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Product Development Engineer

Job Order ID 3284
Province/State New York
City Bohemia

Posted Date 8/5/2019

Brief Description


Our $1B global client makes laboratory and research products that enable the biopharmaceutical industry to be at the forefront in the development and advancement of treatments for serious diseases.


The R&D team based in Bohemia, Long Island, NY is responsible for product development activities from early concept all the way to launched product bringing new bioprocessing products to the market for single-use freeze/thaw systems.  This role will be focused on mechanical and system engineering activities including design, specification, and qualification of disposables and equipment used for freeze/thaw systems as well as overall management of the project through commercial launch.  


Responsibilities include:

  • Serve as technical leader of a core team overseeing projects from concept through commercialization using a phase gate approach
  • Develop systems for use within a regulated industry including electromechanical assemblies, consumables, and software
  • Design and evaluate prototypes using a combination of internal and external resources to verify compliance with requirements and process robustness
  • Transfer designs to internal/external manufacturing teams.  Oversee product qualification then maintain a support role throughout product life cycle (change management, root cause investigations, etc.)
  • Recommend and implement engineering process improvements
  • Work and communicate cross-functionally about technical and non-technical aspects of the work

Requirement Note

You will need:

  • 3 or more years in product development in a regulated (pharma or medical equipment) industry
  • Experience with plastic fabrication techniques such as molding or thermoforming
  • Knowledge of 3D modeling programs (Creo, SolidWorks, Inventor)
  • BS degree in mechanical engineering or related discipline
  • demonstrated ability to work on complex multi-disciplinary problems in a fast paced environment