Job DescriptionKelly Services has teamed up with a medical device company in Bothell WA and seeking Manufacturing Transducer Associates.
x2 day shift Manufacturing Associates (5:00am - 3:30pm)
x1 2nd shift Manufacturing Associate (3:15pm - 1:45am)
This position reports to the Manager, Transducer Manufacturing and/or the team lead, and is responsible for performing a variety of tasks associated with manufacturing diagnostic ultrasound transducers. Specific tasks may include some of the following:
- Weighing and mixing epoxy-based materials. Cleaning and assembling high precision molds.
- Light mechanical assembly of small components using hand tools and torque drivers.
- Manual assembly operations including shielding, gluing, and cable preparation.
- Work with hands under a microscope performing hand soldering of fine pitch cables and flexible circuits.
- Measurement of thin layers using high precision drop gauges.
- Use of high-precision, custom tools.
- Use of high-precision tools such as: height gage, calipers, micrometers.
- Basic equipment skills such as: saws, machine mill, machine lathe.
- Basic computer skills desired for device history record transactions.
Essential Job Functions:
- Follow all required procedures such as Assembly Instruction, Personal Protective Equipment, and Device History Record while performing the job responsibilities.
- Mixing, casting and curing epoxy based materials.
- Perform functions of casting, bonding, shielding, packaging, go-no-go testing, wiring, gluing, hand soldering, component installation, or bonding using tools such as soldering irons, glue dispensers, scales, microscopes, calipers, micrometers, various hand tools, or other precision equipment.
- Provide training and guidance to other Manufacturing Associates.
- Provide assistance in other areas of Manufacturing and Operations group as needed and directed.
- Perform required machine cleaning and maintenance as needed.
- Participate in projects such as Internal Assessment, Material Management, Yield Improvement, etc.
- Responsible and accountable for carrying out the requirements of the company's quality system.
Knowledge and Experience:
- High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
- Experience in high tech manufacturing preferred.
- Must have excellent hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity.
- Must have the ability to read and comprehend written instructions.
- Effective verbal communication skills and written communication skills necessary to complete various manufacturing documentation.
- Must have excellent attention to detail.
- Ability to work effectively in a team oriented environment.
- Must be familiar with basic math.
- Must have the ability to work with minimum supervision.
- Must be able to handle & work with chemicals.
- Able to lift 25lbs with or without accommodations.
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