Assembler – Reagents I

Assembler – Reagents I

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3rd Shift Kit Pack- Performs a wide variety of reagent dispenser and/or bottle assembly and/or fill related operations. Operates equipment used to manufacture and test medical device products. Performs repetitive assembly of the company’s products into complete packages. Maintains all production related documentation in compliance with s Quality System Regulations. Essential Functions include: Assemble Reagent Test or Dispenser Kits per production drawings/ and documents while maintaining accurate inventory records. Performs in-process tests (fill weight checks) to ensure that products meet specifications. Recognizes equipment and product problems and notifies individuals using team specific Help Chain to achieve optimum production levels. Fill reagent dispensers / bottles per production drawings and documents while maintaining accurate inventory records. Perform other duties as required or assigned. Specific job function may change based on functional team assignment. Ability to acquire basic job skills and learn company policies and procedures to complete routine tasks. Written and verbal comprehension of the English language. Ability to interpret and understand production documents and drawings to complete tasks. Basic mathematical comprehension (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percentages). Work within a team environment in a culture of accountability. Operates in a professional, punctual manner to ensure production goals are consistently met. The working environment is indoors and is seasonally heated and cooled with controlled noise levels. The position requires considerable standing and/or sitting, repetitive movement, and the ability to lift objects less than 25 pounds. Some job functions will require the use of a pallet jack to convey material. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to hazardous materials requiring the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and strict adherence to safety


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