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Position Details: Technical Lead (Electro-Mechanical Components)-Life Sciences Dom

Location: Cincinnati, OH
Openings: 2


Senior Technical Lead Engineer (Electro-Mechanical Components)

Own up Projects to take it through the Component Development cycle (initiation to product launch)
Fast learner to grasp the development process at customer location
Coordinate with diverse teams to ensure project execution
Work with suppliers towards solving any production issues of assigned projects
Create, modify, review related Quality system documentation for the project and coordinate for necessary approvals
Analyze data received from suppliers and make recommendations, create reports and present it to Project team / customer stakeholders

Team player who can function in a diverse demanding environment
Proactive self-directed technical leader
Expert to articulate ideas and Organized
Excellent communication skills

Medical device industry in Manufacturing (Process & Product) development roles
Deep understanding of manufacturing process such as PCB fabrication and assembly - SMT reflow, AOI, X-Ray, Encapsulation, Laser etching and electrical testing.
Experience in Cost Reduction implementation activities (Direct Material Costs) by process changes (not by only supplier change / alternate country for manufacture)
Statistics – Data analysis, Measurement System Analysis (MSA), Gage R&R, Component Qualification along the lines of PPAP, Statistical process control, Lead and execute Design of Experiments
Execution of process or product change management of multiple projects (planning and execution)
Cost analysis and driving the primary necessity of cost reduction
GDT fundamentals-design discussions
Process validation practices (GMP), Risk analysis including use of FMEA
Product design & DFMA (Design for Manufacturing & Assembly)

Qualifications: BS Degree – Engineering;  6 Sigma Green Belt

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