Lead, Assembly – 1st Shift
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In Addition to assemble and build components in accordance with manufacturing and quality assurance procedures and specifications, the Cleanroom Assembly Lead is also responsible for training new employees, perform required material handling activities and reconcile DHR . This job is performed inside of a Class 7 or Class 8 Cleanroom.
In addition to Assembly Operator I requirements with latitude for independent judgment and the following
- Daily cleanroom preparations and maintenance including particulate measuring, moping, wiping surfaces and other associated cleaning activities. Documenting activities in order to maintain and demonstrate cleanroom specifications.
- Track manufactured and rejected parts on the Reconciliation sheet, enter into ERP and maintain in Traveler through completion of job/shift following GDP.
- Ensure training is complete in Quality System and properly documented per GDP (Good Documentation Practices).
- Meet or exceed production rate and scrap expectations as driven by dispatch and ERP and enter on the hour by hour board.
- Inspecting, labeling and packaging products.
- Perform general assembly and secondary production operations.
- Train Operator I employees to operational procedures and parts specific work instructions including ensuring training is completed and up to date in the Quality System.
- Issue and return material physically and within ERP system.
- Reconcile some operations sequences of the Device History Record (DHR).
- Back up for the Supervisor on defined shift.
- Direct daily workflow assignments.
- Safety Representative for department.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Degree/Diploma Obtained-Program of Study: Required/Preferred
- High School Diploma/GED-General Studies: Required
- Minimum of one (1) year in a medical manufacturing environment: Required
- Minimum of one (1) year ERP systems experience: Required
- Ability to teach and train established manufacturing processes: Required
- Ability to read, write in English, comprehend and follow work instructions: Required
- Ability to do basic arithmetic (add, subtract, multiply, divide, fractions and decimals): Required
- Good manual dexterity and visual ability with high attention to detail: Required
- Ability to use hand tools: Required
Position Specific Competencies:
- Communication-Speaking and Writing Conveys information in a manner that demonstrates respect and clarity, while inviting questions or feedback. Shares information (e.g., facts, opinions and feelings) in a timely, clear and concise manner, especially across shifts. Selects the appropriate means of sharing or documenting information (e.g., verbally, e-mail, in a log book) and uses good judgment about who to inform and when. The tone, choice of words and body language are appropriate for the audience, and make it clear that questions and feedback are welcomed.
- Job Skills and Knowledge Demonstrates the job skills and knowledge required to perform current job responsibilities. Consistently demonstrates the capacity and willingness to learn new skills and knowledge as needs and requirements change. Has a broad-enough range of skills and knowledge to be a versatile team member, who is capable of filling-in for people with different job assignments if such a need arises.
- Cleanliness and Organization Demonstrates ownership and pride about the appearance of the work space. Keeps the work area clean, safe and free-of-clutter throughout the shift. Puts tools, and other items, back where they belong. Hands-off a clean, safe and well-organized work space at the end of the work shift.
- Quality of Work Consistently follows product/work specifications, paying close attention to the smallest details. Demonstrates personal pride in work quality, checking own work for accuracy and correcting own errors or mistakes. Reports quality issues promptly, taking appropriate steps to prevent continued production of a sub-standard product.
- Quantity of Work Under typical operating conditions, work output levels consistently meet expectations for someone at this job level, with comparable time/experience in the position. Consistently works at a pace that ensures that an acceptable quantity of work is produced, without sacrificing quality or safety objectives. Steps-up the pace, and delivers needed results, when customer deadlines require an especially high volume of work output.
- Safety Makes sure to understand every safety practice expected by the organization. Takes no shortcuts that increase the risks of accidents, personal injuries or equipment failures. Looks for unsafe practices in the workplace and takes responsibility to ensure that others are aware of the potential impact. This is distinctly different from those who are unaware of many safety expectations, take shortcuts that increase safety risks, and/or fail to recognize and take timely action to increase safe practices by others.
- Attendance Understands that attendance and punctuality affect team morale, and the confidence people have in co-workers (particularly in a multi-shift production environment). Is consistently present, and ready to begin work activities, at the start of scheduled shift or workday, while staying within established break periods, and arriving on time for meetings. Schedules personal appointments, or requests adjustment to schedules, with the least amount of disruption to existing business needs.
- Adhering To Policies and Procedures Understands and consistently adheres to all operational policies and procedures (e.g., all procedures related to security; inclement weather; vehicle operation and parking; fires, floods or other emergencies; expense reimbursements, etc.). Understands and consistently adheres to personnel policies (e.g., dress codes, respectful behavior, medical absences, etc.). Adapts well to new policies and procedures, once the rationale is understood.
- Lift up to 30 pounds.
- Standing, Walking, Kneeling, Bending, Reaching, Pulling, Twisting, Turning, Seeing, Hearing.
Work Environment Requirements:
- Ability to withstand exposure to a cleanroom manufacturing environment.
Employee Statement of Understanding
I have read and understand the job description for my position. I am able to perform all of the essential functions of this position.
I agree to comply with the corporate compliance policy and all laws, rules, regulations and standards of conduct relating to my position. As an employee, I understand my duty to report any suspected violations of the law or the standards of conduct to my immediate supervisor.
As an employee, I will strive to uphold the mission and vision of the organization. All employees are required to adhere to the values in all their interactions with patients, customers, and fellow employees.
MMD offers top wages for experienced candidates. The compensation package will consist of an attractive and competitive market based salary, which will be determined, in part, by the successful candidate’s level of manufacturing experience. Pre-Employment background checks and drug screen required.
MMD’s Rogers, MN facility is ITAR-compliant operations. Due to ITAR MMD is only able to employ U.S. Citizens, lawful permanent residents (green card holders) or foreign nationals granted refugee or asylee status. Individuals with temporary visas (e.g. E, F-1, H-1, H-2, L, B, J, TN or OPT) are not eligible for hire at the Rogers, MN facility.
MMD is EOE/M/F/D/V/E-Verify employer.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities MMD will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information.
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