When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll be part of a smart, driven team that shares your passion for exploration and discovery. With revenues of $22 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world. How will you make an impact?
You will: oversee manufacturing processes to assure the sub-assembly, instrument assembly, and test processes are running optimally; assure the manufacturing team has everything they need to produce quality products, on time, and at the lowest possible cost; drive and participate in product and process related Lean manufacturing and continuous improvement activities. What will you do?
* Drive the development and implementation of the manufacturing assembly and test strategy of components, sub-assemblies, and end products
* Develop manufacturing assembly and test work instructions, guides, and procedures
* Represent manufacturing on NPI teams to develop the most efficient design using DFM, serviceability, and Lean methodologies
* Drive the use of Lean methodologies and tools such as Kaizen, Kanban, 5S, poke-yoke, and value stream mapping
* Drive cell design and continuous improvement of manufacturing processes within the value stream
* Drive improvements in assembly and test processes to reduce scrap and rework
* Ensure tooling, fixtures, and equipment has adequate documentation including verification procedures, functional specifications, system documentation, user-guides, component/assembly drawings, bill of materials, and purchase specifications
* Participate in supplier assessment and corrective actions as applicable to improve quality of incoming material
* Participate in first article approval process for new parts, part revisions, and supplier changes
* Quickly disposition and root cause component and assembly failures
* Execute engineering change orders to accurately manage modifications to drawings, procedures, assemblies, and bills of materials
* Other duties as assigned How will you get here?
Bachelors in Mechanical, Industrial, or Electrical Engineering is desired or equivalent experience and training can be considered Experience
* 2+ years of related experience
* Hands-on experience with good engineering practices including documentation, GD&T, change control, product structure, and bills of materials
* Demonstrated use of process improvement and Lean methodologies such as Kaizen, Kanban, 5S, poke-yoke, and value stream mapping
* Experience with electro-mechanical assembly in a low to med volume facility
* Experience in optics, optical instruments, high vacuum systems, and vacuum coating equipment is highly preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
* Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
* Statistical knowledge including SPC and DOE
* Ability to manage multiple projects This position has not been approved for relocation.
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