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Associate Project Manager

Responsibilities Associate Project Manager will compliantly implement and maintain Cogmedix Program Management and Customer Management strategies through direct management of delegated tasks (projects) from Program Managers. Associate Project Manager may be responsible for overseeing and reporting on program management activities, including, but not limited to those related to BOMs, drawings, work instructions, ECO’s, redlines, DHR routings, process validation, product shipment and export control, work order release, open order reports, and other support as required. Associate Project Managers may collaborate and support production scheduling, manufacturing lead times, coordination of company resources, and the control of project costs in order to achieve project success and quoted profitability. Associate Project Manager will frequently communicate directly with customers, ensuring at all times compliance with the Cogmedix Quality System. Associate Project Manager is responsible for identifying customer requirements and determining if additional documentation is needed to meet customer expectations and compliance requirements. The Associate Project Manager participates in the customer quotation process and may manage some or all of the following: Reviews quote package and determines labor and material requirements. Leads the quotation development to live order conversion process with guidance from their Program Manager. Sort bids into commercial and custom packages for review with Program Managers. May communicate directly with the customer regarding questions that arise during the quotation process. Maintains adherence to the formal Quotation Log and provides updates to Program Managers...

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Program Manager

Responsibilities The Program Manager is accountable for the overall program success throughout the full product lifecycle, from proposal through manufacturing NPI (New Product Introduction) and full production, while maintaining strict compliance with the Cogmedix Quality System, 21 CFR 820, and ISO 13485. Success is measured by business metrics, audit results, and customer satisfaction. Program Managers may be responsible for multiple Programs within one customer or multiple customers. Principal point of contact with customer, responsible for building quality relationships with key stakeholders that result in a valued and trusted relationship, customer satisfaction, and continued strategic business expansion opportunities. This begins by early assignment of a Program Manager as the leader of the Customer Success Team. Provide regular program status update reports to customers and senior management that highlights status against key milestones, issues, risks and mitigations impacting performance, schedule and cost. Principal point of contact with senior management, responsible for presenting regular concise program status updates, and ensuring timely resolution to critical program issues. Responsible for Program performance including NPI, process validation, schedules, milestones, materials management strategy, SO and WO aging, excess and obsolete material disposition, and quotation vs. manufacturing cost accuracy (gross margin). Responsible for ensuring status reports are thorough, accurate, and completed at specified intervals. Responsible for the change management process with the customer to ensure appropriate and timely coverage for additional efforts, out of scope activities, material...

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Buyer

Job Summary The Buyer position provides a single point of contact for the procurement and availability of materials required for manufacture of customer’s products.  Working with Epicor applications, this individual interfaces with project managers and production planners to create a materials availability plan to produce to. This position’s specific responsibilities include placing purchase orders on suppliers, managing delivery schedules, ensuring on-time delivery of quality materials, and managing inventory to meet service levels and inventory turn-over targets.. Duties and Responsibilities Under moderate supervision performs tasks associated with the role of tactical buyer, in support of commodity management, project management and manufacturing operations. As Buy Reports are generated by the ERP system, review to identify and action all buy, defer, expedite, or cancelation signals for their appropriate parts portfolio. Negotiate at time of order placement any additional material discounts and/or terms. Publish supplier open order reports to custom parts suppliers and communicate any issues to production. Analyze buy messages to maximize VPA and discount terms agreements with Tier 1 & 2 suppliers. Work with Production Planners to ensure material availability to maximize production capacity. Review ECN’s and recommend material effectivity date involving new and/or parts substitutions to production planner. Ensure all purchased materials are in-house on time, and at acceptable quality levels. Generate actions plans when criteria are not met. Qualifications BS/BA degree or equivalent experience in technical or business field...

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Electrical Engineer II

Job Summary The Electrical Engineer (II) is responsible for design, development and support of new product development initiatives for a wide variety of clients. Products and projects include electronics and electrical enclosures, PCB development, industrial capital equipment, automation systems, and consumer products.. Duties and Responsibilities Responsible for commercial/industrial controls design, component selection, test and debug. Responsible for PCB, control panel, component, and cable/harness designs from initial design through final fabrication documentation. Create electrical system documentation and execute Engineering Change Orders including schematics, block diagrams, wiring diagrams, cable drawings, bills of material, net lists. Some experience in generation of work breakdown structures and associated schedules for electrical engineering related activities, with a systems level perspective, with key requirements being accurate estimating, and execution of, time and materials required. Provide design/analysis of servo- and stepper-based electro-mechanical drives. Design and debug power distribution systems for a wide range of capital equipment. Experienced in the direction of activities of more junior level Electrical Engineers, Electrical Designers or Technicians. Proficient with the use of standard electrical test equipment; oscilloscope, voltmeter, frequency counter, current probe. Intermediate skill in PCB design, fabrication, tests, and evaluations. Capability to design to compliance initiatives and interface with compliance laboratories – UL, NFPA, CSA, FCC, CE, etc. Some experience with DFM, FMEA and other development practices. Interface with suppliers and customers on designs and specifications as needed. Transition of prototype...

