Mechanical Engineer II
  • Santa Clara, California, US
  • +914043515100
425 Days ago
Job Description

Mechanical Engineer

Location: Santa Clara, CA (approx 50% onsite)
Duration: 6 months, extendable

This position will be a part of the team building the next generation in DNA sequencers. The Mechanical Engineer works closely with the Equipment/Component engineering teams to design/develop fixtures and consumable device (CD) components. Duties include working closely with internal engineering teams for fixture design, component inspections, equipment/tooling process evaluation, and collect/summarize process data and writing SOP’s.

R esponsibilities:

  • Involvement in tooling/fixture design for prototyping and commercialize process/equipment
  • Hands-on utilization of metrology equipment to inspect/measure CD components, process tooling and fixtures
  • Involvement in yield improvement projects, test method development, and other quality improvement initiatives
  • Generate documentation and process specifications

MUST-HAVE Qualifications:

  • BS Degree in mechanical engineering or equivalent industry experience
  • Prefer 1-5 years experience in Mechanical Engineering
  • Good communication and writing skills
  • Proficient with Solid Works and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (GD&T)
  • Able to understand and generate P&ID, pneumatic and fluidic diagram
  • Excellent interpersonal skills both within the organization and with external parties
  • Demonstrated hands-on experience in metrology inspection and measurement is required
  • Experience with Design of Experiments (DOE) using statistical software such as JMP
  • Knowledge of Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) or other risk management tools to identify design and process risks towards proper mitigations
  • Personal flexibility is necessary to ensure efficient execution of the plan and teamwork

BG  Good-to-Have skills:

  • Experience in medical instrumentation
  • Experience with programming languages such as python, R, Matlab highly preferred
  • Basic electronic knowledge to install and troubleshoot, optical and prox sensors, solenoid valve, pressure transducers, electric switches, etc. is highly desirable
  • Knowledge of automated measurement and inspection systems
  • Experience with basic controller programming such as Arduino or PLC
  • Knowledgeable of ISO 13485 standards and FDA regulations such as Title 21 CFR Parts 800-1299
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Required Skills

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Working Hours / Week
  • 40.00h