908 Devices Inc. has developed an innovative suite of purpose-built handheld and desktop mass spectrometry, or Mass Spec, devices for the point-of-need. Leveraging our proprietary platform technology, we make the extraordinary analytical power of Mass Spec available in devices that are significantly smaller and more accessible than conventional laboratory instruments. Our Mass Spec devices are used at the point-of-need to interrogate unknown and invisible materials and provide quick, actionable answers to directly address some of the most critical problems in life sciences research, bioprocessing, industrial biotech, forensics, and adjacent markets.
908 Devices is headquartered in Boston, MA, near the Seaport and has a satellite office in North Carolina and a growing population of remote staff worldwide
Your primary responsibility will be assembly and testing of our Life Science products. This will include production testing of both subassembly and top-level assemblies using custom software, data entry and preparation of test reports, and building of complex assemblies by following defined procedures and work instructions. The position will also require some visual inspection and quality assurance sampling measurements. You will also work with the New Production Introduction (NPI) team to trouble-shoot production issues and assist in continuous improvement of assembly and test processes.
We strongly value hard work, focus and attention to detail, and we foster an extremely collaborative environment, but also seek candidates able to work effectively with minimal supervision. This position is 40 hours per week, located in Boston, MA
Desired Skills & Experience:
· Education Level Associates Degree in Mechanical/Electrical Technology or similar preferred.
· 3-5 years of experience in manufacturing of electronic, mechanical or optical assemblies.
· Previous experience in a clean room environment would be an asset, as well as experience transitioning from prototype to volume manufacturing.
· Ability to follow detailed work instructions and handle miniaturized components.
· Good manual dexterity, organization, and high attention to detail.
· Experience in use of micro-assembly, thermal epoxy bonding, soldering of components.
· Previous experience with vacuum pumps, chambers, ovens is a plus.
· Experience with using basic electro-mechanical lab equipment such as digital multi-meter, oscilloscopes, power supplies, stereo/measuring microscopes, micrometers, torque tools and pin gauges.
· Hard working, high energy and able to work independently.
· Computer literate. Must be able to use electronic documents and fill in electronic records.
· Good verbal and written communication skills.
· Strong initiative, teamwork, and time management skills.
· U.S. citizenship or permanent residency is required.