Sr. R&D Engineer – Biologics

“Sr. R&D Engineer – Biologics for Medtronic, Inc. at its facilities located in Memphis, TN.

“Duties: Design, develop, analyze, troubleshoot and provide technical skills during research and product development of the Mastergraft product line and new bone void filler materials and other bio-surgical technologies.

“Requires Masters’ degree or foreign equivalent in Mechanical or Biomedical engineering.

“Experiences must include three (3) years post-bachelors progressive experience in all of the following: Biomaterials engineering for medical device products; Working with polymer, ceramic, metallic and composite materials for the design of implantable spine devices; Design control using a phase-gated product development process; dFMEA, uFMEA, Root Cause Analysis, Design V/V, Risk Management and documentation of new product development in a design history file; Spine device manufacturing within a ISO 13485 Quality Management System and experience with IQ/OQ/PQ; Preparing engineering prints, product specifications and manufacturing SOPs and experience with DSC, TGA, SEM, XRD, DOE, and statistical analysis tools; Preparing journal articles, patents, white papers, literature reviews and technology assessments in support of marketing and technical files; Navigating FDA and OUS regulatory processes; Mechanical and in vitro testing following ASTM and ISO standards; Designing and coordinating non-clinical animal study models including ISO 10993 biocompatibility testing and evaluation of explanted devices (histology, µ-CT, mechanical testing); Surgeon collaboration on new product designs.

“10-20% travel required

“Apply at, Req. 17000DB0.  Medtronic is an equal opportunity employer committed to cultural diversity in the workplace.  All individuals are encouraged to apply.”


Source:  The Commercial Appeal. (2017, July 16). Localfieds. The Commercial Appeal, 176(197), p. 4C.


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