Position Overview

Performs the assembly or sub-assembly of medical devices and products in a senior position under limited supervision from line leads and supervisors in accordance with manufacturing documents. Assists the Lead and Supervisor in coordinating production activities. Typical duties:
  • Follow manufacturing instructions to assemble product
  • Record data associated with the building of the product on build records
  • Recognize problems as they arise and interface with Technicians, Engineers or Supervisor to find a solution.
  • Identify continuous improvement opportunities
  • Work with Engineers and Supervisors to perform special assembly requests
  • Assist the Production Lead to address day to day production issues including staffing needs, material availability, and equipment status
  • Follow all related quality, compliance, and company policies and procedures
  • Understand operations objectives and work with team members to achieve overall production goals
  • Responsible for learning and maintaining knowledge and skills to perform majority of the manufacturing processes successfully
  • Train other assemblers on certified manufacturing procedures as directed by the Lead and Supervisor
  • Act as a Production Lead as needed
  • Provide employee performance feedback to Lead and Supervisor
  • Meet all performance standards and metrics by using time and resources efficiently
  • Maintain safe and clean working environment by keeping work area in a neat and organized manner
  • Must be willing to work overtime when needed
    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • General knowledge of clean room procedures.
    • Previous experience using microscope assembly in a medical device industry.
    • Five (5+) years of manufacturing experience, preferably in a Medical Device Assembly.
    • Good interpersonal skills.
    Desired Qualifications
    • Ability to do small part assembly work using a microscope, vision system and or related automated equipment
    • Ability to clearly and effectively communicate (read, write and speak in English) with peers, engineers, leads, supervisors, and managers
    • Basic math skills
    • Knowledge of basic measuring techniques including scales, rulers, US and metric measurement
    • Proficiency in assembly procedures, with the ability to train others on the assembly procedures and inspect assemblers work.
    • Basic computer and Microsoft Office software skills
    • Strong sense of urgency
    • Ability to work in a culturally diverse work population