Medical Assembler Resume Samples

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Experience Experience
07/2014 present
New York, NY
Medical Operator / Assembler
New York, NY
Medical Operator / Assembler
07/2014 present
New York, NY
Medical Operator / Assembler
07/2014 present
  • Performing detailed and accurate record keeping for process documentation
  • Developing and maintaining strong interpersonal relationships
  • Working hands-on to manufacture quality products, including operating molding machines, performing repetitive assembly of products (e.g., pinching, gripping, holding, etc), visual inspection, and basic troubleshooting of manufacturing equipment
  • Working within the guidelines of GMP/ISO standards
  • Working independently and within a team
  • Following standard operating procedures (SOPs)
  • Using measuring equipment
03/2009 03/2014
New York, NY
Medical Device Assembler
New York, NY
Medical Device Assembler
03/2009 03/2014
New York, NY
Medical Device Assembler
03/2009 03/2014
  • Understands 6S principles and applies them to assigned workstation
  • Perform all actions throughout the work environment, including the parking lot, in a safe manner
  • Be energized by working for a world-class manufacturer and collaborating on cross-functional teams
  • Performing hand assembly and visual inspection
  • Maintain neat, orderly and clean work area to ensure efficiency and no safety hazards
  • Maintain work area in a neat and organized manner
  • Audit work orders daily
01/2006 02/2009
Houston, TX
Medical Assembler
Houston, TX
Medical Assembler
01/2006 02/2009
Houston, TX
Medical Assembler
01/2006 02/2009
  • Great attendance and performance
  • Perform a variety of assembly operations
  • Keep work area clean
  • Package parts according to work instructions
  • Perform visual, in-process and final inspection of parts
  • Read and understand work instructions
  • Keep and maintain accurate records
Education Education
Adelphi University
Skills Skills
  • Ability to distinguish colors
  • Use proper equipment to transport finished goods to appropriate location
  • Collect and weigh returns at the end of an order
  • Read and/or understand operating procedures for specific products where training has been completed
  • Re-occurring activities
  • Ensure first pieces at the beginning of each work order
  • Requisition of components
  • Understand the hazards associated with energy sources in the workplace
  • Implement line clearance to start a new order
  • Record documentation to labor sheets, check sheets, visual aids, production sheets, and work orders
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8 Medical Assembler resume templates

1

Medical Device Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working within a team in a controlled/clean-room manufacturing environment while wearing required clean-room garments
  • Setting up and operating manufacturing equipment
  • Performing hand assembly and visual inspection
  • Collecting and entering data into a computer
  • Working independently and within a team as needed
  • Maintaining excellent attendance
  • Being adaptable to support business needs, including moving from one manufacturing team or facility to another as needed (this may include some variability in shift hours between buildings)
  • Minimum of 1 year of full time medical device manufacturing experience
  • Demonstrated basic computer and math skills
  • Good visual acuity
  • Self-directed and motivated
  • Task oriented
  • Experience with manufacturing equipment and tools
  • Experience training or coaching others
  • Strong work history with demonstrated job progression
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Medical Device Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Demonstrate accountability in providing and sustaining a positive safety culture
  • Work with other team members to perform basic assembly of products including preparation of parts, actual assembly, testing, recording of test results and packaging of the product to customer and government specifications
  • Utilize documentation such as Bills of Material, product flow charts, work orders, check sheets, visual aids, production reports and assembly drawings to assemble product and record results
  • May perform soldering, fabricating, crimping, mechanical assembly, taping, cable spooling, sealing, capping, clamping, bonding, and coiling
  • Basic computer skills to load and operate auto-baggers, look-up and read procedures in Pilgrim, and look up MSDS sheets online
  • Inspects work throughout the assembly process and communicate any quality or operational issues to appropriate leader
  • Assist in correcting procedures to ensure consistency of quality and efficiency
  • Maintain neat, orderly and clean work area to ensure efficiency and no safety hazards
  • Performs inspections by sampling for compliance to specifications (Dimensional, Functional and Visual)
  • Generates / prints molded specifications for proper documentation on inspections
  • Reviews procedures to ensure compliance and reports discrepancies to supervisor
  • Provides feedback on quality findings to appropriate personnel
  • Reports processing problems to appropriate delegate for resolution
  • Meets all quality, quantity and Good Manufacturing Practices to satisfy customer and Regulatory requirements
  • Inspects components using internal gages / instruments (CMM, Calipers & etc.)
  • Operates measurement scales to determine machine production
  • Correctly labels and identifies product for transport to Central Stores
  • Reviews paperwork for proper documentation to comply with GMP procedures
3

