$100K — $150K *
Abiomed, an innovative medical device company, is focused on recovering hearts and saving lives. We have a single guiding mission: “Patients First.” With corporate headquarters in Danvers, Massachusetts, offices in Aachen & Berlin, Germany and Tokyo, Japan, Abiomed’s 1,500 employees form one of the fastest growing medical technology companies in the world. Abiomed attracts and retains exceptional talent with our collaborative culture, passion for our work, and a strong commitment to employee professional development.
The Sr. New Product Introduction (NPI) Engineer II will oversee the design, development, improvement and validation of manufacturing processes, tooling, and fixtures in order to meet manufacturability requirements for new and existing products. They will Lead the transition of new products and approaches into production by pushing design for manufacturability early in the design phase, and pulling product into production when the design is complete.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Lead global product development production transfer efforts through recurring meeting coordination and travel between facilities.
Lead prototype, V+V, pilot and commercial production of new products, product changes, and enhancements in coordination with the Product Development, Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Quality Assurance organizations.
Influence the product specification to achieve the best quality, cost, yield and cycle time such that corporate objectives are met in a timely manner.
Partner with product development staff to ensure that products under development are designed for assembly, test, and inspection by application of best practices with NPI and DFM checklists.
Communicate project status, schedule progress and key project metrics through scorecard presentations, action items and meeting minutes, and manufacturing readiness reviews with core team and senior management.
Develop process documentation (assembly procedures, test procedures, routers, travelers, BOMs, process flows, and process FMEAs) in conjunction with production engineering, while researching, defining and implementing new manufacturing technologies.
Assure the stable manufacturability of new products by driving the design, qualification, optimization, and validation of processes and tooling via IQ/OQ/PQ, gauge R&R studies, process capability studies and designs of experiments.
Perform evaluations, design and prototyping using CAD (Solidworks), FEA, 3-D printing to accelerate development and engineering of plastics, ceramic, composite and metallic parts, electromechanical systems, etc.
Define and Establish Lean manufacturing methods, processes, and tools for new products. Establish process controls and opportunities for mistake-proofing.
This position will require up to 25% travel – US & Europe
Required Experience & Education:
Bachelors or Masters Degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering, or applicable scientific field (Advanced degree preferred)
8+ years of relevant experience in Manufacturing Engineering, medical device experience strongly preferred
Intimate knowledge of ISO regulations
Hands-on capabilities, with good knowledge of manual & automated miniature component assembly techniques
Must be skilled in analysis, with experience using statistical tools and techniques
Ability to work well in team environment with excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to travel internationally (Europe) up to 25% of the time in support of the position’s responsibilities
Preferred Skills & Qualifications:
LEAN Manufacturing certification and proven track record of implementation
Six Sigma Green Belt (Black Belt preferred) certification
Experience developing products under FDA control
Valid through: 3/18/2021
$80K — $100K
17 days ago