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EM Assembler II

Job Summary Working under 50-80% supervision, the EM Assembler II performs a variety of assembly operations associated with a wide variety of electrical and mechanical products, according to written procedures, drawings, and established workmanship standards. Build mechanical assemblies, electrical assemblies, pneumatic assemblies and small complex biomedical devices. Duties and Responsibilities Work from written instructions that provide detailed methods and sequence of assembly operations using a bill of materials, wiring diagrams and assembly drawings. Assemble and fabricate assemblies using company-supplied hand and power tools. Interface with Engineering and Quality Assurance regarding assembly requirements, workmanship standards and customer product specifications. Learn new product builds and transfer knowledge to other assemblers. Assemble electrical panels and electrical boxes and troubleshooting if required. Prepare point-to-point wiring according to wire run-list and diagram. Integrate sub-assemblies, electrical panels, chassis, power supplies and connecting cables. Performed processes utilizing tools such as calipers and micrometers. Work independently and with groups ranging from 2-8 people. Qualifications High School diploma or GED with experience, prefer technical school. Strong attention to detail, focus, and highest standards for quality. PC hardware, software installation and configuration experience. Good communication skills (English), both written and verbal. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Able to analyze problems and offer solutions. Clean room environment experience a plus. Experience with complex panels, multiple components and large wire run lists a plus. Experience with large-scale capital equipment...

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EM Assembler III

Job Summary Working with little to no supervision, the EM Assembler performs a variety of assembly operations associated with a wide variety of electrical and mechanical products, according to written procedures, drawings, and established workmanship standards. Build capital equipment, bench top assemblies, mechanical assemblies, electrical assemblies, pneumatic assemblies, hydraulic pumps, small complex biomedical devices, and electrical components. Duties and Responsibilities Work from written instructions that provide detailed methods and sequence of assembly operations using a bill of materials, wiring diagrams and assembly drawings. Assemble and fabricate assemblies using company-supplied hand and power tools. Interface with Engineering and Quality Assurance regarding assembly requirements, workmanship standards and customer product specifications. Work with customers to learn new product builds and transfer knowledge to other assemblers. Assemble electrical panels and electrical boxes and troubleshooting if required. Conduct final assembly, functionality testing, hi pot testing and final calibration. Prepare point-to-point wiring according to wire run-list and diagram in large electrical panels. Integrate sub-assemblies, electrical panels, chassis, power supplies and connecting cables. Inspect and calibrate final products as needed Assemble products per assembly process specifications. Performed processes utilizing tools such as calipers and micrometers. Strong ability to assemble, disassemble and repair. Work independently and with groups ranging from 2-8 people. Qualifications High School diploma or GED with experience, prefer technical school. Strong attention to detail, focus, and highest standards for quality. Experience working effectively with...

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Manufacturing Engineer

Job Summary Review and Evaluation product design files and documentation to estimate and labor, materials, tooling, and other process costs required to support volume manufacturing of complex capital equipment across a variety of industries including; medical, robotics, life sciences, printing, and semiconductor manufacturing. Duties and Responsibilities Confers with prospective customers, internal production, engineering, and purchasing resources to determine product and build resource requirements / specifications. Estimates production times, staffing requirements, and related costs to provide information for quote preparation. Development of models and analytical tools to improve labor quoting efficiency. Management of labor estimation quote queue to ensure delivery of estimates to required schedules. Follow up of estimates to actuals on won business for process optimization. Formulate measurable recommendations and strategies that will enhance our competitiveness. Assist buyers and engineers on best sourcing solution based on specific opportunities. Qualifications BS in Engineering or equivalent experience in technical or manufacturing operations. 2 years recent manufacturing engineering, labor quoting, or process engineering experience, preferably in manufacturing industry. Strong manufacturing process development; analytical and problem solving skills. Experience with CAD tools work instruction development. Excellent communication skills (written, verbal, and interpersonal). Proficient in MS Excel and PLM systems. Ability to work in a fast paced & changing environment. Working Environment Generally works in an office environment, but may occasionally be required to perform job duties outside of the typical office setting. Physical...

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IT Support Specialist

Job Summary The IT Support Specialist conducts maintenance of the computer desktop environment by analyzing requirements, resolving problems, installing hardware and software solutions, and supporting the Helpdesk. Responsible for administration and internal support of the Company’s PCs, printers, phones, and related IT equipment. Tasks include end user support, license tracking, and performing PC maintenance, upgrades and configurations. Duties and Responsibilities Provide technical assistance and support for incoming issues related to computer systems, software, and hardware. Respond either in person, over the phone, or e-mail. Manage PC setup and deployment for new associates. Ask questions to determine nature of problem. Walk associates through problem-solving processes. Educate associates on computer use and troubleshooting. Maintain daily performance of computer systems. Install, modify, and repair computer hardware, software, and peripherals. Follow up with associates to ensure issue has been resolved for high level satisfaction. Gain feedback from associates about computer usage. Work with other team members and escalate when required. Qualifications Experience with troubleshooting PC’s, laptops, printers, network connectivity, mobile and wireless devices, copiers, and scanners. Demonstrates expertise with Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office products. Good listening, written and oral communication skills with the ability and interest in delivering exceptional customer service to the associates. Problem solving skills and ability to cope with new and different problems. Self-initiative and motivation to work without requiring strict supervision. Ability and desire to learn new skills...

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