Associate Engineer

Full Time


Adecco extends to you a thrilling opportunity to join our client’s dynamic team in the healthcare industry as a temporary, full-time Associate Engineer. But this isn’t just another job – it’s an invitation to become a pivotal force within a thriving business that operates at the forefront of the industry.As an Associate Engineer and a valued member of the New Product Introduction Engineering team, you’ll play a crucial role in contributing to the success of our exciting new product portfolio. Your responsibilities will encompass a multifaceted approach, collaborating cross-functionally with members of R&D, product and design quality, project management, and manufacturing engineering and operations.The ideal candidate for this extraordinary opportunity should hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Science or Engineering, with a focus on Chemical, Biochemical, or Mechanical Engineering, or possess equivalent qualifications. You should also have the ability to design experiments, analyze and interpret data, and meticulously document conclusions.

Your experience in using statistical methods will be an asset. Importantly, you must be legally eligible to work in Canada. Apply today to embark on a purpose-driven adventure filled with opportunities to shape the future of our industry Location: Ottawa, ONSchedule: Monday – Friday | 8:00am – 4:00pmJob Type: Temporary | Full-time | 1 year contract Here’s why you should apply: Hires fast, pays weekly 4% vacation pay paid out on each weekly pay cheque Free access to our Aspire Academy for continuing professional education Pathway to permanent hire (if applicable) Medical and dental benefits once qualified Free training programs $50 voucher for boots in partnership with Mark’s Work Warehouse New and quicker onboarding process Generous referral bonusesKey Responsibilities:Develop, document and implement new processes procedures and reaction schemes to introduce new methods to the manufacturing environmentLead design change packages to update specification and procedural documentationIdentify, develop, and support implementation of process capability improvements and/or cost savings opportunities through the design generation processInvestigate product and process problems, including root cause analysisInvestigate non-conformances and documentation of findings and Corrective/Preventative Actions in Quality ReportsConsistently apply Quality Systems requirements and procedures Key Requirements: Must be legally eligible to work in CanadaBachelor’s Degree in Science or Engineering with Chemical, Biochemical or Mechanical Engineering focus, or equivalent.Demonstrated initiative and problem-solving and critical thinking skills.Ability to design experiments, analyze and interpret data, and document conclusions; experience using statistical methodsAnalytical skills, creativity and innovative approach to problem solvingAbility to determine required analysis to make practical, objective decisions and solve problemsStrong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills; able to deal effectively with people on all organizational levels and work in a team environment across departmentsEnthusiasm and propensity to continuous learning and experimentationResourcefulness, ability to work in a fast-paced environment with changing prioritiesFamiliarity with any of the following is an asset: GMP and LEAN Six Sigma manufacturing principles, ISO/FDA regulations, risk management/FMEA methods, root cause analysis (6M’s/ 5 Why’s), and statistical software packages such as Minitab and SAS JMP. Are you interested in this Associate Engineer job in Ottawa?.

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