Production Operator

Company Name:
BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company)
The Cannula Manufacturing Associate will be responsible for processing cannula through grinding. This includes loading and unloading, inspecting product, removing defective product, recording inspection and production data, monitoring the performance of the equipment and notifying set-up for repairs so that continuous work patterns are maintained.
Job requires at least 30 lbs. lifting and repetitive motion. Requirements also include the use of microscopes, small tools, macroscopes, labels, packing material, etc.
Associate will perform clean up as required and maintain accurate production and quality records.
1. Able to learn product specifications and to perform required tests to meet quality requirements.
2. Ability to learn and use quality test equipment and measuring tools.
3. Knowledge of computers to input quality and production data.
4. Process knowledge and skills to make and understand charting, graphs, data analysis, and their interpretation.
5. Ability to make machine settings and adjustments with tools, computers, etc.
6. Ability to participate as a team member.
1. Work as a team member in helping solve quality problems.
2. Participate as a team member by meeting with off-shifts for meetings.
3. Through a team environment, work out problems.
4. Perform peer reviews within the work team.
5. Responsible as a team member to provide coverage to maintain schedules and production flow.
6. Maintain accurate labor, production, waste and quality records.
7. Maintain adequate product supplies, tools, cannula, etc., to sustain continuous operation, including cleaning of equipment and work area.
8. Inspect cannula per specification, including the removal of defects.
9. Perform required machine set-ups and adjustments to meet quality specifications.
10. Visually monitor the equipment for proper operation.
11. Operate all equipment per operating procedures.
12. Keep emptied containers orderly for return to production.
13. Fill out product identification as required per specifications.
JOB TITLE: Cannula Manufacturing Associate
DEPT. Cannula Mfg. (242)
1. Reports to product line coordinator. Able to work effectively in a team, accurately, and with limited supervision.
2. Authority to instruct misbehaving associates to correct misbehavior. Discipline, if necessary, would be left to the larger work team and/or management.
3. Executes additional duties as required by the team.
4. Must be familiar with all specifications as outlined in the Manufacturing Set-up Procedures, Process Specifications, Preventative Maintenance and Quality System Manual, blueprints, and GMP manuals, which pertain to this operation.
5. Must comply with protective clothing, safety and management policies.
6. Must be familiar with specifications and documentation associated with operations of this position. The operations of this position may specify use of chemicals. In such cases, completion of periodic Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and Right-To-Know training will be required for these chemicals.
Must be able to read, write, and perform basic arithmetic.
Must be able to maintain neat, accurate and complete records and logs, both manually and/or electronically.
Must be able to maintain continuous mental and visual attention (eye-hand coordination).
High school diploma or equivalent is required. No prior experience is necessary.
Basic proficiency with PCs (Personal Computers) and basic use of a Windows environment is required.
Job: Operations
Title: Production Operator
Location: Nebraska-Columbus West
Requisition ID: OPE1011S

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