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Production Associate

Full Time

Website Medline Medline ReNewal

Come join our team at Medline ReNewal in Redmond, Oregon! Great place to work and offers employee-friendly perks and benefits.  To learn more about us, check out this video on YouTube!

We are now hiring for a DVT Technician! A DVT Technician at Medline ReNewal is responsible for all stages of reprocessing compression sleeves and tourniquets in the Redmond, Oregon facility. All work performed must comply with Medline ReNewal’s standard operating procedures as well as FDA guidelines to ensure patient safety. DVT Technicians will sort, clean, dry and test devices then package, seal and prepare for shipment. The reprocessing of compression sleeve and tourniquets is a large part of the business model of Medline ReNewal and keeps the 3 work teams busy 7 days a week.

Essential Functions of the Job:

  • Open boxes to remove DVT laundry bags, stacking on rack system and breaking down and recycling boxes
  • Sort and count devices, placing plugs on connection tubes before washing and remove after washing to prevent moisture from entering air inflation units
  • Place compression sleeves and tourniquets into washing machines and washing to company standards
  • Remove compression sleeves and tourniquets from washing machines when cycles are complete and loading them into bins to transport into the work area
  • Place sleeves and tourniquets into appropriate drying machine and removing them once complete
  • Use pressurized air to test air chambers in compression sleeves or tourniquets to ensure proper working order, marking and tagging as appropriate
  • Use of lint roller to remove any residue or particles remaining after washing and drying of devices
  • Folding, packaging, labeling and sealing the packages of compression sleeves and tourniquets, confirming devices are accurate according to labels
  • Inspect the seal of the packaging, double checking that the device in the package matches label description
  • Preparing boxes, placing devices in the boxes and scanning to track devices, closing/sealing boxes, labeling boxes, then stacking on a pallet and transporting to warehouse
  • Other duties may be assigned

Here’s some highlights of what we have to offer:

  • Set 40-hour Weekly Schedules with Consistent Work Hours
  • Climate Controlled Environment
  • Company Paid Scrubs (uniforms)
  • 3 Choices of Medical Insurance Coverage
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Flex Spending Programs
  • 401k with Company Match
  • Company Paid Life Insurance
  • Company Paid Short and Long-Term Disability
  • Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick, Holidays)
  • Onsite “Mini-Market”
  • Monthly Employee Treats and Lunches
  • Tuition Reimbursement Program
  • Gym Membership Reimbursement Program
  • Incredible Employee Discounts on Medical Products

Required Qualifications:

  • Must be able to communicate in basic English with management and co-workers (Speak and basic reading ability required)
  • Sit or stand for 10-12 hour shifts with appropriate meal and rest breaks
  • Work in a room with washing machines, dryers, racks, tables, and limited room for movement
  • Work in a room with continuous moderate to high level of noise
  • Lift, push, or pull batches of devices averaging 50 lbs up to 50 times per day
  • Perform repetitive tasks, some of which are small motion tasks through the entire shift
  • Focused and detail oriented to be able to identify product discrepancies or flaws and take appropriate action

Preferred Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Any prior work experience in a manufacturing role is preferred
  • NCRC Silver Certification or Better

To apply for this job please visit medline.taleo.net.

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