Manufacturing Technician II
The Manufacturing Technician II supports BMT Production lines related to the process, test development, prototype and test system builds. Under guidance of the Production Supervisor and Manufacturing Engineering team, this role is responsible for working directly with Manufacturing Operators to assist with in-process failures, defects and process related issues. This individual will provide operator training when workmanship failures are found to prevent future failures, identify and quarantine defective parts using the NCMR process, act as the primary liaison between Production and Engineering, perform product and performance testing, and identify/implement continuous improvement opportunities in the BMT manufacturing environment.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
Core Manufacturing Engineering Support
Support production and engineering with the implementation and deployment of new product, processes transfer activities including training of the production operator staff.
Support manufacturing operations to ensure continuous and uninterrupted flow of product to maintain production output per established forecasted demand.
Performs hands-on activities such as product assembly and product testing to support the production schedule during times of transition and increased demand or change implementation.
Update, maintain and monitor manufacturing test procedures and equipment. Implement new tools, fixtures and equipment to improve efficiency where needed.
Troubleshoot and repair production systems/sub-assemblies that fails during the production process. Provide feedback to the trainer on all workmanship failures.
Provide initial support to manufacturing including but not limited to part discrepancies/nonconforming product, process issues, test failures, rework…
Calibration and PM
Coordinate and execute the calibration and preventative maintenance of tooling and equipment essential to the Eden Prairie facility.
Maintain accurate documentation to ensure all equipment and tooling are up to date and the information can easily be found.
Be the direct link to outside sourcing of calibration.
Provides redlines (proposed changes) to maintain the product information structure. Work with engineering to ensure bill of materials (BOM’s), prints, process, forms, records, etc… are relevant and up to date in both the corporate ERP system and Document Control.
Use established standard operating procedures (SOP’s) and work instructions (WI’s) to carry out the non-conforming material report (NCMR) process for physical dispositions, repairs, rework and completes appropriate reporting and documentation.
Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities):
Where permitted by applicable law, must have received or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by date of hire to be considered for U.S.-based job, if not currently employed by ACIST Medical Systems
2 year technical degree. In lieu of degree, High School diploma or equivalent + 5 years experience will be considered
2-3 yrs. exp in a similar role, in a manufacturing environment performing technical and administrative duties.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Demonstrated organizational and administrative skills.
Problem solving skills with the ability to interpret drawings, schematics, and specifications.
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks.
Ability to interpret, follow and promote the quality policy of the organization as an operating guideline.
Ability to work within established guidelines and standard operating procedures.
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Moderate level of computer experience including MS Office Suite.
10 + yrs. experience in a variety of manufacturing environments
Demonstrated expertise using ERP systems (SAP preferred)
7905 Fuller Road, Eden Prairie, Minnesota