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Senior Manufacturing Engineer

Req # 22122815 Location Skaneateles, New York, United States Job Category Manufacturing Date posted 06/06/2022

This is where you save and sustain lives

At Baxter, we are deeply connected by our mission. No matter your role at Baxter, your work makes a positive impact on people around the world. You’ll feel a sense of purpose throughout the organization, as we know our work improves outcomes for millions of patients. 

Baxter’s products and therapies are found in almost every hospital worldwide, in clinics and in the home. For over 85 years, we have pioneered significant medical innovations that transform healthcare.

Together, we create a place where we are happy, successful and inspire each other. This is where you can do your best work. 

Join us at the intersection of saving and sustaining lives— where your purpose accelerates our mission. 

Your role at Baxter

The Senior Manufacturing Engineer reports to the Senior Manager Manufacturing Engineering. In this role you will support several manufacturing assembly lines within the Final Assembly Department.   You will partner with cross - functional operations teams members (i.e. Production Supervisor, Quality Assurance  Engineer, and Materials Planning) to optimally identify, investigate and resolve manufacturing process related issues.  In addition, you will drive continuous improvement initiatives in support of departmental, site and corporate objectives for Safety, Quality, Delivery, Productivity, and Cost Performance. 

Your team

We are a team of inquisitive individuals who embrace a collaborative environment to tackle sophisticated challenges that meet the needs of our patients. We often need to change directions and respond to issues to avoid disruptions in our fast-paced manufacturing environment. Together, we build and maintain a positive work environment.

Our engineering team at Skaneateles Falls is dedicated to quality. Delivering life-saving products is about getting them right, and our technical expertise and experience working in a manufacturing environment empower us to meet that challenge.

When you join us, you will work with a team of committed individuals who trust each other to deliver on the tasks at hand. We support innovation and out-of-the-box thinking balanced with teamwork across functions and other teams. Our leadership understands the need for continuous education and provides opportunities for further development.

What you'll be doing

  • Member of multi-functional Final Assembly “Gemba” Team with responsibility for 10-12 medical device manufacturing assembly lines.
  • Develop and maintain manufacturing process documentation including but not limited to: Manufacturing Process Specifications, Device History Records, Tooling/Equipment Specifications, Preventative Maintenance and Calibration procedures through Engineering Change Management (ECM) process.
  • Perform and document root cause analysis for Non-Conforming Material Reports.
  • Summarize and report on departmental Safety, Quality, Delivery, Productivity, and Cost performance measures.
  • Use Lean/Six Sigma methodology to identify and drive Continuous Improvement Projects to improve Safety, Quality, Delivery, Productivity, and Cost performance measures.
  • Develop and manage process and Equipment Validation/Verification Strategies for new or changing manufacturing process elements.
  • Develop and implement Engineering Builds and assist with Material Qualification Planning to support new or changing component requirements.
  • Perform and document Impact Assessments and Corrective Actions for Equipment Remediation’s associated with out of tolerance calibration results.
  • Proactively identify and address safety related issues through Near Miss Reporting Process.

What you'll bring


  • A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, in a relevant Engineering subject area.
  • Two to four years of solid work experience in a related field.


  • Experience in the Medical Device or a similar regulated industry.
  • SAP, CAD modeling, Schematic drafting, PLC programming, and/or Visual Basic programming experience is a plus.



The successful candidate for this job may be required to verify that he or she has been vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to reasonable accommodations for individuals with medical conditions or religious beliefs that prevent vaccination, and in accordance with applicable law.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Baxter is an equal opportunity employer. Baxter evaluates qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, disability/handicap status or any other legally protected characteristic.

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