Location(s): United States; Massachusetts; Westborough
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Role Summary: As Packaging Engineer you will design, prototype, test, and implement packaging solutions for GE Healthcare Life Sciences products manufactured and shipped worldwide. This engineering position will be in our Westborough R&D facility, where we design and develop filtration and single-use product for bio-pharmaceutical manufacturing. You will optimize package design to reflect customer requirements; including sterilization, warehousing, shelf life and product protection.
Essential Responsibilities: • Be responsible for planning and directing activities concerned with the design and development of protective packaging solutions for GE Healthcare Life Sciences products. • Analyze engineering models, drawings, and specifications to determine the physical characteristics of new and existing products, special-handling and safety requirements, and types of materials required for safe and efficient transport. • Work with sourcing and production to evaluate feasibility and reduce costs of proposed packaging solutions. • Develop 3D CAD models, specifications, prototypes, and functional analyses of custom product packaging solutions. • Self-manage tasks. Identify design requirements, perform risk assessments, identify required resources, estimate time and budget, and interface with peers, managers, suppliers and customers. • Interface with a cross-functional team to resolve issues. • Release products through the ECR/ECO process. • Maintain safe work area.
Qualifications/Requirements: • BS in Packaging Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or related field.
• Minimum of 1 year of related coursework or hands-on practical experience in package engineering
• Demonstrated ability to create models with CAD tools
• An energetic and ambitious approach to design and process challenges
• An ability to leverage newly acquired knowledge and skills into strategic and focused improvement activities
• Awareness of GMP and governmental regulations related to drug manufacturing sufficient to appreciate the need for documentation accuracy
• Understanding of sterilization procedures and sterilization requirements - preferably as it applies to biomedical packaging and packaging materials
• Ability to read and interpret professional journals and technical procedures
• Ability to write reports; communicate test analysis and results
• Familiarity with relevant regulatory and QA guidelines.
Desired Characteristics: • Masters Degree in Packaging Engineering or Mechanical Engineering
• Demonstrated ability to create models with SolidWorks
• Outstanding communication and writing skills for working with global manufacturing, marketing, and development teams.
• Flexibility required in a small business environment where multitasking and performing different tasks, including hands on work, is needed to get the job done
• Experience in leading projects/activities to meet customer requirements
• Use of DFSS in designing products
• Familiarity with regulatory requirements governing implementation and use of disposable materials and components.
• Application of risk management methodologies to aid in meeting commitments
Locations: United States; Massachusetts; Westborough
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