Manufacturing technician job description
Job purpose of Manufacturing technician is responsible for manufacturing quality products efficiently, accurately, safely and on time. Utilizes manufacturing equipment and in-process instrumentation to manufacture drug products in accordance to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), company policy and safety regulations. Position requires direct supervision or oversight by a senior employee.
Key duties/responsibilities of Manufacturing technician:
1. Trouble shoots and repair complex mechanical and electrical assemblies used in equipment to the component level.
2. Assembles medical devices in a clean-room environment.
3. Assembles electronic components and manual (mostly surface mount) soldering of fine wires and parts under a microscope.
4. Analyze errors in electronic design and production.
5. Provides advice and feedback on corrective actions.
6. Performs in-process and final testing on product.
7. Works with chemical solutions during processing and testing.
8. Performs routine equipment maintenance and limited troubleshooting activities as required.
9. Provides technical assistance and guidance to other technical personnel.
10. Work with engineering on functionality issues and procedure updates.
11. Continually improve the setup, calibration and test procedures used on the new and service equipment orders.
12. Provide training when necessary to the new build and service assemblers in your area.
13. Tracks and orders supplies/materials.
14. Provides general support to the manufacturing team.
15. Communicate with engineering on product performance and functionality issues.
16. Contributes to the development of work instructions, batch records, equipment logs, material specifications and other device history documents.
17. Helps monitor productivity by tracking yields and equipment cycle rates.
18. Assist the Technical support group with our customers needs for technical support.
19. Assists with the installation, debug and validation of process equipment.
20. Assists in the planning, execution and interpretation of designed experiments to identify and characterize critical process factors.
21. Maintain a clean and safe work area.
22. Follow all safety guidelines and report unsafe conditions to supervisor.