Danaher Corporation Manufacturing Engineer I in Chaska, Minnesota
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The Manufacturing Engineer 1 for Beckman Coulter Diagnostics is responsible for supporting Instrument Manufacturing supporting and driving continuous improvement for quality, cost, and delivery for our customers in the Immunoassay and Urinalysis diagnostic markets.
This position is located in Chaska, MN.
You will be an integral part of the Central Manufacturing Engineering Team and report to the Manufacturing Engineering Manager responsible for supporting Instrument Manufacturing production. If you thrive in a fast-paced, hands-on role and want to work to build a world-class supply chain organization—read on!
In this role, you will have the opportunity to:
Develop manufacturing process solutions that improve delivery and cost to customers by minimizing downtime and rework due to quality and/or obsolescence issues.
Solving technical issues by identifying root cause(s) and identifying both short-term and long-term countermeasures. Designs and develops poka-yoke methods/fixtures within manufacturing process to improve quality and delivery.
Creates action plans that are used to ensure on-time completion of projects.
Creates and updates manufacturing work instructions and validating manufacturing processes and equipment.
Initiates engineering change orders and documentation changes while meeting corporate quality systems standards.
Coordinate changes multi-functionally with planning, purchasing, supplier quality, regulatory, and manufacturing.
Ensures company, industry, and regulatory standards are met.
The essential requirements of the job include:
Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.
0-2 years of related experience, preferable in a GMP-regulated environment.
Experience with design change processes (ECOs/DCOs).
Strong technical communication skills to lead technical projects. Ability to communicate design and process intent, risks, risk mitigations and impact through dFMEAs/pFMEAs.
Software knowledge: Outlook, Excel, CAD (2D or 3D), Word, Jump, MiniTab
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