We welcome you to join Philips Healthcare “Neuro business” as an Assembler in Eugene, OR.
Philips Neuro believes better care starts with better science. We are committed to providing products and solutions that advance both neuroscientific discovery and neuroclinical care. New tools and computational advances are unlocking our understanding of the brain at a more rapid pace than ever. Philips Neuro is excited to connect its capabilities across modalities to help researchers and clinicians drive better understanding and make meaningful advances.
In this role, you have the opportunity to follow procedures for product assembly/fabrication, system testing, and equipment operation and safety requirements as documented in the company’s quality system.
- Learning all Neuro products, parts and assembly procedures.
- Assemble fabricated parts at floor stations, test and calibrate parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product specifications, identify units that fail tests or tolerance levels and arrange for repair as necessary.
- Familiar with regulatory standards as well as medical GMP’s and safety requirements as documented in the company’s quality system.
- Assist in the scheduling/packaging of shipments and assisting in material procurement based on forecasts, maintaining records of inventory.
- Work with Engineering in the development of new products. Must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision.
- Responsible for the product quality output coming from the Operator’s setting, checks and adjustment of the line process
- Perform quality checks as defined by instructions/specifications
- Report disturbances/deviations in the production process to the Manufacturing group leader
- Assure components/parts/documents comply with quality specifications before handing over to next step in process
- Suggest improvements that contribute to improved quality, increased productivity and/or improved work environment
- Executes the processes and standards with embedded quality into the way of working including adherence to compliance with safety, regulatory- and environmental requirements
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
- High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED).
- Advanced equipment, assembly, and soldering skills are necessary.
- Must be able to read, understand, follow and create technical procedures.
- Knowledge of ISO or FDA quality system requirements is desired.
- Sign Work and Test records (digitally or paper as required)
- Withdraw materials in accordance with ERP/MRP/MES system
- Stop process if safety is at risk
- Stop process if quality specifications cannot be met
- Understanding of established personal safety, security, and environmental practices.
- Also knowledge/ experienced on “Electro Static Discharge” ESD environment.
In return, we offer you
The opportunity to work with this emerging Business group, which acts as a new business incubator inside of the larger Philips HealthTech umbrella. We have an unrelenting focus on driving business growth and innovation from scientific research to clinical solutions. The group has cross-functional team of research, development, product management, commercial sales, field, customer service, quality and regulatory that will deliver new products into both existing and new markets, and will transform the way neurology is today
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