New Product Introduction (NPI) Engineering Co-op

Website Abiomed

https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareerpvt?jobId=12634&company=abiomedinc&st=017384443182234CD75CBA0BB496EC258B3F95CD

 

Abiomed is a fast-paced medical device company with a portfolio of percutaneous heart pumps that impact the lives of patients around the world. Coops are exposed to multiple areas in Engineering with a focus on providing mentoring and learning opportunities through a growing curriculum.

 

Scope of Work:

The New Product Introduction (NPI) team is responsible for the design, development, improvement and validation of manufacturing processes, tooling, and fixtures in order to meet manufacturability requirements for new and existing products. They lead the transition of new products and approaches into production by pushing design for manufacturability early in the design phase, and pulling product into production when the design is complete.

 

Brief Job Description:
The student will:

Assist senior staff in the development of new manufacturing procedures, inspections, fixtures and tooling.
Prepare procedures and protocols for verification and validation activities (IQ / OQ / PQ).
Prepare feasibility and formal test samples through manual, semi-automated, and automated assembly.
Assist in set up and execution of engineering tests .
Analyze test data and prepare reports.
Assist senior staff in presentations to project management of results.
Qualifications:

Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Graduate student pursuing a degree in mechanical or biomedical engineering.
Demonstrated strong analytical skills (e.g. engineering and statistical analysis).
Demonstrated communication skills, both written and verbal.
Knowledge of Solidworks preferred.

To apply for this job email your details to talentacquisition@abiomed.com

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