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Massachusetts Employer Assembly Operator IIl D in Danvers, Massachusetts

D Shift - Friday through Sunday 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM Assembly Operator III - Multiple shifts available A career with this company is an ongoing journey of discovery. Their 57,000 people are shaping how the world lives, works and plays through next generation advancements in healthcare, life science and performance materials. For more than 350 years and across the world they have passionately pursued their curiosity to find novel and vibrant ways of enhancing the lives of others. Your Role: Working independently and in coordination with the Production Team, Lead or Supervisor, the Assembly Operator is responsible for accurate and compliant manufacturing/assembly of various Life Science single use assembly's filtration devices utilizing a variety of manual and semi-automated equipment and processes. Operates pneumatic tooling, manual tools and packaging equipment. Will perform basic troubleshooting and maintain equipment and area cleanliness. Interfaces and works with safety, quality, engineering and senior manufacturing personnel in identifying and implementing process improvements and process validations. Maintain a safe, clean and well-organized work environment Know and follow all Company safety rules, such as safe work practices, personal protective equipment, and standard operating procedures Serve as a good role model to peers for safe work practices and behavior by conducting yourself professionally, keeping in mind your own safety and the safety of others Ensure compliance to all aspects of the Quality Management System as they pertain to Materials Control, Handling, Line Opening/Closing, and labelling Verifies that product being moved has an appropriate Pallet Placard & QC Stamp before moving Wrap all Skids of Finished Goods or WIP & safely move them to their proper location Assist in relieving operators during breaks & lunches. (As per your supervisor's schedule) Physical Attributes: Lift up to 35lbs, sometimes frequently Must be able to stand for up to 8 hours Frequent hand/wrist movement Who You Are: Basic Qualifications: High school diploma or GED 3+ years of manufacturing experience in the pharmaceutical or life science industry Preferred Qualifications: Strong knowledge of QMS, ISO and cGMP Strong knowledge of good documentation practices Associate or bachelor's degree Prior experience in a regulated manufacturing industry (medical device, pharma, biotech) Ability to operate PCs, printers, Word, Excel, Access, Oracle Ability to effectively communicate in a professional manner with all levels of staff both verbally and written Demonstrates a high attention to detail Lean Manufacturing certification Ability to work in a complex and fast paced environment High intellectual horsepower with proven problem-solving ability and troubleshooting skills Collaborative and likeable team player Ability to drive change and challenge the status quo in a respectful/professional manner Strong understanding of general assembly and packaging, including pack-out machine operation Strong understanding of product labeling requirements Strong understanding of good documentation practices with high paperwork accuracy Strong understanding of Product Integrity Testing requirements Capable in assembly and packaging of complex assemblies and/or complex product integrity testing. Strong quality focus Meets output targets set by line leads and/or supervisor Proactive and able to work independently Good communication skills and participation in shift changeover with colleagues and leads