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Production Operator

Title: Production Operator II (9776)

Location: Baltimore, MD 21152
Time: 6.00 Am to 4.30 PM
Work Days: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Duration: 1 Year


Qualifications:
Performs the necessary tasks to the manufacture of medical instruments. Under general supervision, performs multiple tasks in a variety of cross-functional areas in a team-based manufacturing environment. Tasks will typically be performed within full-scale production manufacturing operations that range from repetitive to non-repetitive assembly operations of mechanical and/or electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies, such as modules, panels, drawers, frames, boards and cables. Works from engineering drawings, diagrams and established methods and procedures, and uses hand and/or power tools and fixtures. Makes verifications in work in process and completed. May provide training to less experienced associates. Conducts all activities to comply with Safety and Quality Standards as well as department's and company's Policies and Procedures. Set up workstations or work areas from requirements of assembly drawings or procedures. Perform simple to moderate complex electro-mechanical assembly operations working from engineering drawings or procedures. Correctly use a variety of manual, power and pneumatic tools. Set torque values on applicable tools from specifications, drawings or procedures. Use precision measuring tools and equipment and interpret measurements and results. Make critical mechanical adjustments to sub-assemblies to ensure correct operation. Follow manufacturers' instructions for the application of thread locking compounds, RTV's, sealants and grease. Handle material according to its sensitivity, e.g. ESD, precision machined parts, finished components, thin and delicate components, lenses, filters, etc. Perform test on sub-assemblies using test tools and established procedures. Troubleshoot and repair functional electro-mechanical problems associated with assembly techniques. Record appropriate test data as required. Perform electrical assembly to include, but not limited to: Wire termination; stripping, crimping, connector zing and point to point continuity test per IPC 620. Wire and harness routing and the appropriate use of bundling mechanisms. Complete paperwork accurately.

Responsibilities:
Responsible for ensuring that the cost center specific requirements are performed in accordance with BD Safety and Quality Standards and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's). All activities and tasks must be performed in 100% compliance with manufacturing documentation including but not limited to engineering drawings, manufacturing instructions and procedures, test procedures and departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's). General Requirements: Provide assistance as required to other operators. Manage time effectively to process orders within allotted time standards. Become proficient in multiple product assembly lines. Work effectively in a flexible team setting to reach common goals and to improve performance and processes. Understand and support the Continuous Improvement philosophy through active participation in Blitzes, Shift Start-up meetings, Kaizen events and other Continuous Improvements initiatives. Comply with physical requirements specified in the applicable Occupational Analysis. Pass required periodic skills certification requirements. Perform other duties as required.


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