Mechanical Engineer II
The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for mechanical design, testing, and documentation responsibilities in the development of new instrumentation and support of existing instrumentation for the biodefense, clinical and life-science markets. Design work will include the design of precision mechanisms and complex assemblies that include machined, molded and sheet-metal components.
Mechanical Engineer II Responsibilities
Work within cross-functional teams to support the design and development of company instrumentation.
Design, prototype, test, and troubleshoot new and existing instrumentation designs.
Contribute to the development of specifications for new instrumentation.
Develop and execute test protocols for both informal and formal design testing.
Design, build, and test manufacturing test fixtures to support production of new instrumentation.
Prepare assembly and test procedures for new instrumentation designs.
Interact with outside vendors to source parts.
Perform design and development work in conformance with ISO and FDA cGMP processes.
Specific duties may vary depending upon department requirements.
Mechanical Engineer II Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Master’s degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering, preferred
Minimum 5 years of relevant experience preferred
Medical or scientific instrument design experience preferred
Experience in an ISO cGMP environment preferred
Demonstrated CAD experience is required
Motion Control experience: motors, Sensors, Gear belts, lead screws, robotics, etc.
Complex System Design experience: Electronics packaging, imaging system and optics, etc
Manufacturing processes experience: Machining, sheet metal, castings, injection molding, 3D printing
New Product Development life cycle experience: Design, build and test from concept to completion
Mechanical Engineer II Preferred
Knowledge of the design of injection molded components desired
Knowledge ofthe design of electromechanical systems desired
Demonstrated understanding of GD&T tolerancing practices preferred
Solid understanding of manufacturing technologies including machining, molding and sheet metal processes
Strong engineering fundamentals and analytical background
Logical problem solving and demonstrated ability to organize and move project tasks forward in an orderly and structured fashion
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
Effectively communicate issues/problems and results that impact timelines, accuracy and reliability of project data
Solid knowledge of Solidworks, I-DEAS, Pro/Engineer, or AutoCad is preferred
Proficiency in MS Office suite
A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected including the ability to multi-task in an environment with changing priorities.
Demonstrated ability to develop, integrate and validate systems, in a GMP, ISO or other regulated production environment is preferred
Working knowledge of the manufacture of FDA regulated devises is a plus
TriMech Services is an engineering resource provider specializing in the placement of qualified technical candidates for both temporary and direct hire opportunities. TriMech Services offers a unique approach to matching the specialized skill sets of our candidates to our clients engineering specific requirements.
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