Terso Production Technician II Promega
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JOB OBJECTIVE: The Production Technician II is responsible for product assembly and improvements to manufactured products and processes. Understands blueprints, machine documentation and control system schematics. Conducts and supports product and component testing.
1. Perform routine fabrication, assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, modification, and testing of mechanical components, apparatus and equipment. Complete production order and protocol documentation accurately. Review and correct work of fellow team member technicians.
2. Perform routine testing of components, subassemblies and finished units. Develop test methods and documentation as needed.
3. Assist with troubleshooting efforts during production and service of units.
4. Assist QA with final testing and quality issues. Assist in ensuring that build protocols and procedures are highly reliable and repeatable to produce zero defects in units.
5. Ensure production orders and shipments are completed on time to provide zero back orders or late shipments.
6. Ensure safe practices and good work area housekeeping. Resolve unsafe acts and conditions with the help of production management.
7. Ensure adequate supplies, materials and equipment are available for production. Ensure accuracy of inventory.
8. Program microprocessors and computer controls used in finished goods.
9. Assist in reducing manufacturing costs by identifying changes to components and processes to reduce raw material costs and / or process time.
10. Understands and complies with ethical, legal and regulatory requirements applicable to our business.
1. Utilize various mechanical and electrical test equipment.
2. Complete preparation of units for specific order shipments including programming, completion of shipping documents and packaging.
3. Participate in technical documentation review.
4. Identifies improvements related to the product's mechanical and electrical features.
5. Participates in new product development initiatives as required.
6. Develop product service methods and documentation. Support product repair field support visits as necessary.
7. Perform inventory cycle counts and rectify discrepancies.
8. Assist in Lean Manufacturing and other process improvement initiatives as requested by production management.
1. Two to five years of relevant experience in manufacturing electro / mechanical equipment.
2. Skilled in building and troubleshooting computer-controlled electro-mechanical assemblies and systems (preferably laboratory equipment).
3. Skilled with basic hand and power tools (e.g. soldering iron, drill and taps, DVM, static straps, torque drivers, crimpers, pin extractors).
4. Skilled with interpretation of drawings, procedures, specifications, etc.
5. Solid knowledge of equipment, systems and techniques appropriate to debugging mechanical and electrical systems.
6. Ability to learn quickly and demonstrated attention to detail.
7. Problem solver and solution oriented.
8. Strong written and verbal communication skills, with proven ability to communicate correctly and communicate problems and issues in a clear and concise manner.
9. Ability to work independently with moderate supervision and with other team members in a cooperative manner.
1. Associates degree in a technical discipline.
2. Experience with technical and operational manufacturing process details.
3. Knowledge of the principles, methods, and techniques used in the fabrication of mechanical components.
4. Experience with engineering methods (Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, Statistical Process Control, computer modeling, tolerance analysis, data analysis, experimental methods, etc.) to diagnose product, component and process performance issues.
5. Demonstrated ability to efficiently use Microsoft Office products.
6. CADD experience (SolidWorks preferred).
7. Knowledge of plastic part assembly.
8. Experience in mechanical testing.
9. High degree of flexibility and adaptability.
10. Ability to organize, prioritize and accomplish multiple projects.
1. Ability to occasionally move objects ranging in weight up to 100 pounds up to one hour per day and perform building related construction and maintenance work.
2. Standing for long periods, kneeling, crouching, etc.
3. Good vision for fine inspection of units; Fine motor skills for assembly of delicate components.
4. Ability to work in areas of limited space.
5. Ability to travel, as required (up to 25%).
6. Ability to work overtime, evenings or weekends as requested to complete production and service responsibilities.
Terso Solutions Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
||2800 Woods Hollow Road |
Madison, WI 53711
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