MiRus is a privately held medical device company focusing on the design and manufacturing of cardiovascular, orthopedic, and spinal systems based on innovative designs making use of proprietary technologies. The company is experiencing rapid growth in the orthopedic and spinal areas while bringing new technologies to the cardiovascular space. The company provides opportunity for advancement and professional growth, as there is a high level of visibility to all roles within the organization with a high level of recognition for your contributions.
The Cardiovascular Implant Jr. Engineer will work with the team to design, develop, and test new implants, instrumentation, and procedures for transcatheter valve replacements. Work may include communication with surgeons and sales consultants, to gain an understanding of clinical issues and define design parameters. Projects will include working with cross-functional project teams through all phases of the product development process. Organize, plan, execute and contribute to projects from concept through product launch, commercialization, and post-market surveillance.
Development and execution of design verification and validation plans and activities, and test plan formation and execution to support regulatory approval.
Collaborate with manufacturing engineering, supplier optimization, design for manufacturability and assembly to produce functioning prototypes and supporting production documentation.
Strong organizational skills to support all aspects of the project including scope definition, and contingency planning. Ability to prioritize tasks and manage a varied workload, exhibit strong written and verbal communication skills, and interface effectively with peers, cross-functional project teams, and management.
- A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering is required.
- Experience with 3-D CAD modeling and drafting, preferably SolidWorks.
- Familiarity with basic machine component design and manufacturing.
- Strong intuition regarding mechanical principles (including mechanisms).
- General knowledge of metallurgy and medical materials (i.e. titanium alloys, cobalt chrome, stainless steels, etc.).
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) proficiency.
- Basic experience using FEA for design optimization.
- Demonstrate a strong initiative and follow through in executing project responsibilities, overcoming obstacles, and balancing multiple priorities.
- Must have the ability to effectively communicate concepts, ideas and knowledge to other team members, customers, and cross-functional teams.
- Experience with FDA Medical Device guidelines is desirable.
- Comfortable working in a fast-paced start-up environment.
Location: Marietta, Georgia
Employee Type: Full-time