Consumables Engineering Intern

internship - full time, unpaid

Leica Biosystems
Sunnyvale, CA
Closed
Posted 35 Days ago
Leica Biosystems
Sunnyvale, CA
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 35 Days ago
Closed

Description

# Consumables Engineering Intern About Cepheid: Over a decade ago, Cepheid set the standard for innovation in automated molecular diagnostics with our first system and weve never looked back. And now, even with the largest installed base of any molecular platform, Cepheid is constantly innovating and evolving our capabilities. Our technology has been heralded as game-changing by healthcare leaders world-wide. We envision a better way for clinical institutions of any size, from small medical clinics to high-volume reference laboratories and major hospitals, to access the power of molecular diagnostics. Our GeneXpert� System delivers fast, scalable, and accurate diagnostic results while our expanding Xpert� test menu spans multiple clinical applications such as healthcare-associated infections, sexual health, critical infectious disease, virology, and oncology. Make a difference in healthcare and join us on this mission! About the College Recruiting Program: Our summer internship opportunities are the gateway for your entry into the exciting world of molecular diagnostics by enabling you to put your academic training and passion to work for a global company whose products impact healthcare every day. About the Department: The Consumables Specialist Engineering Team (CSET) as the name implies, is in charge of the engineering of Cepheids consumable components. From designing new components to ensuring quality of our product, CSET plays a critical engineering role in delivering products that meets or exceeds the customers need. Job Summary: During this internship, you will have an opportunity to gain professional experience in product testing as well as a fuller understanding of how a new product design gets implemented to larger-scale Production. Our Consumables Engineering department works closely with R&D and Manufacturing groups to ensure successful new product introductions. In this role, you will be a part of a fast-pace, multi-disciplinary, and creative team to verify a product design and implement continuous improvements to new and existing processes. Responsibilities include: Collaborating with Consumables Engineers, R&D Scientists, and Manufacturing to test new product designs and introduce the new design into production to help assure that the product meets both customer needs and FDA requirements Hands on experience with new product design introduction, including verification and validation activities (including but not limited to conducting engineering studies and assay testing protocols). Supporting various activities related to consumable part qualifications in accordance with FDA and ISO guidelines. Maintaining detailed documentation throughout all phases of development through manufacturing. Assisting with technical aspects of Problem Solving, Failure Analysis, Data Analysis, and report write-ups. Job Location: Sunnyvale Minimum Requirements: Currently enrolled in a college or university working towards a degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, Material Science or Biomedical) Completion of upper division hands-on lab coursework Able to conduct lab work in accordance with lab safety protocols Proficiency with data analysis software such as Matlab, R, Minitab, or Excel in order to conduct statistical analyses on collected data Analytical/troubleshooting skills and self-motivated Willing to learn new concepts, methods, technologies, products, and tools Effective interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills Both an independent worker and an accountable team player Preferred areas Proficiency with SolidWorks. Experience in medical device manufacturing environment. Experience working with biological samples in a medical device development environment. Working knowledge of in vitro diagnostic technologies and the highly-regulated nature of the industry. **Primary Location: **North America-North America-United States-CA-Sunnyvale **Work Locations: ** **Job: **Intern **Organization: **Leica Biosystems **Schedule: **Full-time

Skills

matlab, solidworks, mechanical engineering, manufacturing, minitab, product design, failure analysis, microsoft excel, microsoft word, data analysis, product development, continuous improvement, troubleshooting, problem solving, sales

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