Process Engineer I - Electrical

US-CA-Rancho Santa Margarita


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Applied Medical is a rapidly growing, global organization that develops, manufactures and distributes medical devices to more than 75 countries. Our driving purpose is to satisfy the three fundamental healthcare needs: enhanced clinical outcomes, outstanding value and unrestricted choice. For 30 years, Applied Medical has been at the forefront of innovation and technology. As a result of our highly vertically integrated business model, we control all of our processes in-house, from R&D concept to clinical implementation. Applied Medical engineers take a hands-on approach, utilizing in-house cutting-edge technologies, such as automation and robotics, advanced metal processing, injection molding, and rapid prototyping. We invest heavily in R&D, advanced technologies and most importantly – the growth of our team members.


Applied Medical is proud to have a culture firmly grounded in teamwork, collaboration and regulatory compliance, while providing opportunities for growth and choice in individual career paths.

Position Description

As a Process Engineer I, you will learn and develop skills related to sustaining and improving production manufacturing processes as part of a cross-functional team.



Receive guidance to complete the following:

  • Sustain manufacturing processes
  • Debug manufacturing processes and equipment via root cause analysis
  • Run, observe and expedite shop orders
  • Develop and update engineering documents such as process maps, process FMEA, Manufacturing/Quality Instructions, test methods, drawings, and test reports
  • Collaborate with the Production team to identify capabilities and capacity
  • Collaborate with the Engineering team for equipment selection, design and development

Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Software, Biomedical, Industrial, or Manufacturing Engineering (or equivalent)
  • Proficient at reading schematics (i.e. Altium), generating spreadsheets, scheduling programs, and word processing
  • Knowledgeable on a variety of electronic circuits
  • Ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams
  • Effective oral and written communication skills
  • Must have a technical aptitude and be detail-oriented
  • Familiar with electronic lab equipment


  • Experience in engineering (i.e. internships or co-ops)
  • Engineering capstone projects related to electronic or medical devices
  • Working knowledge of PCBA manufacturing and troubleshooting
  • Working knowledge of Statistical Process Control
  • Experience with technical writing
  • Understanding of manufacturing and quality standards, including FDA regulations and ISO quality systems


  • Training and mentorship with ongoing learning and development courses
  • On-campus wellness activities
  • Comprehensive medical and dental coverage
  • Education reimbursement program
  • 401(k) program with employer match
  • Generous holiday and vacation accrual


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