Terumo BCT Manufacturing Engineer 2 - Autocell in Lakewood, Colorado

Manufacturing Engineer 2 - AutocellDate: Mar 5, 2019Location:Lakewood, CO, US Company: Terumo BCT, Inc.Requisition ID: 21521JOB SUMMARYThis is a sustaining engineering role for automated manufacturing consistingof injection molding and plastics assembly processes. Engages in continuousimprovement projects targeting scrap reduction and compliance. Work requiresoriginality and judgment in the independent evaluation, selection, andsubstantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques,procedures, and criteria. Performs work which requires a broad knowledge ofprecedents in the specialty area and a good knowledge of principles andpractices of related specialties. Duties are assigned to provide experienceand familiarization with engineering methods, independent thinking, andcompany practices and policies.ESSENTIAL DUTIESMust support day-to-day operation of machines in an FDA regulated clean roomenvironment.Working knowledge of OEE metrics and other lean principles.Ability to identify and execute improvement projects on automatedmanufacturing equipment.Provides specification, procurement, installation, start-up, andcommissioning activities for manufacturing equipment, facilities areas,and process utilities systems.Manages projects including development of project scope and estimates,initiation of requests for capital when required, specification of equipmentand installation requirements, management of costs to budget, and supportof IQ/OQ and final documentation in accordance with acceptable engineeringpracConducts studies and makes recommendations for the purchase and implementationof new technologies, practices, tools, and equipment to maximize siteeffectiveness.Prepares and reviews engineering/technical documents such as reports,SOP's, protocols, schedules and budgets, and vendor provided documentsand drawings.Ensures that process and equipment designs are compliant with all Companypolicies and procedures as well as all Local, State, and Federaldirectives, laws and regulations.Provides work direction to engineering support staff.Takes initiative and demonstrates inquisitive approaches to solve moderatelycomplex problems, identifying problems, generating alternatives andrecommending solutions.Follows department processes and regularly makes recommendations on theseprocesses.Follows technical specification requirements, developing reports, chartsand graphs to support project recommendations and responds to questions fromtechnical staff members and management.Works cooperatively and effectively in a team environment or across teams toachieve common goals and results.Analyzes data and presents it in appropriate forums.Actively participates in Quality System and Good Laboratory Practicerequirements, particularly with respect to documentation.OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESWork assignments may require additional development and a maturing orbroadening of in-depth engineering skill(s).May work with manufacturing and other functional groups on manufacturing andregulatory compliance issues.MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTSEducationBachelor's degree or equivalent of education and experience sufficient tosuccessfully perform the essential functions of the job may be considered.Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering, preferred.ExperienceMinimum 2 years' experience.Two years of GMP manufacturing experience required.SkillsExperience in one or more of the following: injection molding,manufacturing automation, vision systems.Requires demonstrated skills in technical innovation, technical leadershipand mechanical/industrial engineeringRequires interactive skills in cross-functional participation and influence,mentoring and acceptance of guidance, technical leadership, projectmanagement, coordination with cross-functional team members, teambehavior, provides support for subordinates, junior engineers,technicians, and management.Mechanical and electronic ability and aptitude to assist