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Biosense Webster, Inc (BWI), a member of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is recruiting for a Calibration Technician 2 in our Irwindale, CA office.

Hi-Tech meets Medical Devices at Biosense Webster! If you want to work with brilliant people in a fast paced environment, help make a huge difference in patient's lives and want to be responsible for providing the most innovative technology in the field of cardiac electrophysiology, then Biosense Webster is the place for you! Our vision and mission are clear - be #1 in rhythm solutions globally and cure AF (Atrial Fibrillation), the most common heart arrhythmia. Our products are used by prominent physicians around the world and help improve thousands of patient's lives. Simply put, we are a highly innovative entrepreneurial company with a truly global and diverse culture, backed with the support structure of the Johnson & Johnson Corporation - quite a winning combination! Our commitment to quality and our Credo have helped us achieve significant milestones as a company.

Biosense Webster is the world leader in the $2.5 billion worldwide electrophysiology market and our company is in the enviable position of being one of the fastest growing businesses within Johnson & Johnson. We have achieved double digit growth consistently over the last decade and aren't stopping as we look towards the future. Our product portfolio remains strong and further proves we are an innovative leader in cardiac electrophysiology. In order to continue this great growth trajectory, we need to bring on board top talent like you to help fuel our future! Our growth has also enabled a relentless focus on talent development by providing many new opportunities for our employees to expand their knowledge and grow their careers. Our commitment to developing our leaders is unwavering. Our investment in people, technology, and innovation make us one of the best places to work within one of the most admirable corporations in the world.

Under close supervision, the Calibration Technician performs and documents somewhat simple technical functions relating to test, layout, quality control, fabrication, modification and assembly of mechanical equipment and/or components, and will also perform electrical, mechanical, electromechanical, developmental or optical technician duties in such areas as manufacturing, maintenance, quality, testing, engineering, development, where some judgment is required. The Calibration Technician additionally constructs, inspects, calibrates, adjusts, tests and maintains equipment, components, devices and systems.

Under close supervision and in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws/regulations and Corporate Johnson & Johnson, procedures and guidelines, the duties of this position may include: monitoring and documenting manufacturing processes; working with engineers to develop new products and processes; building and testing prototypes; testing and validating new products and/or equipment; maintaining and repairing (when necessary) manufacturing equipment. Other duties of the Calibration Technician include: offering suggestions for improvement in operating time, yields, ergonomics, handling, etc; writing or updating work instructions, part specifications, validation protocols, test reports, service reports, routine reports and correspondence, develop, proof read and update technical documents (ECOs, cPDM); identifying production problems, evaluating, and recommending solutions and methods of improvements; actively supporting Operation's programs of continuous improvement; training associates to manufacturing operations, to certified operations, documentation, and regulatory requirements; providing suggestions on revision/changes to manufacturing documents as appropriate; supporting less experienced manufacturing technicians; performing evaluations for supervisor/engineer with minimal instruction; performing relatively complex inspections utilizing test equipment; auditing workstation practices to ensure compliance; implementing manufacturing efficiency and quality improvements. All employees are responsible for communicating business related issues or opportunities to next management level while ensuring subordinates follow all Company guidelines related to Health, Safety and Environmental practices and that all resources needed to do so are available and in good condition, and are additionally responsible for ensuring personal and Company compliance with all Federal, State, local and Company regulations, policies, and procedures. The Calibration Technician will perform other duties assigned as needed.

Qualified candidates should have good to excellent organizational skills, be thorough and detail oriented, must be able to successfully complete company/department training courses in manufacturing techniques, with an ability to learn regulatory (GMP) requirements. Qualified candidates must be able to work with a minimum of supervision, and posses good to excellent reading, writing and communication skills in the English language. Weekend and overtime work may be required. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may work with a variety of manufacturing equipment and work near moving parts and may be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and risk of electrical shock. Additionally the noise level may be loud in this working environment.


The following experiences are required: minimum High School Diploma or GED equivalent completed; A minimum of 3 years calibration or repair and maintenance of electrical or mechanical equipment; ability to wear special garments when working in a clean room environment; and ability to work 1st shift 6am - 2:30pm.

The following experiences are preferred: AA or AS degree; Experience with mechanical and electrical assembly, GMP experience; Proficiency in Microsoft Office; repairing equipment; Electrical repair background; and mechanical repair background.

Primary Location:North America-United States-California-Irwindale
Organization: Biosense Webster Inc. (6010)
Job Function: Production

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