Healthcare Integrated Supply Chain
The production associate may have responsibilities including manufacturing, assembly, system and final testing, packaging and shipping of products.
Reads and follows work procedures and schematics or receives verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed
Performing system / product tests
Performs manufacturing/assembly operations and various tasks following procedures, bills of materials, work instructions, and process aid sheets
Maintains daily production output
Follows all EHS and Quality policies and procedures
May participate in quality control inspections
Works with team lead, engineers, supervisors, and managers to improve quality and process efficiency
Other duties as assigned, and may be asked to be included in quality activities, training sessions, and employee activity teams
Comply with EHS regulations and policies
High School Diploma
2 or more years of experience from system- and/or product testing
Ability to read and communicate fluently in English
Good skills in PC and Office programs like word and excel
Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position
Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required
Knowledge and understanding of production process, work instructions and operates within them to ensure that a device conforms to its specification.
Demonstrated ability to detail and quality-minded work habits
Excellent teamwork and communication skills
2 or more years of technical education
Certificate of apprenticeship
2 or more years of related manufacturing experience
GEVU is the world’s number one supplier of diagnostic ultrasound equipment. GEVU is taking a lead in developing Digital solutions integrating deep learning, cloud computing and smart devices with and within the ultrasound scanners. It is based in Norway with offices in Horten, Oslo and Trondheim. More than 60 PhD theses have been published in Norway alone, based on work related to development and use of equipment from GEVU.