Vicarious Surgical is hiring a Robotic Electro/Mechanical Assembler to join our team in Waltham, MA. This is a terrific opportunity for a hands-on person with medical device industry experience to transition to surgery robotics. Vicarious Surgical’s novel approach to surgery uses a combination of proprietary, human-like surgical robots and virtual reality to transport surgeons inside the patient when performing minimally invasive surgery. Our technology was granted Breakthrough Device Designation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which provides unique opportunities for our regulatory pathway.
This role is based in our brand-new Waltham, MA office with working hours of Monday through Friday 7am-3:30pm (with some flexibility).
● Assembly of electro/mechanical components. ● Ability to follow manufacturing procedures, bills of materials, assembly drawings and routings. ● Implement documentation updates as required through the Engineering Change Order process. ● Work closely with Manufacturing, Engineering and QA departments to assure proper assembly. ● Knowledge of ESD practices and procedures. ● Ability to work under magnification equipment on small integrated components. ● Assist the R&D group with projects to further improve product performance. ● Knowledge of FDA QRS/GMP’s & ISO 13485 & 9001 requirements. ● Maintain the working production area and support the organization as needed. ● Manage workload to assure products are delivered on-time and in a quality manner. ● Maintain service/device records for each robot/device assembled.
● At least 3 to 5+ years of overall work experience of electro/mechanical assembler preferably in the medical device industry. ● Demonstrated detailed root cause analysis troubleshooting skills. ● The ability to evaluate and troubleshoot complex electromechanical instruments. ● Ability to interpret schematics and drawings, perform modifications and accomplish rework to new and used subassemblies and systems. ● Experience handling and assembling microscopic pieces (previous hands-on experience with small features, measuring down to fractions of a millimeter). ● Ability to hand solder components onto a printed circuit board. ● Good oral and written communication skills and ability to learn and teach others are essential as is a strong work ethic, positive attitude. ● Experience working in a clean room environment is a plus.