Medical Device Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to distinguish colors
  • High school diploma or education equivalent required
  • Three months or more manufacturing/production experience preferred
  • Must be a highly motivated self-starter with people skills
  • Interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills are required
  • Must be familiar with and comfortable using computers
  • Meet all quality, quantity and good manufacturing practices to satisfy customer and Regulatory Affairs requirements
  • Participate in safety programs, meetings, and trainings as required
  • Read and/or understand operating procedures for specific products where training has been completed
  • Ensure first pieces at the beginning of each work order
  • Requisition of components
  • Collect and weigh returns at the end of an order
  • Implement line clearance to start a new order
  • Record documentation to labor sheets, check sheets, visual aids, production sheets, and work orders
  • Perform cleaning as specified
  • Audit work orders daily
  • Use proper equipment to transport finished goods to appropriate location
  • This position is required to assure compliance of Company operations to all applicable laws, regulations and standards, good business practices and company documented procedures (including but not limited to FDA, Quality Systems Regulations, ISO 13485, ISO 14001, government occupational health and environmental regulations and statutes)
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Medical Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • $12.50 an hour
  • A higher wage may be available for those who have 2+ years' experience
  • Overtime on Friday & Saturday may be required
5

Medical Device Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Consistently meets production goals for assigned process with minimal coaching
  • Signed off on all processes in work area
  • Submits Safety, Quality, and other improvement ideas
  • Provides process training when needed
  • Understands 6S principles and applies them to assigned workstation
  • Volunteers for overtime and supports production initiatives
  • Basic QAD entry
  • Mobile within department, meeting standards and productivity in all areas trained
  • Displays leadership expectations
  • Training is kept current in all areas trained
  • Identify Manufacturing, Safety, and Quality improvement initiatives
  • Use time and resources efficiently
  • Identify issues relate to product, processes, and/or procedures
  • Perform duties within acceptable quality and productivity standards
  • Perform all actions throughout the work environment, including the parking lot, in a safe manner
  • Follow all related procedures and policies
  • Comply with applicable FDA and regulatory laws/ standards and code of conduct
  • 6+ months of directly related electro-mechanical assembly or similar experience which includes basic soldering, wiring, stripping and tinning skills
6

Medical Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • 2nd Shift: Monday through Thursday - a four day work week!
  • 3:15pm-1:45pm
  • 3:30pm-2:00pm
  • 3:45pm-2:15pm
  • 4:00pm-2:30pm
7

Shift Medical Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide an updated resume
  • Have completed a High School Diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent
  • Submit to taking a math, reading and dexterity assessment
  • Submit to taking a drug screening and background check
  • Be able to be on their feet for 8-10 hours and lift up to 50lbs
8

Medical Kit Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Responsible for assembling medical kits according to PIC slips
  • Responsible for receiving, cleaning, inspecting, decontaminating when necessary, entering, and reprocessing returns and loaners
  • Organize, complete, and file paperwork
  • Assist the Returns Supervisor and Logistics Manager in inventory management
  • Follow all procedures outlined in Globus Medical’s quality policy and make sure that the logistics department is in total conformity with the FDA and other government agencies
  • Be knowledgeable about Globus Medicals’ Product Line
  • Special projects and duties as assigned
  • High School or Equivalent along with 1 to 2 years related experience is required
  • An eye for detail/ detail oriented
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Data entry skills; must have ability to work with Outlook, Excel
  • Posses logical thought process – must follow safety procedures and quality process guidelines
  • Great organizational skills
9

