Engineer, Intermediate, Abbott Point of Care (Ottawa) Job in Ottawa, ON at Abbott Laboratories
Abbott Point of Care is a worldwide leader in providing with-patient care solutions that are intuitive, reliable, and cost-effective for our customers. By delivering lab-quality results in minutes, our i-STAT® System family of with-patient products and services fosters a collaborative, patient-centered environment while driving operational performance. We are headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, with more than 1,500 global employees and a presence in 84 countries. Our 46,500 square meter, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, Abbott Point of Care, is located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
As a member of Cartridge Assembly Engineering, you will contribute to the team’s success by supporting manufacturing operations, to ensure optimal mechanical performance of high speed automated assembly lines and their associated production yields.
Identification, development and implementation of process improvement initiatives.
Investigations into product and process problems, root cause analysis, implementation of changes, and development of documentation and reactions schemes.
Investigations into non-conformances (NCRs) and documentation of findings and Corrective Actions in Quality Reports (QRs),
Improvement in automated vision systems in assembly for the following: robustness/scrap, downtime, or implementation of new inspections for specific defects,
and the maintenance of machine vision systems in compliance with FDA regulations.
Supporting various assembly processes and equipment.
Mixture of process sustaining and project work, along with supporting the quality system.
Required Education and Experience:
A Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Applied Science (Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical, Electrical or equivalent).
One to three years of experience in an automated manufacturing environment with high-speed automated machinery.
Working knowledge of statistics, process control methods, data analysis, Lean Manufacturing, and statistical techniques,
Proven technical, creative, and implementation skills to contribute to process reliability and product manufacturability/performance,
Strong interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills are mandatory.
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills,
Proficiency with MS Office.
The individual must be flexible and be able to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. This position requires someone who can work Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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About the Company
Company: Abbott Laboratories
Company Location: Ottawa, ON