Responsible for performing sub-systems alignment, calibration, functional test, troubleshooting, instrument final integration and system test.
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Perform assigned manufacturing tasks to produce high quality products under general supervision.
Perform troubleshooting on components and integrated systems.
Hands-on testing and integration of DNA sequencing systems - hardware, firmware, software, chemistry/reagents, and application components
Align complex optical systems with aid of in-house software and instruments.
Perform instrument final integration and full system test.
Perform final product QC procedures, inspection and packaging.
Perform data collection and analysis.
Perform work order processing to complete products to inventory.
Interpreting and responding to quality data.
Understand work flow and create Standard Operating Procedures.
Support process improvement activities to meet production goals.
Support 5S and Lean activities.
Performing kitting and other packaging functions.
All listed tasks and responsibilities are deemed as essential functions to this position; however, business conditions may require reasonable accommodations for additional task and responsibilities.
3 – 5 years relevant experience.
System level testing and troubleshooting experience.
Understanding of sequencing systems and techniques will be helpful.
Basic wet laboratory experience.
Communicate well with supervisor and other employees.
Experience with SOPs, travelers, ECOs, GMP, 5S and Lean is a plus.
Knowledge and skills typically acquired through previous positions in fast-paced corporate environments which involved responsibility for similar work.
Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical/Electrical/Mechatronic) or equivalent required preferred.
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