Careers < Process Engineer


Sequel is re-engineering life's essential products - starting with your tampon. Founded by two Stanford engineers and athletes, Sequel relies on fluid mechanics to finally give women the leak-free menstrual experience they need to perform at their best in the boardroom, the stadium, and beyond.

We believe that women are never truly prepared for their most critical moments when their products are not up to the standards that they should be. For modern active women who are breaking barriers and shattering glass ceilings today, the current selection of women’s health products are leaky tampons or bulky liners and do not measure up to their standards.

We are looking for a Process Engineer that has experience with quality and regulatory requirements.

The ideal candidate has experience working in a highly regulated environment, such as medical devices, aerospace, etc. An individual who would excel in this role would be a self-starter who thrives in a fast-paced, high-growth, results-oriented environment.

The primary responsibility of our Process Engineer will identify areas for improvement and make the appropriate upgrades to ensure we can hit our goals and deadlines. In addition, the process engineer will have to maintain current processes and workflows, and also design and implement new testing procedures that can increase productivity. This individual will also need to manage equipment. We will also expect this individual to assemble reports that document status and changes.

The challenge and benefit of this role are that the responsibilities in this job are multifaceted and require a high degree of flexibility in the day-to-day activities.

Experience with a QMS is a definite plus but not required.

Key Responsibilities

  • Maintain existing processes and workflows.
  • Design, upgrade, implement and test new procedures to increase productivity in order to implement and validate automation processes.
  • Establish process requirements
  • Design and execute test scripts.
  • Assemble reports and document the status and changes of our process and regulatory needs.
  • Establish standard process control (SPC) for the manufacturing process.
  • Monitor SPC metrics to identify process/workflow upgrade opportunities.
  • Identify and scale current workflows and processes at our manual manufacturing eventually to our automation manufacturing.
  • Testing and monitoring equipment
  • Conducting risk assessments


  • 3-5 years of professional process experience in medical, aerospace, mechanical, or other heavily regulated industries.
  • Previous experience in regulations and standards
  • Strong communication skills
  • Collaborative experience with regulatory
  • Bachelors in engineering

Please submit your application here.  Include a profile, availability, hourly rate and references.