Production Assembler

Bard (NYSE:BCR) is a $3B high-quality developer and manufacturer of life-saving medical devices. Product families include balloons used to relieve blocked veins and arteries, ports used to deliver chemo-therapy treatment, filters that prevent blood clots from traveling to the lungs and heart, urological catheters, and guidewires necessary for almost every medical device procedure. The Corporation has 26 locations and 13,000 employees world-wide.
(For more about the Corporation, please explore our website at www.crbard.com )
The Glens Falls Operation is known as Bard's Technology Center and is Bard's largest domestic manufacturing facility employing approximately 700 in a three shift operation. The Glens Falls Operation manufactures over 20 different product lines serving all Bard Divisions.
Summary of Position with General Responsibilities
Performs any combination of tasks involved in the manufacture and assembly of medical devices.
Essential Job Functions
Responsible for following safety policies and procedures.
Responsible for following all required GMP's and applicable manufacturing procedures.
Perform a variety of duties to assemble all types and sizes of product, components, and sub-assemblies using a variety of standard and specialty assembly machines or hand operations. May be required to press, bond, solder, flare, strip, clamp, sand, weld, mount/takedown or inspect for appearance, gauging of parts by "no-go" or "go" gauges and set fixtures.
After initial training, shows the ability to consistently meet daily production goals while building a high quality product, part or subassembly to specification.
Set up, operates, perform minor maintenance and minor troubleshooting on equipment.
Follow department procedures on material replenishment.
Assists in training of manufacturing personnel.
Participate in continuous improvement activities to enhance team performance.
Must be able to work flexible hours and report to work on a regular, punctual basis.
Ability to work in a team environment and collaborate well with others.
Other related duties as assigned.
Basic Qualifications
Ability to read, write, interpret, comprehend and consistently follow specifications written in English.
Able to perform basic math calculations and use measuring devices and tools.
Meets or exceeds dexterity requirements.
Ability to successfully demonstrate visual accuracy through company-approved program.
Displays a positive attitude.
Able to work flexible and/or extended hours.
Willingness to rotate into different tasks and responsibilities.
Additional Desirable Qualifications Skills and Knowledge..Education and/or Experience
High School diploma or GED plus at least one year of consecutive work experience preferred.
Physical Demands
Ability to work under magnification for long periods of time
Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time
Able to lift 30 lbs (over 30 with assistance)
Repetitive use of hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands and arms and/or perform repetitive hand/wrist movement
Work Environment
May require some exposure to chemicals used in manufacturing processes. Some minor physical inconvenience or discomfort occasionally present in the work situation (moderate noise, disagreeable odors, etc.). May be subject to situations requiring precautions due to the potential for minor injury or other health hazards.
"Bard is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and desires priority referrals of protected veterans for all openings." For verification of information in the job listings, please contact (518) 793-2531.

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