You are responsible for:
As the plastics lead, you will be responsible for the design of various plastic ventilator parts (precision air path, internal structures as well as exterior cosmetic parts). You will use your plastics expertise to provide support to other NPI engineers as well as to the Sustaining engineering team. Other tasks include DfM (design for manufacturing) reviews, developing test plans, identifying and implementing cost reductions, perform make vs. buy analyses, review vendor process validation protocols/reports, review injection mold tool design.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience:
Other desired skills (but not required):
· Degree in material science
· Familiar with DOE’s (design of experiments)
· Experience in an injection molding environment
· Experience designing injection mold tooling
· Familiar with process validation via the IQ/OQ/PQ validation system
· Familiarity with PFMEA, and APQP.
· 3+ years’ experience in a regulated manufacturing industry. Medical device manufacturing experiencepreferred.
· Familiarity with FDA quality systems including ISO13485, 21CFR Part820 (a plus)
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