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Manufacturing Engineer, Process Engineer,Electrical Power/Lighting

Location:
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Posted:
October 14, 2016

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Matthew Goers

***** ***** **. **, **** Rapids, MN 55448

Cell: 651-***-****

acw15f@r.postjobfree.com

Summary:

Senior Manufacturing Engineer with experience in Developing new implantable devices and technologies for production lines as manufacturing lead of design team. Coordination of internal and external suppliers for target completion dates.

Designed and/or ordered tooling, fixturing, and equipment for medical microelectronic production from both internal and external suppliers.

IQ, OQ, PQ. Developed, qualified, and validated production line and manufacturing process technologies for new products within FDA-regulated and ISO 9001-compliant industry, including welding, surface finishing, cleaning, adhesive application, et al. Initiated, approved, and implemented ECO’s.

Coordinated projects across multidisciplinary team, including purchasing, material quality assurance, material vendors, tooling and equipment personnel, test system development, documentation, packaging, software development, product quality assurance, marketing, et al.

Skills:

Development manufacturing, production.

Purchasing, material quality assurance, material vendors, tooling and equipment personnel, test system development, documentation, packaging, software development, product quality assurance, marketing.

IQ, OQ, PQ. Documentation, qualifications, validations and international transfer.

Resistance spot welding, surface finishing, cleaning and adhesive application.

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 90

Broad-based ongoing engineering education, including:

Design of Experiments (DOE)

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)

Demand Flow Manufacturing (Lean)

Design for Manufacturability (DFM)

Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology et al.

Some post-graduate credits in biomedical engineering, 1995 - 96

National Merit Scholarship, 1985

Experience:

Contract to Aggressive Industries April – August 2016

Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing and production support of rotomold plastic industry, including setup and execution of production line for government contract cases.

Hypertect, Inc. Aug 2009 – Nov 2013

Electrical Engineer (Contract basis through 2015)

Electrical design of data centers for design/build data center construction

Electrical design of data center projects, including major renovation of large federal data facility and full construction of state university data center building

Duties/Responsibilities

Design data center construction projects, including electrical power distribution, backup power systems, lighting, monitoring, security, grounding, fire detection, power panel scheduling, one-line electrical connections, lightning protection, et al. Design to meet criteria of customer requirements, as well as international, national, and local codes and environmental “green” standards

Develop CAD drawings [AutoCAD] with construction-level detail for contractors to build data centers

Develop specifications for equipment, review submittals for vendor selection, and recommend equipment for purchase

Prepare proposals for clients, helping determine the scope of work, cost, schedule, and strategy for successful implementation of a turnkey solution to a mission critical facility design.

Medtronic, Inc. Nov 1990 – Oct 2000

Senior Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing Project Leader for implantable medical products.

Achievements

Led manufacturing project for fastest development cycle of an implantable defibrillator: 6 months from start of project to first implant, completing all documentation, qualifications, validations, and international transfer in that time. Awarded Customer Focused Quality Award.

Led manufacturing project development for first atrial defibrillator

Developed manufacturing, production, and local and international transfer for five implantable defibrillator lines (including device used by Vice President Cheney), two non-implantable medical instruments, and a line of implantable accessories in an eight-year period.

Duties/Responsibilities

Developed new implantable devices and technologies for production lines as manufacturing lead of design team. Coordination of internal and external suppliers for target completion dates.

Developed, qualified, and validated production line and manufacturing process technologies for new products within FDA-regulated and ISO 9001-compliant industry, including welding, surface finishing, cleaning, adhesive application, et al. Initiated, approved, and implemented ECO’s.

Designed and/or ordered tooling, fixturing, and equipment for medical microelectronic production from both internal and external suppliers.

Coordinated transfer of new products and technologies to foreign manufacturing sites, including Puerto Rico, the Netherlands, and Switzerland, working with multinational teams.

Authored step-by-step documentation for procedure to manufacture implantable and non-implantable medical products in standard and clean room environments, including material traceability and developing pass/fail criteria for inspection points.

Coordinated projects across multidisciplinary team, including purchasing, material quality assurance, material vendors, tooling and equipment personnel, test system development, documentation, packaging, software development, product quality assurance, marketing, et al.

Represented company in manufacturing presentations and guided tours for doctors, company executives, and others.

Production Support for electronic medical manufacturing teams

Investigated and dispositioned production and material anomalies and test or inspection failures and incorporated corrective action.

Implemented SPC, Demand Flow lines, DOE.

Directed manufacturing teams, including leading team meetings and giving engineering support to production lines.

Conducted problem resolution meetings with multifunctional and international engineering teams to identify and correct recurring issues and failure trends.

Investigated and incorporated corrective action for returned product and reported field issues.

Intern Reliability Technician May 1987 – November 1990

Performed reliability testing on implantable pacemaker leads, including setup, monitoring, testing, and reporting for reliability assurance studies, including metal induced oxidation and flexural fatigue.

Ministry Leadership:

City on the Hill Christian Fellowship April 2009 – May 2013

Shiloh Church 1998 – 2009

Senior Pastor

Head pastor of fellowship of believers, ranging in size up to 150 regular congregants.

Leading church services and pulpit preaching for over fourteen years.

Main speaker for broadcast of “His Feast” Radio program on KNOF 95.3 FM in St. Paul, reaching Twin Cities metropolitan area, 2001 - 2003.

Teaching and leading Bible studies in both classroom and ‘living room’ settings. Lead men’s groups, leadership training groups, home Bible study groups, discipleship classes, et al.

Counseling, both privately and in conjunction with others. Wide variety of types and circumstances

Certified counselor; graduate of Elijah House, International (Post Falls, ID) Christian Prayer Counseling Training, 1999.

Impact Ministries International Minnesota Regional Coordinator 2012 – present

Regional director and speaker for ministry which operates orphanages and feeds 10,000 people per month in several countries worldwide.



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