Omnicell, Inc. Manufacturing Engineer IV in Warrendale, Pennsylvania
Manufacturing Engineer IV
Manufacturing Engineer IV
Omnicell is seeking a Manufacturing Engineer IV for the Warrendale, PA facility. The Manufacturing Engineer will provide technical contributions for both commercialized and new products. The incumbent will be responsible for the processes, equipment, documentation, and related supplier capability required to manufacture assigned products. This includes routine production line support, product improvement projects, and new product introduction activities. The focus of the position is to continually improve product quality, delivery, and cost, both on the factory floor and from the related suppliers. Although the technology will be specific to the product family, process, and equipment, general manufacturing engineering tools will be applied across all product lines.
Process and apply comprehensive knowledge of Mechanical, Electrical, Electro-Mechanical, or Industrial Engineering disciplines. Lead analysis and problem solving for manufacturing non-conformances. Perform lab experiments to collect and summarize data in order to develop new processes or solve problems. Provide guidance and direction to other engineers implementing the fundamental concepts, practices and procedures required to perform manufacturing engineering disciplines such as 5S, Lean, and Six-Sigma.
Design the work-flow of a manufacturing processes. Provide guidance and direction to other engineers performing time and motion studies, quantify the work content of a manufacturing process. Provide guidance and direction to other engineers on writing procedures, work instructions and test documentation. Research, design and create specifications to eliminate or reduce top process constraints. Prepare a capital expenditure package including ROI to address capacity limiters within the process. Refine and document capacity and efficiency models. Identify opportunities for quality defects to occur in manufacturing processes and suggest mitigations. Create tools and lead ergonomic program. Conduct new factory layout for throughput and efficiency. Execute equipment Design of Experiment plan.
Process and apply comprehensive knowledge of Equipment or Controls Engineering to develop solutions to improve manufacturing process performance and efficiencies. Work in a cross functional capacity on large scale projects. Understand and apply advanced analytics to troubleshoot complex multi-discipline systems and machines. Creates and apply innovative concepts and ideas to solve problems rapidly and efficiently. Lead cross-functional projects. Provide technical oversight to other engineers in the disciplines of Manufacturing Equipment and Test Development.
Create all product documentation including BOM's, assembly drawings, work instructions and ECO's in a highly efficient manner. Understand product architectures. Able to appropriately structure BOM's to reflect make/buy strategy. Create a Device Master Record for medical equipment per ISO 13485 guidelines. Provides guidance and direction to other engineers.
Create documentation required for a product design changes. Initiate and lead the activities required to gain cross-functional approval and implement changes.
Work on cross-functional teams, to assess and validate supplier process capability for new products, improve existing supplier processes, support supplier identification of projects to improve product quality and cost, and participate in experiments to determine root cause analysis of supplier quality issues.
Represent manufacturing engineering on cross-functional teams to assess supplier capabilities, develop packaging solutions for components and systems, and create operational and process qualification protocols for new products and processes. Collaborate with suppliers on DFM analyses. Collaborate with hardware engineering team on design verification studies Specs tools, fixtures and support process equipment for new process supporting NPI. Manage new equipment installation and commissioning of new plant equipment as determined by Sr. Engineer. Develop packaging solutions, and manufacturing line layouts.
Contribute to design transfer activities such as process validations. Participate in post-new product launch issue resolution teams.
Project managing and administration of multiple cost improvement projects, both internal to manufacturing and cross-functional.
Represent manufacturing engineering on cross-functional teams to design and validate new products, improve processes, identify and implement continuous improvement concepts, assess suppliers, perform root cause analysis and problem solving, etc.
Required Knowledge and Skills:
Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills
Demonstrated initiative and ability to achieve results
Strongly demonstrated verbal and written communication skills
Demonstrated team work and collaborating behaviors
General computer applications such as Excel, Access, Visio, Tableau
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering with a minimum 10 years Manufacturing Engineering experience OR High School Diploma/GED with 15+years of practical engineering experience in a manufacturing engineer role
Quality Management Systems Experience
Master’s degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering
ISO 13485/FDA Regulation Experience
CAD experience, preferably SolidWorks
ERP knowledge, preferably SAP
PLM knowledge, preferably Agile
Production floor support
Minimal travel (<10%)
Extended or irregular work hours as needed
Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.
Omnicell will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information.