• Production Engineer

    Posting Date 4 months ago(7/26/2018 10:40 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-4955
    Job Location(s)
    Bloomington IN United States
    Shift Type
    First
    Position Type
    Full Time
    Company
    Cook Inc.
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    The Production Engineer at Cook Inc. plans, directs, and coordinates manufacturing processes for medical device products, and supports Operations in a way to assure a quality product is produced in a timely manner.  The Production Engineer works with Operations, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs to improve existing product designs and processes to increase throughput, decrease operational costs, or improve quality.

    Responsibilities

    • Work with Operations Managers and outside Vendors to create methods/machines to help with capacity of products
    • Work with Product Development Engineers to develop processes for new products
    • Work with Operations, Accounting, and Global Product Managers to increase profit margins of current products which do not meet company 
    requirements
    • Train all relevant personnel on new processes
    • Document cost savings
    • Write and execute validation protocols
    • Assure projects follow design controls established by QSPs
    • Provide support to the calibration department in writing/performing calibration procedures
    • Work with Quality Assurance and Product Development to verify/validate critical processes or products

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Production, or Manufacturing Engineering, or related field; or experience of such kind and amount as to provide a comparable background

     

    Physical Demands:

    • Works under general office environmental conditions.
    • Sitting for extended periods, utilizes close visual acuity for working with
    computers, equipment, etc.

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