ICU MEDICAL INC Sr. Engineer- Tooling in TAYLORSVILLE, Utah
The Sr. Tooling Engineer will support the ICU Engineering Department and report to the Tooling Engineering Manager. The Sr. Tooling Engineer is responsible for new tooling for new products and supporting product improvements through adherence to good engineering and documentation practices. The key responsibility of this position is to lead, support and manage tooling & molding projects and be action-oriented while adhering to defined procedures. The incumbent will also liaise with the Molding Engineer, Production, Quality, and Maintenance Responsibilities Day to day Support initiatives for new product tools and tool changes. Work closely with product development teams and manufacturing in designing & sourcing molds, working with external vendors, and investigating and improving existing molds with an emphasis on product manufacturing and cost reduction Under the guidance of the Tooling Engineering leadership, work to deliver tooling solutions that meet expectations , e.g. yield, cycle-time, quality requirements, maintenance's needs Lead Tooling Design reviews and generate tooling FMEAs as well as recommend risk mitigations Support Project timelines and milestones and bring them to completion on time and within budget Own and complete CAPA tasks and deliverables (Corrective and Preventive) Initiate and manage projects with adherence to program management guidelines Proficiency with the use of SPC, DOE and Six Sigma techniques. Procedure development for tooling areas. Be able to independently lead a team navigating through hurdles, achieve performance, consider input from multiple functional areas & address the problem through a holistic method Longer term expectations Use broad understanding from start to end of the product manufacturing process in the company to help drive win-win solutions for both product quality and manufacturing Develop and maintain tooling scorecard for internal and external tools Mentor lower level tooling engineers Skills Strong knowledge of plastic part design for manufacturability, and plastic processing. Knowledge and experience with cold and hot runner high cavitation tools. Knowledge of mold manufacturing processes and their capabilities. Proficient in Solid works or similar. Strong skills in project scheduling. Demonstrate problem analysis skills and provide solutions. Review and understand tool & product drawings, tolerance stack up, understanding molding processing documents, data collection and analysis and development of standard work instructions. Performance Competencies Ownership – Owns the solutions, consistently delivers results that meet or exceed expectations, makes the customer (Molding Engineering & Production) central to all thinking, keeps focus on driving customer value Competency - Apply logical approach in day to day activities, ask questions and able to communicate clearly. Maintains sense of urgency Collaboration and Communication - Works well across functions and groups, and supports best practices, Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Education & Experience BS in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent. 6-8 years experience in the Medical Device or Engineering Industry Scientific molding-RJG molding knowledge-training. Mold Simulation experience is a must. Experience with Silicone Molding is a must. Advanced Degree may substitute for experience We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, Female-Minority-Veterans-Disabled-Sexual Orientation-Gender Identity.