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Mountain Manufacturing is a growing Medical Device component manufacturing company located in Lino Lakes, MN. Due to our growth, we are looking to add a 2nd Shift and are in need of Lathe/Mill-Turn Machine Operators to add to our production team.

Work schedule: 3:30pm-1:30am M-TH (4-10’s)

POSITION SUMMARY:

As the machine operator, the successful candidate will be a highly skilled professional, with excellent attention to detail and mechanical aptitude with experience operating Mazak 100, 200 and Integrex work centers.

CNC machine operators oversee our computer numeric controlled (CNC) machines. You will be responsible for ensuring our company produces quality parts and tools specific to engineering drawings and client standards by using existing programs and utilizing precision measuring instruments to inspect work.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES:

  • Under the guidance of the department Machinist/Programmer, operate basic of specialized machine tools used to perform precision machining operations as assigned.
  • Strive for continuous improvement and work with high product integrity and be dedicated to act in accordance with the company’s safety and quality policies.
  • Consult with Lathe/Mill-Turn Machinist/Programmer concerning new/challenging product design and tooling needs to ensure efficient production methods.
  • Manufacture product to customer and industry standards and specifications.
  • Perform measurements and visual inspection checks on products, to detect malfunctions, aid in the troubleshooting process, and be aware of worn tools.
  • Calculate basic dimensions and/or tolerances.
  • Keep tools and work area clean and work centers in good operating conditions.
  • Other duties as assigned by Management.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Basic ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure instructions.
  • Basic measurement of close tolerances.
  • Basic usage and understanding of inspection tools and interpretation of blueprints.
  • Mechanical and mathematical knowledge.

SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, ETC:

  • Ability to use appropriate inspection methods, documentation practices, and utilize prevention/detection methods for every manufacturing task.
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Mechanical aptitude and good understanding of fundamental math.
  • The ability to perform mathematical calculations.
  • Basic understanding of computer programming and CAD/CAM software.
  • Ability to comply with safety guidelines.
  • Strong problem-solving and multi-tasking skills.
  • Effective writing and communication skills.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to prioritize work independently and establish goals and objectives with little or no supervision.
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As a medical device manufacturer, we must strive for perfection, in doing so we recognize that A+ talent is needed to meet the requirement of our medical customers.

Mountain Manufacturing is a full-service sub-contract medical device component manufacturer whose core competencies include Swiss turning, 5 Axis Milling,  Multi-Axis Mill-Turn capabilities and EDM capabilities.

We’re hiring a 1st shift, full time, Quality Control Inspector of medical device components to help achieve our mission of providing our customers with superior products.

It is our goal to develop personnel who can help us fulfill our mission by understanding the requirements and supporting the execution of exceeding our customers’ expectations. 

POSITION SUMMARY

Conduct dimensional and visual inspections as required by component drawings, manufacturing instructions, and/or test instructions.

Perform 1st Article, In-Process and Final Inspections for components, sub-assembly, and final product release to the customer including approval of all defined requirements and documentation to release parts/components.

Complete records of inspection and test data as specified by written instructions and procedures.

Identify any potential non-conformance caused by parts that fail specifications or requirements and take appropriate action per procedural requirements. Review and approve certification of conformance and certification of analysis.

Inform the production team about quality control concerns to improve quality of the product and promote continuous improvement.

Provide Quality support to key processes and product development/improvement projects.

Support other functional area as needed.

Other tasks and duties as assigned.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

5 years’ experience working in medical device inspection, or related tight tolerance field.

Proficient in the utilization of hard gaging measuring equipment and vision systems including microscopes.

Greater understanding of the capability of measuring tools.

Experienced with engineering drawings and inspection requirements, for a wide range of complexities and compliances.

Confident and open personality who can communicate effectively, both written and orally with people at all levels.

CMM experience is a plus!

Good math and technical skills.

Strong understanding of quality control standards and testing techniques.

Positive and cooperative communications and collaboration with all levels of employees, customers, contractors, and vendors.

Knowledge of Quality Systems, FDA regulations, ISO 13485 and applicable worldwide regulatory requirements.

Multitasks, prioritizes, and meets deadlines in timely manner.

