The Manufacturing Associate II is a non-exempt position that performs mechanical assembly, electro-mechanical assembly and other value added operations related to Solta’s products.
Note: The following are meant to be representative but not necessarily all inclusive of the duties and responsibilities for this job description.
Other Responsibilities and Duties:
Employees occasionally will be asked to perform activities/functions beyond that normally included in their primary job function. For example, production assemblers may be required to assist with stock room tasks, shipping and receiving tasks or product validation tasks.
Work as part of the manufacturing team to meet Production goals for disposal tips. An assembler generally works on assignments that are moderately complex and can require independent judgment in resolving problems and making recommendations. The ability to recognize deviations from accepted practice and quality standards and make recommendations to correct them is expected.
Is able to work effectively with minimal supervision in team and individual situations. Receives no instruction on routine work and detailed instruction only on new assignments and work instructions.
Experience, Education, Training, Traits:
High school diploma or equivalent desirable. Two years assembly experience in an electro-mechanical or high volume manufacturing environment is preferred. Must be detail-oriented with good record keeping in accordance with FDA manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Solta Medical's SOP. Experience working within a rigorous, quality control environment such as FDA cGMP/QSR or ISO is a plus. Good manual dexterity and eyesight. Ability to work using a microscope is required. Plastics assembly with UV curing adhesives. Experienced working in an ESD type environment. Candidate should be a strong team player.
The ability to communicate proficiently in English verbally and in writing is required as well as being able to understand and follow complex work instructions in writing or when conveyed verbally.
Basic math skills, plus ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.