Shire Device Development Engineer in Lexington, Massachusetts
- The Engineer will contribute technical efforts for drug delivery device projects. As a hands-on technical engineer and device subject matter expert (SME), this person will provide project and engineering support in the concept, feasibility, development, qualification and launch phases of device development. Area of focus will include identification of user needs, specification development, prototyping, test development, design verification and validation testing, risk assessments, equipment development oversight. Extensive collaboration with internal and external partners.
Provide project and technical support on cross functional teams for devices through clinical development, product registration and commercialization. Lead the creation of design control elements to comply with medical device regulations. – 25%
Establish and maintain detailed project plans, define risks and recommend contingency plans as required. 25%
Support technical lead and DPL all project execution activities and oversee the development of statistically sound design verification protocols/reports and design validation. – 20%
Establish and foster strong collaborative relationships with external design/development, manufacturing partners and service providers. 25%
Lead or assist in deviation, complaint and failure investigations. 5%
A Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Engineering required.
0 - 3 years’ experience in the field of medical device or combination product development and commercialization is required.
Prior experience in collaboration with external partner a plus.
Knowledge of global industry standards (ex: ISO, AAMI, ANSI, etc..).
Strong hands on technical skills; a track record of delivering new products to market a plus.
Strong communication skills (written and verbal), including experience presenting in front of multidisciplinary audiences, is desirable.
Working knowledge of solid works desirable.
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