Strong organizational and follow-up skills, as well as attention to detail.

Ability to maintain regular and predictable attendance.

Skilled in product material specifications and the ability understand the print requirements.

BENEFITS

Mountain Manufacturing offers competitive wages and an extensive benefits package including:

Health Insurance (Employer pays 60% of premiums for Health Insurance)

Dental

Vision

Life Insurance

Short-Term Disability Vision

Accident and Critical Care policies

We also offer PTO and paid holidays

4% Employer Safe Harbor match (dollar-for-dollar) 401k contributions.

We are willing to train and advance the careers of any candidates who show potential!

Halar Coating Specialists - Mountain Manufacturing Technologies Inc White Logo

As a medical device manufacturer, we must strive for perfection, in doing so we recognize that A+ talent is needed to meet the requirement of our medical customers.

Mountain Manufacturing is a full-service sub-contract medical device component manufacturer whose core competencies include Swiss turning, 5 Axis Milling,  Multi-Axis Mill-Turn capabilities and EDM capabilities.

We’re hiring a 1st shift, full time, Production Quality Control Inspector of medical device components to help achieve our mission of providing our customers with superior products.

It is our goal to develop personnel who can help us fulfill our mission by understanding the requirements and supporting the execution of exceeding our customers’ expectations.

POSITION SUMMARY

Become an expert in the area of inspection for long production runs for the company.

Supervise and monitor production runs by conducting dimensional and visual inspections as required by component drawings, manufacturing instructions, and/or test instructions, including 1st Article and In-Process activities.

Train and supervise Quality Technicians to support the inspection requirements for the company’s long production runs.

Complete records of inspection and test data as specified by written instructions and procedures.

Identify any potential non-conformance caused by parts that fail specifications or requirements and take appropriate action per procedural requirements. Review and approve certification of conformance and certification of analysis.

Inform the production team about quality control concerns to improve quality of the product and promote continuous improvement.

Provide Quality support to key processes and product development/improvement projects.

Support other functional area as needed.

Other tasks and duties as assigned.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

2+ years’ experience working in medical device inspection, or related tight tolerance field.

Proficient in the utilization of hard gaging measuring equipment and vision systems including microscopes.

Greater understanding of the capability of measuring tools.

Experienced with engineering drawings and inspection requirements, for a wide range of complexities and compliances.

Confident and open personality who can communicate effectively, both written and orally with people at all levels.

CMM experience is a plus!

Good math and technical skills.

Strong understanding of quality control standards and testing techniques.

Positive and cooperative communications and collaboration with all levels of employees, customers, contractors, and vendors.

Knowledge of Quality Systems, FDA regulations, ISO 13485 and applicable worldwide regulatory requirements.

Multitasks, prioritizes, and meets deadlines in timely manner.

Strong organizational and follow-up skills, as well as attention to detail.

Ability to maintain regular and predictable attendance.

Skilled in product material specifications and the ability understand the print requirements.

BENEFITS

Mountain Manufacturing offers competitive wages and an extensive benefits package including:

Health Insurance (Employer pays 60% of premiums for Health Insurance)

Dental

Vision

Life Insurance

Short-Term Disability Vision

Accident and Critical Care policies

We also offer PTO and paid holidays

4% Employer Safe Harbor match (dollar-for-dollar) 401k contributions.

We are willing to train and advance the careers of any candidates who show potential!

Halar Coating Specialists - Mountain Manufacturing Technologies Inc White Logo

As a medical device manufacturer, we must strive for perfection, in doing so we recognize that A+ talent is needed to meet the requirement of our medical customers.

Mountain Manufacturing is a full-service sub-contract medical device component manufacturer whose core competencies include Swiss turning, 5 Axis Milling, Multi-Axis Mill-Turn capabilities and EDM capabilities.

We’re hiring full-time, 1st shift EDM Specialist/Programmer to help achieve our mission of providing our customers with superior products that exceed their expectations. This requires us to develop personnel to support customer needs from a range of production processes including high-volume production to rapid product development while using the shortest lead-time.

We are willing to pay top dollar for individuals who can think outside the box and strive for perfection beyond making a part to print.

