Manufacturing Engineer

Location: Caesarea, Remote


Duties and responsibilities:

The manufacturing engineer is part of the team responsible for all technical aspects of the products being manufactured in the production through their life cycle, including all relevant production tools and jigs, and ensure smooth production and proper documentation

  • Manage New Products Introduction processes, from R&D and initial prototype to mass production and products stabilization

  • Taking active part in the ECO’s process, ensure all production and engineering aspects are well covered, and drive its implementation and training in the production

  • Design, duplicate and maintenance of production test tools and jigs within the production floor and at sub-contractors, including SW and HW installation

  • Lead failure analysis and yield improvements, and implement corrective and preventive actions to improve products quality

  • Taking active part in process validation planning and performing for new processes and tools in production

  • Lead Lean and cost reduction activities for production process improvements and new technologies to achieve efficient production processes

  • Document, write, and maintain proper production work instruction

  • Engineering support for the manufacturing facility

  • Ensure and maintain proper production files, including drawings, technical specifications, work instructions, etc., for all products, jigs, and tools

  • Support purchasing, suppliers and sub-contractors with technical aspects, sourcing, and second source qualification

  • Communication with manufacturers and suppliers regarding regulatory approvals and manufacturer declarations such as RoHS, REACH, etc.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or similar relevant field - a must

  • 3+ years’ experience in manufacturing engineering with multi-disciplinary products - a must

  • Experience with medical device production environment and medical device quality and regulatory requirements

  • Experience with high volume production processes and relevant low-cost manufacturing technologies

  • Experience with NPI and ECO’s processes and implementation

  • Experience with CAD and PLM systems

  • Hands on expertise in developing and implementing projects and solutions for yield improvements and cost reductions 

  • Exceptional attention to details, ability to multi-task and work under pressure with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills

  • Professional work ethic, team player, with strong Interpersonal, and communication skills

  • Highly organized, motivated, and independent person

  • very high level of Hebrew and English - spoken and written - a must

  • The job is on-site, in our production facility in Caesarea