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Role Summary: This person will work in production, supporting the manufacture of Anesthesia machines, Critical Care Ventilators or Vaporizers; driving product quality, delivery, and Lean processes.
Employees will join Union after probation period of 60 days.
Employees will be placed on first shift for training. After training, may be assigned to first or second shift, as needed.
Follow instructions to perform electronic and mechanical assembly.
Fine manipulation of parts, test rigs, and assembly jigs to facilitate production.
Utilize hand held and power tools to facilitate production.
Utilize test and verification processes to ensure high quality production.
Document completion of procedures and non-conformances.
Move, store, transact, and deliever material throughout the plant.
Support production requirements by performing assigned work as needed.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Consistent proven work history
Ability to perform detail oriented work and complete projects on time
Basic computer knowledge
Must be able to physically lift (floor to waist, waist to crown level, and horizontally) up to 30 lbs.
Must be able to physically carry up to 30 lbs.
Must be able to physically perform simple grasping, firm grasping, fine manipulation, neck rotation, and neck flexion frequently (34-66%) throughout the workday.
Must be able to physically twist, push/pull, reach at or above shoulder height, reach below should height occasionally (6-33%) throughout the workday.
Must be able to physically stoop, bend, squat, and balance rarely (1-5%) throughout the workday.
Experience in medical device assembly
Light manufacturing or assembly experience
Electronics/computer training and/or experience
Higher education courses and/or relevant work experience
Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
Team player open to new ideas and continuous improvement
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