Stryker Production Associate I - 1st Shift in Salt Lake City, Utah
WHO WE WANT
We are looking for dedicated individuals to help our mission to make healthcare better and to be a part in saving our patients lives! Whether you have experience in Medical Device Manufacturing already or are excited for a new challenge to build and test the very best Medical Devices on the market, we are looking for reliable, responsible people to join our growing team. If you have a great attention for detail, are a fast learner and ready to make a big impact, we want you to join our growing team at Stryker!
Working in a team environment performing various manufacturing duties to ensure the team meets all goals and objectives. Typical types of work include: UV Bond, packaging, operating and loading machines, measuring, material handling, coating, masking, mixing, blasting and inspection of product or components.
Prefer prior cleanroom or medical device manufacturing experience
Ability to communicate problems or issues verbally and written in English.
Ability to read and understand procedures, safely sheets, instructions, and policies in English.
Ability to carry out verbal instructions in English.
Ability to work with measuring devices.
Demonstrated computer skills (ability to navigate email, calendar, online database systems and online training).
Demonstrated ability to follow processes and has a basic understanding of the technical job duties.
Ability to conduct basic arithmetic calculations: add, subtract, multiply and divide. Ability to perform simple calculations using a calculator.
High manual dexterity to use tools such as, microscope, soldier iron, tweezers etc.
Ability to work overtime as required.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Understands and adheres to safety policies and practices to maintain a clean, safe and health conscious work environment.
Maintains clean room standards per standard operating procedure.
Is responsible for quality and adherence to manufacturing process requirements.
Builds product by following all processes in which certified and completing other assigned work, while meeting manufacturing goals and metrics.
Records information on shop floor paperwork and maintains accurate records.
Independently complies with signals from Hour by Hour and in-process Kanbans.
Is willing to flex and rotate as necessary and work well with all group members, both within the team and cross-functionally.
Records information on shop floor paperwork and maintains accurate records. Maintains up to date training.
Understands 6S principles for assigned areas.
Handles, transports, stores, and inspects components and final assembly devices.
Sets up and operates manufacturing equipment.
Able to become proficient on more than one job task.
Red lines documents in need of correction and assist with resolution.
Executes validation protocols and engineering evaluations with supervision.
Supports continuous improvements through idea submission and leading assigned projects.
Ability to focus on and see small objects under a microscope
Ability to sit and stand for long periods of time
Ability to focus on detailed work for long periods of time
Ability to use fingers and hands to manipulate/assemble small tools or objects
Ability to gown in appropriate PPE for a cleanroom environment
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. on a regular basis
Ability to discern colors
- High School Diploma or GED required