Associate Repair Technician, 1st Shift (6am-2:30pm -H) - 29995BR - EN in Kalamazoo, MI at Stryker Corporation

Date Posted: 6/16/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Basic Function:
Under little to no supervision, builds, repairs, and/or tests a wide range of electrical/electronic, and/or precision mechanical equipment in a bench work station environment.

Responsibilities:
• Will repair, and test a variety of new and older products using standard and/or non-standard tools, equipment and
procedures.
• Will work from engineering schematics and/or follow documented assembly procedures.
• May work from verbal instructions.
• Will work on precision repairs involving a considerable number of details and independent judgement.
• Will be required to comply with documentation procedures.
• Will be able to clean product thoroughly.
• Will learn and follow proper IPC soldering technique
• Will follow all Guidance documents and Task Instructions.
• Follow proper Electro Static Discharge and Loctite application procedures.

Mental Requirements:
• Must be able to follow and explain detailed instructions and inspection procedures.
• Must be able to complete detailed documentation accurately.
• Must be able to observe and correct minute inconsistencies.
• Must be able to analyze and correct routine product issues using standard procedures.
• Must be able to communicate non-routine, complex problems or defects.
• Must be able to ADAPT positively to change, and manage stressful situations
• Excellent written/verbal communication (especially given the tech comment expectations for FAP).
• Sharp attention to detail.
• Interest in understanding the metrics that run the Service Business (preferred).
• High integrity.
• Ability to identify and communicate opportunities regarding process improvements
• Must be self motivated, able to thrive in a team environment and working individually.
• Positive and upbeat demeanor.

Job Requirements

Qualifications/Work Experience Preferred:
• Basic writing skills.
• Blueprint/schematic reading.
• Ability to operate small hand tools (e.g.pliers, screwdriver, hammer, wrench, etc.) Power tools, and test equipment.
• Basic math and measuring skills.
• Demonstrated mechanical/electrical problem solving.
• Ability to trouble shoots complex product problems using independent judgement.
• Understanding of various complex product repairs.
• Previous experience in-group problem solving.
• Previous manufacturing experience preferred but not required

Education/Special Training Required:
• High School Diploma or GED

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