Ideal candidates will have 5+ years’ experience in the medical device component or related tight tolerance industry with a track record of having excellent workmanship standards.

The EDM department currently includes Sinker, Wire, and Drilling work centers. Those who show potential will be trained and advanced in their careers!

JOB DESCRIPTION

Our EDM specialists perform a role that consists of a variety of tasks that are vital to the medical device component manufacturing process. It requires highly skilled hands-on machining capability and excellent planning/communication skills to ensure that the many components going through the EDM process come together in the designated timeline so that the customer due date is hit.

  • Work from CAD files, engineering drawings, sketches and or verbal instructions to perform highly diversified hands-on machining operations to specifications.
  • Create and edit complex programs using CAD/CAM systems (Esprit/MasterCam), machine controllers and conversational programming including troubleshooting.
  • Meet production rates, scrap, quality, and safety requirements, by performing multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Use measurement and analytical skills to accurately measure in-process inspection and document results by using a wide variety of precision measuring instruments to assure high quality levels in component machining.
  • Make accurate machining adjustments to a variety of machining process to yield a conforming part.
  • Knowledge of machine shop practices, elementary mechanics, machining methods, cutting qualities of materials.
  • Ability to work to +/-.0001”
  • Interface with CNC machinists/programmers, polishers, QC Inspection, and other personnel to assist in the routing, planning, work instructions, problem solving, and expediting of components.
  • Train, guide, and monitor others as requested by the Operations Manager.
  • Keep area and equipment clean and in excellent running condition.
  • Participate in continuous improvements efforts to improve shop operations.
  • Follow systems processes for job tracking and recording.
  • Report all non-conformance conditions per company procedures.
  • Willingness to work between machining processes as needed (other duties as assigned).

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

  • Machinist/Machine Tool certificate, and/or a minimum 5 years of EDM experience with Mitsubishi work centers.
  • In-process inspection of parts using inspection tooling such as micrometer, caliper, gage- pins, vision systems (micro vu & optical comparator) etc.
  • Ability to run multiple machines and manage time independently.
  • Experience with or formal training in AutoCAD programming (ESPRIT / MasterCam) or equivalent experience to be proficient is preferred but will accept applicants without.
  • General knowledge of Solidworks software.
  • Proficient in mathematical concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and measurement and the ability to apply them to daily activities (machining, inspection, troubleshooting etc.).
  • Implement “outside the box” process improvements.
  • Skillful understanding of inspection tools and blueprint interpretation.
  • Experience with training and managing team members is a plus.
  • Effective writing and communication skills.
  • Close attention to accuracy and detailed oriented.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to prioritize work independently and establish goals and objectives with little or no supervision.
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Position Summary

The Document Control Coordinator will ensure that the documents are properly controlled in compliance with company procedures and regulatory requirements.  The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring released documents are accurate and complete.   The Coordinator is responsible for the change control process, document distribution, archiving and retrieving.  As a part of Document Control, the Coordinator is also responsible for training documentation.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Follow and work in accordance with company policies and procedures to ensure Quality System and regulatory requirements are met in an ethical manner.

  • Meet commitments on time with accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Maintain, update and archive company documents and records in accordance with company procedures; coordinate the preparation, approval and implementation of these documents as well as archiving and retrieving as needed.
  • Maintain security, order and cleanliness of document control area and documentation files.
  • Maintain current knowledge base of existing and emerging regulations, standards, or guidance documents. Provide interpretive assistance, to all departments, regarding these documents.
  • Write and/or edit procedures, work instructions, or policies to ensure compliance with current Quality System and regulatory requirements.
  • Ensure accuracy of redlines and documentation associated with document change process.
  • Assist with training and support organization in the proper use of Word, Excel, and other document related software to ensure proper document formatting and consistency in documentation within the company.
  • Monitor external standards that are used within the organization and ensure new revisions are reviewed and maintained within the organization.
  • Manage document archival and retrieval services. This includes services to confidentially shred company documents and provide off site storage.
  • System administrator for training database maintaining training documentation to ensure evidence of meeting training requirements is readily available.
  • Participate in internal, external, or supplier quality audits, providing timely retrieval of all requested controlled documents.
  • Assist with the maintenance of the Quality Metrics. Provide support as needed for metrics in Management Review.
  • Other Document control duties as assigned

Non-Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Acts as a consultant for areas related to his/her expertise.
  • Participate and assist as a part of the Internal Audit team as required.
  • Other duties as assigned, verbal and written.

