Compensation and Benefit Plan Essay

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Compensation and Benefits Plan
Companies welcome employees to their organizations through job proposals that should set the tone for a good working relationship. Companies spend tremendous amount of time and resources seeking and attracting high quality talent and people who will hopefully contribute to the long-term success and future growth of the organization. Compensation and benefit packages can be strategic tools that reflect an organization’s commitment to the employee. They should be designed to meet the candidate’s needs and expectations to ensure acceptance. This paper represents a job proposal created by our team for the position of Senior Reliability Engineer at Medtronic, Inc. Various resources and websites were utilized
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Company Medtronic Diabetes
Location USA-CA-Northridge
Job Type Full Time - Regular
Exempt/Non-Exempt Exempt
Shift First
Travel Percentage less than 25%
Experience Required 5 years
Education Required B.S. in Engineering, Science, or a Mathematical Discipline

Position Description:
Be a technical leader for the initiation and development of world-class Reliability Program at Medtronic Diabetes for medical device product lines. Responsible for performing reliability activities, such as Ongoing Reliability testing, Physics of Failure, Reliability Growth, and Demonstration. Ensure accurate, timely independent evaluation of product performance, and safety prior to market release or clinical studies.

Position Responsibilities
• Prepare, review, execute, approve reliability growth and demonstration test plans/reports for the introduction of new product designs, and enhancement/evolution of current product designs.
• Perform root cause failure analysis and troubleshooting (mechanical and electrical) for current and new products undergoing reliability and validation testing.
• Develop final assembly and sub-assembly/component test plans for HALT/HASS for current and new products.
• Create new test equipment and methodology to evaluate, predict the reliability of new products and existing medical devices on both system
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