Please note that this is a 10-12 months positions.
Work Schedule: Variable work shift, 12 hours per day, 4:45AM to 5:15PM, Thursday to Saturday and alternating Wednesdays
Want to bring your skills and experience to work in a progressive, dynamic environment? This is your opportunity. You'll join the team in Process/Production, setting up and operating fabrication processes and equipment, fabricating, assembling and testing assemblies and products.
Flexibility by effective transition to changing priorities and ability to adjust to shift changes/work hours as required to meet business requirements.
Ability to embrace additional responsibilities and extend expertise to other work groups as identified by supervisor.
Follow established processes unless otherwise instructed by the shift supervisor, tech or engineering related to experimental requests.
Accuracy in communication (verbal and written), generation and interpretation of SOP's/WI's/production documentation for shift pass downs and/or shift meetings.
Support QMS (ISO13485/QSR); Six Sigma, Lean Mfg., PDCA, 5S, NPI and Continuous Process optimization endeavors.
Safety: identify ergonomic and safety issues and work with the supervisor and other necessary groups that need to be involved to ensure they are addressed in a timely manner. Demonstrate adherence to departmental cleanroom, gowning and environmental procedures on a daily basis.
Customer Delivery: Maximize throughput without sacrificing quality of the product to meet customer expectations. Meet production goals and be flexible to seamlessly incorporate change of business needs and changing priorities. Schedule driven and understands the prioritization of the workflow.
Quality: Working within an ISO13485 or QSR environment, ensure a Commitment to Quality is demonstrated and practiced.
Continuous Process Improvement: Awareness and participation in continuous improvement efforts for process/workflow optimization/improvements (i.e., PDCA, Lean Mfg., Six Sigma, 5S) as identified by production supervisor. Identify opportunities for process optimization and increased throughput to supervisor.
Yields: Ensure you follow SOP's/process documentation, operating instructions, pass/fail criteria for consistent production performance within your respective shift.
Process Stability: Identify and inform supervisor/engineer of issues that contribute or can result in a compromise of quality of the product due to the inability to execute the process in a consistent repetitive manner. Accurate and timely logging of data and tracking.
Training: Certification achieved and maintained in your owned area of operation. Willingness to participate in initial training/shadowing of peers as identified by supervisor.
Communication: Participation in team shift pass downs and effective utilization of communications systems such communication logs. NCR's/DN's are acknowledged and communicated to co-workers or shift to shift. Ensure priority changes, process changes, safety issues, etc. are communicated to your supervisor and co-workers. Inform supervisor of any non-conformities regarding material, process, equipment behaviors and communication of priority
Minimum of 2 years' relevant experience within a production manufacturing environment.
Analytical problem solving
Strong mathematics understanding
Demonstrated strong computer skills utilizing word, excel (minimal requirement)
Experience with ERP/MES systems preferred
Experience within an ISO13485 and/or QSR environment preferred
Accurate interpretation and execution of work instructions and SOP's.
Ability to make sound and informed decisions and understands when to escalate issues to technicians and/or supervisors. Bachelor's degree from an accredited school
For consideration, please reference job number 3769.
San Francisco, CAContact