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Engineer - Orthopaedic Medical Devices & Instruments

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Job Listing Date
9 Sept 2019
Location
Canterbury, Christchurch
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

Engineer - Orthopaedic Medical Devices & Instruments

About the Company

A well established and growing company providing design and manufacture of orthopaedic instruments. Formed over 20 years ago, the business is recognised around the world as a leader in its field. Its design and production capabilities are award winning and world class. A focus on problem solving and innovation has resulted in impressive growth and further expansion is expected over the coming years.

 

About the Role

A holistic approach and appreciation of both user and customer viewpoints are key skills for this role. Working closely with product designers, your evidence based methods will support product development in this highly regulated and quality focused industry.

What will you be responsible for?

  • Engineering and testing new orthopaedic instruments
  • Preparing technical and supporting documentation
  • Engaging with production staff to ensure a smooth transition of designs into manufacturing
  • Researching and incorporating key trends in design related topics such as product design, materials and finishes

 

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for an inquisitive and proactive engineer who will relish the opportunity to contribute and grow with the business.

You'll have a background in mechanical engineering, bioengineering or industrial design, with a practical outlook, and ability to breakdown and solve complex problems. You'll be looking for a challenge, enjoy getting into the details of a design, and love to learn.

Some skills that will help:

  • Experience in design for manufacture and comfortable in a workshop environment
  • Ability to design experiments and critically assess your own work
  • Excellent written English
  • Excellent Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word)
  • Comfortable talking to individuals, small groups, and clinical advisors
  • An eye for good design
  • Excellent visual communication skills (sketching, illustration and presentation etc)

 

What can you expect from us?

We're open and honest and give it our all. We will value your input. We will give you the opportunity to learn new skills, try new things and take responsibility for getting the job done. We love what we do and support balance with life outside of work. We want you to be a part of our team and bring your personality to work.

Click ‘Apply’ or call Kris Morgan on 021 0883 5617 to discuss the role.

About the Company

A well established and growing company providing design and manufacture of orthopaedic instruments. Formed over 20 years ago, the business is recognised around the world as a leader in its field. Its design and production capabilities are award winning and world class. A focus on problem solving and innovation has resulted in impressive growth and further expansion is expected over the coming years.

 

About the Role

A holistic approach and appreciation of both user and customer viewpoints are key skills for this role. Working closely with product designers, your evidence based methods will support product development in this highly regulated and quality focused industry.

What will you be responsible for?

  • Engineering and testing new orthopaedic instruments
  • Preparing technical and supporting documentation
  • Engaging with production staff to ensure a smooth transition of designs into manufacturing
  • Researching and incorporating key trends in design related topics such as product design, materials and finishes

 

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for an inquisitive and proactive engineer who will relish the opportunity to contribute and grow with the business.

You'll have a background in mechanical engineering, bioengineering or industrial design, with a practical outlook, and ability to breakdown and solve complex problems. You'll be looking for a challenge, enjoy getting into the details of a design, and love to learn.

Some skills that will help:

  • Experience in design for manufacture and comfortable in a workshop environment
  • Ability to design experiments and critically assess your own work
  • Excellent written English
  • Excellent Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word)
  • Comfortable talking to individuals, small groups, and clinical advisors
  • An eye for good design
  • Excellent visual communication skills (sketching, illustration and presentation etc)

 

What can you expect from us?

We're open and honest and give it our all. We will value your input. We will give you the opportunity to learn new skills, try new things and take responsibility for getting the job done. We love what we do and support balance with life outside of work. We want you to be a part of our team and bring your personality to work.

Click ‘Apply’ or call Kris Morgan on 021 0883 5617 to discuss the role.

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?

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