Title: Contract Manufacturing Associate, Instrument
Work Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Duration: 12 Months
1st shift: 7am – 3:30pm
2nd shift: 3:20pm – 11:50pm
Pay Rate: $17/hr
· Manufacturing Associates are required to have a strong knowledge of manufacturing methods and techniques, process development experience, workflow understanding, ability to read drawings, and test and calibrate instruments, and troubleshoot electromechanical and optical assemblies.
· In this position, Manufacturing Associates, will maintain manufacturing equipment, create work instructions, train others, often be asked to contribute to or lead projects, be cross-functionally trained to work in several areas as needed.
· This role requires a self-starter, ability to work independently, understanding of departmental goals-working as a team to achieve those goals within set timelines. Has worked in medical device and has background testing IVD instrumentation (preferred)
· Perform Instrument Assembly in accordance with Assembly Drawings and Work Instructions.
· Carry out work in accordance with defined Quality Management System procedures and be fully supportive of Quality initiatives.
· Support general Manufacturing objectives.
· Support systems development regarding pilot instrument fabrication.
· Assist in maintaining fixtures, assembly tools, assembly instrumentation and manufacturing aids.
· Be committed to following and supporting safety practices.
· Prepares for production by reviewing work orders and production schedule, studying and clarifying specifications; calculating parts requirements; collecting materials and supplies. Set up the equipment necessary for different work orders.
· Documents production by completing applicable forms, reports, logs, and records equipment and batches using GDP practices.
· Keeps work areas clean and organized, keeping with 5S principles.
· Contributes to Continuous Improvement efforts; Identify and help implement the process, procedure, safety improvements.
· Complete and maintain training records within expected timelines.
· Maintain a functional understanding of cGMPs and the impact of deviation from controlled processes and/or procedures.
· Participate in investigations as needed.
· Maintain inventory; be familiar with KanBan, and FIFO. May be required to complete inventory counting, kit pulling, and handling materials.
· Completes other tasks as needed.