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JOB TITLE:
Production Assembler
JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:
JOB LOCATION:
Republic Missouri / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
Production Assembler
Pay Rate: $13.50/HR


Cortech is seeking a Production Assemblers in Republic, MO.


Job Description:
Assembles components and prepares sub-assemblies for inclusion into custom procedure trays in various configurations for CPS production area. Follows instruction from supervisors, team leaders or others designated to assist leadership in work areas. Uses approved Bills of Material to assemble trays in compliance with established designs. Follows all approved assembly guidelines as established by training manual. Ensures raw materials used during production are in compliance of established material standards. Ensures proper handling of materials to minimize amount of scrap loss. This position involves direct interaction with co-workers, managers and department directors.

Responsibilities:
a. Develops co-worker relationships to ensure products are produced to standards and expectations for quality, design, efficiency and customer satisfaction.
b. Works with co-workers and department leadership so that clinical acceptance and manufacturing quality standards are achieved.
c. Utilize communication skills to maximize CPS manufacturing quality and production efficiency.
d. Work with supervisors, team leaders, material planners and co-workers to help with CPS component selection and standardization in relation to form, fit and quality of products.
e. Works with Assembly Supervisor to develop daily work schedule for CPS production requirements.
f. Works with QA co-workers to identify defects and opportunities for improvement.
a. Utilize system related technologies to initiate production schedule, Bills of Material, assembly design, instructions and build requirements.
b. Utilize system related technologies to prepare tray labeling, identify component specification hazard codes and qualifications.
c. Insures proper handling of hard copy file Device History Records (DHR) and associated changes related to CPS manufacturing.
a. Communicates proactively with Assembly Supervisor with regards to production schedule, line setup, changes in CPT components due to customer request, changes in production requirements, component availability, utilization or defects.
b. Establishes commitment to produce optimum production efficiency with regards to customer expectations and production requirements.
c. Provide timely and efficient communication to supervisor and production co-workers regarding status of scheduled CPS manufacturing, component defects, wrong item or pick quantities.
a. Ensures correct component identification as described on bill of materials prior to line setup.
b. Counts, folds, places and packages components according to assembly instructions.
c. Prepares and cleans assembly area prior to production setup.
d. Actively involved in line setup and preparation of assembly line.
e. Ensures acceptable quality of materials placed into production trays.
f. Ensure correct quantities of components placed during assembly process.
g. Wraps, labels, seals and packages finished trays according to assembly instructions.
h. Performs line clearance procedures to established guidelines.
i. Provides proper identity to items requiring re-stock and/or scrap.
j. Performs general housekeeping duties
k. Performs other duties as may be assigned.

Position Details

Jun 18, 2021
S16204860615711185
Missouri / United States
Republic
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Production Assembler
Pay Rate: $13.50/HR


Cortech is seeking a Production Assemblers in Republic, MO.


Job Description:
Assembles components and prepares sub-assemblies for inclusion into custom procedure trays in various configurations for CPS production area. Follows instruction from supervisors, team leaders or others designated to assist leadership in work areas. Uses approved Bills of Material to assemble trays in compliance with established designs. Follows all approved assembly guidelines as established by training manual. Ensures raw materials used during production are in compliance of established material standards. Ensures proper handling of materials to minimize amount of scrap loss. This position involves direct interaction with co-workers, managers and department directors.

Responsibilities:
a. Develops co-worker relationships to ensure products are produced to standards and expectations for quality, design, efficiency and customer satisfaction.
b. Works with co-workers and department leadership so that clinical acceptance and manufacturing quality standards are achieved.
c. Utilize communication skills to maximize CPS manufacturing quality and production efficiency.
d. Work with supervisors, team leaders, material planners and co-workers to help with CPS component selection and standardization in relation to form, fit and quality of products.
e. Works with Assembly Supervisor to develop daily work schedule for CPS production requirements.
f. Works with QA co-workers to identify defects and opportunities for improvement.
a. Utilize system related technologies to initiate production schedule, Bills of Material, assembly design, instructions and build requirements.
b. Utilize system related technologies to prepare tray labeling, identify component specification hazard codes and qualifications.
c. Insures proper handling of hard copy file Device History Records (DHR) and associated changes related to CPS manufacturing.
a. Communicates proactively with Assembly Supervisor with regards to production schedule, line setup, changes in CPT components due to customer request, changes in production requirements, component availability, utilization or defects.
b. Establishes commitment to produce optimum production efficiency with regards to customer expectations and production requirements.
c. Provide timely and efficient communication to supervisor and production co-workers regarding status of scheduled CPS manufacturing, component defects, wrong item or pick quantities.
a. Ensures correct component identification as described on bill of materials prior to line setup.
b. Counts, folds, places and packages components according to assembly instructions.
c. Prepares and cleans assembly area prior to production setup.
d. Actively involved in line setup and preparation of assembly line.
e. Ensures acceptable quality of materials placed into production trays.
f. Ensure correct quantities of components placed during assembly process.
g. Wraps, labels, seals and packages finished trays according to assembly instructions.
h. Performs line clearance procedures to established guidelines.
i. Provides proper identity to items requiring re-stock and/or scrap.
j. Performs general housekeeping duties
k. Performs other duties as may be assigned.