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Assembler II, Imaging

KARL STORZ Industrial-America, Inc.

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Charlton, MA
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Job Description

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Job Overview:

 

Company Overview

KARL STORZ Endovision (KSE) develops, manufactures and services fiberoptic and digital video endoscopes.  KSE services all flexible endoscopes distributed in North America, as well as, many globally distributed endoscopes.  The facility also manufactures and services a variety of electromechanical devices -light sources, insufflators and other electronic accessories that provides high quality medical care.  To become part of this dynamic team, we invite you to learn more about our opportunities.

 

 

Role Overview

The purpose of this position is to assemble quality endoscope imaging systems while adhering to prescribed standards.

 

 

Key Responsibilities

  • All employees are expected to be knowledgeable about and follow the Company’s Equal Employment and Affirmative Action Policies, including policies on the rights of individuals with disabilities and harassment.

  • Semi-routine assembles of various intricate optical and mechanical components.

  • Applies acquired job skills and company policies and procedures to complete assigned assembly tasks.

  • Quantity of units produced should correspond to the time standards.

  • Perform cleaning and inspection of various components using hand tools and ultrasonic baths.

  • Load/unload ovens

  • Responsible for following prescribed assembly techniques and within assigned time standards to produce quality endoscope sub assemblies while meeting productivity guidelines.

  • May perform three or more of the following:Assembler I responsibilities as well as Lens assemblies, complete Light guide assembly; BDX lens bonding; Epoxying RP’s and SK’s; covering of bundles.

  • Actively participate in company sponsored training programs.

  • Ability to cross train in other value stream assemblies as needed.

  • Understand the process flow on assigned tasks (suppliers/customers) and the impact of their decisions.

  • Aware of practices and processes utilizing current management tools.

 

 

Key Requirements

  • High school diploma, or equivalent experience.

  • 1-2 years of experience assembling miniature precision medical products preferred.

  • Proficient in all sub-assembly disassembly, or basic assembly in three or more tasks and/or work areas.

  • Must possess ability to understand assembly drawings and written assembly procedures.

  • Ability to operate moderately complicated machinery.

  • Ability to meet takt time and quality standards.

  • Must have the ability to work with adhesives, solvents, microscopes, small hand and power tools, measurement devices and other related tools and equipment.

  • Must be able to work well with coworkers.

 

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