Summary: Brooks Life Science division is the leading worldwide provider of automated compound and biological sample storage and management, Brooks focuses on retaining long-term sample integrity, data storage and security. With the largest installed base and support network for automated sample management systems, Brooks has more than 180 systems worldwide, including installations in all of the top 20 global pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. From standardized bench top systems, to the world’s largest custom installations, Brooks is the name scientists rely on.
The Manufacturing Technician II is expected to actively participate in all facets of the manufacturing process in accordance with Brooks Quality System, with the primary objective of ensuring the repeatable manufacturing of high quality products and on time delivery. This position requires superb communication skills, as correspondence with other departments (Engineering, Quality, Accounting, Sales and Marketing) is part of daily work. Must be a motivated self-starter, be well organized, detail focused, and have a desire for professional growth. This position works under general supervision on a wide range of assignments that require general knowledge of the discipline and/or function. Follows established procedures, processes, or policies, but is expected to use judgment in resolving issues or recommending solutions.
Responsibilities: Perform all facets of product assembly. Support Inventory and Shipping and receiving. Follow and reference assembly instructions, test procedures, Bills of Material, and other documents used in the manufacturing of products. Inspect and package consumables. Performs functions associated with all manufacturing operations, to include working with engineers in set-up and calibration tasks, as well as performing work, rework and testing and troubleshooting related to the production of parts, components, subassemblies and final system assemblies. Uses sophisticated programs to collect and evaluate operating data to conduct on-line adjustments to products, instruments or equipment. Determines or may assist in developing methods and procedures from blueprints, drawings and/or diagrams to control or modify the manufacturing process. Provides resolutions from basic to moderately complex problems. May prepare technical reports summarizing findings and recommending solutions to technical problems. Provide guidance to other non-exempt personnel, and may lead or supervise activities within this position.
Required Skills: Minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent, plus 1-2 years additional education/training or trade school (2-year Associates degree preferred). Requires 2-4yrs of required experience working in a manufacturing environment. Be able to read schematics, manuals, work instructions and other specifications in order to understand installation, maintenance and repair procedures. Thorough knowledge of the basic principles, practices, and processes in the applicable discipline and has a working knowledge of related field. Be self motivated and able to be productive working independently, as well as in a team. Exercises judgment within procedures and practices in selecting methods and techniques for arriving at solutions.
Brooks Automation, Inc. - 11 months ago