Global Research & Engineering Testing Specialist

Posting Date 3 months ago(2/24/2022 6:53 PM)
Requisition ID
Job Location(s)
West Lafayette IN United States
Position Type
Full Time
Cook Research Inc.


The Global Research & Engineering Testing Specialist at Cook Research Incorporated (CRI) will support a cross-functional team of engineers, scientists, and other professionals on various projects, including support of product submissions, document review, and process improvement activities.  This position helps ensure projects run smoothly and successfully through organized and timely support, effective communication, and problem-solving expertise, this candidate will the team with review, technical writing, and problem solving expertise.


• Interact with and support various groups, locally and globally, across Cook Medical; including Engineering, Regulatory Science, Regulatory Affairs, Biocompatibility, Material Science, and Toxicology

• Provide responsive and proactive organizational and administrative support to team members and collaborator requests

• Provide critical review of technical and scientific documents for clarity, consistency, and flow

• Maintain a working knowledge of relevant QMS processes and procedures, regulations (e.g., EU MDR), and standards (i.e., ISO 10993, ISO 17025, etc.)

• Assist in preparation of resources and documents, including SharePoint

• Apply problem solving expertise to help gain efficiencies in various project tasks

• Assist team members and collaborators in procuring documentation to facilitate project tasks and goals

• Work with the Global Research & Engineering Testing Specialist and other stakeholders/teams being supported to identify, propose, and implement process improvement initiatives

• Use project management skills to help organize work tasks, milestones, and due dates for multiple concurrent projects

• Learn new skills or explore new approaches and apply them to projects


• Bachelor’s degree is required (Health or Life Sciences preferred)
• Willingness and capability to handle projects and responsibilities
• Ability and desire to work in a collegial team atmosphere; including communicating and working constructively with colleagues

• Familiarity with regulations and standards related to medical devices preferred

• Excellent organizational, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills

• Ability to read, write, and compile technical documents

• Effective oral, written, and presentation communication skills

• Familiarity with SharePoint Online, PLM software, Outlook preferred

• Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States. Cook does not intend to provide sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H-1B or TN status) for this employment position.



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