OBJECTIVES/PURPOSE OF JOB
Perform specific duties according to SOP's within the Disposable Packs Department, either by the use of both hands or by using machinery when assigned.
Mainly responsible for:
Assembly of subassemblies, final assemblies, and final packaging of single use surgical components
Able to read and comprehend written material
Efficiently bundle tube sets
Fill positions on both automated/manual assembly lines
Handle/deliver material to manufacturing lines
Sub-assembly for multiple product lines
Manually assemble small parts
Operate sealing machines (pouch and tray)
Label corrugated boxes
Manually fill finished goods into corrugated boxes
Stacking/orienting boxes onto a pallet
Safely operating stretch wrap machine
Safely operating and loading automatic box erecting machine
Re-stocking corrugated cardboard in packaging area
Transferring finished product from packaging to shipping area using a manual pallet jack
Climbing a ladder and retrieving stock from shelving
Taking direction from assigned point people, Lead(s), or Supervision
Working autonomously with little or no direction after being assigned
Sitting and/or standing as required
Job rotation, as required
Performing other duties not listed while within the scope of the Disposable Packs responsibility
SCOPE OF POSITION
Responsible for the assembly and/or manufacturing of single use, surgical components to create finished goods SKUs in the Disposable Packs area.
All work performed must be completed with the highest Quality standards possible and within the allowed time given in order to maintain the highest efficiencies possible with minimum requirements established for each operation.
Must be able to work four-ten hour days from 6:00am to 4:30pm. Must be able to work overtime as needed, including Saturday's and Sunday's.
Must be able to communicate and work as a team in a diverse culture within the department and facility. Must be able to effectively and respectfully communicate to others outside of our department.
Must be able to read, write and understand English.
Must be able to comprehend SOP's and training documents.
Must possess the manual dexterity and hand eye coordination to be efficient and effective within the department.
Dependability and reliability with a strong attendance record is required.
Must be able to use telephones, calculators, and computer equipment to include hand held tablets as required.
Must be able to stand or sit in one place for periods of time.
High School diploma or equivalent is required.
Experience using assembly equipment, documentation of finished product, SOP's, working in an FDA, GMP regulated environment to include "Clean Rooms" and all the restrictions that are associated with a clean room environment.
Hand and/or machinery assembly of small parts is a plus.
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