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Automation Engineer III

Date: Dec 1, 2021

Location: St. Paul – Minnesota, US, 55127

Company: Heraeus

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Automation Engineer III
Location St. Paul – Minnesota
Permanent  
Full Time
 

Imagine a job where you will have the opportunity to do exciting and challenging work, while collaborating with extraordinary colleagues. A company that invests in you and your career, providing the training, mentoring, development and support you need to be successful now and in the future. If you want a career without limits with a market-leading family-owned, global company where you can make an impact, then imagine an opportunity at Heraeus. Every day, our worldwide team of around 14,800 employees are bringing forward new ideas and solutions that are impacting and transforming everything from healthcare to renewable energy to e-mobility to high-tech and telecommunications.

 
 

Together we improve lives. At Heraeus Medical Components, we leverage our breadth of expertise in material science, leading-edge technologies, and supply chain excellence to build sustainable and successful partnerships with medical device OEMs. As a result, the quality of the work we do is felt and trusted by our partners and the patients who rely on them for life-saving and life-changing medical devices. 

 

We are relentless in our pursuit of doing things better because we know that today’s best is simply tomorrow’s building block for what’s next. As a global company headquartered in the medical device hub of Minnesota, with 10 locations in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, two Collaboration Hubs dedicated to R&D, and 2,000 employees worldwide, we are committed to the growth of our teams and our organization. To help drive this growth, our company is backed by a Global Fortune 500 holding corporation that has been around for more than 200 years, with a history of providing open spaces for open minds.  

 

Our vision is to improve 100 million lives each year. To accomplish our vision, we have built a culture of curiosity that thrives on challenge, continuous learning, and the opportunity for our people to advance and develop. Good ideas are celebrated here, so join us as we act boldly, think openly, work thoughtfully, and with our partners, improve patient lives worldwide

 

This position is located in White Bear Lake, Minnesota.

 

The following challenges await you:

  • Design and build custom manufacturing and inspection equipment
  • Provide hands-on design expertise for internal equipment
  • Work with suppliers and internal resources to deliver equipment on-time
  • Provide internal process analysis and recommendation for technical improvement
  • Provide technical leadership for external projects

 

Your profile:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering required
  • A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in equipment development, preferably in the medical device industry
  • Solidworks experience required
  • Excellent and clear verbal and written communication skills
  • Must be willing and able to travel as needed


Nearest Major Market: Minneapolis