In this role, you have the opportunity to: This position works in Philips Healthcare, IGTD Division as a part of the Product Industrialization department in the Colorado Springs, Colorado location.
The PI TPL manages a PI Engineering Team through the delivery of new or existing projects, and works cross functionally with R&D, Service, and other business groups ensuring completion of the project on schedule and within project constraints.
This person will drive process development of new products, ensuring that manufacturing processes meet requirements, and identifying and recommending solutions for complex technical issues. Activities include process technology development, pilot line development, prototyping, knowledge transfer from other sites and contributing to technical team meetings regarding these topics.
You are responsible for
Leading the PI Engineering Team through all phases of a PDLM (Product Design & Lifecyle Management) project.
Initiating and executing on product industrialization activities including equipment selection, process development, process characterization and process validation, in support of new product development as well as design changes.
Design for lean manufacturing – applying tools such as value stream mapping, standard work and design for flow
Manufacturing input focusing on Design for Manufacturability, Reliability, Serviceability
Driving key performance indicators such as Cost of Goods, Yield, Output, Quality throughout projects and into commercialization
Providing in-depth knowledge for problem solving linked to Manufacturing processes and equipment
Collaborating with cross-functional team members throughout product development phases to ensure program success
Supporting internal manufacturing, external manufacturing, and manufacturing transfer projects.
Coaching and mentorship to other engineers
Making data driven decisions using appropriate analytical methodologies
Employing equipment, processes and procedures which promote a healthy, safe, and secure work environment
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
BS in Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial, Manufacturing, Computer Engineering, or closely related field and PMP preferred.
5 plus years’ experience in product development in the medical device industry
Successful record of accomplishment executing complex manufacturing or new product development projects / programs / improvement opportunities (timelines, quality, capacity, capability, cost, productivity some key metrics).
Demonstrated ability in Lean and Six Sigma methodologies within FDA-regulated medical device manufacturing (certification(s) preferred)
Strong understanding of NPI project, design transfer processes, and global Supply Chain operations processes
Competent in the creation, execution, and delivery in areas of process characterization, ATMV’s, VTMV’s, OQ, PQ, and PPQ
Thorough knowledge of manufacturing production processes. Understanding of how new products and changes to existing products impact the product in the areas of cost, performance, quality, and throughput.
Passionate about driving innovative technical solutions in the manufacturing operation. Eager to partner with Philips Global Manufacturing Engineering teams.
Demonstrated leadership skills in areas of coaching, communication, facilitation, team leadership and business management.
Demonstrated success in working complex issues with cross-function team members to effective resolution.
Effectively communicates to numerous stakeholders including senior management, other Business Groups, internal and/or external customers and staff.
Experience working with suppliers to resolve technical issues preferred
Self-motivated and able to learn quickly from others, recognize problems and take corrective action when appropriate
A team player who proactively seeks out expertise and advice from others
The salary range for this position is ____________. The bonus target is 10%. Our benefits can be found here: https://www.careers.philips.com/na/en/total-rewards-at-philips.
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