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Bracco Medical Technologies

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Production Operator I

Why Join Bracco Medical Technologies?

At Bracco Medical Technologies, every employee has an impact on our Mission to empower lifesaving decisions. We create medical devices that give healthcare providers the insights they need to confidently and safely diagnose patients. Our unique line of products includes Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS), Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), Cardiovascular Imaging contrast delivery (CVi), and CT and MRI contrast delivery systems.

Position Description

Position Summary:
The Production Operator I is responsible for performing a variety of production tasks related to the assembly and testing of electro-mechanical medical devices. All tasks are completed in accordance with the ACIST Medical Systems/Bracco Medical Technologies Quality System, Standard Operation Procedures (SOP), Work Instructions (WI), Engineering Prints and Bills of Materials (BOM).
Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
• Assemble and test product to meet customer demand and verify design specification requirements
• Generate Quality System Records on applicable ACIST/BMT documentation as required
• Perform timely transactions online utilizing ERP/MRP system
• Understand and comply with ACIST Medical/BMT Quality Policy, ESD precautions, and OSHA guidelines as applicable
• Participate in continuous improvement by assisting ACIST/BMT personnel with process, documentation and material improvements
• Other duties or projects as required


Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities):

• High School diploma or equivalent
• Proficient in the use of mechanical assembly tools
• Previous assembly experience
• Demonstrated ability to follow manufacturing processes including problem solving
• The ability to maintain accurate documentation (e.g., record trace ability information onto routers, and transact materials online)
• Ability to work effectively in a team environment and contribute to maintaining positive interpersonal relationships and foster cooperation within and outside the department
• The physical ability to lift and package medical device assemblies up to 45 lbs
• Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
• 1 - 2 year(s) electro/mechanical medical device assembly experience
• Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Procedures (GMP’s), ISO regulations, and Quality Systems as it pertains to hardware manufacturing at Medical Device Manufacturers
• Demonstrated experience utilizing measurement equipment (i.e. DMM, caliper, micrometer, oscilloscope) 
• Moderate level of computer proficiency including MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and MRP Systems and database systems


Job Location

7905 Fuller Road, Eden Prairie, Minnesota

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