Production Technician

Pension scheme Good development opportunities Employee discounts Attractive remuneration system Work-life integration Health initiatives Flexible working hours

Knowledge of common hand tools and how to use them appropriately. Assemble any required parts, assemblies, or instruments in accordance with the appropriate assembly drawings or work instructions while following company quality and safety guidelines. Identify and isolate non-conforming parts and create a Non-Conformance Report (NCR) detailing the issues found. Work at a fast pace while ensuring safety and accuracy are maintained. Set up and operate production equipment using tools and computer connections while utilizing Mensor’s ERP system and production software, in accordance with current good manufacturing practices and standard operating procedures. Keep work areas clean and free of safety hazards and obstructions. Report any issues that might negatively impact quality or current and future production schedules to the Production Engineer or Director of Operations. Responsible for maintaining and improving 5S standards of workplace organization and actively participating in continuous improvement initiatives, projects, and events. Perform other duties as requested by Director of Operations. Willing to be trained and to train others.

High school diploma or GED, or equivalent work experience. Must have basic reading and math skills. Must have excellent manual dexterity. Must be able to follow written and oral instructions. Must be able to use basic hand tools and some basic electrical. Ability to read basic schematic a plus. Must be able to learn how to interface with the company’s ERP system and Microsoft Office programs for obtaining bills of materials, time reporting, and other information required by their job.