Equipment Engineer I/II
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Menlo Park, CA, USA
Experience Level
  • 0-4+ years of related experience with a BS/BA or higher degree in Engineering or equivalent work experience
  • Excellent communication skills to work in a team as a leader and provide internal customer support
  • Excellent time management skills to support a fast-paced working environment
  • Strong industrial, electrical, and mechanical knowledge
  • Knowledge of systems infrastructure
  • Proven experience planning within a computerized maintenance/calibration management system and working with computer programs (Google G-Suite, Microsoft Office365)
  • Experience in Labor and material planning
  • Knowledge Safety Training, lock out tag out (LOTO), Hazardous material, and waste handling
  • Preferred:
  • Experience with Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Manufacturing Management Systems (MES), scheduling software, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software
  • Experience planning in Blue Mountain RAM
  • Experience working in a clinical laboratory regulated environment (CAP/CLIA)
  • Experience working in an ISO 13485 regulated environment
  • Calibration experience
  • Kitting experience
  • Project management skills
  • Accurately measures the maintenance backlog in its various forms
  • Create and update: procedures, work instructions, guidelines, and testing documents such as installation / operational / verifications, standard operating procedures (SOP)Demonstrate flexibility in work schedule and can adjust priorities as needed
  • Establish a world class planning structure that addresses issues in a timely manner and maximize the system up time for 24x7 operations
  • Lead root cause investigations, drive for resolutions, and follow through completion
  • Manage and source vendors to support qualifications, installations, calibrations, investigations, upgrades, preventive maintenance (PM), and/or repairs as needed
  • Manage spare parts inventory
  • Participate, be a role model, and adhere to GRAIL's policies and guidelines
  • Preparation of reports, metrics, and other tracking tools measuring / allowing for success
  • Provide technical training, support in the creation of new training, and transfer knowledge to fellow engineers and laboratory operators
  • Support the investigations NCRs, CAPAs, and associated quality and technical investigations
  • Work closely with quality and regulatory to determine, include, implement and follow the required policies, requirements, and procedures for equipment lifecycle events

501-1,000 employees

Designs cancer screening tests
Company Overview
GRAIL's mission is to detect cancer early, when it can be cured. They are working to change the trajectory of cancer mortality and bring stakeholders together to adopt innovative, safe, and effective technologies that can transform cancer care.
  • Outstanding People - Join a team of passionate and dedicated professionals, committed to collaboration, education, and proactive problem-solving.
  • Strong Compensation - We offer competitive salaries and savings plans to provide for long-term financial planning.
  • Complete Health Coverage - Take advantage of comprehensive health coverage, with medical, dental and vision, to keep you and your family healthy.
  • Work-Life Balance - Make everyday life more manageable with flexible time off – we trust you to do great work and take time for yourself.
Company Core Values
  • Grit - We are determined and resilient because patients are counting on us.
  • Respect - We value diversity and challenge each other respectfully.
  • Accountability - We own our decisions and keep our commitments.
  • Integrity - We adhere to our principles of humility, transparency, and rigor.
  • Leadership - We make each other better by making leadership everyone’s responsibility