Manufacturing Engineer - Automation Lifecore Biomedical Inc.
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In this position, you will gain a detailed knowledge of, and contribute to process, manufacturing, and packaging engineering activities within Lifecore. This will typically be accomplished through the addition of automation/control equipment (i.e Allen Bradley PLC?s or other similar controllers) on new and/or existing equipment. You will investigate and correct problems involving control equipment for the manufacturing processes which adversely affect the process results; collect and analyze relevant process data to aid in control changes to improve the manufacturing process; interact with all appropriate departments to facilitate the introduction of new manufacturing processes or changes to existing manufacturing processes; perform the installation of new manufacturing equipment and systems; ensure compliance with the Quality System and Design Control requirements; assist Maintenance in diagnosing equipment failures; ensure engineering project timelines are met and that each project meets the demands set forth by the Manufacturing Schedule; support the execution of experiments to identify solutions for satisfying manufacturing problems; demonstrate an understanding of the fermentation and syringe manufacturing process; demonstrate the ability to perform tasks associated with standard operating procedures and document understanding of the tasks during training; assist other departments as needed.
BS in Engineering or Automation/Controls Engineering or two year automated systems/robotics degree with up to 5 years experience in a manufacturing environment; preferably medical device or biopharmaceutical. Demonstrate proficiency in programming PLC?s and troubleshooting PLC and HMI (specifically Allen Bradley) issues. Also work with other automation/control equipment such as VFD?s, PID Controllers, Servo Drives, Vision Cameras, sensors, etc. Ability to implement and assist in the validation of all new automated filling and packaging equipment. Ability to work proactively with department supervisors to create a more robust manufacturing operation. Understanding of basic regulatory requirements affecting medical device and drug manufacturing, including software validation, design control, and tech transfer. ?Hands On? mechanical aptitude and Engineering skill. Understanding of (cGMP) including acceptable documentation practices (i.e. SOP?s, preventative maintenance procedures, and technical drawings). Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel with AutoCAD Electrical experience desirable. Ability to read and understand automation electrical wiring schematics.
Medical and Dental Coverage
Flexible Spending Accounts
Short and Long Term Disability
Generous Paid Time Off
Employee Assistance Program
Hours: 5 day work week
||Chaska, MN |
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