Perform specific duties according to SOP's within the VS3 Assembly/Packaging Department, either by the use of both hands or by using machinery when assigned.
Responsible for the assembly and/or manufacturing of single use, surgical components to create finished goods SKUs in the VS3 Assembly/Packaging area.
All work performed must be completed with the highest Quality standards possible and within the allowed time given in order to maintain the highest efficiencies possible with minimum requirements established for each operation.
Work schedule: Monday - Thursday; 6:00 am - 4:30 pm. Must be able to work overtime as needed, including Saturday's and Sunday's.
Mainly responsible for:
- Assembly of subassemblies, final assemblies, and final packaging of single use surgical components.
- Able to read and comprehend written material.
- Efficiently bundle tube sets.
- Fill positions on both automated/manual assembly lines.
- Handle/deliver material to manufacturing lines.
- Sub-assembly for multiple product lines.
- Manually assemble small parts.
- Operate sealing machines (pouch and tray).
- Label corrugated boxes.
- Manually fill finished goods into corrugated boxes.
- Stacking/orienting boxes onto a pallet.
- Safely operating and loading automatic Mini Winder machine.
- Re-stocking corrugated cardboard in packaging area.
- Transferring finished product from packaging to shipping area using a manual pallet jack.
- Climbing a ladder and retrieving stock from shelving.
- Taking direction from assigned point people, Lead(s), or Supervision.
- Working autonomously with little or no direction after being assigned.
- Sitting and/or standing as required.
- Job rotation, as required.
- Performing other duties not listed while within the scope of the Disposable Packs responsibility.
High School diploma. Equivalent experience may be considered.
Ability to read and write, add and subtract whole numbers; follow instructions; use of fixed gauges, direct reading instruments and similar devices; where interpretation is not required. Dependable and reliable with strong attendance record. Must be able to stand or sit in one place for periods of time. Must be able to use telephones, calculators, and computer equipment including hand held tablets. Must be able to sit under microscope for periods of time.
- Experience using assembly equipment.
- Documentation of finished product.
- Knowledge of Standard Operating Procedures. (SOP's)
- Working in an FDA/GMP regulated environment to include "Clean Rooms" and all the restrictions that are associated with a clean room environment.
- Previous experience with hand or machinery assembly of small parts is beneficial.