Staff Component Engineer (1 of 3).
Company: Johnson & Johnson
Location: Redwood City
Posted on: January 15, 2022
The Robotics & Digital Solutions (RAD) group, part of the
Johnson and Johnson family of companies, is recruiting for an Staff
Component Engineer, located in Redwood City, CA.
Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices is focused on shaping the future
of digital surgery and expanding its robotics and digital solutions
offerings across the entire portfolio, with multi-specialty,
end-to-end solutions in orthopedics, endoluminal intervention and
general surgery. This includes the MONARCH - platform, a
first-of-its-kind robotic technology indicated for
bronchoscopic---visualization of and access to patient airways for
diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the lung.
Ethicon, part of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, has
made significant contributions to surgery for more than 100 years
from creating the first sutures, to revolutionizing surgery with
minimally invasive procedures. Our continuing dedication to Shape
the Future of Surgery is built on our commitment to help address
the world's most pressing health care issues and improve and save
more lives. Through Ethicon's surgical technologies and solutions
including sutures, staplers, energy devices, trocars and hemostats
and our commitment to treat serious medical conditions like obesity
worldwide, we deliver innovation to make a life-changing impact.
For more information, visit---www.ethicon.com.
As a Staff Component Engineer, the individual will participate in
product development core team as a manufacturing engineering lead.
This position will be responsible to provide internal and external
(vendor) design for manufacturing (DFM) input to product design to
enhance manufacturability and reduce cost. The individual will work
with supply chain to guide the development team in choosing
suppliers, determine make vs. buy strategy, and support supplier
process development effort. Drive suppliers to continuously improve
business and manufacturing processes.
Core Job Responsibilities Select and evaluate suppliers by leading
efforts to find new suppliers in an existing or new commodity and
works with Engineering to maximize use of the production supply
Works with supply chain, engineering, and supplier for the new
product introduction to:
Create supplier landscapes to determine launch readiness.
Develop supplier ramp readiness plans by judging business risk
based on forecast, supplier capacity, quality performance, and
DFM by engaging suppliers early in development cycle to feedback
manufacturability improvements in the designs prior to
Guide Engineering in choosing suppliers by determining selection
criteria for preferred suppliers and leading the team effort to
evaluate preferred suppliers.
Deliver the following Quality deliverables: pFMEA, Process
Validations, FAI, and Cpk by leading suppliers through the pFMEA
development, determining process validation requirements,
evaluating process capability with supplier as well as judging FAI
Leads/participates in continuous improvement initiatives focused on
material cost reduction, capacity/efficiency improvement, and
streamlining of supply chain.
Ensure compliance to quality management system and regulatory
requirements by leading and mentoring auditors for QMS audits.
Manage detailed projects of design transfers internally and/or
externally by leading efforts with little guidance/mentoring from
Drive suppliers to continually improve their business and
manufacturing process performance to meet business requirements for
supplier excellence using a collection of best practices in project
management, Six Sigma, Lean, SPC and negotiation by leading these
efforts without managerial guidance at several suppliers
Support corrective actions for supplier process by driving
suppliers to true root cause analysis and corrective and Preventive
Driving change to specifications as necessary by understanding and
changing specifications and drawings including driving the ECO
process to implementation.
Identify and investigate opportunities for cost reduction and/or
quality improvement by evaluating opportunities and creating
strategies and provides data-driven plans to management.
Minimum BS degree in Engineering or equivalent with 10 years
related experience in manufacturing engineering with focus on
Supplier Quality and/or Supplier Development or related field.
Demonstrable knowledge of a wide range of manufacturing processes
including understanding of key input variables for quality, cost
and capacity (specialization can be in metal fabrication, plastics,
electronics, and/or contract manufacturing).
Demonstrated knowledge of mechanical assembly, testing, and
inspection processes and Lean principles.
Excellent Project Management skills.
Excellent analytical skills along with good judgment.
Demonstrable knowledge in evaluating and challenging supplier
technical, quality, and business capabilities.
Excellent knowledge of 21 CFR part 820 and ISO 13485.
Significant computer experience using Windows, Word, Excel, Access
and ERP Information Systems, preferably SAP.
Ability to read and interpret detailed mechanical drawings and
communicate technical information.
Proven ability to motivate suppliers.
Ability to travel up to 10% of the time to suppliers on an as
needed basis - domestic and international.
CAD experience with 3D modeling tools.
Experience in a high-volume medical device company.
A proven history of implementing Lean/6 Sigma/SPC Programs at
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
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