The growth continues for an orthopedic division located
on Florida’s gulf coast. This division is part of a
large corporation serving the medical device industry.
They are continuing to invest in new equipment., software
and technology as sales increase. There have been many
internal opportunities for career growth for their valued
associates. This division offers 100% paid healthcare,
dental, vision and life insurance for their employees.
They also have a 401K with company match, paid time off,
paid holidays and many more benefits. This is a modern
world class facility with a wealth of quality and testing
equipment. They provide relocation assistance and paid
travel cost to interview. Our firm has made many
successful placements over the years. They have
longevity among their team members who enjoy a
collaborative work environment.
We are searching for a Quality Engineer with experience
working in a FDA / ISO-13485 certified facility. The
Quality Engineer will participate in the design and
development of new products ensuring that designs meet
all quality requirements. Experience reading prints and
knowledge of Gd&T with the ability to communicate
dimensional data is needed. The Quality Engineer
develops inspection and gauging criteria and methodology.
Past experience validating machinery processes and
documenting IQ OQ PQ protocols. The Quality Engineer is
responsible for analyzing statistical data, approves /
communicates internal document change, creates / manages
engineering change orders, creates non-conforming part
reports and assists in the disposition of material. This
position will document travelers, inspection sheets, work
instructions and quality reports. The Quality Engineer
interacts with customers, suppliers, vendors, skilled
machinists, process engineers, production and management,
strong problem solving skills using advanced
methodologies to identify and close out customer
complaints and corrective actions. The Quality Engineer
will manage gauge calibration, train associates in the
use of gauges and measuring tools. Good metrology skills
using calipers, micrometers, depth gauges indicators,
plug, thread, go and no go gauges. Candidates who have
worked in a medical machining, aerospace or highly
regulate machining environment are preferred. Knowledge
of computers, software, basic math, project management
and setting priorities is required.
MUST HAVE: a Bachelors degree, 5 years of quality
engineering and/or equivalent experience in a highly
regulated machining environment. Strong metrology,
gauging, Gd&T and documentation skills are needed.
Experience in a medical, orthopedic, medical machining
and FDA / ISO-13485 certified environment is needed.