Principal Design Assurance Engineer


About this job

  • Industry: Medical devices
  • Area of expertise: Regulatory
  • Location: Burnsville

What is required?

  • Hours per week: 40
  • Education level: Academic Bachelor

About this role: Principal Design Assurance Engineer

Our client is the first and only company in the world to bring commercially viable and safe iCMR products to the catheter ablation market. As they continue to commercialize, they are growing and looking for employees who want to help bring this therapy to patients all over the world. This design assurance engineer position supports product and process development to ensure a successful production launch and delivery of the highest quality product to the customer. This position also supports design change and other quality initiatives. This position interacts closely with the Engineering team as well as Operations, Quality Systems, Quality Assurance, Marketing, and Regulatory.

• Executes and supports completion of product and process development deliverables• Creates and supports development of DHF and DMR to ensure content is complete, accurate, and compliant with regulatory standards• Supports the development and maintenance of customer requirements, product requirements, and product specifications• Collaborates cross-functionally to lead and support completion and maintenance of product risk management deliverables
• Authors design verification and design validation plan and report documents• Supports the development of manufacturing processes, equipment, and product inspection documentation for new products• Authors process validation plan and report documents• Implements appropriate sampling inspection and supports qualification activities for purchased components
• Supports design and process test and inspection method development, and leads method validation activities• Utilizes statistical techniques to lead and support characterization, verification, and validation testing and root cause analysis• Leads and supports completion of risk management deliverables to establish and maintain safe and effective products and processes• Support quality system related deliverables including nonconformances and CAPAs
• Perform other related duties and responsibilities, as assigned.


• Bachelor of Science in engineering• 5+ years’ experience in Engineering or Quality in the medical device industry.• Must be able to work independently under limited supervision.• Advanced knowledge of basic Quality Systems and good documentation practices.
• Experience in Non-Conforming Material Reporting• Experience in investigating and implementing Corrective and Preventive Actions• Experience in design controls, and test method and process validation• Experience with European Medical Device Regulations, FDA 21 CFR Regulations, Australian TGA Regulations, ISO 14971, ISO 13485.
• Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.• Comfortable working with and seeking optimum solutions with team members in adjacent disciplines of engineering.


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Kenneth McGreevy
Brunel USA - Boston

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