Qualifications

  • Zero to five years of experience working in a regulated industry, such as medical devices or aerospace.
  • High School Diploma
  • Proficient with Microsoft office software, especially Excel and Word.
  • Some knowledge of FDA Quality System Regulation (QSR), ISO 13485:2106, and associated standards preferred.
  • Some experience with inspection equipment and methods preferred.

Skills & Abilities

  • A technical degree or equivalent in experience is required, with preference to those with some administrative or project management background.
  • Team player with flexible attitude and ability to prioritize workload and handle multiple tasks/deadlines within a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to adhere to all processes and procedures.
  • Highly organized, attention to detail, self-directed, self-motivated.
  • Some technical writing experience.
  • Experience formatting documents in MS Word, managing information and data in Excel spreadsheets, and summarizing and presenting information and data in MS Power Point.
  • Ability to write and comprehend instructions, short correspondence, and memos in English. (Spanish is a plus.)
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all members of the company from most senior management to production line employees.
  • Ability to solve practical problems.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines.
  • Some knowledge of production and inspection processes is desired, including knowledge of good manufacturing and good documentation practices.
  • Motivating, proactive and having ability to promote / create a positive and productive work environment.
  • Have conciliatory skills in human conflicts.
  • Experience with writing procedures or policies.
  • Familiar with a Quality Management System (such as ISO 13485:2016) or other regulated environment.

COMPUTER SKILLS:
Good working knowledge in navigation and use of the Windows operating system in a networked environment.
Strong understanding on the use of some Microsoft Office Tools such as: Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point.
Basic knowledge to read and interpret charts, graphs and tables of information.
Aptitude to learn new software applications.

Physical Requirements

  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to be sitting, walking and use hands and fingers, handle or feel, frequently required to talk or hear, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel and crouch.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, (vision 20/20 is a plus).
  • Ability to use special protection devices for ears and eyes at the same as gloves for hands where deemed necessary.

Notes

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all skills, duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with this position. While this list is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, the company reserves the right to revise the functions and duties of the job or to require that additional or different tasks be performed when circumstances change. Employees are held accountable for all duties of position.

Halar Coating Specialists - Mountain Manufacturing Technologies Inc White Logo

As a medical device manufacturer, we must strive for perfection, in doing so we recognize that A+ talent is needed to meet the requirement of our medical customers.

Mountain Manufacturing is a full-service sub-contract medical device component manufacturer whose core competencies include Swiss turning, 5 Axis Milling,  Multi-Axis Mill-Turn capabilities and EDM capabilities.

We’re hiring a 1st shift, full time, Associate Manufacturing Engineer to help achieve our mission of providing our customers with superior products.

It is our goal to develop personnel who can help us fulfill our mission by understanding the requirements and supporting the execution of exceeding our customers’ expectations.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Provide solutions, support, and information in a manner that builds trust, confidence, and long-term business relationships with our customers and vendors.

Send quotations, processes POs, provide delivery updates, and manages various aspects of order processing and production operation by following the companies documented quality systems and processes.

Perform Contract Review process and develop a firm understanding of all sales orders requirements and identify customer needs including effectively communicating and resolve any discrepancies.

Process sales orders that meet or exceed the customers’ expectations by working with the Engineering team to establish manufacturing processes, create and maintain Job Travelers, including identifying and communicating critical product characteristics.

Bid out, order, and maintain vendor materials and services.  Build relationships with approved suppliers. Initiate, process and track internal Purchase Orders to suppliers and address any potential issues non-conformances with the Quality Team.

Prioritize work load and complete assigned duties efficiently and with adherence to deadlines.

Handle customer complaints by working with management and quality control to analyze information and evaluate the results to choose the best solution.

Qualifications:

Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods.

Understanding of design techniques, tools, and principals involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models.

