Lead Manufacturing Engineer

Qualitäts- / Sicherheit

Lead Manufacturing Engineer

Hudson, NH

Job Details

Country
United States
Region
Hudson NH
Location
Hudson NH

With over 550 employees worldwide, innovative products, and cutting-edge robotics, we are revolutionizing liquid handling in the medical diagnostics, pharmaceutical, biotech and food industries. Our equipment is manufactured to the highest quality standards in Switzerland and the USA and distributed worldwide.  

INTEGRA strongly believes in work-life balance, and we offer three weeks of vacation, one week of PTO, and 10 holidays per year. Besides that, Integra provides an excellent benefits package for medical, dental, vision, life, short & long-term disability insurance, 401(k) plan, FSA, Volunteer time Off, and Tuition Reimbursements up to $5250 per calendar year.

Responsibilities

  • Design and implement automated systems for use in manufacturing and production environments
  • Identify new opportunities for automation within the manufacturing process
  • Act as project leader and take responsibility for automation projects
  • Program new automated components to the manufacturing process
  • Transfer the production of new products from R&D to manufacturing 
  • Design, develop, and test processes and equipment for production
  • Introduce automated processes into production and train and equip Sustaining Team to support automated equipment after deployment into production
  • Develop and maintain clear and accurate documentation of automation equipment and processes
  • Manage suppliers during specification, design, buy-off, and installation of automated manufacturing equipment
  • Continuously monitor manufacturing processes to optimize production flow, improve assembly methods and product quality, and expand capacity
  • Identify areas of cost reduction and manage the implementation of these types of programs
  • Manage outside resources in providing new processes and equipment
  • Support existing production with all process equipment and automation
  • Debug and optimize automated processes to maximize cycle time and uptime
  • Characterize and validate automated processes using a data-driven statistical approach such as Capacity test, Capability test (Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility test, CPK, etc.), for deployment into production
  • Monitor technologies and trends in automation and digitization industries

Requirements

  • BS or Master's in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
  • Experience in the Lean production principles and tools
  • Analytical problem-solving skills with the ability to troubleshoot complex problems and determine root causes
  • Hands-on mechanical engineering aptitude
  • Experience with robotic assembly and vision systems
  • Familiarity with high-volume injection molding production in a clean room environment
  • Strong interpersonal skills capable of working among many disciplines
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills
  • Travel and collaboration with our Switzerland team required

We offer you

  • An exciting, challenging position in a growing international company
  • Active participation in shaping the world of work and contributing ideas and suggestions

Thank you for your interest!

Apply here!