The Molecular Imaging division of Siemens Healthineers has an opening for a strong Manufacturing/Industrial engineer to join our team. The ideal candidate should have experience in developing and improving manufacturing processes focusing primarily on product quality and to ensure full compliance to all FDA requirements. This position will work across a cross-functional organization with large and diverse teams, acting in a technical leadership role. A passion for manufacturing that improves quality and reduces cost is essential to be a member on our team.Responsibilities
- Develop, evaluate, improve, and document manufacturing processes to improve quality and reduce cost in compliance with FDA requirements and regulations.
- Improve manufacturing efficiency by analyzing workflow, material flow and space requirement to ensure on-time product shipments.
- Design & implement factory & office layout to ensure efficient flow of people & materials
- Develop & maintain labor standards based on time studies, estimates and historical data.
- Create & maintain accurate product Bills of Materials & Routings.
- Work closely with manufacturing department to develop, coordinate, and provide technical training for employees.
- Provide technical support for manufacturing personnel to trouble shoot and resolve technical problems.
- Design fixtures and tooling to improve manufacturing processes.
- Performs time studies as necessary to ensure accurate production labor hours are reported to track accurate product costs.
- Implement and maintaining lean manufacturing techniques such as Kanban, Kaizen & 5S.
- Review and approve applicable engineering specifications and drawings for manufacturability.
- Supporting company policies and procedures, goals and objectives, FDA regulations and good manufacturing practices.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a related discipline.
- Strong Mechanical or Industrial engineering background in a related medical field.
- Excellent writing, editing and proofing skills.
- CAD proficiency in Siemens NX, Solidworks or equivalent software.
- Knowledge of FDA medical device regulations for devices and process. (i.e. IQ, OQ, PQ).
- Exhibits skills needed to bridge gaps between technical and non-technical stakeholders.
- Demonstrates the ability to manage change in rapidly evolving situations.
- Strong project management skills, including ability to coordinate cross-functional teams.
- Willingness to work as part of an integrated team or independently.
- ERP experience (SAP Preferred).
- 2-5 years of experience in related field and successful demonstration of Key Responsibilities.
- BS or MS in Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Project, Visio.
- Programming experience or advanced Excel skills (VBA, macros, etc).
Organization: Siemens Healthineers
Company: Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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