Labeling Systems Quality Engineer

Job Title

Labeling Systems Quality Engineer

Job Description

You are responsible for:

  • In this role you have the opportunity to help develop and maintain a complete labeling system (software, processes and equipment).
  • You are responsible for: the implementation and sustaining of a complete labeling system solution software; the quality and compliance of medical device labeling; internal and external database management; validation activities (software and hardware); and departmental work instructions/processes.
  • Deployment and administration of a complete labeling system, including documented Work Instructions (WIs) and departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Ensuring timely change management of labeling and Instructions For Use (IFUs), working with labeling technicians/label coordinators, and performing labeling changes.
  • Quality management and all life-cycle phases of product labeling and IFUs.

The Labeling group that reports up through the Regulatory department of the Image Guided Therapy Devices BU. The labeling group is dedicated to ensuring the accuracy and compliance of medical device labeling for disposable and system level products. The culture of IGTD is one team: teaming up to win, putting customers first, always acting with integrity, and taking ownership.

To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience

  • BS in Engineering Quality engineering and process engineering experience
  • Detail oriented, drive for results, organizational skills.
  • Prioritization Indirect leadership of Label Coordinators and Label Technicians

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