Robotics & Digital Solutions, part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies is recruiting for a Manufacturing Production Technician II located in Santa Clara, CA.
Robotics & Digital Solutions is part of Ethicon, Inc., a global leader in surgery with products and solutions found in almost every operating room around the world. Ethicon has made significant contributions to surgery for more than 100 years from creating the first sutures, to revolutionizing surgery with minimally invasive procedures. Our continuing dedication to Shape the Future of Surgery is built on our commitment to help address the world's most pressing health care issues and improve and save more lives. Through Ethicon's surgical technologies and solutions including robotics, digital solutions, sutures, staplers, energy devices, trocars and hemostats and our commitment to treat serious medical conditions like obesity and cancer worldwide, we deliver innovation to make a life-changing impact. For more information, visit www.ethicon.com .
This role is a unique opportunity to work on a surgical robotic platform that will require creative approaches to take on issues with Electrical, Mechanical, Quality and Manufacturing engineers. Individuals will be engaged in the design and documentation of test fixtures, cabling and electrical and electro-mechanical subassemblies.
We are looking for a driven individual who enjoys being hands on and interacting with innovative, new tech (electronic prototype assemblies, breadboard circuit assemblies, printed circuit assemblies, cable assemblies, and various subsystems of the robotic platform).
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Perform simple and complex assemblies on various electro-mechanical products in accordance with standard operating procedures, work instructions, MPIs, and drawings. Provides technical updates and improvements to written instructions.
- Perform acceptance and functional testing of completed assemblies using established test procedures (TPIs) and protocols.
- Operate, maintain, and set up production equipment and fixtures. Communicates status of testing and alignment to Production schedule. Perform inspections, repairs, or reworks of their own and/or others’ work when needed.
- Facilitate preparation work such as line clearance, cycle counting, and verifying equipment maintenance and calibration dates are in-compliance prior to use.
- Maintain accuracy of material transactions and cycle count raw material, sub-assemblies, and work-in-progress material on the line. Accurately determine and report shortages to their line lead or Supervisor. Report quality or defective material and component issues as required.
- Clearly detail and communicate failure findings to the applicable engineers. Report and remediate quality issues. Actively participate in quality improvement initiatives.
- A minimum of a Vocational, Certificate, Technical, or Associates required
- A minimum of 2 years of experience as an assembler, tester, or associate of Type II or Type III medical device company or complex electromechanical capital equipment manufacturer
- Mechanical and electrical skills for troubleshooting purposes and root cause problem-solving capabilities.
- Relevant proven experience with anti-static/ESD principles and controls.
- Proficient at multiple assemblies and testing tasks while meeting requirements for workmanship, safety, and productivity
- Must have experience using Multimeter, Torque Wrenches, and general hand tools (Must know how to use Loctite, Grease)
- Demonstrate strong leadership, analytical, and written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment
- Basic digital literacy such as Outlook, and Microsoft Word/Excel is required to maintain accurate records and files.
- Hands-on experience with Good Documentation Practices (GDP)
Preferred Skills & Experience:
- Experience with using Learning Management Systems such as Cornerstone, Agile PLM
- Experience with ERP (SAP, QAD, CAMSTAR)
- Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, work hours may vary between 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand. This role is based in Santa Clara. Working overtime may be needed.
At Johnson & Johnson, we’re on a mission to change the trajectory of health for humanity. That starts by creating the world’s healthiest workforce. Through cutting-edge programs and policies, we empower the physical, mental, emotional and financial health of our employees and the ones they love. As such, depending on location and subject to local legislation, candidates offered employment may be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or, in certain countries, secure an approved accommodation prior to the commencement of employment to support the well-being of our employees, their families and the communities in which we live and work. If you are invited to interview for the position, your recruiter will advise on the vaccine requirement status in your geographic location.
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