Posted in Architecture 7 days ago.
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Location: Westminster, Colorado
Responsible for providing product development services to support both sustaining and new product development. Responsible for the design, development, and processing of implants and instruments under the direction of a project leader or manager. Good communication, teamwork and organizational skills are essential. CAD experience and an understanding of human physiology and joint mechanics is required.
• Maintains and improves controlled technical documents such as engineering prints, bill of materials, risk management files, design input/output matrices. • Designs for manufacturability, inspectability, and optimum cost • Generates prototype models to evaluate new design concepts • Participates in product evaluation with surgeons • Generates comprehensive protocols for testing/analyzing the product • Generates design control documentation for the project
• Familiarity with geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) • Familiarity with 3-D modeling CAD software (e.g. Solidworks, Creo, NX) • Ability to balance quality, compliance and safety to meet customer requirements • Ability to effectively work within a cross-functional team to complete critical project tasks • Ability to handle and prioritize multiple small to medium complexity project assignments and complete work in a timely manner • Good problem solving skills through the use of quality and statistical tools • Good written and verbal communication skills • Microsoft Office Suite and Project
be actively enrolled in an academic program for the entire duration of the assignment. • Minimum status as a sophomore in a Bachelors Degree engineering program: Mechanical or Biomechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, or Biomedical Engineering. • GPA of 3.2+ preferred
None; optional opportunities may be available.