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Author Topic: Job Opening - Sr. Calibration Technician III position  (Read 2826 times)


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Come join our Calibration Team at Boston Scientific!

At Boston Scientific, we believe that collaboration is the key to developing innovative ideas.  It's that kind of teamwork that leads to tomorrow's medical breakthroughs.  Our Minnesota Cardiovascular Division currently has 2 Senior Calibration Technician positions available in Maple Grove, MN.

We’re looking for calibration technicians with 5+ years of experience working in a medical device setting.  You will test, calibrate and maintain electromechanical, mechanical, optical, pneumatic, hydro mechanical, and pressure-type measuring and indicating instruments to conform to set standards. 

You will possess a 2-year technical degree or have equivalent military (PMEL) training preferred.  Physical/dimensional disciplines in a large scale medical device manufacturing operation desired.  Thorough knowledge of documentation standards and regulations such as GMP, FDA and ISO standards required.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills along with proficiency in MS Word and Excel required. 

If this sounds like a fit for you, please visit our website at www. bostonscientific. com to apply for these opportunities. 


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