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LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions Assembler in Charlotte, North Carolina


Currently, we are searching for an Assembler to join our facility located in Charlotte, NC.

Shift: 6am start time end time 2:30pm need to be open to staying late

Pay: $12.50 - $16 P/H DOE

Position Summary:

The Assembler position performs direct manufacturing activities in the production department in support of the department objectives to provide goods and services that meet customer's requirements for quality, quantity, and timeliness.



  • Responsible to follow Medical Murray Quality system, including all applicable SOP's included in the Training Matrix

  • Maintain good working relationships with other co-workers, act as an example when conflicts occur

  • Work with little supervision and complete assignments accurately and in a timely manner

  • Maintain confidential information, in accordance with Company policy

  • Adherence to safety requirements

Assembly Responsibilities-

  • Follow released documents to produce the product, notify the supervisor if a conflict is observed

  • Produce components, subassemblies or final assemblies with minimal supervision

  • Follow in-line checks to verify work performed, utilize hand tools as required, such as calipers and rulers

  • Perform in-line product testing on subassembly and finished products

  • Awareness of quality requirements; identify defects and communicate defects to supervisor and/or engineer for the product through the use of the reject log or direct communication

  • Operate a variety of simple and complex equipment such as an adhesive dispenser, UV cure, vertical shrinker, braider, tipping machines, and molding equipment

  • Keep track of materials, tools and procedures as the device are manufactured

Documentation and Line Clearance-

  • Prepare station and perform line clearance, including all items identified in the line clearance procedure; ensure daily line clearance is completed for each operation performed

  • Confirm training is current before starting work and that procedure is understood, notify a supervisor if a conflict occurs

  • Perform daily, weekly and monthly CER cleaning for individual stations

  • Completely and accurately fill in LHRs or forms in support of manufacturing

Provide job training support to coworkers, as directed-

  • Inform lead or supervisor of issues or unanticipated non-conformances (e.g. calibration out of date, expired material, high scrap rate); stop line as necessary

  • Advise supervisor in the event of needed tool or equipment repairs

  • Assists in other work-related areas as required


  • Good work ethic, reliable and punctual

  • Gets along with diverse personalities, tactful and mature

  • Demonstrated good judgment

  • Works on a variety of tasks on a daily, weekly or monthly basis

  • Vocational High School Diploma or equivalent experience

  • Minimum 2 years of manufacturing experience, medical device experience preferred


  • Skilled in multiple relevant processes (3 or more) or product lines

  • Good ability to communicate (read, write, speak) in English

  • Ability to record results, input data into a computerized system

  • Good hand to eye coordination and manual dexterity

  • Ability to monitor own work to ensure quality

  • Able to work under a microscope

  • Have a good basic level of mechanical ability

  • Ability to use a variety of measurement tools, such as rulers and calipers

  • Ability to use a variety of hand tools such as tweezers, razor blade, scalpel, wire cutter, clippers, needle nose pliers, screwdriver and Allen wrenches

  • Ability to use a variety of assembly equipment such as lab oven, glue dispenser, heat gun, and soldering iron

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  • Call us at888.888.7195 (tel:888-888-7195) , Press Option 2 for a Recruiting Specialist.

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Job LocationsUS-NC-Charlotte


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