Assemble Medical Devices: Follow assembly instructions and guidelines to accurately assemble medical devices or pharmaceutical products. This may involve intricate tasks such as attaching components, connecting wiring, inserting batteries, or handling small parts.Quality Assurance: Inspect assembled products to ensure they meet quality standards and specifications. Perform visual checks, functional tests, or use specialized equipment to verify product integrity and identify any defects or deviations. Report any discrepancies to supervisors or quality control personnel.Compliance and Documentation: Adhere to regulatory guidelines, including Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and safety protocols. Maintain accurate and detailed records of assembly activities, production data, and any quality issues encountered during the process.
Equipment Operation and Maintenance: Operate and maintain assembly equipment, machinery, or tools in a safe and efficient manner. Perform routine maintenance, troubleshooting, or minor repairs as needed. Notify maintenance personnel or supervisors of any equipment malfunctions or abnormalities.Team Collaboration: Collaborate with other members of the assembly team, including supervisors, technicians, and quality control personnel, to ensure smooth workflow and efficient production. Communicate any challenges, suggestions, or process improvements to enhance overall productivity and product quality.Cleanroom Practices: Adhere to strict cleanroom practices, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, masks, gowns, or hairnets. Maintain cleanliness and orderliness of the work area to prevent contamination and uphold sterile conditions.
High school diploma or equivalent is typically required, although some employers may prefer a vocational or technical certification related to medical device assembly or pharmaceutical manufacturing.Previous experience in a similar role, preferably in a regulated industry such as medical devices, pharmaceuticals, or biotechnology, is highly desirable.Familiarity with assembly techniques, hand tools, and measuring instruments.Understanding of quality control principles and experience in performing quality checks or inspections.Knowledge of cleanroom protocols and aseptic techniques is a plus.Attention to detail, manual dexterity, and the ability to follow precise instructions.Strong organizational skills and the ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment.Can speak, read and write Englishcan stand the whole 10 hours of the shift without needed to sit down while working on the floor.Good communication skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team.Note: The specific job requirements may vary depending on the employer, the type of medical devices or pharmaceutical products being assembled, and the level of complexity involved in the assembly process.
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