Manufacturing Assembler- 1st, 2nd, 3rd shifts
The position of Manufacturing Assembler is responsible for the execution of a variety of work instructions to produce finished goods for sale. A Manufacturing Assembler is an entry level or novice skill level capital equipment assembler. A Manufacturing Assembler is also a trained to perform and support service operations of various products. In addition, a Manufacturing Assembler is responsible for the documentation of work performed in production and/or service, to meet regulatory guidelines for ISO and FDA compliance. A Manufacturing Assembler needs to have excellent organizational skills, and must function well in a team environment. Versatility and an ability to adapt well to changes and system improvements is important. Excellent finger and hand dexterity. Willingness to perform duties outside manufacturing. Willing to train others in all aspects of the assembly operation. Demonstrate a positive attitude. Work safely and use good judgment in order be safe.
- Follow written and verbal instructions for the manufacture and/or service of equipment
- Demonstrate excellent attention to detail in the execution of work instructions, accurately repeating and documenting steps
- Understand procedures to meet ISO and FDA guidelines for compliance.
- Perform activities outside of manufacturing as necessary to assist other departments
- Work in a team environment, with co-workers, engineers, etc. to meet company objectives
- Provide training to others as necessary
- Adapt to changes in procedures, revisions, updates, and system improvements
- Provide technical support to R & D, CAPA, and Complaint system activities
- Cross-train to be fully qualified in all production & manufacturing activities
- Understand company policies, Quality System, and its documentation requirements, to meet FDA compliance.
- Be able to stand for 8-10 hours
- Be able to lift up to 10-15 lbs
The Manufacturing Assembler position joins the team from a temp perspective and is payrolled through an agency. This is standard for all production positions as it allows for both Vapotherm and the employee to assess if the role is a good fit. After the contractual hours worked, the transition of becoming a permanent employee will be discussed.