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Stryker Comfort Bath Support Technician- Weekend Shift in Cary, Illinois

JOB PURPOSE: Perform equipment cleaning/sanitization, clean room cleaning/sanitization, setup of production equipment for production runs. Functions include setups, changeovers, organizing clean part carts and equipment repairs when required.

REPORTING STRUCTURE: Reports directly to the Comfort Bath Production Technician Supervisor or designated shift lead production technician.

JOB FUNCTION: This is a 10-hour day position with scheduled days of Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday


  • Responsible for proper setup and clean status of Comfort Bath production lines

  • Disassembly and reassembly of lines

  • Manual parts washing

  • C,O,P,- Clean Out of Place on all disassembled parts in cop washer

  • R,F,S cleaning on all production lines.

  • Cleaning and sanitization of COP and RFS equipment

  • Setups and changeovers on all lines

  • Work in a safe manner, and insure that production equipment is cleaned and sanitized in a safe working condition.

  • Serve as technician helper for minor repairs or participate in major repair of equipment (if needed).

  • Conduct self in a courteous and professional manner, and follow the standard set by the Sage Culture.

  • Work well with minimum supervision

  • Ensure compliance to the current GMPs throughout the manufacturing process

  • Work with department coordinators, lead persons, engineers, and departments to improve shift effectiveness, increase productivity, reduce costs and maintain regulatory compliance. QUALITY/VISUAL: Participates in regular safety meetings held by Production Technician LeadsVisually checks the lines for any cleaning irregularitiesQuality – ensures first piece parts off the line after cleaning are acceptable – no dirt or debris present DOCUMENTATION AND FORMS COMPLETION:

  • AMMS

  • Cleaning documentation forms

  • Standard Operating Procedures PHYSICAL DEMANDS : Standing, Walking, Stairs, Sitting, Lifting, Carrying, Crouching, Reaching, Handling, Talking, Hearing, Visual Activity, Near Acuity, Color Vision


Dust, Dirt, Cold, Noise, Heat, Hazardous Materials


  • Teamwork – cooperate with all employees.

  • Takes initiative and is self-motivated.

  • Decision making – willing to use judgment within limits.

  • Have excellent communication and organization skills.

  • Be able to work from written or verbal instructions and standard operating procedures.

  • Mechanically inclined.

  • Working knowledge of algebra, geometry, and shop math.

  • Possess personal computer skills.(Excel, word)

  • Basic machine shop skills to include use of hand and power tools such as drill press, belt sander, grinder, power drills, power washers, etc.

  • License: Valid Illinois driver license.

  • High School diploma or equivalent.