Johnson & Johnson Careers
R&D Project Engineer – Technical Leader
Requisition ID: 1805652979W
The R&D Project Engineer – Technical Leader will be part of the cross-functional and multi-disciplinary R&D team responsible for developing innovative Cataract and Presbyopia-correcting IOLs.
The R&D Project Engineer – Technical Leader main responsibilities are planning, coordination and execution on the technical aspects of new product development projects.
- Assess feasibility, define product requirements and strategy, design prototypes, test protocols and provide advice/input for product business case.
- Leads by collaborating with experts to integrate engineering objectives in activities associated with development of new/improved products.
- Manage and raise critical issues to resolve conflicts and minimize impact to program (cost, time, financial performance).
- Proactively determine and manage other sources of systems requirements (e.g. regulatory standards, risk management processes, relevant industry standards, and business requirements) throughout the project lifecycle.
- Manage the resolution of multi-functional and cross-platform issues, tradeoffs, and risk in accordance with system objective
- Presents concepts and results for function leaders as well as potential and existing partners.
- Sources and identify emerging trends. Determines uses of innovation. Assesses relevance. Integrates use of innovation. Formulates better use to achieve functional objectives.
- Demonstrates effectiveness in leading, aligning, and collaborating across organizational boundaries is (e.g. project teams, functions, and partner organizations) without direct authority.
- Understands business principles.
- Professional knowledge
- Master preferred with more than 3 years of professional experience.
- Strong technical background, with the experience and motivation to apply your problem solving skills on complex technical challenges.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
AMO Groningen BV (8358)
R&D Engineering (R&D)