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.
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.
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.