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Manufacturing Technician

Spectraforce • San Diego, CA

Posted 15 days ago

Job Snapshot

Full-Time
Medical Equipment
Entry Level

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Job Description

Title: Manufacturing Technician

Duration – 12 Months

Location – San Diego, CA, 92121

 

Job Requirements

Job Description

·         The Production Technician provides multi-functional support to the production floor and works both independently and in coordination with members of Production, PFT, and Operations Engineering groups.

·         This position would work in office, production floor, and lab environments.

·         Technicians are responsible for building, testing and troubleshooting electrical/electronic circuitry and other systems used in finished equipment.

·         Demonstrates working understanding of electronic and electromechanical systems. Demonstrates working understanding of a variety of laboratory test equipment. Assembles prototype devices and systems.

·         Fabricates electronic and electromechanical test fixtures. Sets up and executes pre-defined subsystem/system qualification protocols with moderate supervision. Sets up data equipment to capture test data.

·         Performs basic statistical analysis of results. Investigates, analyzes, repairs, and documents component or system level failures. Is skilled in own work area within an analytical / scientific method or operational process area (e.g., material handling and management, logistics, manufacturing production).

·         Expands skills and techniques in one skill area / process / method. Maintains appropriate licenses / training / certifications, as needed. Applies knowledge and skills to complete assigned tasks within own area.

·         Works within established SOPs and / or scientific methods and adheres to quality guidelines.

·         Works with a moderate degree of supervision

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Commitment to Safety, by following site safety procedures and utilizing safety equipment as required for daily tasks. Ability to document Near Miss reports, safety opportunities, accident reports, etc.

·         Uses manufacturing instructions, job aids, standard operating procedures, and product specifications to execute repair activities.

·         Maintains accurate documentation, records and logs in accordance with FDA (Food and Drug Administration), GMPs (Good Manufacturing Practices) and ISO13485 (International Organization for Standardization).

·         Perform minor troubleshooting and problem solving in production units, equipment and processes.

·         Follow testing and inspection procedures (i.e. visual inspections, in-process, final product specifications).

·         Perform Rework/Sort and re-packaging of materials under supervision.

·         Ability to work in teams to achieve operational goals while being engaged in the process.

·         Some overtime will be required with prior notice to support business needs.

·         Emergency overtime may be required with little notice to ensure operational objectives.

Qualifications

- High School diploma or equivalency required.

- Familiarity with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) is preferred.

- 2+ years of experience in manufacturing or repair environments, strongly preferred

- Must be able to read proficiently, write legibly, analyze/evaluate charts/graphs, follow simple diagrams, and follow manufacturing and inspection procedures

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