Thermo Fisher Scientific Manufacturing Engineer in Fremont, California

Job Description

When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment, or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you’ll be supported in achieving your career goals.

How You Will Make an Impact

You will have exposure to a wide range of manufacturing equipment in an environment that appreciates feedback and process improvement. Your impact will be to work with an engineering team to bring in new projects, and improve sustaining activities, and have the opportunity to improve the manufacturing floor environment. Your partnership with engineering and extended operation teams will enable you to independently troubleshoot and pick up on processes, and provide feedback for improvement, as well as engage on new projects, and learn how to assist in commissioning and operation of new equipment, and provide floor support on equipment, to help release new equipment to manufacturing, updating older equipment and in ability to train others.

What You Will Do

  • In this role you will use your background in equipment manufacturing, and mechanical aptitude as well as experience within the manufacturing equipment group, in a regulated industry.

  • Deal with liquid fillers, label applicators, cartoners, inkjet printers and kitting equipment.

  • Perform mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical troubleshooting.

  • Diagnose control circuits, drives (PLC).

  • Troubleshoot packaging, printing, labeling, and filling equipment.

  • Train employees on various manufacturing equipment.

  • Ensure compliance with SOPs and Good Manufacturing Procedures (cGMP).

  • Changeover of production equipment related to format.

  • Assemble and/or modification of complex components and systems.

  • Install mechanical assemblies and hardware.

  • Validate and verifies operation of newly installed equipment to evaluate system performance under operation conditions.

  • Communicate within, and throughout the Engineering and Manufacturing departments on multiple projects simultaneously.

  • Provide analysis of equipment repairs/solutions and recommendations.

  • Be an active participant, and recommend solutions to safety, quality and productivity meetings, or projects as assigned.

  • Assist the facilities department in ensuring PM’s are in place and compliant on all equipment.

  • Assume leadership responsibility for line/shift/department metrics and drives actions to improve – downtime reduction.

How You Will Get Here

  • Bachelors in Science (Engineering preferred), technical certification and/or strong academic and industrial engineering training.

  • 5+ years desired in a GMP environment

At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 55,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.

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