Randstad Reliability Engineer in Andover, Massachusetts

Reliability Engineer

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job details:

  • location:Andover, MA

  • date posted:Monday, June 26, 2017

  • job type:Contract

  • reference:560825

Reliability Engineer

  • Review customer reliability or V&V test plans to ensure appropriate testing and pass/fail criteria. Generate and execute reliability test plan according to customer test plan, and write up test reports within the planned time frame.

  • Provide support and direction in determining test regiments that produce high quality reliable products.

  • Work with the team ensure test area's equipment is calibrated and operates as intended: before, during, and after all tests are completed.

  • Develop and create new and innovative tests that are able to fully test products as they would be used in the field.

  • Support the definition, documentation, implementation and improvement of reliability engineering policies, processes and practices.

  • Provide reliability engineering services to all internal customers including: reliability analysis, reliability testing and test planning, and reliability related problem solving.

  • Effectively communicate with team members as well as internal customers

  • Provide technical knowledge in reliability tool and methodologies.

  • Support the quality vision of Reliability Engineering to all internal customers and team members.

Requirements:

  • {Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering} BSME/MSME, BSEE/MSEE with 5-10 years (or equivalent engineering degrees) experience in product reliability of complex electrical/mechanical products, preferably in the medical industry

  • Demonstrated ability to communicate, interact and influence effectively at technical levels across functions.

  • Demonstrated success in leading change for product quality and reliability.

  • Highly passionate and positive infectious attitude who strives for high performance and product quality.

  • Demonstrated competence in product reliability tools, statistical sampling, and methodologies is preferred.

  • Experience with Class III medical devices preferred.

  • Proficient in standard office computer tools: Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Project and PowerPoint.

  • Excellent English skills, written and speaking.