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Manufacturing Assembler
Ref No.: 18-08162
Location: San Diego, California
Duties: Requires manufacturing experience and vocational instruction in mechanical assembly, reading, writing, math skills, and must have good communication and listening skills. Perform repetitive line assembly operations to produce products. The successful candidate will place parts in manufacturing equipment. Will assembly products together by hand or using hand tools or portable power tools. Maybe assigned to different work areas. Setup, operate, and maintain equipment and tools in accordance with written and verbal instructions. Report deficiencies or repair needs to the area Lead. Must maintain or exceed acceptable productivity levels while maintaining a consistent and acceptable level of quality. May be required to complete paperwork and maintain accurate documentation. May perform routine testing, will verify products meet or exceed stated requirements related to workmanship. Will review and follow engineering change orders, R&D forms, and discrepant material notices. Works on assignments that are moderately complex in nature where judgment is required in resolving problems and making routine recommendations. Will receive training on routine work and on new assignments/tasks.
Schedule Details:
The candidate must be able to work 1st shift; 6:00am - 2:30pm Days off to be determined.

Skills: They will have the abilities to assembly products or similar processing of assemblies and subassemblies in a manufacturing environment. Candidates must be PC literate and have knowledge on MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Outlook. The ability to work from product samples or printed instructions is required. Will have knowledge of Electrostatic discharge (ESD). The ability to read and follow written instructions is required. Candidates must have knowledge of cGMP, ISO, and quality standards for manufacturing environment. The candidate must also be able to work under pressure, meet deadlines and possess a can-do attitude. The Employee must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and must be able to perform various assembly operations requiring manual dexterity and repetitive motions. Candidate must be very flexible and able to change work shifts, work hours, workdays, and work weekends when required. Vocational or technical training is preferred.
Must be able to:
Work in a cleanroom environment wearing, safety glasses, bonnet, face cover, smock, booties, and gloves.
Be able to clean the Cleanroom every day top to bottom before running equipment.
Be able to clean with IPA solution and will need to be very flexible in being able to bend and stretch to clean tables, cabinets, and equipment.
Stand for 90% of the work hours running equipment.
Can lift up to 25lb during the work hours when needed.