Ability to read basic blueprints including notes/material/surface treatments etc. in addition to comprehension of basic dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T)

Essential math skills: Arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and their applications.

Familiarity with CNC machines and tools, including their designs and uses.

Ability to provide excellent customer service, including understanding customer needs, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.

All candidates must demonstrate a high degree of confidentiality and business common sense.

MMT employees are required to have regular and punctual attendance.

Strong organization skills and possess the ability to switch focus quickly when needed and work on multiple projects at the same time.

Enjoy working in a fast-paced environment, able to act with a sense of urgency and adhere to set deadlines

Can-do attitude, self-motivated, result oriented, and a well-developed sense of drive to work independently and meet deadlines

Halar Coating Specialists - Mountain Manufacturing Technologies Inc White Logo

As a medical device manufacturer, we must strive for perfection, in doing so we recognize that A+ talent is needed to meet the requirement of our medical customers.

Mountain Manufacturing is a full-service sub-contract medical device component manufacturer whose core competencies include Swiss turning, 5 Axis Milling,  Multi-Axis Mill-Turn capabilities and EDM capabilities.

We’re hiring full-time, 1st shift CNC 5 Axis Swiss Programmer/Machinist to help achieve our mission of providing our customers with superior products that exceed their expectations. This requires us to develop personnel to support customer needs from a range of production processes including high-volume production to rapid product development while using the shortest lead-time.

We are willing to pay top dollar for individuals who can think outside the box and strive for perfection beyond making a part to print.

Ideal candidates will have 5+ years’ experience in the medical device component or related tight tolerance industry with a track record of having excellent workmanship standards.

JOB DESCRIPTION

The ideal candidate will have the ability to program medical components with tolerances up to +/-.0001 using GIBBS CAM and/or MasterCam software.

Read and interpret customer-supplied blueprints, internal work instructions, and job processing travelers.

Set-up and/or assist operators with the set-up of Hass Milling Machines.

Machine and/or assist operators with the machining process to produce precision machined parts for the medical device industry including troubleshooting programs, monitoring tooling wear, etc.

In-Process inspection of parts and monitoring of processes to ensure parts adhere to Mountain Manufacturing’s workmanship standards and exceed customer expectations.

Multitask; Work on several projects at the same time without losing the ability to complete them on time and within customer specifications.

Maintain quality and safety records, including monthly preventive maintenance of equipment.

Adhere to and promote quality assurance procedures and processes.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

High school diploma or equivalent.

5+ years’ experience with programming in the medical device component or related tight tolerance industry.

Advanced ability to read and interpret documents such as customer supplied Cad files, blueprints, safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions, and procedure guidelines.

Basic measurement of close tolerances.

Knowledgeable in the usage and understanding of inspection tools and GD&T print specifications and how they are applied.

Mechanical and mathematical knowledge a plus!

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS

Technical mathematics skills required.

CAD/CAM software experience (GiBBS/MasterCam)

Skilled experience in complex component manufacturing processes.

Greater understanding of machine control management, including awareness of all standard machine code terminology and usage.

Proficient understanding of engineering drawings for a wide range of complexities and compliances, including the interpretation of GD&T specifications.

Computer skills to support program management & file management.

Understanding of cutting tool technology and terminology.

Proficient in the utilization of hard gaging measuring equipment and vision systems including microscopes.

Confident and open personality who can communicate effectively, both written and orally with people at all levels.

Positive and cooperative communications and collaboration with all levels of employees, customers, contractors, and vendors.

Knowledge of Quality Systems; FDA regulations and ISO requirements.

Multitasks, prioritizes, and meets deadlines in timely manner.

Strong organizational and follow-up skills, as well as attention to detail.

Ability to maintain regular and predictable attendance.

BENEFITS

Mountain Manufacturing offers competitive wages and an extensive benefits package including:

Health Insurance (Employer pays 60% of premiums for Health Insurance)

Dental

Vision

Life Insurance

Short-Term Disability Vision

Accident and Critical Care policies

We also offer PTO and paid holidays

4% Employer Safe Harbor match (dollar-for-dollar) 401k contributions.

We are willing to train and advance the careers of any candidates who show potential!

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