- Microsoft Word
- Analysis Skills
INNOVATION STARTS WITH YOU
Are you interested in working for an organization that is making a difference in people’s lives every day? We’re a medical devices company that develops innovative neuroendovascular technologies for the treatment of vascular disease. We’re a high-growth, customer-focused company with an entrepreneurial spirit producing some of the most reliable and technologically advanced products supported by proven clinical data. Take a closer look at what MicroVention® TERUMO has to offer.
Engineer in Training (EIT) Rotation Program
This 24-month rotational program is designed to train new Engineers on various aspects of MicroVention - Terumo technology, procedures, and processes. All candidates will be assigned a Mentor, as well as an Advisor to oversee their program succession, and will be provided with additional classroom training. Successful candidates will have three (3) eight-month rotations. These rotations include one (1) required rotation and two (2) optional rotations from the following areas:
Research & Development (R&D)
Receiving/Production Specification Analysis
The Engineer I (EIT) supports development of medical device products with work including writing or verifying specifications, designing new products, fixtures, test processes, equipment and specifying raw materials to ensure the concepts and/or prototypes meet their requirements. Typical job duties might include:
Developing new product concepts and products.
Engineering design and process development.
Generating intellectual property and writing invention disclosures.
Supervising assemblers, technicians, and specialists.
Largely self-directed, capable of meeting project goals with moderate supervision.
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Chemistry or other related discipline.
Zero to two (2) years of experience in medical devices, manufacturing and/or technical development.
Demonstrated experience reading & preparing technical documentation.
Knowledge of standard machine shop equipment & processes, and working knowledge of medical device manufacturing equipment and processes.
Computer experience and skills including MS Word, Excel and CAD.
Strong analytical capability and organization skills.
Good interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment and autonomously.
Knowledge of medical device materials and processes: adhesives, plastics/polymers, metals, laser-welding, laser-cutting, braiding, and lamination.
SolidWorks or PRO/E proficiency (Preferred)
US - United States