Principal Systems Engineer or Associate Director Facilities Compliance — California

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Available Positions – Principal Systems Engineer ($130K – $160K) or Associate Director Facilities Compliance ($120K – $140K)

This profitable and growing, medical device company has an exciting opportunity for a Principal Systems Engineer at their Southern CA facility. Our client is a publicly traded, growth company that produces in-vitro diagnostic devices used in clinical laboratories worldwide.

The successful candidate will assume responsibility for the detailed design and overall system architecture of a variety of modules that will be used in a very complex, multi-component, in-vitro, diagnostic device. He/she plans, designs, analyzes, develops, tests, and documents mechanical, fluidic and electromechanical components and systems for use in in-vitro diagnostic instruments. Leads design reviews for area of responsibility. Communicates and negotiates design trade-offs with other engineers and/or members of the Product Delivery Team.

This position requires a BS degree in Engineering plus a minimum of 10 years of experience. Advanced degree is a strong plus.

Compensation is 130k-160k, includes base plus bonus.

This position is only open to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are authorized to work in the U.S. and do not need sponsorship by an employer.

If you are looking for an uncommon opportunity — a chance to join an organization known for its scientific excellence in the research and development of pharmaceuticals — it’s time to consider our client.

Associate Director Facilities Compliance–Rensselaer, NY

120k-140k, plus excellent benefits/relocation

BS in Mechanical/Engineering/ 8+ years experience/pharma-biotech/FDA/compliance

This individual will be immersed into Tech Ops/Facilities systems and identify potential risks and trends. The individual will provide support during regulatory inspections and internal audits. Additionally, the individual will work with department leaders to build an inspection readiness capability across the organization.

If interested please contact Katie@humancs.com

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