Manufacturing Engineering Specialist

by Trudell Medical International

Position Type: Full-time
Location: London, ON
Date Posted: Mar 20, 2024
Trudell Medical International

Job Description


Manufacturing Engineering Specialist


About the job

As a member of our Manufacturing Engineering team, you will support the Operations Group (Manufacturing, Warehouse, Materials) by implementing production improvements resulting in increases in efficiency and capacity. Support the New Product Development (NPD) group by suggesting design changes to improve the manufacturability of products. Design production processes to manufacture new products.

Responsibilities Include

Project management

  • Lead large scale manufacturing engineering projects, e.g. line expansion
  • Implement approved plans and projects for plant, facilities, and equipment
  • Ensure that there is alignment with all manufacturing activities, NPD, and Regulatory activities during new product introduction
production and process flow
  • Measure and improve quality, cost, and throughput for manufacturing processes.
  • Develop and implement process control techniques and procedures in manufacturing and materials
  • Assist in operations decision making
  • Measure and improve quality, cost, and throughput for manufacturing processes.
  • Analyze cost and quality across the entire device value stream and identify opportunities for improvement.
  • Lead validation and verification activities for new and modified products and process
  • Ensure all process documentation are prepared e.g. PFMEA, work instructions, standard operating procedures
  • Ensure that training programs are developed and delivered for assembly skills.
plant layout and equipment utilization
  • Design new and modified plan layouts and facility drawings
  • Ensure that recommendations for machinery and processes provide additional efficiencies and/or are cost effective.
health & Safety
  • Ensure compliance with relevant health and safety legislation, including the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, etc.
  • Ensure compliance with TMIs health and safety policies and procedures, e.g., neat and orderly work environment, wearing prescribed PPE
  • Identify and eliminate hazards throughout the manufacturing process
  • Assist with hazard assessments and ergonomic risk evaluations. Assist with the development of strategies to reduce exposure to injuries, e.g. repetitive strain.
  • Degree in Industrial, Mechanical, Mechatronics Engineering or a related field of study
  • Pursuing Professional Engineer (P.Eng) designation with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)
  • 5 years of experience as a manufacturing engineer in a high-volume manufacturing environment is considered an asset
  • Experience working in a regulatory industry is an asset, e.g., pharmaceuticals or aerospace .
  • Computer literate with:
  • Advanced experience in AutoCAD and/or SolidWorks 3D CAD
  • Advanced experience in MS Excel
  • Advanced experience in MS Word
  • Advanced experience in a Windows environment
  • Theoretical and practical knowledge of assembly design and product manufacturing in an ISO 13485 & GMP environment
  • Experience developing and/or implementing LEAN Manufacturing initiatives
  • Project management
  • Excellent communication skills, oral and written
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently.
At an applicant’s request, TMI will make accommodation to its recruitment process to meet the needs of applicants with disabilities.

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