SUMMARY OF POSITION
Provide advanced engineering expertise in support of a broad scope of activities in a medical device manufacturing environment.
Function as technical lead and adviser for developing, implementing, and improving production systems related to different type of materials processing and assembly.
Interface with R&D on product introductions and improvements, from concept to launch. Recommend, plan, and execute projects requiring extensive manufacturing or specific technical expertise.
Lead cross-functional teams on key plant initiatives.
Communicate and coordinate project activities with multiple functional groups.
Specify, procure, install, and debug production machinery or processes. Assure compliance to safety, ergonomic, and validation requirements.
Serve as team lead for the plant on product launch and improvement initiatives.
Create, modify and approve production procedures and other documentation within the appropriate change control system.
Formulate and execute experiments, test plans, and validation activities. Collect and analyze data. Generate protocols and reports.
Assist with selection and qualification of new materials and suppliers.
Provide technical advice, leadership, and expertise on advanced projects related to process development and improvement.
Supervise engineers or technicians as assigned.
Provide insightful technical advice, leadership, and expertise on advanced quality improvement and cost reduction projects.
Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Industrial Eng. Materials Eng, Manufacturing Engineering or related field, or equivalent certifications and experience. Master’s desirable.
More than 3 years, preferably in medical device manufacturing and applicable engineering experience, preferably in a highly regulated industry.
Advanced English language technical writing and verbal communication. Demonstrated application of sound problem-solving and logic to complex process issues.
Record of project leadership, cost reduction, and quality improvement in production processes.
Strong competence with personal computer software for data analysis and project management.
Six Sigma Tools, Microsoft Office Suite, Minitab, Project Management, Presentations, and demonstrated leadership on projects of broad scope.
Ability to manage multiple initiatives simultaneously, candidate must have the ability to work independently and be able to communicate effectively with team members.
Broad knowledge of manufacturing processes and technologies.
GMPS and process validation experience.
Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.