Danaher Corporation Global Manufacturing Engineer in Logan, Utah
Help us improve access to life-changing therapies that can transform human healthWe are Cytiva, a global provider of technologies and services that advance and accelerate the development and manufacture of therapeutics. Formerly part of GE Healthcare, we have a rich heritage tracing back hundreds of years, and a fresh beginning since 2020.Our customers undertake life-saving activities. These range from fundamental biological research to developing innovative vaccines, biologic drugs, and novel cell and gene therapies. Our job is to supply the tools and services - the pots, pans, soups and sauces - they need to work better, faster and safer, leading to better patient outcomes.We are looking for a global manufacturing engineer to work with our expert engineering team of 47 employees across the world. Do you have a passion for manufacturing engineering field? Then we would love to hear from you.What you’ll doThe global manufacturing engineer is a key strategic position responsible for developing new processes and technologies necessary to solve capacity issues, resolve quality complaints, remove cost from operations, and introduce new products. You will work closely with the supply chain strategy leader to identify longer term capacity constraints across our global operations footprint and model a 5-year strategic roadmap. In addition, you will lead projects to transfer product between various manufacturing sites to create security of supply, optimize customer lead-time, and manufacturing efficiencies. The successful candidate will be working as a critical component of the Cytiva Engineering team and report to the global Cell Culture Engineering Leader. This role supports global manufacturing engineering at our sites in Logan Utah, Pasching Austria, Tuas Singapore, and Tauranga New Zealand.Key Responsibilities IncludeIdentify new manufacturing technologies for continuous improvement. Preform initial feasibility to populate NPI (new product introduction) and Project funnelDraft initial process/equipment URS in conjunction with local engineering, or engineering services, depending on project size and scope.Providing technical expertise in response to internal/external engineering RFI (request for information).Assisting local engineering teams with the site analysis and equipment capacity to ensure we meet customer demand.Coordinate specification design reviews with local cross-functional teams to ensure feedback is properly documented and incorporated.Coordinate process development and oversee FAT/SAT, lead the initiative to push projects through validation with seamless hand-over to operations team.Drive improved product quality by identifying manufacturing issues, developing advanced manufacturing cost-effective solutions, and overseeing successful implementation into production.Lead in early focus on manufacturability in NPI and/or Advanced Technology programs. Drive rigor in process capability assessment, process layout, equipment development and QMS design transfer execution.Deep Domain expertise in existing processes in order to provide support for manufacturing process technology roadmap.Drive advance manufacturing engineering initiatives across sites while providing business-wide impact and enabling sharing of best practices across the Global Supply ChainWho you areYou are a proven subject matter expert with appropriate background who will lead manufacturing engineering projects across our global cell culture media site’s.Bachelor’s degree in a related degree (e.g., Engineering, Facilities Management, Business) from an accredited college or university or an equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience.Minimum of 15 years’ experience working within a regulated manufacturing facility as a part of a professional facilities, engineering, or operations department.Expert level knowledge and experience in cell culture media and single use technologies inside the bioprocessing industry.Strong analytical, organizational, planning skills with broad knowledge in project management.Ability to collaborate and work across a heavily matrixed environment and can communicate effectively and concisely at all levels.Strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills.Proven experience in key role for large capital projects.Excellent communication skills (both written and oral)Travel expectation: 20% - 30% (depending on project requirements)Desired CharacteristicsMBA or an advanced degree.Previous experience developing/innovating new processes in regulated industry.Experience working across multiple regions on a global basis.Proven ability to establish and manage relationships at all levels of the organization; including the most senior levels.Experience analyzing/reviewing financial models and building project business case justifications.Excellent problem solver with a proven ability to generate innovative solutions to complex issues.Who we areWhatever your role, we bring purpose and challenge into our everyday work. If you are driven to make the world a better place thanks to science and medicine, you’ll feel right at home here. If you’re flexible, curious and relentless, you’ll belong. If you are excited about a global culture, this can be the place to further your career.Want to know more? Experience life at Cytiva on our Careers website, Instagram channel and LinkedIn page!Cytiva is a 3.5 billion USD global life sciences leader with over 7000 associates across 40 countries who are dedicated to our mission to help us improve access to life-changing therapies that transform human health. As a trusted partner to customers that range in scale and scope, Cytiva brings efficiencies to research and manufacturing workflows, ensuring the development, manufacture and delivery of transformative medicines to patients.
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