The Manufacturing Technician will support all technical functions within Manufacturing and work closely with the Technical Operations team to construct, troubleshoot and sustain production lines (including test stations, equipment and processes).
Primary QMS Responsibilities:
Responsible for the construction, troubleshooting, and sustaining of test stations and equipment to support manufacturing goals.
Operate under the guideline of GMP/Company QMS.
Contribute to continuous improvement to manufacturing efficiency, product quality, and the team's morale.
Escalate issue(s) to supervisor, engineer, management, and/or peers in a clear, effective and timely manner.
Follow established quality policies and adhere to operating procedures and guidelines.
Primary Non-QMS Responsibilities:
Maintain a safe and open working environment.
Understanding of mechanical drawings and/or electrical diagrams.
First response Technical resource to the Manufacturing team.
Other duties as assigned
Education and/or Experience
High School level equivalency (English reading/writing proficiency).
AS degree in a technical discipline is a plus.
2 - 6yrs in an ISO environment (FDA regulated Medical Device industry is a plus).
Ability to work independently as well as in a team through technical issues.
Ability to troubleshoot electro-mechanical and pneumatic issues.
Good communication skills with attention to detail.
Ability to lift a minimum of 20 lbs.
Ability to move about the manufacturing facility (access files/storage, office equipment, computers and other productivity devices; plan, organize, and attend manufacturing meetings; attend to various issues on the shop floor; etc.), is required.
Work within a low humidity environment (<10% RH) for extended period of time.