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Manufacturing Technician- Substrates (1st Shift) (8279447)
Ref No.: 18-05320
Location: Brighton, Minnesota
Position Type:Contract
Start Date / End Date: 05/10/2018 to 11/27/2018
Job Title: Manufacturing Technician – Substrates (1st Shift)
Duration: 6 Months
Shift: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Location: New Brighton, MN 55112
MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE: MANAFACTURING JACK OF ALL TRADES TYPE OF CANDIDATE/ Previous experience in a smaller manufacturing team that was crossed trained in a heavy regulated assembly environment is what this manager needs. • (2 + years' experience required/ Working on multiple zones/lines in a manufacturing environment. This is a smaller environment so there will be cross training to cover the required production duties. • Experience at a Medical Device/Aerospace assembly or screen printing HIGHLY preferred • MUST HAVE GOOD TENURE!!!! No job hoppers will be considered, it is important to have hungry, flexible, eager candidates that are looking to learn and grow. Good Attendance is extremely important to this manager. • Must be able to read, write and speak English

an innovator in the blood analyzer industry, is currently seeking experienced Manufacturing Technicians for the substrates department.

Primary responsibilities include:

Perform manufacturing activities:
1. Material handling – refilling supplies, checking out/in pastes, paste measurement
2. Retrieve items from the Axapta pickling list
3. Performing thickness measurements, screen measurements, viscosity measurements
4. Mixing pastes
5. Perform all activities in accordance with GMP/QSR requirements and established safety procedures.
6. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:
• High School Diploma with a minimum of one to three years' experience in a production environment.
• 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 not have any chemical allergies, and must be willing and able to work with and around chemicals and solvents.
• Assembly areas may contain adhesives, solvents, and chemical processes.
• Must be willing and able to conform to clean room practices with regard to apparel and personal hygiene.