|Location||San Jose, CA|
|Date Posted||May 16, 2017|
- Performs electro-mechanical assembly of flow cytometers, sub-assemblies and related medical device products.
- Follows established methods and procedures in performing, assembly of optical, mechanical, fluidic and electronic components and assemblies.
- Employs high standards of workmanship to ensure high quality products are produced on schedule.
- Typically works on assignments that are routine.
- Understands implications of work, and makes recommendations for improvement.
- Normally receives instruction on daily work, occasionally uses independent judgment and employs some initiative.
- Must be able to work in a team oriented atmosphere with assemblers, technicians, QA personnel, and engineers, completing tasks and communicating effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Performs instrument assembly by following released procedures
- Performs in process inspection to ensure products meet specifications and standards.
- Generates required documentation to complete the Device History Record (DHR)
- May require engineering support to resolve complex and unique problems.
- Must be able to read and understand: assembly instructions, work orders, Bills of Materials, Standard Operation Procedures, and all other documentation used to control our products and processes.
- Confers with engineers, technicians, production personnel, and others regarding assembly procedures.
- Expected to provide feedback on production and methods, product design issues, continuously strives to improve product quality and operational efficiency
- Will provide support to project teams whose objectives may be: quality improvement, cost reduction, cycle time reduction, reliability improvement, increase operational efficiency, or new product introduction.
- Assists in creating and updating process and product documentation.
- Must have the ability to create and maintain productive working relationships within the work team and with other functions.
- Collaborates with peers to to achieve shared departmental goals.
- Collects and documents key measurements and data. Reviews metrics on a regular basis and strives to improve individual and group performance.
- Keep work area clean organized and safe
- Fill out time sheets and all other required paperwork accurately and on time.
- Keeps training file up to date at all times.
- Keeps abreast of the basic requirements for compliance in own area of work and complies with those requirements.
- Participates as required in training on regulatory issues affecting own area of work.
- Brings regulatory compliance questions/issues to the attention of management.
- Follows BDIS Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) policies and procedures
- Takes responsibility for safety in immediate work area. Participates in EH&S programs.
- Notifies supervisors of all observed hazardous conditions or unsafe work practices.
- May provide recommendations on maintaining the safety of the work environment.
- Other duties may be assigned.