Manufacturing Technician, Jobs, Scotland, Stirling & Falkirk, 5815

Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Recruitment

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Manufacturing Technician - Stirling & Falkirk

Engineering & Manufacturing - Engineering & Manufacturing
Ref: 5815 Date Posted: Monday 19 Nov 2018
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Our Stirling based client are looking for a talented and focused individual to join their team on a permanent, dayshift basis. 

Description of the role

  • Manufacture assay strips 
  • Follow manual and semi-automated processes
  • Respnsible to operate a variety of equipment  such as e.g. - Universal PLS 4.75 Laser Cutters, Hamilton Microlab ML600 dispensers, Audion Elecktro D555NH Rotary Sealer, manual assembly jig and guillotine.
  • Liaising with a variety of departments such as scientists, engineers & quality

Key roles and Responsibilities

  • Manufacture disposal test strips
  • Operate a variety of equipment 
  • Following SOP's 
  • Input all data as each process requires into batch record
  • Visually inspect products and carry out QC checks 
  • Regularly review and understand daily scheduling board
  • Maintain and update work instructions as required
  • Comply with written procedures (SOP’s) and GMP Comply with the company’s Health &Safety and QMS policies
  • Collaborate across the organisation, providing the relevant people with information as needed e.g. Scientists, Lab Technicians and Quality Assurance
  • Ensure effective communication and team work is maintained
  • Identify and introduce new methods to the manufacturing process. 
  • Introduce lean manufacturing to improve productivity and quality of product
  • Continuous improvement using Lean Manufacturing techniques, Kaizen and 5S

Essential skills

  • Ideally from a science based R&D environment or have experience in a regulated manufacturing environment working to recognised quality standard(s).
  • High level of personal accountability, coupled with the ability to learn and develop new procedures and processes.
  • Shows attention to detail and maintains high-quality standards
  • Able to work well in a multi-discipline team by showing initiative, flexibility and enthusiasm
  • Must be computer literate and able to follow work instructions
  • Must be a team player who can work with, and influence different people

Desirable skills

  • Experience of operating within a medical device manufacturing environment.
  • Understanding of Lean Manufacturing/5S techniques.

Please apply directly via our website if you feel your skills and experience are suitable for this role.