A custom plastic molding company wants to hire Assembly Technicians to work in a clean room environment manufacturing a new line of medical devices. The purpose-built clean room will house industry leading molding, automation, and robotic technologies and will be managed by a small, highly skilled, and cross trained team
ASSEMBLY TECHNICIAN POSITION REQUIREMENTS
- Inspect, maintain, and assist machine production.
- Conduct daily inspections of production assembly equipment to monitor performance, recommend appropriate preventative maintenance (PM) repairs, and record findings.
- Perform routine preventive maintenance for production systems & equipment to sustain optimal availability and reliability, and safe operating status.
- Disassemble, repair, and reassemble equipment according to operating manual, schematics, blueprints, and external technical assistance.
- Perform in-process parts inspection to company standards.
- Validate that equipment is operating safely and to OEM / company standards.
- Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair machinery as needed.
- Write legibly and practice proper Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) in a manufacturing area.
- Responsible for production recording, and maintaining a safe work
- Responsible for maintaining the highest quality parts produced, production performance, Statistical Process Controls (SPC) and documentation.
- Assist in training fellow team members in the work cell to drive for optimum performance.
- Follow all required Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Documentation Practice (GDP) procedures.
- Maintain the integrity of the cleanroom requirements in all job duties.
- Keep work area and floors neat and orderly.
- Wear company issued required personal protective equipment (PPE) for an ISO-8 Class cleanroom environment.
ASSEMBLY TECHNICIAN POSITION EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
- A minimum of a year of product assembly experience.
- Basic math skills – add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
- An understanding of continuous improvement, six sigma or lean manufacturing concepts.
- Good time management practices. Lift and/or move up 25 pounds and occasionally more 50 to 100 lbs. with assistance of equipment.
- Reliable and dependable attendance.
- Flexibility with work schedule and willingness to work overtime when needed.
- Stand for most of the work shift. Occasionally walk, sit, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
In addition to an hourly rate in the $20 to $22 range, the company offers competitive healthcare benefits, a 401(k) with matching, etc..