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Manufacturing Process Engineer

Company: Baebies Inc.
Location: Durham
Posted on: June 25, 2022

Job Description:

Baebies is a medical device company that develops and commercializes newborn screening and near-patient testing products for children and adults to enable early disease detection and comprehensive diagnosis. Guided by the vision that everyone deserves a healthy start," their mission is to save lives and make lives better for all by bringing new technologies, new tests, and new hope to children, parents, adult patients, and healthcare professionals worldwide. Baebies is currently recruiting for a Manufacturing Process Engineer. The Manufacturing Process Engineer will be responsible for the manufacturability of all products transferred to operations with a focus on process reliability, process control, and defect reduction. Equipment downtime reduction, process monitoring, engineering technician/manufacturing technician process instructions and electrical/mechanical documentation will be assigned according to expertise and experience.Process Stability and monitoringNew Process and Metrology DevelopmentProcess improvements & Engineering Change ControlAll documentation and specificationsDefinition and implementation of statistical process controlsAll equipment process recipes and traveler stepsMetrology Calibration, Gage R&RTraining for Operators or Technicians in the assigned areaDirect inspection, measurement & testing of product as requiredRaw material qualification and verificationCorrective actions assigned to the engineering group.Equipment Maintenance (Preventive, Routine, Corrective)Direct interface to equipment and material suppliers.Duties and responsibilitiesDevelop and characterize processes to support new product introductions to manufacturing Define and implement process controls and defect reduction plansDefine and execute tool start-up and qualification plansProvide sustaining support for each process and disposition all non-conforming productDesign and execute experiments to improve yield, reduce cycle time and reduce costs.Drive investigation into tool or process related issues that impact defect control plans.Training of Process technicians in proper tool checks, operation, data collection, process inspections / measurements, and abnormality recognition and safetyDirect inspection, disposition of product and operation of process equipmentRelated projects and tasks as assigned

QualificationsAbility to conduct technical investigation of complex process and equipment issues, generate creative solutions, and implement improvements with an understanding of process impactsExperience with process yield improvement, cost reduction activities, designing defect reduction plans, and equipment cost of ownershipExperience with equipment start-ups and process development in a high-volume, low-cost manufacturing environmentAbility to write clear, concise specifications and work closely with manufacturing personnel to ensure complianceGood Interpersonal and communication skills and ability to interact directly with the customer in a technical capacity if required.Provide technical leadership to equipment and process technicians to determine root cause and corrective actions for hardware, process and product abnormalities.Ability to methodically manage and control changes to the product or process and document / track the resultsSpecific Skills RequiredMust have previous process engineering experience in a high volume, automated manufacturing environment. Biotech, Microelectronics, or Packaging experience required.Direct experience with set-up, operation and maintenance of high-volume, automated assembly equipment.Must have strong background in process control and be able to work closely with the product integration engineers to meet customer expectations.Strong electrical design skills preferred including design of new equipment, drafting of wire-lists, schematics, and rewiring/redesign of existing productsEducation / Experience LevelMinimum: Bachelor's Degree in Electrical, Mechanical, or Robotics engineering or related fieldMinimum 1 year of Manufacturing ExperienceWorking conditionsWork will require part-time exposure to cartridge manufacturing spaces which require proper PPE such as gowning, shoe covers, hoods, masks, gloves, etc. Peak work-loads occasionally require greater than 40 hour work weeks.Physical requirementsMust be able to lift up to 50 pounds.Compensation & BenefitsBaebies offers a dynamic and welcoming work environment surrounded by intelligent, driven, and creative people. Guided by the vision that everyone deserves a healthy start, our team is devoted to our customers and to advancing technology in early disease detection and comprehensive diagnosis. At Baebies, we look for people who are innovative, dedicated to our mission, and constantly striving to improve the status quo. In addition to competitive, market-driven compensation, Baebies provides a comprehensive employee benefits package including:-- 100% employee premiums for Medical & Vision coverage-- 100% employee and family premiums for Dental coverage-- 401K Matching-- Stock Options-- 4 Weeks PTO-- 14 Paid Holidays per year-- Paid Employee Life Insurance-- Onsite free gym membership & classesDiscount Pet & Legal InsuranceFertility & Family Support -- . . . Much more! Baebies, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. NO RECRUITERS OR AGENCIES, PLEASE.PI179770614

Keywords: Baebies Inc., Durham , Manufacturing Process Engineer, Engineering , Durham, North Carolina

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