Project Engineer - Lighthouse Imaging

Windham, Maine, United States Full-time

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Lighthouse Imaging is a small, rapidly growing technology company located in the Lakes Region of Southern Maine who is seeking highly motivated people to join its dynamic team.

Lighthouse Imaging develops cutting edge endoscopy products for the health industry to improve people’s quality of living while reducing the cost of medical care, all done in a fast paced, exciting and rewarding environment.  If this is the type of company you would like to work for, please send us your qualifications for consideration.

The company offers competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, 401(k) with company match, tuition reimbursement, and many other perks and benefits within a clean, comfortable work environment. Lighthouse Imaging is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

To fulfill our growing needs, we are looking for qualified applicants for the following position.

 

Project Engineer

 

This position requires a BS in an engineering field with 5+ years’ experience in product design and development, preferably in high precision devices. This individual will be responsible for developing precision endoscopic medical devices from concept though to manufacturing.

This position requires someone with a broad range of design experience within a regulated field such as aerospace or medical and can work within a small team providing technical leadership, mentoring, scheduling, customer interactions, design reviews, labor estimation, risk identification, and management briefings.

Requirements

  • Have understanding of product development cycle from requirements development, prototyping, verifications, and transition to manufacturing.
  • Have understanding of mechanical, electrical, optical processes to orchestrate design strategies, scheduling, task estimation, resource identification.
  • Have understanding of design requirements and experience within a regulated environment such as medical, aerospace, or automotive.
  • Comfortable with interacting with other team members, promoting the project and goals, identifying and eliminating barriers, providing presentations to internal and external customers.
  • Familiar with mechanical CAD packages such as Solidworks, scheduling software such as MS Project.
  • Understanding of design for manufacturability, transferring of designs to manufacturing and validations of assembly fixtures.
  • Familiarity with optical systems and medical device design highly desirable.
  • Able to prioritize tasks and organize conflicting demands for time and resources
  • Good communication and written skills and report writing
  • Perform other duties as assigned.