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Role Summary: GE Healthcare is looking for a R&D Micromechanics Engineer who will be working in Eysins (Nyon) in Switzerland and be part of a multidisciplinary R&D team developing medical device and manufacturing equipment aiming to process biological cells in the field of blood transplantation and cellular therapies.
Essential Responsibilities: • Feasibility Studies, specifications, development and validation of new R&D projects • Improvements and modifications to existing products • Project management and setting up the technical dossier according to medical or pharmaceutical standards • Work in close collaboration with end-users (blood banks, pharma companies) and suppliers • Work in a multidisciplinary Research and Development team, in close interaction with the Production, Q/A and Marketing departments
Qualifications/Requirements: • University degree or equivalent in related scientific or engineering fields (mechanics, micro-mechanics or biomedical) • Several years of successful experience in R&D and project management, ideally in the medical technology or life science industry • Previous experience in developing or manufacturing of single-use plastic disposables • Well-founded knowledge and practical experience of relevant regulations (ISO 9001, ISO13485, cGMP), specifically for the US and European market • Fluent in French and English • Autonomous at work, creative, proposals and initiatives welcomed
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