Manufacturing Process Engineer
in New Jersey

Manufacturing Process Engineer

$80,000 – $100,000


Location: New Jersey


Reporting to the Manager of Global Engineering & Process Development, the Manufacturing Process Engineer is responsible for engineering oversight of the production processes to which they are assigned.

This includes daily process monitoring, process improvement, implementation and review of SOPs for the production environment, and troubleshooting.  In addition, the successful incumbent is responsible for coordinating projects as assigned with counterparts at other production sites.  

He/she works closely with the CAM Development Team and other disciplines in the Product Development Team worldwide to meet corporate goals and product quality and cost objectives.  His/her broad education and experience allows him/her to act as third level technical support leader to the production crew and management.


  • Support new product launches, defining manufacturing detailed execution sequences (CAM, CNC, additive manufacturing, Tooling, Pressing, Sintering, etc.) based on PFMEA, product and process requirements
  • Document and carry out shop floor implementation tests for new manufacturing processes, based on PFMEA, documenting results in Technical reports
  • Ensures stable and efficient production of dental prosthetic products utilizing different machine types, technologies, and processes
  • Perform project engineering tasks including implementation and validation (IQ,OQ ,PQ) of new production processes and workflows
  • Create and train production employees on standard operating procedures (SOPs)
  • Provide technical support for quality or manufacturing issues
  • Support and contribute to continuous improvement activities (Lean 6-Sigma)
  • Demonstrate a “can-do” approach and dedication to solve equipment and process issues to keep the machines and production lines in full service
  • Support Global Process Owners (GPOs), colleague engineers and management on various projects

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering
  • Experience in CAD/CAM
  • 5-axis CNC milling machine experience
  • 2+ years of experience in manufacturing and/or process development; medical device experience is a plus

Preferred Qualifications

  • Execution of equipment qualifications (IQ/OQ) and process validations; not limited to PQ
  • Relevant work experience in processing of ceramic materials and/or manufacturing in a regulated industry, such as medical, aerospace or automotive is a plus
  • Strong communication, writing, analytical and interpersonal skills
  • Working knowledge of statistical tools, lean manufacturing or DBS tools used to optimize a process is a plus
  • Demonstrated effective planning and organizational skills
  • Experience working in a FDA regulated and/or ISO environment
  • Knowledge in Lean 6-Sigma methodology; preferably Green Belt Certified
  • Efficient computer skills with Microsoft Office
  • Must be willing to travel internationally (up to 10%) depending on corporate business demands



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