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- Full Time
Ware has partnered with a medical device company in the SW suburbs. Looking for candidates to help improve new and current product designs. The Mechanical Engineer will select technologies, methodologies and define requirements for individual projects. Responsibilities will include: research and analyze data such as experimental data, customer design proposals, specifications, and documentation; direct and coordinate actions from product conception through design transfer to ensure products and systems conform to engineering design, standards and customer specifications; resolve technical issues and problems; effectively communicate their work and status; and delegate work and leverage engineering technicians and designers. Responsibilities include:
Apply principles of mechanics, thermodynamics, hydraulics, heat transfer, and materials.
Design medical products and confirms correctness using methodologies and tools such as FEA, GD&T, CFD, etc.
Evaluate mechanical and electromechanical systems and products by designing and conducting research programs.
Lead and complete medical standard document deliverables.
Identify and efficiently resolve technical problems and issues.
Lead and communicate to a client for small scale programs.
Research and analyze experimental data to understand design issues and set a direction for issue resolution.
Prepare product reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends.
Delegate and set work direction for technicians and designers.
Create test protocols and reports for verification testing
Work with suppliers and manufacturing facilities to design for manufacturability
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from accredited four- year college or university
Minimum three years’ experience in new product development over full life cycle of products
Direct experience with the product development process ranging from requirements development, prototyping, verification and product release is required
Experience in medical device design or other regulated industries strongly preferred
Must have demonstrated experience working on electromechanical systems
Experience with IEC 60601-1 and with ISO 14971 Risk Management for Medical Devices preferred