Medical Assembly – 1st Shift


Plymouth, MN

By living according to a common set of values, we create a culture that unifies, embraces the uniqueness we all bring to the company, and positions Integer for long-term success.

At Integer, our values are embedded in everything we do.


We focus on our customers’ success


We create better solutions


We create success together


We always interact with others respectfully


We are open and honest with one another


We do the right things and do things right

This position has completed training and has developed the competencies necessary to perform assembly and
inspection operations and processes. The incumbent seeks out and readily accepts opportunities for cross training
and is expected to follow written procedures to meet production and quality requirements.
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
1. Adheres to Integer values, Behavioral Based Safety process and Integer Associate Quality Policy.
2. Sets up equipment needed for assembly/inspection as per Manufacturing Process Instructions (MPI’s) and
Quality Work Instructions (QWI’s).
3. Understands own tasks and how they relate to others in their team. Works under moderate Supervision where
duties are clearly defined. Will follow Standard Work where applicable.
4. Understands overall production flow within their department.
5. Assembles component parts as per print. Utilizes both manual and automatic machine operation.
6. Visually and/or dimensionally inspects parts and/or completed assemblies for conformance to specifications.
Identifies and escalates quality non-conformances.
7. Completes required Device History Records and other manufacturing documentation per Good Documentation
Practices (GDP)
8. May package assemblies for shipping.
9. Participates in team activities focusing on process/product improvement, problem resolution, and customer
10. Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations
11. Actively participates in “flex break” programs as required.
12. Expands skill base through on the job training, cross training and classroom instruction.
13. Performs other functions as required

Minimum Education: High school graduate or equivalent.
Minimum Experience: 1 year of Greatbatch related work experience and/or 2-4 years light assembly
experience in a regulated industry required; medical device experience preferred.
Specialized Knowledge: Ability to read, comprehend and follow detailed instruction. Must possess the ability to
recognize defects in workmanship. Demonstrate competency in assembly processes.
Special Skills:
Ability to read blueprints preferred. Familiarity with microscopes and measuring devices
preferred. Previous light assembly experience in a regulated industry with Medical
devices preferred. Certification for industry specific assembly requirements such as IPC
soldering standards for the Medical device and Military markets.
Other: Proficient in assembly operations. Work is closely supervised

U.S. Applicants: EOE/AA Disability/Veteran