The position of Disposable Equipment Assembler is an entry level assembler where past manufacturing experience is preferred but not a requirement, we can train candidates from other industries. Due to the nature of disposable production lines this is a high quantity, high pace work environment where the assembler must efficiently perform both hand assembly and automated machine operation .
You must be able to document all work performed with attention to specific details, such as part number and lot numbers, to meet regulatory guidelines for ISO and FDA compliance. You should possess a strong aptitude in mechanical and spatial awareness as well average or above hand dexterity to effectively manipulate the parts used during the assembly process.
You must have excellent organizational skills, function well in a team environment, and have the versatility and ability to adapt well to process changes and system improvements. Have a willingness to train others in all aspects of the assembly operation and perform duties outside manufacturing as required and demonstrate a positive attitude while using good judgement to complete their work as safely as possible.
- Follow written and verbal instructions when training.
- Efficiently manipulate assembly parts at the
- Work at the required pace to meet build quotas.
- Composed when operating automated assembly machines.
- Excellent attention to detail and accurately repeating and documenting steps.
- Understand procedures relating to ISO and FDA guidelines for compliance.
- Perform activities outside of manufacturing as required.
- Work in a team environment, with co-workers & other departments.
- Provide training to others as necessary
- Adapt to changes in procedures, revisions, and system improvements.
- Provide technical support to R & D, Corrective action & Compliance.
- Cross-train to be fully qualified in all manufacturing activities.
- Lear Quality Systems & Documentation requirements for FDA compliance.
- A high school diploma or equivalent.
- The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
- Experience using hand tools and working with small objects.
- Accurately review, interpret & record information with attention to detail.
- An ability to follow detailed written work instructions for assembly.
- Familiarity with the use of test equipment, and using a computer.
- Familiarity with the operation of mechanical production equipment.
- Experience in assembly is not necessarily required but helpful.
- Work in a clean room with protective clothing (provided).
- Must be at work on time and dress casually.