Medical Device Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Be passionate about manufacturing state-of-the-art implantable medical devices
  • Be energized by working for a world-class manufacturer
  • Working in a cleanroom manufacturing environment
  • Setting up and operating simple manufacturing equipment
  • Working with small hand-assembled parts
  • Manufacturing product with timeliness and accuracy
  • Making detailed and accurate observations
  • Adapting and demonstrating flexibility by moving from one manufacturing area to another as needed
  • Demonstrated
  • Experience initiating and completing small projects
  • Familiarity with manufacturing computer systems (i.e. E1)
  • Experience with sponsoring associates
  • Experience with training associates
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Medical Device Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Meet all quality, quantity and GMPs to satisfy customer and corporate requirements
  • Participate in safety programs, meetings, and trainings
  • Contribute to environmental conservation by shutting off equipment and lights not in use and ensuring proper recycling practices
  • Bring safety concerns to the attention of management or appropriate individuals (maintenance)
  • Read and/or understand operating procedures for specific products trained to
  • Re-occurring activities include but are not limited to
  • Ensuring first pieces at the beginning of each work order
  • Requisitioning of components
  • Collection of and weighing of returns at the end of an order
  • Completing line clearance to start a new order
  • Recording data to labor sheets, check sheets, visual aids, production sheets, and work orders
  • Use proper equipment to transport finished goods to appropriate locations
  • High school diploma or educational equivalent required
  • Previous manufacturing/production experience preferred
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Medical Device Assembler & Inspector Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ensure environmental conservations by shutting off equipment and lights not in use and ensuring proper recycling practices
  • Bring safety concerns to the attention of management
  • Understand the hazards associated with energy sources in the workplace
  • Re-occurring activities
  • Must be a highly motivated self-starter with good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Verbal and written communication skills are required
  • Must be familiar with and comfortable using computers (Microsoft Word and Excel, Oracle, Pilgrim)
  • Working knowledge of the medical device regulatory procedures, lean manufacturing, and manufacturing processes preferred
  • Must be able to perform basic arithmetic (multiplication, addition, subtraction, division) with the use of a calculator or computer
  • Ability to read engineering or mechanical drawings preferred
  • Time management, communication, and ability to work at a fast pace while multi-tasking
12

Medical Operator / Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Working within a team in a clean-room manufacturing environment while wearing required clean-room garments and hearing protection
  • Working hands-on to manufacture quality products, including operating molding machines, performing repetitive assembly of products (e.g., pinching, gripping, holding, etc), visual inspection, and basic troubleshooting of manufacturing equipment
  • Driving to meet production goals and quality requirements
  • Performing detailed and accurate record keeping for process documentation
  • Working within the guidelines of GMP/ISO standards
  • Using measuring equipment
  • Developing and maintaining strong interpersonal relationships
  • Working independently and within a team
  • Being adaptable to support business needs, including moving from one area to another within the cleanroom
  • Minimum of one year of demonstrated manufacturing experience
  • Demonstrated basic computer skills including, Microsoft Word, Excel and Lotus Notes with ability to learn more advanced systems
  • Demonstrated ability to read and follow standard operating procedure (SOPs)
  • Good documentation and organization skills
  • Good visual acuity and detail oriented
  • Experience in mentoring and sponsoring others
  • E1 experience
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Medical Device Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • One year of demonstrated, consistent work experience (full time 36-40 hrs a week)
  • Basic computer skills with the ability to learn more advanced system Demonstrated basic math skills
  • Work independently and within a functional team
  • Demonstrated ability to be flexible and open to change
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Assembler Medical Manufacturing Resume Examples & Samples

  • Inspecting parts
  • Trimming parts
  • Performing repetitive work to meet company quotas
  • Positioning parts according to work order
  • Fastening parts together using hands and various hand tools