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Role Summary: The Manufacturing Test Engineer is recognized as a key technology leader within the test and manufacturing engineering domain at GE Healthcare. This position is responsible for the design, implementation, documentation, and qualification of manufacturing test systems and processes in support of NPI and “Lean Test” initiatives.
Essential Responsibilities: The test engineer will develop test processes that ensure high product quality and deliver significant manufacturing productivity. Collaboration with AME and LEAN COE’s is critical to identifying, sharing, and integrating global test best practices and achieving test technology implementation goals.
• Lead test system development projects, including concept, architecture, documentation, design, prototype, test, supplier interfaces, qualification, and manufacturing implementation. • Collaborate with product design engineering teams to generate and rationalize requirements for test software/system design. • Identify hardware and software requirements, and design product interface fixtures needed to fulfil product performance & manufacturing test requirements. • Responsible for software development lifecycle, leveraging Agile Software Development methodologies to drive reliability upstream into the development life cycle. • Ensure early focus on design for testability (DFT) in NPI and/or Advanced Technology programs. • Drive rigor in process capability assessment (Gage R&R), and LEAN test process layout. • Monitor and improve productivity through the use of LEAN & Six Sigma tools, while ensuring all customer commitments are timely, cost-conscious, and met with quality. • Ensure quality and regulatory compliance through design & equipment qualification. • Interact with other manufacturing locations to promote consistency and maximize synergies between common product and test methodologies. • Mentor and educate other team members.
Quality Specific Goals:
1. Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position. 2. Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines. 3. Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required. 4. Knowledge and understanding of document control, design transfer, verification, validation, acceptance activity, DMR, DHR and electronic signature requirements to ensure that product, equipment, tools, processes, software, training and documentation meet requirements.
Qualifications/Requirements: • B.S. Degree Electrical, Biomedical, Automation, or related engineering discipline • Scripting language experience (ie. python, perl, etc.) • Unix/Linux experience, administration, creating scripts and .iso installation packages • Demonstrated ability to lead/execute manufacturing technology or automation projects • Experience developing equipment documentation deliverables such as BOM, schematics, detailed design documents, qualification protocols, user manuals, etc. • Demonstrated technical, troubleshooting, analytical, and planning expertise • Demonstrated strong communication skills (written and verbal) to all levels of the organization • Willingness to travel up to 10%
Desired Characteristics: • 7+ years industrial experience in Manufacturing Engineering • Strong problem solving abilities and capable of articulating specific technical topics or assignments • Excellent communication skills and the ability to interface with senior leadership with confidence and clarity • National Instruments LabView and TestStand software experience • Able to work well with global teams, including time-zone flexibility • Demonstrated Lean/Six-Sigma practitioner or certification • Experience driving high impact manufacturing productivity projects • Experience working in a highly regulated manufacturing environment (i.e. medical, aviation) • Able to work under minimal supervision
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