Job DescriptionAssembler III - Contract role, 5 month duration.
Rate of pay: $20.24/hour.
- Experienced in assembling medical devices on two or more product lines at or above the quantity standard rate projected by the supervisor or lead.
- Demonstrates an understanding of our Quality System Policies by referencing and explaining written line procedures.
- Complete and maintain accurate written records of manufacturing operations on production documentation following appropriate training i.e. Device History Records, Data Sheets and Lot Control.
- Understand and carry out instructions by their assigned Supervisor or Lead regarding priorities, work schedules, special assignments, job standards and related information required to build medical devices.
- Adaptable to changes in procedures and is able to learn new procedures due to product line and technology modifications.
- May be asked to cross train on a variety of product line operations.
- May assist Assembler III or Lead in training procedures.
- General understanding of LEAN Manufacturing Principals to assist in improving established metrics.
- Proactively informs the lead or supervisor of material shortages.
- Maintains a safe work environment by following and practicing good housekeeping and safety guidelinespolicies (e.g. ergonomics, job rotation, stretching exercises, tool handling and preventive maintenance).
- Maintain acceptable standards for attendance and work overtime and varying shifts as needed.
- Uses time effectively and constructively, does not engage in idle conversation that disrupts others and or the assigned operation, stays in the work area and does not abuse break times.
- Volunteers in Shared Leadership activities. i.e. Kanban Management, Calibration, and Metrics Board Maintenance.
- All Other Essential Duties as directed.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- 2 to 3 years of previous medical device assembly experience.
- Must be able to communicate by way of telephone, e mail, or in person to supervisors, leads and team members.
- Must be able to understand verbal and written work instructions.
- Basic mathematical skills as required to perform job duties (add, subtract, multiply, divide).
- Must be able to work in a clean room environment and follow the clean room environment practices and procedures.
- Must be able to perform repetitive work according to set procedures, sequence and pace.
- Knowledge of GDP, GMP, and Lean Manufacturing preferred.
- Maintains confidentiality of documents and processes.
- Must have fine motor skills and high degree of dexterity and eye coordination to work with and assemble small parts and subassemblies using both hands.
- Must be able to operate manufacturing and measurement equipment when applicable following appropriate training; not limited to: microscopes, test equipment, EFDs, ultrasonic welders, soldering irons, dial callipers, pressure gages, and rulers.
- Basic MS Windows skills and site specific PC programs as required to perform job duties following training.
On-Board was founded in 1976 by Robert L. Wilson to provide Engineering and Design services to the chemical manufacturing industry. Today, On-Board is a thriving privately held family of companies with services including: Consulting, Professional Engineering, Industrial Maintenance and Facility Management, Contracted Manufacturing and Production Services, as well as Temporary Staffing and Recruiting throughout North America.
One of the unique aspects of On-Board is our ability to customize solutions with each of the complimentary business verticals to satisfy our partners goals including Total Solutions.
Role: Assembler III
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