Instrument Assembler 1
- Will operate within the plant/shop safety rules and maintain good housekeeping practices.
- Maintains quality and productivity levels during the manufacturing process.
- Operates and adheres to general plant rules and policies, EH&S policies, and good documentation practices.
- Works cohesively with others in a team environment.
- Perform various operations in manufacture of surgical instruments under close to moderate supervision by an experienced Lead of Finisher of a higher position.
- Operator will follow specific procedures and instructions to assemble component parts into finished goods.
- Perform polishing/grinding operations utilizing stationary floor mounted equipment which requires leaning forward with arms extended over grinding motor from a sitting position for extended periods of time.
- The primary work stance is sitting with limited standing, bending, or twisting required for the Instrument Maker.
- Occasional movement of product weighing up to 50 pounds from one workstation to another.
- Visual inspection of the products produces to identify quality problems.
- The position also requires that all employees operate within plant safety and shop rules and maintain good housekeeping practices in the work area and plant.
- As your skill level increases, there is opportunity to grow as the complexity of the operations levels increase.
- Ability to hold / manipulate small parts / objects with good dexterity
- HS Diploma or GED Preferred
- Prefer 1-2 years of experience working in a manufacturing environment preferably in assembly and manufacture with some measurement experience.
- Dexterity and attention to detail, this position requires hand-eye coordination and depth perception.
- Ability to read blueprint is highly desirable.