Merit Medical Systems, Inc.
About the job
Summary Of Duties
May perform at least one of the following job functions: medical device assembly, picking orders, and boxing product as a production team member.
Essential Functions Performed
- Assembles medical products on an assembly operation, performing a variety of tasks on a rotating basis.
- Performs on-line and in-process visual inspection of products to ensure specifications per work order and procedure are followed.
- Ensures product assembled meets quality standards.
- Rejects product outside of specifications.
- Picks and verifies orders for accuracy.
- Prepares shipments including labels.
- Performs the basic boxing procedures.
- Adheres to safety standards.
- Working overtime may be required for this position.
- Performs other tasks, as required.
Essential Physical/Environmental Demands
- Lifting — Not to exceed 50 lbs. — local practice may apply.
- Visual acuity
- Color perception
- Depth perception
- Field of vision/peripheral
- Fine motor skills
- Chemical vapors
- Soldering fumes
Summary Of Minimum Qualifications
- Education equivalent to a high school diploma.
- Demonstrates competencies and ability to rotate in a specific assembly line.
- Ability to meet line rate expectations.
- Ability to recognize, identify and distinguish between different medical products by their appearance.
- Excellent attention to detail and accuracy in checking information.
- Knowledge of basic math and the ability to apply it in work situations.
- Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions in performing repetitive tasks.
- Ability to work as a team member.
- Ability to perform a variety of tasks requiring dexterity and fine motor skills.
- Ability to visually check work performed and identify whether a product has been assemble correctly.
- Dependability in coming to work on time and meeting company attendance guidelines.
- Medical product assembly/eye-hand coordination
- Assembly line rotation
- Quality inspection
Infectious Control Risk Category III
The risk category explains whether or not employees are likely to come into contact with blood or body fluids while performing their jobs. Risk category III states employment and procedures that do not require exposure.