Stryker Senior Manufacturing Engineer in Portage, Michigan
Stryker’s Medical manufacturing facility is seeking to hire a Senior Manufacturing Engineer to support sustaining engineering efforts in Portage, Michigan.
WHO WE WANT:
Collaborative partners. People who build and leverage cross-functional relationships to bring together ideas, information, use cases, and industry analyses to develop best practices.
Detail-oriented process improvers. Critical thinkers who naturally see opportunities to develop and optimize work processes – finding ways to simplify, standardize and automate.
WHAT YOU WILL DO:
As the Senior Manufacturing Engineer, you will collaborate with Quality Engineering to provide manufacturing support.
In this role you will focus on creating a strategy for our service parts division and executing that strategy.
You will be responsible for providing manufacturing engineering support to specific projects including change analysis, risk analysis, and manufacturing readiness.
As the Senior Manufacturing Engineer, you will troubleshoot and resolve issues relating to the safety, efficacy, quality, cost, or delivery of components and finished devices.
You will conduct qualification, verification, and validation activities to produce medical devices.
You will be responsible for completing engineering work and contribute to new product development teams and product support, typically including the following activities: technology development, test of materials or products, preparation of specifications, six sigma, process studies, process improvements, and report preparation.
You will design, procure, and fabricate tooling and fixtures.
As the Senior Manufacturing Engineer, you will design, document, and improve manufacturing processes and operations that control the safety and efficacy of finished devices.
Train, develop, and/or provide work direction to operators and technicians.
Participate on cross-functional project teams. Coordinate, manage, and document project work and progress, and recommend appropriate revisions.
Participate in design control efforts related to risk analysis (failure mode and effect analysis) & design reviews.
You will interface with product builders or extrusion technicians, production supervisors, and engineers in troubleshooting problems on the production floor.
Your goal will be to identify and implement process/product improvement alternatives to increase/optimize yield, efficiency, throughput, and/or performance.
In this role you will design, develop, testing, and validate equipment and processes; analyze and interpret process models and recommend process improvements.
WHAT YOU NEED:
Bachelor’s degree in engineering - required
Bachelor’s degree in mechanical, industrial or manufacturing engineering - preferred
2+ years related work experience - required
Manufacturing engineering in a FDA regulated environment - preferred
Previous manufacturing experience including validations, process efficiencies, lean manufacturing and manufacturing services experience - preferred
Ability to read, understand, engineering drawings on common engineering software - preferred
Minitab, or similar, statistical software - preferred
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