Mechanical Engineer III

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A minimum of a BS Engineering degree in Mechanical, Materials or Biomedical Engineering with a minimum of 10 years relevant engineering experience or MS Engineering degree with 8 years of relevant engineering experience is required for this role.
Prior experience in developing new processes is required. Medical device industry experience is preferred with some level of regulated industry knowledge required.
Familiarity with ISO 13485 Design Control, and manufacturing process IQ, OQ, PQ qualifications as related to medical devices is required. Six Sigma Process Excellence knowledge is required with certification at the Black belt level preferred.
Experience in some special processes such as polymer processing (compounding, extrusion, fusing), metal processing (machining, laser cutting, polishing), welding, coil winding, equipment & tool design is required.
Process automation knowledge for small scale assembly is preferred.
Knowledge of Design for Manufacturability in plastics, metals and small scale assembly processes is required.
Knowledge of financial accounting and analysis methods to assess product standard costs, project values, and capital requirements is required.
Leadership experience in managing technical relationships with external suppliers and OEMs is required.
Strong communication, team building, and cross-functional coordination skills is required.
Company Description:
dinaliC, with corporate headquarters in Philadelphia, PA, is a global managed service provider with a client focused approach to Talent Resource Management Solutions. dinaliC is a minority and certified WBENC woman owned business enterprise and holds a Tier 1 Preferred Supplier status with many Fortune 500 companies. The company is committed to identifying the best talent available while employing a value-added, diligent, and cost-effective approach to staff augmentation, contingent workforce solutions, recruitment process outsourcing, talent management and executive recruiting.

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