Lead Process Development Engineer - new job in Chester, UK

Lead Process Development Engineer
  • £40,000 - £55,000 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Chester, Cheshire, England, UK Chester Cheshire UK CH5 2NU
Job Ref: J2166035
Sector: Engineering
Sub-sector: Medical Devices
Date Added: 27 July 2022
Are you an experienced Process Development Engineer? Have you worked in the chemicals or printing indusrty? Apply now!

Process Development Lead Engineer - Northwest

SRG are again collaborating with a global medical device company based at their site in the Northwest. We're in the search for an experienced process engineer that can develop manufacturing processes. A background in printing is highly preferred as this role key responsibility is to deposit aqueous and solvent base coatings to thin film and woven substrates. Offering a hybrid working approach.

Key responsibilities:

* Lead the design and development of processes that meet the required concept with smooth transition into manufacture, assuring compliance with regulatory and safety procedures.

* Provide DFM inputs to the R&D teams throughout the whole product cycle.

* Develop and manage relationships with service, equipment, and technology providers.

* Work in compliance to company procedures laws and policies.


* Degree qualified in a Mechanical or Chemical Engineering, Materials Science or equivalent.

* Significant experience with solution coating processes and tool hardware development.

* Experienced with coating failure analysis, new test development, and reliability testing standards* Demonstrate a full understanding of the validation process and experienced in all aspects and deliverables within that process, covering URS/POP/FAT/SAT/IQ/OQ/PQ.

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26/08/2022 12:39:42
GBP 40000.00 55000 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Kyle Stevenson

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