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We are seeking a skilled and innovative Plastics Process Development Engineer to join our dynamic team. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing, optimizing, and troubleshooting plastic manufacturing processes. This role involves working closely with cross-functional teams to ensure the successful implementation of new products and improvements to existing processes. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in plastics engineering, a keen eye for detail, and a passion for driving continuous improvement and highly capable processes.
The Senior Engineer on the Advance Manufacturing Engineering(AME) team is responsible for development of automation, understanding future manufacturing needs, and evaluating and identifying innovative technology to improve manufacturing capabilities and future growth for Cook Medical. The successful candidate will be well versed in manufacturing technology with prior experience in the medical device industry demonstrating leadership and project management skills.
The Lead Manufacturing Engineer on the Advance Manufacturing Engineering(AME) team is responsible for leading the research and development of automation, understanding future manufacturing needs, and evaluating and identifying innovative technology to improve manufacturing capabilities and future growth for Cook Medical. They will manage day to day activities, provide leadership and direction, and prioritize team efforts in support of the AME goals and objectives. The successful candidate will be well versed in manufacturing technology with prior experience in the medical device industry demonstrating leadership and project management skills.
The Integration Management Finance Business Partner is responsible for acquisition and divestiture post-transaction finance activities including preparing and gathering financial information, project managing finance portion of multiple transactions, and achieving transaction timelines and milestones. The role's primary responsibility is post-transaction finance activities, but will also work with due diligence to ensure alignment for efficient and effective post-transaction activities.
Performs start up, shutdown, and set-up tasks on machinery as needed for the production of finished component. Responsible for manufacturing product under our quality management system. Responsible to ensure products are being manufactured under CPT business practices while adhering to our quality policy statement. Inspection of manufactured product using metrology, prints, and work instructions in accordance with our quality management system. Ensures all product met quality standards prior to shipment internally and externally.
The Assembler position at Cook Inc. assembles medical devices according to written specifications and manufacturing instructions.
As a manufacturing assembler, you will play an integral role in helping patients around the world get the medical devices they require! Your work will have a meaningful impact and allow you to help others in need.
• No experience necessary
• On the job training is provided
• All-inclusive benefits
• Medical, dental, vision, and prescription options
• Paid maternity and parental leave
• Local walk-in clinic with pharmacy and healthcare
• Company paid life insurance
• Employee Assistance Program
• Annual raises and quarterly bonuses
• Paid holidays and time off
• Multiple shifts and overtime options available
• $18.40/hour ($16.00 base pay plus 15% shift differential)
• Tuition assistance up to $5250 per year
• Onsite cafeteria
• Free onsite fitness center
• 401k options with a company match up to 4%
Bloomington, IN: 3/12hr shifts - Friday-Sunday 9:00am-9:30pm
The Senior Solution Architect is responsible for leading the overall technical design of solutions and for oversight of technical decisions within the Product Innovation IT workstream. In alignment with enterprise architectural practices, the solution architect works closely with a team of Product Managers, Business Systems Analysts, Functional Leads, Software Engineers, and others to ensure a high quality, well-designed solutions are delivered to the client. This role has responsibilities for solutions deployed both domestically as well as across the globe.
Someone who would be successful in this role has experience driving the success of complex technical projects that align with the goals and requirements of their clients and the organization. This involves analyzing the current state, defining the future state, and creating a roadmap for the transition. This role requires that you understand a wide range of technical concepts including server management, relational databases, data structures (e.g., JSON, XML), APIs, programming/scripting, and system integrations. You should have demonstrated experience effectively collaborating with stakeholders including the ability to communicate and document architecture and direction to both business and technical partners. You must be an excellent problem solver and leader who can identify technical problems and develop creative solutions for numerous applications and platforms. Experience involving migrations and integrations between existing and newly implemented applications is necessary to fully deliver client value in our connected environment.
About Cook Product Innovation IT Workstream
The focus of the Product Innovation IT workstream is to enable solutions and business capabilities that increase the drive and efficiency of product design, development, and market registration processes to better serve our Cook Business Partners. The Product Innovation IT team collaborates and supports our Cook Business Partners by leveraging industry standard strategies, implementing state of the art, purpose-built, integrated platform technology, while appropriately supporting legacy solutions.
