Mechanical R&D Engineer II
Posted on: November 26, 2022
Job Title: Mechanical R&D Engineer II\
Job Location: Monroe, CT
Company: Biomerics NLE
Position Type: Full-Time
Biomerics is a world-class contract manufacturer specializing in
the design, development, and production of medical devices. The
Biomerics NLE division provides full-service metal processing to
the interventional and surgical medical device markets.
The R&D team is seeking a passionate Mechanical R&D
Engineer II to join us in Monroe, CT. Are you: excited to create
medical products for our wide range of customers, comfortable in a
fast-paced environment, and proud that your efforts ultimately lead
to improved quality of life for patients? If so, we would love to
The right candidate will also have an entrepreneurial spirit that
is excited by "new." We bring new skills and seek new technologies.
We create new solutions. We open new opportunities to help our
customers grow their businesses.
The Mechanical R&D Engineer II is a critical resource on
product development or other technical projects. The position is
responsible for design, development, testing, troubleshooting,
technical documentation, transfer to manufacturing, conformance to
all relevant regulations, and, ultimately, meeting project
Designs, prototypes, tests and develops components, sub-assemblies,
systems and full products.
Creates test protocols, runs experiments and writes test
Completes product documentation.
Analyzes complex engineering problems, defines them, and recommends
and implements solutions.
Contributes to projects with respect to timelines, budgets, and
Proficient with mechanical design tools (e.g. SolidWorks),
GD&T, Finite Element Analysis, free body diagrams, FMEA,
engineering drawings and documentation.
Capable of designing and testing using rapid prototyping
techniques, as well as designing for common manufacturing
Invents, innovates, and launches products.
Analyzes and solves problems.
Experience with root cause analysis and corrective/preventive
Experience with lab testing and fabrication equipment (e.g. force
gauges & test stands w/data acquisition, 3d printers, etc.)
Experience in interacting with all functions within a business.
Limited experience in clinical and/or pre-clinical settings a
Communicates well. Interacts with customers. Effectively presents
technical materials to non-technical people.
Knowledgeable of and works within FDA, MDR, ISO, IEC 60601, and
other relevant regulations and standards
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent with 7+
years industry experience.
Basic understanding of medical device manufacturing, especially as
it relates to FDA (cGMP) manufacturing requirements.
Passing a background check, which may include verification of prior
employment, criminal conviction, educational and driving
Keywords: Biomerics, New England , Mechanical R&D Engineer II, Other , Monroe, Northeast
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