Engineer I/II Engineering Development Program
This 18-month rotational program is designed to train new Engineers on various aspects of MicroVention Terumo technology, procedures, and processes. All candidates will be assigned a Mentor, Peer Mentor, as well as an Advisor to oversee their program succession, and will be provided with additional classroom training. Successful candidates will have three (3) six-month rotations. These rotations include one (1) required rotation in Manufacturing Engineering and two (2) optional rotations from the following areas:
- Research & Development (R&D)
- Equipment/Tool Design
- Regulatory Affairs
- Supply Chain
- Developing new product concepts and products.
- Engineering design and process development.
- Generating intellectual property and writing invention disclosures.
- Supervising assemblers, technicians, and specialists.
- Largely self-directed, capable of meeting project goals with moderate supervision.
- Perform additional duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's (EI) or Master’s (EII) degree in Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Chemistry, or other related discipline.
- Zero (0) to two (2) years of experience in medical devices, manufacturing and/or technical development.
- Demonstrated experience reading and preparing technical documentation.
- Knowledge of standard machine shop equipment and processes and working knowledge of medical device manufacturing equipment and processes.
- Computer experience and skills including CAD and MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Teams, Outlook, etc.).
- Strong analytical capability and organization skills.
- Strong interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills; the ability to work effectively in a team environment and autonomously.
- Knowledge of medical device materials and processes: adhesives, plastics/polymers, metals, laser-welding, laser-cutting, braiding, and lamination.
- SolidWorks or PRO/E proficiency (Preferred)