Research and Development Engineer

Posting Date 4 months ago(6/3/2021 1:55 PM)
Requisition ID
Job Location(s)
Winston-Salem NC United States
Less than 10%
Position Type
Full Time
Cook Winston-Salem


The primary purpose of the Research and Development Engineer at Cook Winston-Salem is to design, test and technically document the feasibility, construction and production process of new and/or changed medical products.


• Design new and/or modified product ideas as assigned by Engineering leadership
• Build and test new product prototypes, including design V&V
• Document the final product design
• Assist in writing design and specification documentation for FDA application
• Initiate and oversee the pre-production run and process validation of new products
• Plan the ongoing production of the product
• Consult with Production personnel for device changes/updates as necessary
• Maintain a design file for each new product and turn that file over at product completion for permanent records
• Call on vendors to assess raw materials
• Call on physicians to discuss product ideas or evaluations
• Attend various trade shows to source raw materials or to attend Company exhibitions


• Minimum 4-year degree in Engineering/Technology is required
• Ability to work independently and remain self-motivated
• Experience and understanding of the validation process


Physical Requirements:

• Ability to travel 25% of the time

• Approximately 75% of the time is spent in a normal office environment requiring sitting and moving around the building, or in a "clean" environment Production setting requiring protective clothing and safety glasses

• Approximately 25% of the time is spent in travel to various hospitals, physicians’ offices and public places


Equal Opportunity Employer


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


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