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Manufacturing Technician- Solutions (1st shift)
Ref No.: 18-01671
Location: Carlsbad, California
Position Type:Contract
Start Date / End Date: 02/23/2018 to 02/22/2019
Shift (Hours by Location) Carlsbad 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

SenDx Medical, Inc., an innovator in the medical electronics industry develops, manufactures and markets proprietary point-of-care blood analysis systems that provide measurement of critical diagnostic parameters for the health care market, is currently seeking experienced Manufacturing Technicians.

Additional Job Details:
Assembly operations including pouch testing, pouch filling, pouch sealing, final assembly of filled pouches into molded housings, labeling, counting inventory, data entry and interfacing with computers, hooking up gas tanks to solution vats for the tonometry period and packaging of final product (Cal pack and Solution Pack). Additional responsibilities include review of documentation to ensure all quantities are accurate, no blanks are left on routers and test values meet specifications.
Justification for Request Replacement for Kelley Pharakhoneham, who is currently working full time in sensor, but will be transferred to Ryan Chavez's sensor value stream in March.

Primary responsibilities include:

1. Operate Hot Pouch Sealer.
2. Perform taping operations by hand.
3. Perform pouch filling operation.
4. Weighing filled pouches for proper liquid contents using a balance or a scale (ability to understand numeric weight range).
5. Manipulating filled pouch with hands or fixture to remove air bubbles.
6. Assembling a finished device.
7. Calibrating blood gas analyzers.
8. Perform pre-fill testing of sample solution on blood gas analyzer and documenting results (obtaining value information from analyzer).
9. Generating bar code labels.
10. Visually inspect parts according to quality criteria.
11. Perform final boxing of solution pack assembly.
12. Perform daily cycle counts of materials
13. Must be computer literate and have work experience using Excel.
14. Completion of routers.

Must have a high school diploma. Minimum three years' experience in a production environment. Ability to perform repetitive work of high quality. Must be willing and able to perform involved process runs with minimal interruption and be detail oriented. QSR/GMP experience or previous training. Some experience with basic lab techniques such as micropipetting, pipetting, and weighing helpful. Experience at a medical device assembly firm preferred, but not required. Must be able to read, write and speak English. Must be able to follow written procedures and verbal instructions. Must be willing and able to conform to clean room practices with regard to apparel and personal hygiene.