Quadion LLC / Minnesota Rubber & Plastics Medical Secondary Operations - 1st Shift in Litchfield, Minnesota
Quadion LLC/ Minnesota Rubber and Plastics is a world leader in the material compound development, engineering design and manufacturing of custom molded elastomeric and thermoplastic components and assemblies. Our global reputation for producing “the tough parts,” is matched by our commitment to quality, product performance and service support. It is likely you come in contact with our parts in your daily life without even knowing it. From the faucet in your home, transmission in your car or the medical device that may have saved your life, Minnesota Rubber and Plastics provides the critical sealing components to make these products perform the way you expect. We take pride in this everyday.
This position assists in the overall optimization of rubber, plastic, and liquid silicone processing and supports basic manufacturing operator functions at all levels of the process. Team members are responsible for maintaining a safe and clean work environment and support all initiatives of operations and quality systems to ensure customer quality and delivery requirements are met.
5 day/8 hour schedule OR 4 day/10 hour schedule
Conducts basic to complex inspection and measurements of parts to assure quality meets and exceeds customer and internal standards.
Performs insert preparation, repair, deflash, and cleaning of medical over molded products.
Performs Clean Room operations including measurements of air quality per customer requirements.
Operates equipment such as deflash machines, washers and ovens to meet customer requirements for physical, chemical, and visual attributes.
Ensure efficient operation of the vision machines through proper loading and processing of parts.
Performs all necessary assembly of products according to work instructions using a variety of tools and machines.
Identifies and recommends efficiency, productivity, and quality process improvements.
Perform basic troubleshooting to solve operational problems and minimize machine downtime and performance issues.
Documents actions according to procedures and work instructions and transacts proper information in computer database.
Provides feedback to leadership on machine performance, operational issues, and opportunities for improvements.
Performs other duties as assigned to support company values and objectives.
High School Diploma/GED preferred.
Ability to continuously stand, walk, or sit.
Ability to bend, squat, and lift frequently.
Ability to lift up to 40 pounds.
Medical, dental, and disability benefits
Healthcare and dependent care FSA and HSA programs
Team shares/bonus/incentive opportunity
Paid Time Off
Reward and recognition programs
Training and development
401(k) retirement savings plan with company match
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)