Shift 6am to 2:30pm, with OT - till 4:30pm.
1/2 hr lunch
Minimum Requirements (Must Haves):
Typically requires an Associate's degree (A.S.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school
Ability to effectively communicate information and respond to questions both verbally and in writing.
Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations
Good mechanical aptitude, dexterity and hand/eye coordination. Must be able to reach, bend and lift 35 lbs on a daily basis
Experienced in the use of: DVM’s (Digital Volt Meter), Oscilloscope and general test equipment,
Experienced PC or MAC user, familiar with: Word, Excel, Windows and/or MAC OS
Knowledge of PC’s and networking environments
Desirable Qualifications (Nice to Have):
Experience working in a medical device manufacturing organization.
3+ years related experience in a high tech, manufacturing environment
Experience testing and troubleshooting: laser based optical systems, fluidic systems, digital and analog circuitry
Strong experience with Excel, Visio, Power Point
Strong knowledge of ISO 9000 and cGMP 21 CFR part 820
Exposure to ISO 9000 and cGMP 21 CFR part 820
Conducts production testing of assembled flow cytometers and related medical device products. May integrate systems and conduct a variety of electronic, mechanical, optical, fluidic and electromechanical activities on systems, subassemblies, and parts to ensure unit functions according to specifications. Will be expected to perform system level and subassembly level troubleshooting to determine root cause, and implement correction of assembly or material defects. Responsible for producing quality products on schedule. Typically works on assignments that moderately difficult, applies detailed technical knowledge. Generally receives some instruction, uses independent judgment for most activities and employs a high degree of initiative. Must be able to work in a team oriented atmosphere with assemblers, technicians, QA personnel, and engineers, completing tasks and communicating effectively, both orally and in writing.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Performs instrument optimization functions after final assembly: laser alignment, pressure adjustments, electrical adjustments, etc. • Performs final production testing and inspection to ensure products meet performance specifications and standards. • Analyzes test results on defective units to determine root cause of failure. • Replaces or repairs defective components or assemblies, processes appropriate paperwork, may return unit to assembly for repair. • Compares test results with specifications and records test data and plots test results. Generates required documentation to complete the Device History Record (DHR) • Analyzes test results on defective units to determine root cause of failure. Frequently requires engineering support to resolve complex and unique problems. • Must be able to read and understand: detailed test instructions, assembly instructions, work orders, test results, Bills of Materials, Standard Operation Procedures, and all other documentation used to control our products and processes. • Confers with engineers, technicians, production personnel, and others regarding testing procedures and results and to resolve problems. Determines, develops and documents troubleshooting techniques. • Assists in creating and updating process and product documentation. • Must have the ability to create and maintain productive working relationships within the work team and with other functions. Collaborates with peers to achieve shared departmental goals. • Collects and documents key measurements and data. Reviews metrics on a regular basis and strives to improve individual and group performance. • Keep work area clean organized and safe • Fill out time sheets and all other required paperwork accurately and on time. Keeps training file up to date at all times. • Other duties may be assigned.
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