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Senior R&D Engineer (Mechanical)
Medical Device Start Up
Attractive Remuneration Package
About Our Client
Our client is a local medical device start-up that has a revolutionary robotic-assisted system that can effectively remove gastro-intestinal tumors without surgical incisions.
- Lead engineering team in design and development of medical systems on time and on budget
- Effectively communicate work with management and the team.
- Work closely with a multidisciplinary team (R&D, Clinical Affairs, Quality Assurance, Regulatory and Marketing departments) to coordinate pilot production of new products and accomplish tasks.
- Apply mechanical engineering knowledge to the design and development of new products as well as product changes and enhancements which are consistent with a zero defect level.
- Solve mechanical engineering problems at the component level through thorough evaluation and troubleshooting.
- Conduct testing utilizing new and existing test protocols.
- Generate written reports that can clearly contribute to the Design History File.
- Complete product enhancement projects in a manner consistent with corporate objectives.
- Contribute to the company's intellectual property position via invention and patent applications.
- Create procedures for assembly, inspection and testing of devices.
- Oversee and participate in the pilot and later stage production of the device.
- Maintain accurate documentation of concepts, designs, drawings, and processes.
- Provide mechanical engineering and technical support of products introduced into both the domestic and international markets as well as physician in-service programs.
The Successful Applicant
- Bachelor or Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering
- Possess working knowledge of Solidworks
- Finite Element Analysis knowledge is a plus
- 5 years or more of industry experience in engineering field
- Robotics and/or medical device experience preferred
What's on Offer
You will join a medical device start-up that has created a revolutionary surgical system which will greatly impact the lives of patients.