Robling Medical, Inc. is currently searching for the following positions. With a great culture and strong leadership, we are making a positive difference in patients’ lives everyday.
Quality Assurance Receiving Inspector
The QA Receiving Inspector’s primary responsibility is to perform receiving inspection, functional testing, dimensional verification, and sampling for incoming materials, parts, and mechanical assembly components used in disposable medical devices, electro-mechanical assemblies, and/or finished goods. The receiving inspector will communicate and coordinate with suppliers regarding nonconforming materials, returns and corrective and preventive action requests. The receiving inspector will provide assistance to manufacturing and quality in root cause analysis, corrective action, and rework of nonconforming materials. Other duties will include performing internal and roving audits, providing support to calibration program, and assisting with environmental testing and validation activities. For more details, click here.
Quality Assurance Specialist
The QA Specialist’s primary responsibility is to perform product inspection and to review device history records along with providing support and training to manufacturing personnel. The QA Specialist will be required to provide guidance and oversight to manufacturing in the management, root cause analysis, corrective action and rework of nonconforming materials. Other duties will include performing internal audits and providing support to calibration program, assisting with environmental testing, assisting with receiving inspection. For more details, click here.
Quality Assurance Engineer
Responsible for serving as a member of a Cross Function Customer Focus team and assisting the Director of RA/QA in the maintenance of the Quality Management System. Responsible for assuring compliance with Quality System Procedures through the support of QA personnel. For more details, click here.
Manufacturing Assembly Technician
The Manufacturing Assembly Technician is responsible for assisting Robling Medical Manufacturing Operations and Engineering departments. The technician will assist in complex manufacturing builds, as well as, assist engineering in product development builds. This is accomplished through assisting the team with urgent production builds, development & validation builds, and testing. The Manufacturing Assembly Technician provides hands-on support to Robling Medical project teams in the execution of manufacturing, engineering builds, project documentation, and training of production personnel. For more details, click here.
The Project Manager is responsible for establishing & leading project teams in the design, development & validation of robust products, processes, assembly tools & methods, manufacturing processes, etc. This position: 1) requires technical expertise in creating & maintaining project plans, tracking project performance, developing & maintaining project & engineering reports, & communicating routinely on all aspects of projects to all stakeholders; 2) assists the Engineering team with the development of cost-effective & efficient processes; and 3) leads cross-functional teams in the transfer of products to the Robling Medical manufacturing environment on time. For more details, click here.
This is a non-exempt position that leads a production team performing repetitive bench or line assembly operations to mass-produce plastic medical products such as catheters. The Team Leader should seek continuous improvement in productivity and quality. The Team Leader coordinates, leads and monitors the activities and workflow of the team while ensuring that established objectives and deadlines are adhered to. The Team Leader makes daily decisions regarding productivity and works closely with the Production Supervisor to plan, schedule and coordinate work for the operators and/or other manufacturing employees. This includes coordination of resources and activities needed to fulfill manufacturing requirements. For more details, click here.
Certified In-process Inspector
The primary purpose of the In-Process Inspector is to be responsible for the quality of the product and packaging being produced by the production and packaging processes. By performing inspections, checks, tests, and sampling the output of the process. You will be verifying and keeping the quality produced at zero defects getting thru inspection and suggesting improvements to our processes. For more details, click here.
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