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Test Technician Ii
Ref No.: 18-05772
Location: Franklin, Massachusetts
Job Description

Job Title: Test Technician II

Reports To: Production Supervisor

Group/Division: Client/CAD

Career Band: Band II, Job Architecture: Band 02

Job Track: Associate

Position Location: Franklin, MA

Number of Direct Reports: 0

Day/Shift (if applicable): 1st Shift

FLSA Status (Exempt/Non-Exempt): Non-Exempt

Position Summary: Test and certify assemblies and instruments to meet quality standards

Key Responsibilities:

Test subassemblies and/or standard instruments within the Value Stream
Advanced troubleshooting abilities with electromechanical assemblies
Active member of production cell. May require inventory and equipment management as related to the cells operations requirements
Adhere to ISO9000 requirements including ESD, work area cleanliness, maintenance and calibration of equipment and work instruction adherence
Adhere to discrepant material disposition process (Material Review Board process)
Cross train into other functional roles as required
Adhere to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements of the job function.
Participate in daily team stand-up meetings; communicating daily challenges and/or ideas
Participate and lead improvement events (such as Kaizen, 5S, Practical Process Improvement)
Lead daily stand up meeting periodically
Work with cell leads and value stream support to resolve process issues when required
Document non-conformances
Maintain a safe working environment, following established 5S procedures
Maintain Inventory Accuracy based on site goals
Conduct Morning Cycle Count and assist with reconciliation of inventory
Build working relationships with co-workers, including employees in other departments (engineering, marketing, etc.)
Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:

Ability to work under limited supervision and complete assignments with limited instruction
2 year technical degree in a related field (Mechanical or Electrical), military training or other equivalent experience required
3+ years of related experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment, instrumentation test is preferable
Good math and computer skills. Advanced experience with Microsoft Excel (graphs, pivot tables, formatting, formulas)
High visual acuity and manual dexterity. Ability to conduct equipment set up and qualification on simple machinery as well as experience doing in-process visual inspection
Ability to work safely with chemicals and gasses and maintain good housekeeping standards
Experience working with and troubleshooting electromechanical assemblies and printed circuit boards (PCBs)
Ability to work in a team environment
Skills requirements – soldering, hand tools, multimeters
Familiarity with Lean Manufacturing concepts a plus
Experience with IQS, Hertzler, and/or MAPICS a plus
Physical Requirements:

Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs.
Must be able to sit and or stand at workbench for extended periods of time; bend, stoop, reach, turn as required
Good manual dexterity is required. Must use hands for extended periods of time while assembling (e.g. grasping, holding, picking, placing, twisting, fine manipulation). Grasping and pinching is required to operate all equipment and tools necessary to perform job functions
These physical requirements must be performed with or without a reasonable accommodation