Assembly Technician (On-Site)

Nuclein Austin, Texas
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About Nuclein:

Nuclein is an Austin-based, private equity funded, medical device company that offers an innovative, FDA EUA authorized, rapid PCR, point-of-care system. The Nuclein® DASH Rapid PCR System is easy-to-use, affordable, and provides PCR results in only 15 minutes.

Our vision is to enable simple, affordable, rapid and accurate testing for everyone. We are a dedicated, talented and diverse team of scientists, engineers and experienced professionals who are driven to excel and make a significant contribution to the world. At Nuclein, we offer a fast-paced, exciting, collaborative environment where individual contributions are highly valued as we work to expand the use of our transformative testing technology in the market.

Please visit Nuclein.com for more information about our company's history, technology, and vision.

Position Summary:

The Assembly Technician will manufacture instrumentation and/or consumables, working within established SOPs to develop and follow best processes for product assembly and inventory management.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform Line Clearances and set-up the production line
  • Document/Record activities and data on Batch Records/Device History Records (DHRs)
  • Ensure completeness and accuracy of Batch Records/DHRs
  • Assemble products following technical instructions
  • Interpret engineering blueprints and technical terms
  • Discern quality of parts and materials used in production
  • Inventory parts and tools used in the assembling process
  • Follow company Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and directives
  • Help improve processes and provide feedback to ensure better output
  • Test and inspect finished products for quality defects
  • Maintain the tools used to create products
  • Keep a clean and well-maintained workspace and equipment

 Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • At least 1 year of assembly experience required, prior cleanroom and medical device experience preferred
  • Prior experience working in an FDA regulated or ISO manufacturing environment with GMP knowledge preferred
  • Ability to follow strict protocols and adhere to quality standards
  • Ability to read and understand manufacturing instructions and SOPs
  • Basic computer skills, including MS Office, internet and email
  • Possess excellent hand-eye coordination with an attention to detail
  • Flexibility to handle changing needs and demands, as well as navigate process improvements
  • Ability to set up and operate small, automated machinery
  • Experience working with small and intricate parts
  • Must possess strong teamwork skills and work well with others
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