Engineer in Burlington, MA at Volt

Date Posted: 5/1/2018

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Job Description

MANUFACTURING ENGINEER – 6-MONTH CONTRACT – BURLINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS

Volt Workforce Solutions is seeking a Manufacturing Engineer for a global healthcare and research pharmaceutical company located in Burlington, Massachusetts.

Job Summary:

This position will support manufacturing processes for medical implant and medical external cable assemblies with primary focus on injection molding and soldering of cables to connectors. This position will design and develop manufacturing processes, tooling, and fixtures in order to meet daily production schedules while enhancing productivity and product quality.

Job Duties:

  • List the significant/essential duties, tasks or responsibilities which employees in this position are required to perform.
  • Support Liquid Silicone Rubber (LSR) injection molding processes on a BOY machine and thermoplastic injection molding processes on Illinois Precision Corporation (IPC) machine.
  • Support soldering processes of cables to connectors.
  • Design and develop manufacturing processes, tooling, and fixtures in order to meet daily production schedules while enhancing productivity and product quality.
  • Evaluation of production equipment
  • Production support and process validation Interface with vendors for incoming components.
  • Troubleshoot manufacturing process and equipment Utilize tools like Gage R&R, Cp, Cpk, and SPC to improve processes.
  • Understand manufacturing concepts like Value Stream mapping, 5S and Visual Workplace to improve quality, labor efficiency, and throughput.
  • Protocol and report writing Generate and modify manufacturing process documentation.
  • Work with cross functional teams as required.
  • Develop and implement process improvements.
  • Support all Company initiatives as identified by management and in support of Quality Management Systems (QMS), Environmental Management Systems (EMS), and other regulatory requirements.
  • Complies with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, other regulatory requirements, Company policies, operating procedures, processes, and task assignments.
  • Maintains positive and cooperative communications and collaboration with all levels of employees, customers, contractors, and vendors.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities, on occasion, as assigned.

Equipment:

May, on occasion, work with a variety of production equipment, small hand tools, test equipment, and precision measuring instruments. Also uses standard office equipment such as telephone, fax/copier, and a personal computer with standard office software.

Working Conditions:

Work environment varies from well lit office/cubicle, low to moderate noise level, to a variety of conditions caused by travel requirements such as customer offices, research labs, hospitals, hotels, use of automobiles, commercial travel, weather, etc.

Physical Demands:

Activities require a significant amount of sitting in front of a computer monitor, some standing and walking. Significant use of hands and arms, plus finger dexterity to reach, point, write, type, operate a computer and other office equipment. Performs tasks that regularly require good correctable vision and hand/eye coordination. Activities also require significant use of voice and hearing for discussions with other employees.

Please apply to this position if interested!

Volt has been serving some of the nation's strongest companies for over 60 years. As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with its employees.

Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer.