Project Engineer Medical Device

Company Name:
Infinite Sourcing Solutions
Company is a leading global outsource provider of design and manufacturing services to the medical device and diagnostics, drug delivery and commercial markets.
Responsibilities of the Medical Device Project Engineer:
Manage the AQP (Advance Quality Planning) activities and overall project schedule.
Coordinate, direct and lead engineering efforts to ensure optimum engineering of projects/programs to meet customer and manufacturing requirements.
Manage the customer relationship.
Facilitate communication between customer, sales, engineering functions, outside vendors, manufacturing, and multi-facility groups.
Maintain cost control and profitability through interaction with the accounting group, sales, and our customers.
Oversee tooling programs from kick-off to part production ready while working directly with Tooling, Process and Quality Eng. teams.
Create and monitor project timelines.
Develop and establish cost estimates and project options to support quoting function.
Implement technical solutions to meet customer and company cost, quality, and delivery expectations.
Travel up to 20% to 30%
Extended travel may be required to other facilities to support business needs.
Qualifications - Education & Experience:
B.S. degree in engineering field with a minimum of 2 years of related experience.
Strong and diverse technical injection molding tooling, materials, manufacturing, quality, and product design skills desired. Experience with injection molding tooling and medical device manufacturing.
Ability to use CAD to determine if tooling, equipment and part designs meet requirements desired.
Ability to manage multiple large-scale projects.
Demonstrated superior communication, teamwork and organizational skills.
Ability to accurately quote design, tools/equipment, and parts desired.
Ability to develop and meet project schedules, along with contingency plans.
Demonstrated ability to develop and meet financial goals.
Demonstrated ability to identify and develop future account needs.
Demonstrated ability to think out of the box and recommend options.
Ability to lead others. Responsibility may include direct supervision of technicians and mentoring/leading engineers

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