Manufacturing Associate (Systems, Temp to Hire) - Bothell, WA
FUJIFILM, Sonosite, Inc . We are an innovative and high performance culture with tremendous opportunities. People who work here are given the unique opportunity to contribute to the advancement of healthcare throughout the world. Headquartered in Bothell, WA USA, Fujifilm Sonosite is represented by a global distribution network in over 100 countries. Since its inception, Fujifilm Sonosite's lightweight, robust products have created and led the point-of-care ultrasound market. From sophisticated urban hospital emergency rooms to clinics in austere, remote villages, Fujifilm Sonosite systems are used by over 21 medical specialties and provide clinicians around the world with a cost-effective tool for improving patient safety and workflow efficiency. Fujifilm Sonosite holds a number of prestigious design awards and has in excess of 145 patents.
We have an opportunity for a dedicated team player to be a part of a fast-paced, busy manufacturing environment! As a successful candidate you will exhibit manual dexterity, reliability, basic math and computer skills and an aptitude for learning things quickly. Manufacturing experience is not required but is preferred. Any college level educational experience considered.
This position will perform in flexible manufacturing, test, and configure to order manufacturing operation. Perform assembly and acceptance test of ultrasound equipment and accessories as well as packaging, and picking final assemblies to fulfill customer orders.
Essential Job Functions:
Under limited supervision, performs a number of complex, but repetitive mechanical and electro-mechanical assembly and test operations. Uses tools such as torque drivers, wrenches, measuring instruments, fixtures, and other hand held tools. Follows verbal and written instructions such as procedures, assembly instructions, drawings, diagrams, flow charts and pictures in completing a variety of assembly and subassembly tasks.
Perform basic material handling tasks, restocking and cycle counting components at workstation.
Pick items from stockroom using part numbers on pick lists and package using work instructions to fulfill customer orders.
Using computers: perform system level final acceptance tests, configurations and labeling using custom programs; login and perform searches in databases to find company documents and specifications on-line; login and approve work completed and write up nonconforming material records.
Provide training and guidance to other Manufacturing Associates.
Perform prototype work as assigned.
Provide assistance in other areas of Manufacturing and Operations group as needed and directed. Responsible and accountable for carrying out the requirements of the company's quality system.
Knowledge and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Experience working with computers and the Internet.
Basic math: add, subtract, multiply, divide, fractions, percent etc.
Basic conversational and written English.
Production experience, in electro-mechanical, food, or other processes.
Skill and Ability:
Must have excellent work ethics, personal responsibility, initiative and teamwork.
Must have excellent hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity and physical durability.
Must effectively communicate and have the ability to read and comprehend manufacturing drawings and assembly, operating and material handling procedures.
Must have excellent attention to detail and quality requiring little rework.
Must be comfortable with computers to access information, navigate on-line and run custom computer programs.
Flexible to work productively in a team oriented environment under limited supervision.
Able to frequently lift and carry a minimum of 40lbs with or without accommodations.
Ability to work standing or walking for an extended periods including an entire shift.
Visit us today to learn more about our exciting technologies and how you can make a difference. To apply and obtain further details regarding key responsibilities and experience requirements, check out our careers page at www.Sonosite.com/about/careers.
FUJIFILM Sonosite, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, age, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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