Siemens Engineer, Staff in Flanders, New Jersey
Locations:Flanders, New Jersey
Job Family: Engineering
Division: Siemens Healthineers
Business Unit: Laboratory Diagnostics
Requisition Number: 212643
Primary Location: United States-New Jersey-Flanders
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Senior level
Education Required Level: Master's Degree
Travel Required: 5%
The focus of this position is on Supply Chain Management. In this position, the individual will work closely with R&D, Manufacturing, and Suppliers in developing manufacturing processes and equipment for diagnostic products. The individual will work with the R&D team offsite and onsite manufacturing team to provide concurrent engineering feedback and input to facilitate process development for a smooth transfer of new products/processes into manufacturing.
Specific duties include:
Support process development actives in a Manufacturing environment with transition into commercially viable large-scale operations
Work with tooling and automation engineers to help define new tooling/fixturing required for manufacturing needs with a focus towards large-scale
Collaboration with R&D, Manufacturing, and sourcing teams to create specifications, acceptance standards, enhance manufacturability, and qualify vendors
Perform detailed analysis and troubleshooting activities by gathering data related to proper utilization of company labor, equipment, materials and facilities
Participating in identifying and selecting external supply partners/equipment to establish unit operations and where applicable help establish and manage relationships with external partners.
Optimize processes using Lean Manufacturing tools
Facilitating feasibility, pilot and production builds
BS/MS in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or equivalent
Applied knowledge and at least 8 years of direct experience preferred in the development of high volume manufacturing processes of diagnostic equipment.
Candidate must have significant demonstrated experience on complex, high volume, automated machine design and have enough breadth of experience to facilitate the unit and investment cost-based analyses of multiple design options
Proficiency with MS Office, LabView, MiniTab, Solidworks or AutoCAD program;
Strong written and oral communication skills;
Knowledge of ISO (International Organization for Standardization) regulations is preferred.
Demonstrated ability to apply statistical analysis tools such as T-tests, ANOVA and DOE to analyze variance and optimize processes, when appropriate, is desirable.
Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities and Experience:
Specific experiences are desired in the design of diagnostic equipment, process development, supply chain management, in-process inspection, testing and quality control system development.
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