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Process Engineer I - Electrical
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Applied Medical Distribution Corporation | Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
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Job Description


Applied Medical is a new generation medical device company with a proven business model and commitment to innovation that has fueled our rapid business growth and expansion. Applied Medical has been developing and manufacturing advanced surgical technologies for nearly 30 years, and has earned a strong reputation in healthcare. Our dedication to delivering the highest quality products and unique business positioning, provides our team members with the unique ability to contribute in a larger capacity than is possible in typical positions.

Position Description

As a Process Engineer I - Electrical, you will be responsible for working within the framework of a team and performing the following activities:

Receive guidance to complete the following:

* Sustain manufacturing processes
* Debug manufacturing processes and equipment via root cause analysis
* Run, observe and expedite shop orders
* Develop and update engineering documents such as process maps, process FMEA, Manufacturing/Quality Instructions, test methods, drawings, and test reports
* Collaborate with the Production team to identify capabilities and capacity
* Collaborate with the Engineering team for equipment selection, design and development

Position Requirements

This position requires the following skills and attributes:

* Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Software, Biomedical, Industrial, or Manufacturing Engineering (or equivalent)
* Proficient at reading schematics (i.e. Altium), generating spreadsheets, scheduling programs, and word processing
* Knowledgeable on a variety of electronic circuits
* Ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams
* Effective oral and written communication skills
* Must have a technical aptitude and be detail-oriented
* Familiar with electronic lab equipment


* Experience in engineering (i.e. internships or co-ops)
* Engineering capstone projects related to electronic or medical devices
* Working knowledge of PCBA manufacturing and troubleshooting
* Working knowledge of Statistical Process Control
* Experience with technical writing
* Understanding of manufacturing and quality standards, including FDA regulations and ISO quality systems


* Training and mentorship with ongoing learning and development courses
* On-campus wellness activities
* Comprehensive medical and dental coverage
* Education reimbursement program
* 401(k) program with employer match
* Generous vacation accrual and paid holiday schedule