Brandon Worcester

Brandon Worcester
Experienced Engineering Technician
• Over 10 years in an ISO and FDA controlled environment • Medical device development and lean
manufacturing • Polymer joining, molding, extrusion, and surface finishing methods • Process and equipment
development including, improvement, debug, IQ/OQ Procedures, and Training • Proficient with SAP, PDM,
Design Expert, Microsoft Office and Minitab
Electro-Mechanical, Troubleshooting, Self-Starter, Excellent Problem Solver, Multi-tasking, Polymer and
Alloy Welding, Microsoft Office, Process Development, Surface Mount hand soldering and rework, Test
Equipment, Automation, Controls
Contract Technician at Medtronic
October 2012 – Present (3 years 6 months)
Engineering Technician – Contract Position at ATMI
February 2012 – September 2012 (8 months)
Testing and Lab Tech type duties. New product qualificaton testing and data collection, problem solving, test
equipment set-up, modification, and repair.
R&D Electronics Technician at Data Sciences International
March 2010 – June 2011 (1 year 4 months)
– Surface mount and test circuit board rework – BOM creation and Board Layouts – Component search,
ordering, and inventory – Build and debug RF test equipment and prototype circuits – Device calibration and
Sr. Technician at Apnex Medical
November 2008 – January 2009 (3 months)
– Receiving inspections, first article inspections for implantable components – Electronic change requests
Sr. Process Development Technician at Boston Scientific
May 1997 – December 2007 (10 years 8 months)
– Develop IR Feedback RF Welder – Patent number 6,858,083 – issued 2/22/05 – Develop Guide Catheter
Tip Joint – Patent number 7,322,988 – Issued 1/29/08 – Write and release DCMs, PFMEAs, Work
Instructions, and Inspection Procedures – Establish mechanical and software specifications, vendor contacts
and component specs – Develop processes utilizing RF, Laser and IR technologies for polymer and alloy
welding – Assess processes & measurement equipment using Six Sigma Practices (Capability, DOE, Gauge
R&R) – Design and build prototype fixtures and controls
Senior Manufacturing Technician at Boston Scientific
February 1995 – May 1997 (2 years 4 months)
– Support high volume, high yield, three- shift production floor – Troubleshoot, repair, improvement, P.M.,
on equipment including; hole punches, test equipment, bonders (Hot Jaw, RF, and Laser), ovens, printers,
cutters, ILC, Injection molders, automated shaft prep, and automated packaging machines – Develop/
implement equipment and process improvements that reduce downtime and increase yields
Skills & Expertise
Surface Mount Soldering
PCB Layouts
Process Development
Test Equipment
Test Development
Process Validation
Creative Problem Solving
Able To Multi-task
Process Control
Measurement System Analysis
Analytical Abilities
Root Cause Analysis
Dunwoody College of Technology
Electronics Specialist Diploma, Industrial Electronics, 1998 – 2000
Dunwoody College of Technology
Autobody Technology, Welding, Fabrication, Measurment Systems, Surface Prep, Painting, and mixing
paint, 1994 – 1995
Technology Advancements, Software Packages, Creating and building complicated devices,
Brandon Worcester
Experienced Engineering Technician
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