Thermo Fisher Scientific Manufacturing Process Engineer II in Logan, Utah
When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll be part of 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.
Responsibility under the direction of the Process Engineering Manager to identify, develop, improve, qualify and sustain manufacturing processes for current products. Identifying and optimizing material and process flows.
The Process Engineer has responsibility for conducting/participating in Design of Experiments (DOE) to develop optimum seal settings for plastic film, authoring Process Verification Test Plans and Test Reports to qualify existing BPC products to established cGMP guidelines on new equipment including necessary protocols and summary reports to support increased capacity and expected growth.
Expected to identify and implement methods to reduce cost, reduce scrap, increase capacity, increase safety and increase production efficiency.
Expected to engage across multiple global production sites to share and implement best manufacturing and procedural practices
Conducting/participating in failure investigations, Root Cause Analyses, implementing corrective actions and preventive actions.
Design and procure dies, fixtures and other tooling required for new products on existing equipment. Qualify new BPC products to established cGMP guidelines including necessary protocols and summary reports.
Qualify existing BPC products to established cGMP guidelines on new equipment including necessary protocols and summary reports to support increased capacity and expected growth.
Process Engineer has the responsibility to provide frontline engineering support to production activities. Expected to identify and implement methods to reduce cost, reduce scrap, increase capacity, increase safety and increase production efficiency.
Expected to engage across multiple global production sites to share and implement best manufacturing and procedural practices.
Mechanical, Manufacturing or Technical Engineering experience
Experience with manufacturing in a production environment
Understanding of various statistical analysis tools and methods
Good communication, interpersonal and interdepartmental coordination skills
Biopharmaceutical, cGMP, FDA and ISO1345 experience a plus
Lean Manufacturing Methods experience a plus
Self-motivated and good problem-solving skills using investigative tools (5 Why, Fishbone, Fault Tree Analysis, 8D, etc.)
Familiar with engineering standards, testing, SPC and FMEAs
Good technical writing skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio)
Understanding of DOE, FEA and associated software tools.
Willingness to travel as required (
Non-Negotiable Hiring Criteria:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related technical field plus 5+ experience in manufacturing production and/or process engineering or another closely related field OR Associates degree plus 7+ years' experience relevant to the role.
Exposure to Quality Systems (Track wise preferred)
Experience with Root Cause analysis
No relocation assistance is available for this role.
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