Under the direct supervision of the Quality Control Manager, the Metrology Engineer will be responsible for supporting Operations (Quality Control Labs), Quality Engineering, New Product Development (NPD) metrology related core activities and projects.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated track record in the design, development, evaluation and testing of instrumentation systems. Be a recognized expert in the field of calibration and metrology. The candidate will also be able apply statistical process control, mathematical, physical science and advanced engineering tools and technologies in order to accomplish various metrology and engineering objectives. Specific experience with multiple measurement disciplines in areas such as electrical, vacuum/pressure, optics, mass, temperature, liquid/gas flow and other technologies is required.
Specify and order equipment/instrumentation and fixturing per project plan and product specification.
Prepare calibration procedures/calibration job plans and associated training materials.
Create and gain approval of Metrology protocols for test equipment and methods.
Perform measurement uncertainty analysis for primary/working standards and process instrumentation.
Identify and support the onboarding of calibration service suppliers and oversee the resolution of any vendor quality issues.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw conclusions with complex calibration and metrology issues.
The ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instruction in mathematical and diagram forms and deal with abstract and concrete variables.
Provides technical consultation to others pertaining to measurement problems and leads technical project teams.
Implement corrective and preventative action projects pertaining to calibration and measurement issues.
Establish measurement traceability of laboratory standards and ensure that their processes are in a state of compliance.
Develop training plans and materials, conduct training, and maintain professional competency.
BS degree with a minimum of 5 years’ experience preferably in electrical/mechanical engineering support in a chemical and/or regulated industry.
2 to 5 years of experience working with and programming CMM’s.
Prefer previous Metrology experiences in both manufacturing and R&D environments.
SAP or other ERP software proficiency is preferred.
High level problem solving, and reasoning skills required.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Experience in a regulated quality management system or ISO 17025/ANSI Z540.
Great interdepartmental communication skills and documentation skills are required.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize and accomplish goals while working across departments is essential.
Experience with physical processes and complex analytical equipment a plus.