Senior R&D Mechanical Engineer - Life Cycle Engineer
Would you like to be a part of a fast growing MedTech company? Would you like to lead and coordinate product sustaining activities across endoscope product areas? Are you able to make product development and engineering processes more efficient and robust? Then Ambu may be your next career move …
Ambu is an international and inspiring company with ambitious growth targets. We develop, produce and sell medical devices and we are experiencing massive success. To ensure continued success, we are looking for a Senior R&D Mechanical Engineer to further develop our product innovation and sustaining activities.
In this newly established and challenging position, you will be an active contributor in the global innovation team driving and providing product expertise in sustaining activities related to endoscopes products as well as working with new product development.
As our new Senior R&D Mechanical Engineer, you will be a part of the Global Innovation organisation and join our Mechanical Engineering team. The position is based at the Ambu headquarter in Ballerup and you will report the Director for the Mechanical Engineering team.
Take part in all phases and across the organisation
As Senior R&D Mechanical Engineer, you will play a vital role in the product life cycle for our endoscopes – including taking part in the front-end activities. When responsible for the product life cycle, you will have a high degree of influence on the end-product, just as you will have a great impact on our business.
Your primary responsibilities:
- Coordinate and lead product support and sustaining activities across product areas and across the organisation.
- Perform medical device changes, enhancements and corrections founded in structured root cause analyses, risk analysis and customer feedback, incl. the mechanical design, where you will be responsible for designing plastic parts and mechanisms when performing design changes on our devices.
- Design Control of medical devices, incl. requirements engineering, safety risk management and verification & validation.
- Securing product quality, safety and compliance within regulatory requirements for medical devices.
- Documentation and testing according to FDA and ISO requirements.
- Lead assigned corrective and preventive actions as part of ongoing continuous improvement objectives.
- To identify user/stakeholder needs through participation in the project start-up phase.
You will have a job with high and broad impact, and you will work in a cross functional and international environment with colleague from sites in e.g. Malaysia, China, and Germany.
Experienced medical device engineer
To succeed in this position, you will need to have a minimum of 8 years of experience with product development and sustaining activities for medical devices – preferably single-use devices. You need to have extensive experience with mechanical design of plastic parts and materials in general and you have worked with development of new testing methods for verification of products/components. You also need to have experience with mechanics and software/hardware interaction. It is natural for you to work with subcontractors and suppliers.
Due to your long experience in the MedTech industry you are also well grounded in your experience with documentation of the work according to FDA/ISO guidelines/ requirements, e.g. design control, requirements engineering, safety risk management.
You have a practical, structured and systematic approach focusing on securing progress and delivering high quality results. You are pro-active, committed, can work independently and you take responsibility for your own tasks. In the position as Senior R&D Mechanical Engineer, you will be participating in cross-organisational activities, therefore you must have good collaboration and coordination skills.
Ambu is a global company and English is our corporate language. Therefore, it is important that you communicate fluently in English.
Ambu – a visionary and international workplace where your efforts make a difference
Ambu is a company that expands rapidly and has ambitious growth targets. We meet these targets through interdisciplinary teamwork between motivated and highly skilled employees. Your contributions and efforts are crucial to our success. By joining us, you will get the opportunity to work in an international head office with an informal and cross-functional working environment.
We offer a wide range of professional, social and financial employee benefits along with exciting job challenges and career opportunities contributing to your job satisfaction.
How to apply
If you are ready to apply for the position, please apply as soon as possible. We will invite candidates for interviews on a continuous basis so no need to hesitate. This job ad may be available until 31st May 2020.
You can get additional information about the job and about Ambu by contacting Director, Mechanical Engineering Niels Bjerrum Thomsen +45 7225 2000.
Your application will be treated confidentially.
Since 1937, breakthrough ideas have fuelled our work on bringing efficient healthcare solutions to life. This is what we create within our fields of excellence – Anaesthesia, Patient Monitoring & Diagnostics, and Emergency Care. Millions of patients and healthcare professionals worldwide depend on the functionality and performance of our products. We are dedicated to improve patient safety and determined to advance single-use devices. The manifestations of our efforts range from early inventions like the Ambu Bag™ resuscitator and the legendary BlueSensor™ electrodes to our newest landmark solutions like the Ambu aScope™ – the world’s first single-use flexible endoscope. Our commitment to bringing new ideas and superior service to our customers has made Ambu one of the most recognized medical companies in the world. Headquartered near Copenhagen in Denmark, Ambu employs approximately 3,100 people in Europe, North America and the Asia Pacific. For more information, please visit www.ambu.com
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