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Type: Standard

Location: Kennewick

Starts: Jul. 1, 2021

$ Paid
 Full Time
 Part Time

Description

Cadwell Industries began with the design of the world’s first microprocessor-controlled EMG instrument,  and now offers neurodiagnostic and electrodiagnostic (EDX)  medical equipment,  and supplies and accessories for EMG,  EEG,  IONM,  and PSG. Cadwell is proud to design,  source,  manufacture and support our American-made neurodiagnostic solutions.  Today,  we employ more than 110 people at our Kennewick headquarters,  who contribute to research,  hardware and software design,  assembly,  marketing,  distribution,  sales support,  and customer support.  We also have a network of sales and support representatives in the USA,  and a growing international team based in China,  Singapore,  and the Netherlands.

The Manufacturing Intern is responsible for completing specific Cadwell sub-assemblies and final assemblies per documented specifications. The Intern position is a hands-on role.  Regular tasks,  assistance,  projects,  and special assignments may be part of your work experience.  Quality and productivity standards are critical requirements of the position.  This position is located at company headquarters in Kennewick,  WA.

Responsibilities

  • Perform bench processes following documented specifications to complete assembly of assigned Cadwell sub-assemblies and final assemblies,  using hand tools and electronic tooling
  • Construct and test cables to documented specifications
  • Program and test circuit boards to documented specifications
  • Maintain paper and electronic quality and materials records as required
  • Report defective materials,  and any actions or conditions not aligned to department standard processes to department manager
  • Maintain work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition,  and follow prescribed safety procedures and regulations
  • Perform preventive maintenance on equipment as required per P.M.  charts
  • Perform other duties as requested,  directed,  or assigned

Qualifications

  • Current pursuit of Associate or Bachelor’s degree in electronics,  engineering or related field required
  • Relevant previous experience either in class lab environment,  home hobby,  or work environment required

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