Compliance Engineer

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We are looking for an experienced Compliance Engineer to join a team of electro-mechanical, software and test engineers within a high-tech product development company based in Cambridgeshire. The company is focusing on making high-tech laboratory equipment, scientific instrumentation, and similar highly complex electro-mechanical systems. The Compliance Engineer will have an experience in product conformance, including knowledge of Machinery Directives, CE marking, the practical application of the EU Low Voltage, EMC, RoHS, Reach and WEEE Directives. The role will include collaboration with the engineering teams in Japan, Switzerland and America and occasional travel overseas might be required. Compliance Engineer responsibilities Researching and applying regulatory standards such as CE, ATEX, NRTL, GMP or GAMP to the design and manufacture of sophisticated scientific laboratory equipment. Working with CE and NRTL notified bodies e.g. UL, TUV, CSA etc Maintaining a reference database of standards Working with external compliance consultants Introduction of new procedures and preparation of conformance documentation Review tests and reports, creating Product Specifications, Tests, Risk assessments, DFMEA`s according to the company standards. Visiting suppliers & customer sites to review manufacturing process and operation of equipment, continuous improvement. Support the purchasing, commercial and managerial teams, creating test plans, data and reports, reviewing project specifications.Compliance Engineer requirements Experience in international compliance and conformance within an industrial environment Experience of CE marking and certifying products, Machinery Directives etc. A good knowledge of current industrial electrical safety control methods and standards Ability to understand engineering drawings and specifications Excellent communication and presentation skills Self-motivated with the ability to plan workloads, balance multiple tasks and ensure involvement where required Working knowledge of Microsoft applications such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint Desirable -but not essential: Familiarity with Chemical or Pharmaceutical industries Experience of Product Data Management systems (PDM, PLM) Knowledge of pressure vessels and related directives A working knowledge of GMP principles and processes Experience of ATEX within industrial process environments Familiarity with GAMP for automation and control systems Ability to speak Japanese would be a particular advantage but is not essential.Vacancy location: South Cambridgeshire ( commutable from Cambridge, Royston, Newmarket, Huntingdon, Bishops Stortford, Stevenage, etc)

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