Terumo BCT Systems Engineer 3- Automated Manufacturing - Mechanical in Lakewood, Colorado

Systems Engineer 3- Automated Manufacturing - MechanicalDate: Oct 18, 2018Location:Lakewood, CO, US Company: Terumo BCT, Inc.Requisition ID: 19008JOB SUMMARYSr level engineering position providing technical support for development andqualification of automated manufacturing systems for a medical device company. Position is expected to provide direction to resources internal and externalto the organization while mentoring junior engineers and technicians.Responsibilities include gathering requirements from internal customers,interfacing directly with machine integrators and ensuring system performancemeets customer requirements. Quick learner candidate is best suited forsuccess with common activities including documentation of systemrequirements, oversight of machine build, acceptance testing,installation and debug, qualification at site location and providing postvalidation production support. Engineering resources will be working within across functional matrix, based in Denver Colorado, requiring travel todomestic machine integrators and offshore manufacturing location.ESSENTIAL DUTIESDesign, installation and validation of automated systems for medical devicemanufacturing in a clean room environment.Assumes accountability for delivery of complete manufacturing systems;starting with design inputs, concluding with design transfer.Maintains knowledge of latest technology and design practices to keeporganization current with industry development.Perform independent evaluation, selection, and application in makingadaptations and modifications to projects.Assigned total project leadership responsibilities of major capital projects.Provides leadership for the functional group's development, direction,and effectiveness, adhering to organizational policies and processes andsupporting overall business and corporate objectives.Implements and understands FDA or regulatory requirements as necessary.Highlights risks and understands how to complete tasks, avoiding seriousdelays and considerable expenditure of time and resources.Advises team members pro-actively on technical ideas and promotes skilldevelopment of team work.Interacts with peers across projects to secure resources and commitments.Handles frequent inter-organizational and outside customer contacts.Represents the organization in providing solutions to difficult technicalissues associated with specific projects.Presents effectively complex technical information/analysis, and respondsto questions from technical staff members and management.Works cooperatively and effectively within a team environment to achievecommon goals and results, often influencing the outcome of the team(s).OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESWork direction responsibility may include technicians and junior engineers.May work with manufacturing and other functional groups on manufacturing andregulatory compliance issues.Travel to domestic suppliers and offshore manufacturing site expected 10% -15%.MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTSEducationBachelor's degree or equivalent of education and experience sufficient tosuccessfully perform the essential functions of the job may be considered.Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering, preferred.ExperienceMinimum 6 years experience specifying, building and qualifying manufacturingsystems.Two years of GMP manufacturing experience required.Medical Device and or Pharmaceutical manufacturing preferred.SkillsRequires demonstrated skills in technical innovation, technicalleadership, mechanical and or electrical engineering.Knowledge of machine control systems including PLCs, HMI, pneumatic andelectrical systems.Preferred experience with Allen-Bradley control systems and Cognex visionsystems.Ability to define process requirements from customer input.Strong interactive skills in general communication, cross-functionalparticipation and influence, mentoring and acceptance of guidance,technical leadership, project management, coordination withcross-functional team member, t