IGT-D Minneapolis Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technician
In this role, you have the opportunity to
Execute in the startup of a new manufacturing center of excellence in Minnesota. You will be in on the ground floor building a strong manufacturing engineering team and initially driving the validation of a world-class production facility, beginning with a Class III combination device. Longer-term focus will be on driving process innovation and product industrialization for new product development, and executing product transfers across sites.
You are responsible for:
Preparing necessary protocols, performing necessary experimentation and completing reports to support engineers in various activities such as process development, characterization and qualification for new products.
Generating engineering documentation and drawings for processes, tools and equipment
Assisting in obtaining and installing equipment to support pilot and production lines
Support pilot production prototype builds for new product development
Providing in-depth knowledge for problem solving and productivity improvement activities for Manufacturing processes and equipment
Helping create Work Instructions/Manufacturing Process Instructions
Supporting and helping train maintenance on preventive and corrective solutions for equipment and processes
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Associates degree in technical field or 5+ years equivalent experience
3+ total years’ experience in a technician role in a highly regulated industry (medical devices or pharmaceutical strongly preferred)
Experience with hand tools, power tools (drill, drill press, mill, lathe, etc), multimeters, 3D prototyping, automated assembly equipment
Experience creating prototype fixtures
Proficiency with computers, including Microsoft Office, MRP, Doc Control Software
Experience with cleanroom or controlled environment room
Ability to detect potential problems and recommend corrective actions
Working knowledge of Good Documentation Practices (GDP)
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Experience with Lean, Six Sigma preferred
Proficiency in CAD is expected (SolidWorks preferred). Knowledge and understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and inspection techniques.
Intermediate proficiency using a statistics software (Minitab, MATLAB, etc) preferred
Why should you join Philips?
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