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CAD Technician/Designer I

POSITION DESCRIPTION
This exciting position is for the CAD Technician/Designer I who wants to broaden their skills and take on diverse responsibilities as part of a fast-growing advanced medical technology company that will impact millions of lives. In this capacity, the role of the CAD Technician/Designer I is to work closely with production & manufacturing, manufacturing engineering, and operations in providing a key component of the product lifecycle management on all production cases.  The ideal candidate will be part of the production process creating patient specific virtual setup(s) per company standards and guideline requirements.  Each virtual setup is a customized accordingly to each patient; attention to detail is a must.  In addition, the candidate will also support engineering in aspect of creating assembly drawings, standard drawings, and models.  Knowledge in 3D printing technology is a plus.  

 

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Creates and/or revisions of 3D models and assembly drawings.
  • Creates patient specific models and proofing per established guidelines and requirements.
  • 3D print models as required.
  • Familiarity with ANSI Y14.5 drafting standards. 
  • Ability to build and update BOMs. 
  • Must be organized and detail oriented.
  • Must understand timeliness to complete work and meet standard metrics requirements.
  • Communicates with tooling, QA, engineering and manufacturing regarding new and revised prints.
  • Ability to comprehend and learn new things at a fast paced environment.

 
DESIRED/PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Solidworks and Materilise 3-matic.
  • Problem solving skills in collision avoidance.
  • Understands medical device manufacturing industry and cGMP.
  • Previous work/samples related to medtech for Dental/Ortho a plus.
  • Ability to take direction and perform with minimal supervision.
  • A.S. Degree in Drafting/CAD Technology.

 

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent
  • Must be able to work with engineers and other designers
  • Must have clear and concise written and/or oral communication abilities
  • Attention to detail
  • Problem solving skills
  • Organization abilities

 

BENEFITS & PERKS

  • $15-19 / hour commensurate on experience
  • Competitive salary and stock options
  • Medical, dental, vision and disability insurances
  • Flexible work schedules

 

ABOUT SWIFT HEALTH SYSTEMS INC.

Located in the hotbed of innovation near Irvine's University Research Park, we are a fast-paced Silicon Valley backed dental device company. If you are looking for a work environment with a positive culture that will empower and challenge you, we encourage you to submit your resume for review. 

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