Contribute to advancing robotic-assisted surgery while working for a company that respects, values, and appreciates all team members!
Why you will love working at Virtual Incision:
- Strong mission to expand access to robotic-assisted surgery, one of the most exciting fields in healthcare today
- Company-wide dedication to clinical excellence, innovation, and teamwork
- Friendly, open, and fun culture where people genuinely like each other
- Opportunity to take ownership on exciting projects from day one
- Career development through fast pace and an all-hands-on-deck culture
- Mentorship from some of the top industry experts
- Flexible working hours, including paid vacation and holidays
- Healthcare programs including medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance
- 410(k) retirement plan
Assemble and inspect medical devices and components effectively and efficiently according to company guidelines.
- Assembles and test medical devices and components following established company policies and procedures.
- Use of basic electronic assembly tools, soldering, hand power equipment and the use of various electronic test equipment.
- Develop an ability to inspect products and to repair, alter or reject a product that does not meet company quality standards.
- Close visual inspection of the fine detail of solder joints so they meet quality assurance standards.
- Meet a level of productivity as determined by management.
- Accurately and completely document required information in lot history records and device history records.
- Pick and distribute material, supplies and subassemblies to work areas, as directed.
- Clean and maintain work areas.
- Understand and comply with Quality Management Systems.
- Ensure compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices.
- Performa assembly activities per document work instructions.
- Perform quality inspection activities in areas trained in and authorized to do so.
- Communicate with employee at all levels as needed.
- Other duties as assigned.
Requirements and skills:
- High School diploma or GED required
- 2 years minimum manufacturing experience required
- Soldering experience required, certification preferred
- Demonstrated ability to perform assembly of small components following detailed work instructions
- Manual dexterity
- Ability to work under a microscope
- Ability to read and comprehend technical documentation
- Excellent organizational skills, problem solving techniques and accuracy
- Demonstrate ability to positively manage working relationships
- Ability to work independently a well as part of a team
- Exceptional personal initiative and desire to drive continuous improvement
- Computer literacy and ability to learn service database software
- Ability and fluency to speak, write and read the English language
- Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds for short periods of time
- Ability to sit or stand for up to 8 hours per day
- Ability to bend, kneel, reach, and move around the production floor
- Must have excellent dexterity skills to manipulate small objects at a fast pace using excellent eye hand coordination skills.
- Use hands/fingers, to handle or position objects, activate tools or controls.
Status: Hourly Non-exempt, eligible for overtime