Machinist B - Nova Biomedical - Benjamin Franklin Institute Of Technology

Machinist B - Nova Biomedical

Ref No:18411241-2148-2269
Published Date:12 Jun 2018

Company Profile:

Incorporated in 1976 and based in Waltham, MA, Nova Biomedical is a world leader in the development and manufacturing of state-of-the-art, whole blood, point-of-care and critical care analyzers, as well as providing the biotechnology industry with the most advanced instruments for cell culture monitoring. Nova is one of the fastest growing in vitro diagnostic companies in the world. Nova’s biosensor technology is incorporated in products ranging from handheld meters for glucose self- and point-of-care testing to critical care whole blood analyzers designed for rapid measurement of over 20 analytes. Nova’s biotechnology-specific BioProfile line has pioneered comprehensive cell culture testing, providing over 20 critical cell culture tests with over 12 unique instrument offerings for broad range of cell culture applications. Nova employs over 1,200 people worldwide and has wholly owned subsidiaries located in Brazil, Canada, Great Britain, Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Japan, and Taiwan. Certified by the International Organization for Standardization, Nova has manufacturing operations located in the U.S., Taiwan, and Brazil.

Description of Duties:

The Machinist B in our Model Shop is responsible for the operation and set up of all manual and automated equipment in the shop. Essential Responsibilities include: the ability to set up all shop equipment including the Manual Milling, Lathe and Surface Grinder; the set-up, maintenance, and operation of CNC Millers and Lathes (including tool offsets and editing of CNC programs); assuming responsibility for part quality and performing dimensional inspections while meeting set time standards. Ability to interact with Research & Development Mechanical and Design Engineers.

Required Qualifications:

Requirements: High School or Technical School graduate with 3-5 years Machine Shop experience. Must be proficient with all shop measuring tools and ability to read/understand part drawings. Ability to read, write and comprehend English and follow written/verbal instructions. Must be able to perform basic math and have a working knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM.

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