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Role Summary: We are looking for an experienced Development Engineer (Mechanical/Electrical) within Chemistry Systems, Core Imaging. You will be responsible for electrical and mechanical design of PET synthesizers. As a part of a small new team of 12, you will have a unique opportunity to help build an organization from the start with the benefit of guidance and support from other established business teams.
Essential Responsibilities: In addition, the position encompasses high-level concept design, translation of customer requirements to design inputs, development and test, manufacturability and serviceability.
• Working with cross-functional teams to complete subsystem and system verification and validation
• Developing innovative designs to meet all requirements for performance, reliability, serviceability, cost and manufacturability
• Analyzing and validating material/component selection, tolerances, performance, cost, manufacturability
• Evaluating and prioritizing pertinent business tasks with limited information
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
Some years’ relevant work experience (work or educational background) in machine design
Experience with 2D/3D mechanical computer aided design, preferably Creo.
Basic understanding of materials, properties, and manufacturing processes
General project leadership skills.
Ability to work independently.
Customer focused: strong interpersonal skills, ability to listen to customer, build relationships, and work under pressure
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