ICU MEDICAL INC Engineer I, Molding Process in TAYLORSVILLE, Utah

Job Description Engineer I, Molding Process - (18300182) Description Job Title Molding Engineer FLSA Status Exempt Position Summary The Molding Engineer will support the ICU Molding Engineering Department and report to the Molding Engineering Manager. The Molding Engineer is responsible for supporting injection molding improvements through adherence to established product design, scientific injection molding process, tooling, resin, and equipment. The key responsibility of this position is to exercise judgement with injection molding resources, support projects within a product family and take action while adhering to defined procedures. The incumbent will also liaise with the Tooling, Molding, Engineering, Production, Quality, and Maintenance departments. Essential Duties & Responsibilities · Functional area tasks and responsibilities o Day to day § Support Molding Engineering for continuous process and product improvements § Implement Molding Engineering activities such as scientific injection molding process development, process monitoring, and tool qualifications § Lead project timelines for Validation (IQ-OQ-PQ) activities § Analyze and spec equipment performance and identify system improvements like vision systems, temperature controllers, robots, and resin analysis § Implement Cost Savings - Scrap, De-Cavitation, MUV, DPM, OEE § Close coordination with the resources assigned to the product family (tool room, Process Engr, Quality Engr) § Assist in completion of CAPA tasks and deliverables (Corrective and Preventive) o Long term expectations § Initiate and manage projects with adherence to program management guidelines as they relate to new-existing molding equipment, tooling, and materials § Coordinate efforts with the Materials Group to assess vendors and provide materials technical information § Build productive relationships internally and externally Knowledge, Skills & Qualifications · Scientific Injection Molding training-certification or proof of understanding of the model; process, tooling, part design, materials, and equipment · Understanding of strength of materials, automation, thermoplastic and LSR injection molding, part assembly, fixturing, testing, and process control techniques · Risk Management-> FMEA generation · Six-Sigma Methodology (DOE, Process Capability, Gage R&R, etc.) - use of Minitab Software for analysis Knowledge of the Medical Device Industry and familiarity with FDA QSR regulations Education and Experience · Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Technology · 5 years' experience in the Medical Device or Engineering Industry · Advanced Degree may substitute for experience Minimum Qualifications · Must be 18 years of age · Must pass pre-employment drug screen and background check Travel Requirements · Typically requires travel less than 5% of the time Physical Requirements and Work Environment · While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. ·