** This role is a hybrid position. Candidate must reside within 2 hours via car of the Cook Medical location and is required to work onsite as needed per Manager expectations.
**For this position, 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.
The Business System Engineer is responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining business systems that support the organizations operations. This role requires a strong understanding of both business processes and technical systems, with the ability to bridge the gap between business needs and technical solutions. The Business System Engineer collaborates with stakeholders and process owners to gather requirements, collaborates with other technical resources (IT, Data) to translate them into technical specifications, to ensure a robust and scalable system is implemented that meets the organizations goals.
The position will primarily work with the software tool Oracle Product Data Hub (PDH). In this role, you will be the Business PDH application SME to support Product Master Data Management (MDM) and enable operational data for ERP. You will be working closely with the Enterprise Data team to ensure PDH is designed and configured to ensure Cook always will be at the industry standard or beyond. As Cook will start design of our enterprise ERP solution, Oracle Cloud ERP, you will play a critical role to ensure operation data meets the needs of the organization, by working closely with the program manager and the business leads for ERP.
Our team works closely with process owners, stakeholders, and IT. Our partners are located around the world and will require flexibility to work outside of normal business hours when needed.
We are looking for someone that has experience in the following:
- Knowledge with Product Data Hub (PDH)
- Experience with Master Data Management
- Knowledge in ERP, preferrable Oracle Fusion ERP
Your primary focus will be:
- Support Enterprise Data Team as PDH SME, enable PDH as MDM tool
- PDH SME for ERP global design
- Working with stakeholders to enhance/develop PDH
- Development of procedures and instructions
- Development training material
- Support users/super users
- Business system admin activites such as user management, usage report
Environmental Health & Safety Intern - 10-12 week (May - mid-August depending on school schedule) paid internship as part of our Environmental Health & Safety team. This paid internship will be onsite at K-Tube Technologies, located in Poway, CA.
Pay rate: $23.00/hour
The Nonclinical Testing Laboratory Technician is responsible for conducting laboratory procedures for nonclinical testing with biological models in compliance with Good Laboratory Practice and other applicable regulations, including surgical and interventional procedures.
The Inspector at Cook Winston-Salem is responsible to inspect products according to regulated procedures.
The primary purpose of the Manufacturing Engineer 1, Industrial Automation is to provide technical support to Production, Manufacturing Engineering and Research & Development. In addition, drive process improvements to increase Manufacturing efficiency plus further develop manufacturing activities within the plant.
The Yoho General Store Clerk at CFC Properties will perform general store duties. This position is part-time, located in SOLSBERRY, IN.
Responsible for aiding and assisting in warehouse. Will perform various tasks to ensure efficiency in workflow. Moves, stores and pulls materials and products from shelves. Operates forklifts.
The Research and Development Engineer 2, Bench Testing position requires a technically sound engineer capable of challenging medical devices through accelerated fatigue, corrosion, and simulative use, as well as evaluating the performance of devices through electrosurgical, imaging, and other basic mechanical environments.
The Metallurgist/Material Scientist uses engineering and materials science principles, helps design, develop, and execute metallurgical testing and consultation with primary focus on device safety, performance, and compliance to regulatory requirements.
Cook MyoSite, Inc. is on a mission to make regenerative medicine a part of everyday medicine. We’re investigating our core technology, autologous muscle-derived cells, for the potential treatment of several muscle-related disorders. We at Cook MyoSite have the potential to make a difference in the lives of countless people around the world, and we also have the potential to make a difference in yours. Joining our team is an opportunity to ignite your passion, grow your potential, and define your purpose. If you’re curious, motivated by helping others, and driven by integrity, we invite you to apply.
The Quality Control Associate I - Analytical at Cook MyoSite will aid in the development and maintenance of methods for sampling, testing, evaluating, and approving testing results for products and materials.
Operates needles machinery and performs manufacturing tasks required for the production of finished components. Responsible for manufacturing product under our quality management system. Responsible to ensure products are being manufactured under CPT business practices while adhering to our quality policy statement.
Responsible for aiding and assisting in designated production area. Will perform various tasks to ensure efficiency in work flow.
The QAC Laboratory Microbiologist I at Cook Incorporated is responsible for monitoring environmental systems and products to provide support for production, facility, engineering, and quality departments.