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Senior Device Engineer

TalentBurst, an Inc 5000 company

This is a Full-time position in south san francisco, CA posted January 3, 2023.



Position: Device Engineer III, Req#: ROCGJP00020650

Location: South San Francisco, CA (100% onsite)

Duration: 12+ Months Contract

Job Description:

Executive Summary:

Device Engineer III will be responsible for providing design, development, and implementation support to project teams developing combination drug delivery devices for parenteral pharmaceutical therapeutics at the client site. The candidate has technical expertise in ¬¬the development and commercialization of drug-device combination medical products and provides technical leadership to support engineering, scientific, and manufacturing activities within the client’s device development programs, including manual injection systems, automated injection systems, and interfaces with pre-filled syringes and cartridges. The Senior Device Engineer will be assigned responsibilities to engineering areas and will initiate projects, define critical steps and resources, and develop practical and thorough solutions to complex problems. The candidate will work with limited direction and may provide guidance and coordinate the work activities of other personnel and may also supervise staff members. The work is reviewed with a focus on long-term perspectives, as the Senior Engineer establishes his/her work priorities and timelines.

Education and Experience:

  • B.S, M.S, Ph.D., or advanced degree in Engineering, with preferences for Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or the equivalent.
  • At least 8 years of experience in the industry and/or academia (including advanced studies) after receiving their Bachelor’s degree.
  • Experience in the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, or Medical Device industry is expected, with previous work on DOE, problem-solving, and modeling using physical rules.