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Structural Packaging Engineer (Freelance)

Posted Oct 20, 2021
Project ID: PHILJP00024066
6 months
(Dec 1, 2021 - Jun 1, 2022)
40 hrs/week
Payrate range
37 - 55 €/hr

In this role, you have the opportunity to
Work on packaging development for different businesses for Grooming & Beauty from initial design concepts to mass production in a multidisciplinary team.

You are responsible for
As a Structural Packaging engineer, you are able to
influence a multi-disciplinary team of packaging engineers and designers within the projects, e.g. steer a Packaging development engineer and manage cross functional aspects,
Designing, detailing out and releasing new structural packaging concepts for different categories within Philips from design to production, using the latest trends, materials, finishing and technologies.
Working closely together with communication designers, suppliers, engineers and marketing manager and informing your stakeholders in an effective way.
Manage product requirements, lead DFMEA's and follow design methodology release packs, parts and modules for mass production,
lead ideations sessions, drive concept creation and decision making,
keep oversight of the complete appliance development (assist the lead engineer), proof that your construction fulfills the function(s) and requirements under all load cases (via e.g. calculation, simulation, tolerance analysis, proto's & testing), detail 3D and 2D files incorporating Design for Manufacturing and Design for Assembly requirements and using product management software for archiving plan and prioritize your own work and manage the interfaces with other product/modules/parts & able to work via agile approach, identify gaps and implement improvements to bring the Structural Packaging group to a higher level, capture and re-use of existing knowledge and share learnings,

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