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Manufacturing Engineer - Broomfield, CO

Location: Broomfield, CO

June 16, 2022

The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for sustaining and continuously improving our manufacturing processes and products. Manufacturing Engineering is also responsible for Implementation of new products into manufacturing. This is accomplished through continuous collaboration with the teams in manufacturing, R&D, sourcing, planning, and quality.

Short Facts

  • Broomfield, CO
    Broomfield, CO, USA
  • Engineering
  • Regular/ Permanent/ Full-time
    Regular/ Permanent/ Full-time

Your collaboration

  • Safety: Assure all safety requirements are met for the entire manufacturing facility including minimization and management of all Hazardous Materials. Responsible for specifying PPE requirements for all processes as well as continuously improving ergonomics for all operations. Will serve as primary engineering representative for the safety committee.
  • Manufacturing Process Development and Improvement: Lead the development of manufacturing processes that are safe, efficient, well documented, and easy to maintain. This includes the generation and maintenance of graphical based work instructions / methods sheets. Labor estimates, Router enhancements and tool development are inclusive in the manufacturing processes.
  • Product design manufacturability improvement: Review and comment on drawings, calculations, specifications and other Design Engineering outputs. Provide input for DFX (Design for quality, cost, manufacturing, etc.).
  • Engineering Change Management: Create and champion Engineering Change Notices (ECNs) that improve our products and processes.
  • Complaint Investigation and Analysis: Work closely with the Quality Manager to investigate field complaints and, when appropriate, initiate corrective actions and close via the PDCA process.
  • Training: Training of manufacturing personnel on any new or changed processes.
Performs other duties, as assigned.

Your competence

Minimum Job Qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Science degree in either Electrical, Mechanical, Software or Industrial Engineering.
  • 5+ years as an engineer in a manufacturing environment.
  • Demonstrated experience in assisting in the launching of a new product.
  • Demonstrated experience in analyzing and correcting product issues based on field data.
Desirable, but not Essential:
Prefer to have certifications or documented training in:
  • Lean Manufacturing/Toyota Methods Improvement Teams.
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC) – Minitab experience.
  • 2D or 3D CAD (Autodesk preferred).
  • PLM Systems (Windchill preferred).
  • Work Instructions (Dozuki Preferred).
  • Black Belt in Lean Manufacturing.
  • GD&T Training/Certification.
Compensation: Target salary range for this position is $67,000-82,000. Salary will be commensurate with experience and skillset. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including medical / dental / vision insurance, tuition reimbursement, disability, 401k matching (up to 8%).

Clarity on your path

At Swisslog Healthcare, we are constantly looking for people who shape and develop our company. We offer exciting opportunities to learn, develop and lead change. You benefit from clear communication and development plans that are aligned with your personal strengths and our common goals. Enjoy many other benefits that we are constantly reviewing and expanding.

Great Team Spirit
Diversity & Inclusion
Modern Work Environment
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Our commitment

We use automation to make a difference in hospitals and healthcare facilities. 1,200 dedicated employees in more than 3,500 facilities around the world are already relieving the burden on staff and giving them more time for patient care activities. With the latest technologies in the field of medication management, we are taking responsibility for shaping tomorrow's healthcare system to improve patient care and increase medication safety.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Swisslog Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, status as a protected veteran, or any other applicable status protected by federal, state or local law.

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