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Manufacturing/Production Engineer-Iii

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Lancesoft Cincinnati , OH 45201

Posted 3 months ago

This position is in the Product Management department within Life Cycle Engineering which focuses on versions of existing medical devices and the continuity of quality supply to the end customer of those existing devices.

The LCE PM Contract Engineer is responsible for functioning as an integral member of a team that develops, designs, validates, verifies & manages a large project portfolio that ensures product quality, cost & performance objectives are met.

Responsibilities & Key


Support LCE Project activities including:

Process Development/qualification strategy and execution with minimal direction from senior engineering for:

Components and component tooling

Assembly processes and equipment

Tools and gages


Problem solving and troubleshooting. Six Sigma Green Belt or higher preferred.

Basic engineering (eg. statistical techniques, validation protocol, process capability studies, process validation, developing solutions that meet quality, performance, and cost commitments).

Collaboration skills to work with suppliers & design counterparts to finalize product design, select materials and processes. Also will collaborate with quality engineers, regulatory, marketing and other functions to complete projects.

Recommended Skill sets:

Have Technical working knowledge of & apply / use skills with guidance as related to:

Organizational / planning skills

Must have exceptional collaboration skills

Change Management skills are preferred

Plastic & metallic materials & processing technologies

Equipment development /build activities

Six Sigma Green Belt

Project Management & Project Leadership to deliver to commitments

Engineering Drawing interpretation including GD&T fundamentals

Process development & design practices

Process validation practices (GMP)

Statistical process control

Product design & DFMA (Design for Manufacturing & Assembly)

Risk analysis including use of FMEA

Manufacturing experience is required

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