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Covering the following locations: Exeter

Product Engineer

There are two roles available, an Associate Product Engineer (suitable entry-level role for a recent graduate) and a Product Engineer (ideally 2+ year's experience)

Overall role responsibilities/function:
As a Product Engineer, you will manage the material and process changes for key products, working on process or product improvements. This company specialise in filtration and separation products within the healthcare and scientific industry, to improve fluid quality. You will mainly be looking after filters and the material change.
The role will involve change management, documenting product specifications, training, validation studies (IQ, OQ, PQ documents for process/product changes), product failure investigations and problem solving activities.

Main duties:
- Lead and execute Material and Process Changes to existing products, working with a range of key internal stakeholders
- Support line transfer and capacity projects
- Solve problems by using 6 sigma tools, trend analysis, Design of Experiments, FMEA, process risk assessments etc.
- Support the design and process Risk Assessment process for changes.
- Support Application Risk Assessment Process for changes and new / improvement product development / process
- Provide progress reports as part of Product Engineering projects.
- Write detailed validation protocols for IQ, OQ, PQ and execute accordingly.
- Liaise with suppliers of materials and equipment.
- Take part in focus team meetings for allocated projects - be prepared to present details from device manufacturing.

Person Specification:
· Academic background within material sciences/chemical engineering (or closely related area).
· Knowledge of materials and their properties
· Experience with new product development & product / process improvement techniques.
· Knowledge of process validation procedures and techniques, e.g. Process and product FMEA, Ishikawa diagrams, Pareto analysis, parts, and process capability studies.
· Able to write Validation (IQ, OQ and PQ) documents for product / process changes.



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* Salary Guide
£29,000-£35,000
Braunton
Job Ref: 68513

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