Quality Engineer – class 3 Medical Devices

San Diego, CA

Work Arrangement: Hybrid

Quality Engineer – class 3 Medical Devices  
Startup culture, flexible hours, and a highly supportive team: this rapidly growing medical device company is looking for someone with a go-getter attitude who can bring strong Quality Engineering in a class 3 device company and overal Quality Assurance knowledge experience to the table, and in return they’re offering opportunities to grow and lead in an exciting, fast-paced environment. Ample opportunity for growth and skill development.

Who you are

  • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, and/or other engineering related degree
  • Minimum of 5-7 years class 3 medical device experience is required.
  • Previous experience with catheters and/or implantible medical devices is required. 
  • Interventional cardiology products experience is helpful.
  • Proven record creating and supporting validations and qualifications (e.g., Process validation, IQ, OQ, PQ)  and compliance of regulated products is required. 
  • Proven record creating and supporting risk management file maintenance (e.g., PFMEA, DFMEA, Risk File) is required.
  • Experience in conducting complaint/CAPA investigations and NCMRs. 

What You'll Do:

  • Develop and implement quality test procedures, including the design of tests, testing mechanisms and test equipment.

  • Develop and execute test equipment IQ/OQ/PQ protocols and reports. 

  • Conduct test method qualifications and validations, including qualifications, revalidation, and overall validation schedule/plan. Develop gauge reliability and repeatability studies for test and production-related equipment.  Develop equipment calibration procedures.

  • Develop sampling plans for incoming materials and in-process and finished product testing based on appropriate statistical methods.

  • Responsible for product related investigations and corrective actions.

  • Maintain a working relationship with suppliers to ensure resolution of supplier-critical issues and investigations.  This may include supplier visits to technically assist in the resolution of issues and investigations.  

Why work here:

  • Mentorship culture where you can learn new skills, maximize your growth, and leverage the knowledge of superiors.
  • Small team environment encourages interdivisional collaboration. You’ll always have your voice heard and can wear many hats!
  • Impact: Have a positive influence both as part of a lean team where your voice can be heard, as well as on the company as a whole.

What does this position pay? 

Compensation is determined by several factors which may include skillset, experience level, and geographic location. 

The expected range for this role is  $120,000 – $150,000 per year.

Please note this range is an estimate and actual pay may vary based on
qualifications and experience.

Please email your resume to acorn@provenrecruiting.com if you’d like to work alongside some of the finest scientists in the pharmaceutical industry!

Note: We actively support and promote people of various backgrounds, from race, religion, gender to geographical area, university, lifestyle, and personality type. Proven Recruiting is minority-owned, majority women, and is a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion in the broader community. Apply today!


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