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​​​​​​Senior Manufacturing Engineer

InkSpace Imaging is an award-winning medical device manufacturer specializing in creating lightweight and flexible MRI receive coils for Diagnostic Imaging and Multi-modality systems. Their body arrays allow radiologists to customize MRI experiences for individual patients that improve treatment outcomes and enhance patient-centered care. The breakthroughs led by InkSpace Imaging are setting new standards in radiology, making them a leader in the field.

As the Sr. Manufacturing Engineer, you will focus on sustaining existing processes, increasing capacity
with contract manufacturers, reducing scrap/rework, improving safety, and implementing process
improvements in a medical device manufacturing environment. You will also be responsible for the
electronic ink printing process so experience in lithography and or screen printing is highly desired.

Additional responsibilities:

  • Ensure electronic assembly and screen printing manufacturing processes run consistently and meet performance targets by reducing costs, maximizing efficiency, and minimizing manufacturing loss

  • Sustain and improve the existing manufacturing line by implement SPC

  • Improve manufacturing processes by leveraging lean principles, good manufacturing practices and six sigma methodologies to reduce costs through the elimination of waste in the value stream

  • Support and manage the contract manufacturers.

  • Lead engineering projects and track project progress, present periodic status updates to key stakeholders and works to resolve obstacles

  • Design and build fixtures, equipment and tools as needed to increase efficiency, ergonomics, safety and quality

  • Collaborate with other engineers to analyze manufacturing/assembly issues and identify, test and implement the most effective solutions in a timely manner

  • Conduct equipment and process validations, qualifications and verifications

  • Drive process change by initiating, executing and reviewing Engineering Change Orders

  • Develop, maintain, and improve manufacturing processes using pFMEA Foster an environment of continuous improvement and provide support to internal customers

  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to transfer new products into production by providing recommendations regarding product design, assembly techniques and manufacturing processes


What you need:

• Bachelor’s degree in engineering required, preference of concentration in mechanical, electrical or biomedical engineering

• Mechanical/electrical problem-solving skills required

• 5+ years relevant experience required

• Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines -highly preferred

• Experience with continuous process improvement and applying lean manufacturing techniques -preferred

• Medical device or other highly regulated industry experience - preferred

Inkspace Imaging offers a terrific work environment, professional development, and competitive 
compensation. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our employment decisions are made without 
regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

InkSpace Imaging only employs those legally authorized to work in the United States. Any offer of 
employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a drug screen, past employment 
verification, and other applicable tests as required for the position. Unless expressly stated, relocation assistance is not provided.

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