Production Technician

The Production Technician I follows blueprints, guidelines and/or diagrams to ensure product specifications and tolerance levels are met. Operates production equipment; responsible for manufacturing and assembly of clinical and commercial products. Being a Production Technician I typically requires an associate’s degree. Maintains required records of production and reports any inconsistencies or equipment issues following standard procedures. In addition, Production Technician I typically reports to a supervisor. Being a Production Technician I gains or has attained full proficiency in a specific area of discipline. Works under moderate supervision. Working as a Production Technician I typically requires 1-3 years of related experience.

Production Technician Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Production Technician to join our team.


  • Collecting, accurately weighing and blending ingredients as per formulation as required with accurate labelling, note taking and record keeping;
  • Follow standard operating procedures;
  • To notify Team Leader/Supervisor/Manager/Quality assurance of any deviations from the process;
  • Assist with packing and despatch;
  • Adherence to all SOPs, PSBRs, EOPs, SMPs and relevant documents;
  • Written work instructions;
  • Complete production records to principles of ALCOA prior to production and quality review;
  • Maintain clean room production facilities to GMP standards and preparation for manufacture;
  • Visual aids;
  • Intent – We hold ourselves accountable for our actions and when it is not working, we fix it;
  • Diagnosing and repairing Faulty RMA’s;
  • Capability – We listen, challenge and continuously improve;
  • Adhering to all H&S procedures;
  • Assist with achieving production targets;
  • Ensuring documentation is kept in order.


  • Able to manage own priorities and workload to achieve targets to deadlines;
  • GMP experience;
  • Operate basic processes and equipment;
  • Experience of working within a successful manufacturing team – ideally involving the assembly or build of electro-mechanical products;
  • Experience of implementing best practise manufacturing techniques;
  • If not experienced in the above, manual dexterity and a practical aptitude is essential;
  • Able to read Circuit Diagrams;
  • Requirements;
  • Great communications skill (Both written and verbal);
  • Able to follow written or verbal instruction and produce high quality results from that instruction;
  • 3-5 year experience in a relevant engineering position in the cable harness industry;
  • Able to solder and rework;
  • Advantages;
  • Sound electro-mechanical assembly skills, you are comfortable with chassis, wiring, PCB installations;
  • A positive “Can do” attitude is imperative.