Production Technician

The Production Technician I follows blueprints, guidelines and/or diagrams to ensure product specifications and tolerance levels are met. Operates production equipment; responsible for manufacturing and assembly of clinical and commercial products. Being a Production Technician I typically requires an associate’s degree. Maintains required records of production and reports any inconsistencies or equipment issues following standard procedures. In addition, Production Technician I typically reports to a supervisor. Being a Production Technician I gains or has attained full proficiency in a specific area of discipline. Works under moderate supervision. Working as a Production Technician I typically requires 1-3 years of related experience.

Production Technician Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Production Technician to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Remove small quantities of metal with hand files, scrapers or machine tools to produce close fit between parts;
  • Align couplings and subassemblies to gearbox or other components;
  • Computer skills and willingness to learn;
  • Participate in monthly safety meetings and promote a safe work environment;
  • Drives a culture of “Do It Safe, Do It Right the First Time” with their actions and their words on a daily basis;
  • Must have own basic hand tools (list will be provided);
  • The employee must be able to work 8 hour rotating shifts;
  • The employee must be able to tolerate exposure to flour and yeast materials;
  • Collects and evaluates production data to ensure conformance to quality;
  • Experience working forklift/overhead crane;
  • Perform other tasks as assigned or necessary;
  • Provide support to Engineers in Tech Plans and support for R&D runs and scale-ups;
  • Use of autoclave;
  • Assures that Product Quality is an absolute priority utilizing IPM, Plant Teams and outside resources to accomplish this;
  • Remove general waste form the lab areas and take it to the dock areas for pick up.

Requirements:

  • Get to work on race car, defense and aerospace products;
  • Experience working forklift/overhead crane;
  • Computer skills and willingness to learn;
  • Must have own basic hand tools (list will be provided);
  • Visually able to determine color, shape, and size of a part;
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs. with or without assistance;
  • Must be able to learn and acquire a working knowledge of any software applications for to the position;
  • Ability to use basic mathematics to quantify scrap in various units of measure, e.g. Linear Feet, Sq. Feet, etc. and downtime in minutes;
  • Shown maintenance troubleshooting and mechanical ability;
  • Planning;
  • Communications (Effective Listening, Giving and Receiving Feedback);
  • Detail oriented;
  • Have greater than high-school education;
  • Ability to read a tape measure;
  • Ability to successfully complete a background check subject to applicable law.