Supply Chain Engineer
Lexington Medical is a Boston based medical device manufacturer that produces a proprietary, minimally invasive surgical stapling solution. We are one of the fastest growing medical device companies in the industry, growing our revenue exponentially since our product was launched. Our enhanced capabilities and design approach allow us to be nimble and responsive to market dynamics, while enabling us to work closely with leading physicians to bring a unique range of devices best suited for patients’ needs.
Our recruiting philosophy is centered on hiring highly talented individuals committed to delivering innovation to health care providers and their patients. We focus on creating a culture that fosters continuous growth as an individual and within the organization. With our continued success, our team has grown organically at a rapid rate, and we have an aggressive hiring plan forecasted over the next few years. By joining our team at Lexington Medical, you will have the opportunity to impact the lives of millions of patients worldwide.
We are currently looking for a Supply Chain Engineer to help support our growing portfolio. Our ideal candidate will embrace working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial, and collaborative environment; be a self-starter, independent, results-oriented team player with a demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines, including shifting priorities.
What you will do:
- Identify suppliers based on technical capability, cost, quality, lead time, and other factors
- Lead sourcing and production ramp for electromechanical components
- Work with design, product, and manufacturing engineering teams to coordinate component approval, introduction, changeover, and iteration
- Drive quoting and DFM process for NPIs
- Create purchasing and inventory management strategies to streamline introduction of NPIs
- Work with suppliers to meet project deadlines
- Manage changeover planning for new configurations and products
- Streamline planning and NPI process through continuous improvement initiatives
- Bachelors’ degree in Supply Chain, Engineering, or related field
- 2-4 years of working experience
- Electromechanical supply chain experience
- Strong analytic and problem-solving skills