Senior Process Development Engineer – Corneal Implant
The successful candidate will be responsible for process scale-up, process equipment identification, the design of process fixtures and tooling, and conducting experiments to establish process parameters and process capability for a manufacturing process for an implantable biodegradable medical device. The candidate is expected to play a major role in designing and developing a full-scale commercial production process.
Participate in process equipment IOQ, process performance evaluation, and write validation reports
Responsible for tech transfer to commercial production site(s)
Involved in clinical production activities such as preparing SOPs, batch records, and hands-on GMP production
Perform product testing, product performance verification and validation activities. Take responsibility for designing and executing experiments. Author protocol and test reports.
Assist in Design Control activities involved with medical implant.
Excellent Salary and Benefits Package.
The ideal candidate will be a biomechanical, biomedical, or medical engineer with 10 plus years of experiences in medical device industry.
Strong process engineering backgrounds in contact lens or intraocular lens (IOL) industry are highly desirable.
Strong background in mechanical engineering, CAD, and SolidWorks.
Backgrounds in electric engineering, automation, robotics, and protein biochemistry a plus.
Should be familiar with cGMP and working in a regulatory environment.
The ideal candidate shall have a minimum education level of BS degree. MS, PhD preferred. Candidates with a BS degree yet strong industrial experiences will still be considered.
For immediate consideration, please forward a copy of your current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org referencing job # or a link to this job.