Manufacturing / Production Assembly Technician (Electronic, Medical)
Our client is an innovative medical device company specialising in the design and development of cutting edge electro-mechanical medical devices and they now have an immediate requirement for a Production Operator responsible for assembling products in accordance with controlled manufacturing processes, instruction and training provided in a timely and efficient manner, ensuring that all product is built in accordance with Company and regulatory requirements.
- Responsible for accurate assembly of products in accordance with prescribed methods and practices.
- To assist product development staff in the development of new and technically innovative products and component designs, supporting and/or conducting feasibility studies, tests and evaluations as necessary.
- To provide assistance in the evaluation and qualification of new assembly equipment and manufacturing processes as required by process engineering.
- To plan and execute work in an orderly fashion as necessary to achieve timely goals and objectives as agreed for each assembly task and/or product development activity.
- To aid in the anticipation of all potential technical problems and ensure that solutions are identified and implemented in an accurate and timely fashion.
- To work in accordance with quality procedures and practises and partake in quality programmes in accordance with ISO 13485.
- Work with all other company employees as a team member and not limit work to any particular discipline or function, be flexible and prepared to take on other duties as might reasonably be expected of you from time to time.
- To ensure that all documentation, including drawings, sketches, calculations, records and test data are properly filed and maintained and to keep a full and comprehensive log book.
- To maintain a clean and tidy work space at all times, assisting others in maintaining the cleanliness of the product assembly and tissue test rooms remaining vigilant at all times for possible causes of contamination, raising any concerns in this regard to your line manager.
Someone who has a proactive 'can-do’ attitude with superb attention to detail and a motivation for continuous improvement. Previous experience in electronic, mechanical and/or electro-mechanical assembly in a quality-controlled environment and preferably of medical device manufacturing is required.
The person must also be IT literate and have experience of working with and testing electronic assemblies (i.e. multimeters, power meters and oscilloscopes) and have experience of working with circuit boards. Good soldering skills down to component level is also required.
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