Development Principal Engineer (586834)

Responsible for the design, development, and process of medical devices of a complex nature. Able to fill project leader role and take leadership on resolving the most complex engineering problems. Strong communication, teamwork and organizational skills are essential.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Leads the development of new products and manufacturing processes or serve as a key member on a project team
Directs the generation of prototype models to evaluate new design concepts
Generates a comprehensive protocol for testing/analyzing the product
Generate design assurance documentation for the project
This is not an exhaustive list of duties or functions and may not necessarily comprise all of the "essential functions" for purposes of the ADA.
Expected Areas of Competence
Advanced knowledge of drafting standards and geometric differences and tolerancing
Conducts development meetings with surgeons and key Zimmer Biomet personnel
Utilize leadership and motivational skills to expedite completion of critical project tasks with other functional groups
Complete knowledge of the new product development and regulatory process
Ability to analyze and develop new testing criteria and requirements
Identify customer requirements for a new product
Establishes a process method which meets performance and quality requirements
Demonstrated ability to lead and influence all parts of the organization
Microsoft Office Suite and Project; Demonstrated ability to learn and apply multiple skill sets as outlined by the engineering review board (i.e. manufacturing, design, materials and testing)
Ability to use 2D and 3D CAD preferred
Education/Experience Requirements
B.S. in engineering required plus five to seven years or more years of experience required, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Travel Requirements
Up to 10% to 20%
Additional Information
EOE M/F/Vet/Disability

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