Packaging Engineer


My name is Ryan Tokos and I represent The Fountain Group. We are a national staffing firm and are currently seeking a Packaging Engineer II for a prominent client of ours. This position is located in Raynham, MA. Details for the position are as follows:

Job Description:
The Package Project Engineer will work under the leadership of the Package Development Management to support the execution of package development projects for both new and existing medical devices. The position also supports continuous improvements as well as problem resolution and redesign when required for legacy packaging both in-house and at external manufacturers. The individual will be responsible for identification and validation of package materials and suppliers. They will work in compliance with relevant standards. The position will also be responsible to lead and/or participate in harmonization/standardization, quality risk remediation/reduction and continuous improvement projects that may span across several business units. They shall develop, track and maintain project plans and budgets for projects.

Process development experience desirable.
Must be able to lead and/or support multiple project teams simultaneously is required.
Experience with Project Management Excellence is a plus.
Knowledge of sterile packaging material characteristics and validation practices are preferred.
Experience in writing and executing design and process validations preferred.
Experience in supplier selection/management for medical device components and equipment is preferred.
The candidate should be an excellent communicator - both across and up with experience communicating and experience presenting.
The candidate must be proficient with the use of Microsoft Office applications.
Ability to complete financial analyses for capital purchases, estimate manufacturing costs, and estimate component costs is preferred.
Travel up to 10% may be required.

If you are interested in hearing more about the position please respond to this posting with your resume attached.

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