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Staff Component Development Engineer

  • Titel Staff Component Development Engineer
  • Functie Supply Chain Engineering
  • Sub functie Manufacturing Engineering
  • Categorie Senior Engineer, Manufacturing Engineering (ST6)
  • Locatie Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
  • Gepost
  • [Close Date]
  • Referentie 2406173423W
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This job posting is anticipated to close on apr 23 2024. The Company may however extend this time-period, in which case the posting will remain available on www.careers.jnj.com to accept additional applications.


Johnson & Johnson MedTech is recruiting for a(n) Staff Component Development Engineer in Cincinnati, OH.

At Johnson & Johnson, we believe health is everything. Our strength in healthcare innovation empowers us to build a world where complex diseases are prevented, treated, and cured, where treatments are smarter and less invasive, and solutions are personal. Through our expertise in Innovative Medicine and MedTech, we are uniquely positioned to innovate across the full spectrum of healthcare solutions today to deliver the breakthroughs of tomorrow, and profoundly impact health for humanity. Learn more at https://www.jnj.com/.

Position Overview - Staff Component Development Engineer

PRISM is a newly formed base business function within the Ethicon Endo-Surgery (EES) Supply Chain organization with the goal of managing the E2E Cost of Goods Sold for the handheld EndoMechanical and Energy business. The primary goal of the PRISM program is to identify, prioritize and implement Cost Improvement Project (CIP) opportunities across the Ethicon Endo-Surgery supply chain.

The Staff Component Development Engineer is a key member of our Prism Supply Chain Team, having responsibility of supporting multiple complex engineering design change projects that reduce the cost of direct purchased materials. Projects will span all Ethicon Endo-Surgery handheld instrument product portfolios with an emphasis on highly engineered metal and plastic components. The candidate will have significant experience working closely with external suppliers, leading the development of components from initial tooling concepts and prototypes to full production tooling and parts that meets DFM, DFA, and engineering design specifications. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with machining, forming, coining, and metal injection molding of metal components is required. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with engineered plastic injection molded components is highly desired. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with component qualification and validation is required. A firm understanding and application of the Ethicon Endo-Surgery Component Development roadmap is preferred. First hand application of the Ethicon Endo-Surgery G10002 component qualification process is highly desired.

This position requires building close and collaborative partnerships both within J&J and with external suppliers. Inside partnership includes the Prism R&D Design Team, J&J MedTech Source/Procurement organization regarding supplier selection and costing models, EES Lifecycle Product Focus Teams, and the EES Independencia manufacturing site for support of design change projects. External partnerships include Jabil Torres and Jabil Baja manufacturing sites as well as J&J component suppliers around the world. Ideally the candidate will be knowledgeable with the EES CP0150 Design Change Process.

Candidates should be self-motivated, independent and have an eagerness to learn and work as a team, and a desire to thrive in a dynamic environment. Critical to this role is the ability to independently resolve difficult project challenges and communicate broadly and accurately across the PRISM supply chain team, internal J&J partners, and external partners.

Key Responsibilities:

•            EES Prism component development lead of metal and plastic components across the J&J world-wide supplier base.

•            Partners closely with Prism R&D design engineers and EES Life Cycle Engineering to understand component design intent, DFM/DFA.

•            Partners with external suppliers regarding tooling strategy and leading component development activities to ensure final production component(s) meet DFM, DFA, and design specifications.

•            A key partner to Prism Project Leads as the DRI for the technical aspects of component development with external suppliers. Key contributor to component costing models, project schedule development, and Expense/Capital budgets.

•            Demonstrated knowledge and experience with machining, forming, coining, and metal injection molding of metal components is required.

•            Demonstrated knowledge and experience with engineered plastic injection molded components is highly desired.

•            Leads external supplier engagement regarding component development activities.

•            Assists/Owns EES G10002 component qualification deliverables (CRR, PFMEA, FAI, Cap Studies). Coordinates & approves G10002 component validation deliverables and activities.


Required Qualifications:

•            Minimum B.S. (Manufacturing, Mechanical, Biomedical or other related Engineering field equivalent) and 10 years of industry experience.

•            7+ years experience leading component development activities including qualification and validation activities with metal and plastic components.

•            Statistical Analysis knowledge related to component development activities (e.g., Design of Experiments (DOE), Process Stability/Control/Capability).

•            Demonstrated working knowledge and application of component metrology methods, GD&T, Gauge Design, GR&R, MSA.

•            Experience in Design for Manufacturing and Design for Assembly (DFM/A) for plastic injection molding, metal machining, metal forming, metal injection molding.

•            Demonstrated understanding of product component technical requirements and related production assembly requirements, and how both can affect final product quality.

•            Experience working closely with external or third-party suppliers.

•            Team oriented. Proven teamwork skills in a multi-functional engineering environment, ability to motivate and empower team members, set and manage expectations.

•            Strong verbal and written communication, analytical/problem solving, negotiation, and interpersonal skills

•            10% Travel (project dependent)

Preferred Qualifications

•            Firsthand application of the Scientific Injection Molding (SIM) process of plastic components.

•            Demonstrated technical product knowledge of EES handheld EndoMechanical and/or Energy devices.

•            Demonstrated experience with EES component development roadmap and EES G10002 component qualification process.

For more information on how we support the whole health of our employees throughout their wellness, career and life journey, please visit  www.careers.jnj.com

Johnson & Johnson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability

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