Description

The Electromechanical Assembly Technician performs the assembly of a complex electromechanical, radiation therapy medical device as part of new product development and routine manufacturing.  This is a very versatile role and the successful candidate will demonstrate competence in a range of technical areas such as delicate electrical interconnects, heavy mechanical component assembly, precise alignments and familiarity with executing software scripts.  Competence in executing system level testing and a high degree of attention to detail and overall product quality are required.

Responsibilities

  • Align, fit, or assemble components, using hand or power tools, fixtures and other assembly aids.
  • Perform cable assembly and routing.
  • Verify part dimensions or other criteria to ensure conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments.
  • Verify correct components and traceability issued to job.
  • Maintain accurate component traceability and associated build documentation.
  • Perform routine subsystem and system level testing. Identify and troubleshoot failures as needed.
  • Perform repairs and upgrades to system as required.
  • Collaborate with engineers to establish the assembly and test processes and provide feedback for design and process improvements.
  • Support investigations to resolve quality issues such as NCMR’s, complaints, and CAPA’s.
  • Follow all quality, safety, and housekeeping practices.

Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years experience as a technician in an R&D or manufacturing environment.
  • High school degree or equivalent.
  • Experience working in regulated environment of FDA QSR’s and/or ISO 13485.
  • Experience assembling and troubleshooting complex electromechanical systems and related software.
  • Cable assembly and routing experience.
  • Proficient with basic hand tools and inspection equipment.
  • Reading and interpreting electronic circuit and mechanical drawings.
  • Following detailed process instructions and documenting component traceability.
  • Strong attention to documentation details and assembly quality.
  • Working knowledge of Lean Manufacturing principles such as 5S, waste elimination, 1-piece workflow and quality built-in.
  • Must be able to routinely lift heavy objects up to 50 pounds, as some sub-assemblies must be moved during assembly or test of the system.
  • Motivated, proactive self-starter.
  • Must be strong team player with good communication skills.
  • Ability to work 2nd shift hours over the range of 12 noon-10 pm.

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