Job no: 609614
Work type: Fixed Term Contract
Categories: Engineering, Oceania, Individual Contributor
Cochlear is the global market leader in implant hearing solutions and is a top 100 company on the ASX. Cochlear's mission is to help people hear and be heard. Around the world, more people chose a Cochlear-branded hearing implant system than any other. Our employees tell us that the number one reason they enjoy working for Cochlear is the opportunity to make a difference to people's lives. Learn and grow with us as we tackle the most complex challenges in helping people to Hear Now. And Always.
We are seeking an experienced Metrology Technician to join our New Product Industrialisation team to work as part of our Cochlear Brisbane Operations Manufacturing division based in Newstead. This operation manufactures all external accessory components.
This position will be offered on a fixed term contract of approximately 13 months.
Under the leadership of the Mechanical Engineering Team Lead, you will be responsible for providing metrology expertise to support the introduction of new and updated products into the Cochlear manufacturing network, interacting across the business with our engineering and manufacturing operations.
Other accountabilities include:
- Inspecting and measuring incoming components and sub-assemblies as well as tools, jigs, and fixtures
- Compiling appropriate metrology documentation
- Conducting calibration and maintenance of all metrology equipment
- Conducting statistical control studies (Cpk, Cp, Pp and Ppk) on incoming and in-house moulded components/parts/products
- Reviewing MQP data using pull tests and flex tests
- Performing measurements on products undergoing MQP testing
- Collating data and compiling reports on findings
- Supporting design for product changes as well as jigs and fixtures used in the manufacturing process
Why is this role right for you?
To be successful in this role you will have significant metrology experience with small and complex shape components as well as knowledge and ability on how to use metrology tools and instruments. Experience with documentation systems and understanding of GD & T principals and how to interpret engineering drawings are key requirements. You will have understanding of Statistical Process Controls and some experience in designing/drafting jigs and fixtures.
Ideally, you will have relevant qualifications and experience in implantable medical devices as well as experience using Visual Inspection Systems (VERTEX) and CAD Systems (Creo).
If this position sounds of interest, take the first step towards a career with Cochlear. A career you can be proud of. Apply online today.
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