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Senior Manufacturing Engineer

Overview Support all activities relating to ZOLL Medical product production. This includes: daily manufacturing and test support, process and yield improvement, quality and cost improvements, floor layout, New Product Introduction, process definition and documentation. May or may not have direct reports.
Responsibilities
  • 40% Project leadership for process improvements, root cause investigations, implementation of corrective/preventative actions, cost reduction activities, new product releases/enhancements, capital investments, and other long term project activities.
  • 30% Daily production support, tooling and fixture problems, training personnel, providing technical support to purchasing and materials.
  • 15% Development Engineering support, including Manufacturing Requirements, Design for Manufacturability (DFM/DFMA), design reviews, BOM structuring, process development, process validation and documentation review.
  • 10% Manage weekly meeting to review manufacturing and quality data
  • 5% Other duties as required.

Qualifications
  • Should have 5 years of direct floor support experience in an electro-mechanical assembly and functional test environment.
  • Working knowledge of manufacturing processes (PCB fabrication and assembly, Functional Test, HASS, molding, machining, etc.).
  • Project management experience demonstrating the ability to meet schedules and cost targets.
  • Background in product structure, BOMs, and MRP systems.
  • Familiarity with LEAN Manufacturing, and Six Sigma or other structured problem solving process
  • Knowledgeable in the creation of pFMEA, validation and other operations documentation
  • Proficient in the most common PC based applications (Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, etc.).
  • Familiarity with ISO-9000
  • Familiarity with FDA QSR documentation requirements a plus.

Education Requirements:
  • Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in engineering or other technical discipline or equivalent. BSEE preferred.
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