•   Full Time
  •   CA

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 referencing job # or a link to this job.

Job & Company Detail

Company Industry

Architect Industry

Company Size

1 - 9 Employees



Job Category

Bio Technology

Applications Accepted Until

01 January 2030