Robling Medical, Inc. is currently searching for the following positions. With a great culture and strong leadership, we are making a positive difference in patients’ lives everyday.
Project Development Engineering Technician
The Project Development Engineering Technician is responsible for assisting Robling Medical Development Engineering department staff to bring a product design to market that meets customer expectations and regulatory requirements. This is accomplished through assisting the Development Engineering team with development & validation builds and activities associated with materials, components, assemblies, processes, tooling/fixtures, and equipment required to complete projects. The Project Development Engineering Technican provides hands-on support to Robling Medical project teams in the execution of engineering builds and training, project documentation, and training of production personnel. For more details click here.
Project Development Engineer
The Project Development Engineer is responsible for supporting project teams in the development & validation of robust processes, assembly tools & methods, manufacturing processes, etc. This position requires 1) technical expertise in research, design, development, validation, & implementation activities for associated materials, components, assemblies, processes, tooling/fixtures, & equipment required to complete projects; 2) communicating with customers, vendors, project teams, & assists project managers with coordination of team activities; 3) report preparation for project status & validation activities; 4) assisting the Engineering (NPI) team with the development cost-effective & efficient processes; 5) participation on a team that ensures robust processes are ready for transfer to the Robling Medical manufacturing environment on time. For more details, click here.
Engineering Project Manager
The Engineering (NPI) Project Manager is responsible for establishing & leading project teams in the development & validation of robust processes, assembly tools & methods, manufacturing processes, etc. This position: 1) requires technical expertise in creating & maintaining project plans, tracking project performance, developing & maintaining project & engineering reports, & communicating routinely on all aspects of projects to all stakeholders; 2) assists the Engineering (NPI) team with the development cost-effective & efficient processes; and 3) is part of a team that ensures robust processes are ready for transfer to the Robling Medical manufacturing environment on time. For more details, click here.
The Electro-Mechanical (EM) Technician will work in the Electro-Mechanical Assembly and Test Area for durable and disposable medical equipment. The EM Technician will primarily be responsible for assembling, testing and troubleshooting test failures. Preparation of written work instructions, rework instructions and documentation and control of nonconforming material will be required. The EM Technician may be called upon to communicate with customers to resolve problems related to the assemblies. The EM Technician will lend assistance in the troubleshooting of manufacturing equipment failures throughout the plant and other duties as needed. For more details, click here.
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