Fleet Ops Specialist III

Acelity Canada - Mississauga, ON (30+ days ago)

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Company Description

KCI is a globally diversified wound care company committed to advancing the science of healing and restoring people’s lives.

KCI products are designed to address needs in the areas of Advanced Wound Therapy with best-in-class solutions that are designed to deliver superior clinical outcomes for patients.

Job Description

The Fleet Ops Specialist III is responsible for:
Performing device repairs, upgrades, retrofits, preventive maintenance on internal (Acelity owned) and external customers medical VAC equipment.
Executing quality control procedures for all repaired VAC devices prior to releasing them back to the customer.
Providing technical support, over the telephone, for customers, sales force, and third party maintenance providers.
Providing technical VAC device repair support to Acelity engineering
Providing technical VAC device repair training support to internal and external customers

Principle Responsibilities: (essential job duties and responsibilities)

Ensure VAC devices, component parts, to be repaired, refurbished, and salvaged are processed per quality controlled and reference only procedures.

Test, diagnose and execute repairs, upgrades, retrofits and preventive maintenance on Acelity and customer owned devices.

Rework, repair, and/or replace cable assemblies, wire harnesses, ribbon cables, cord sets, etc where applicable.

Replace and or repair where applicable defective circuit boards and provide support for the upload, download of software firmware for device/s being repaired. Supports limited printed circuit board repair including downloading event logs.

Supports offline spare part cleaning and salvaging efforts.

Reassemble units and conduct formal quality control test procedure to determine if unit is ready to ship back to customer.

Accurate consumption of parts to RSO or work order including verification of all available parts throughout production floor for management of available inventory.

Provides technical assistance over the telephone for customers, sales force, and third party maintenance providers.

Assists in research and development of Acelity products.

Assists in testing, and inspection of new products.

Maintains a clean and orderly workspace to include bench and floor clean up.

Monitors the condition of tools and calibrated equipment PM cycles used and notifies supervisor, designated calibration tech of any maintenance needs.

Notify supervisory personnel of any repair difficulties or other applicable information.

Adheres to Company safety regulations and all requirements of Job Safety Analysis and notifies supervisor of any safety problems or hazard.


Skills and Experiences:
Demonstrates ability to utilize various tools and equipment to support repair functions.

  • Managing Work
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Decision Making
  • Quality Orientation
  • Safety Focus
  • United
  • Authentic
  • Purposeful
  • Courageous
Minimum Qualifications:
Willingness to take a fitness test to determine ability to meet the physical demands of the job as outlined in the Job Safety Analysis.

At least 18 years of age.

At least 1 year experience in electrical assembly, soldering, troubleshooting and/or repair to include manufacturing environment or related electrical, mechanical, pneumatic experience/trade.

Experience with MS Office applications including, Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook

Demonstrated and achieved productivity requirements and quality standards specified by the business.

Demonstrated experience monitoring quality of assigned tasks and corrects any deficiencies.

Demonstrated knowledge in electrical schematic diagrams, BOMS, test procedures, and work instructions.

Demonstrates knowledge utilizing Material Safety Data Sheets.

Ability to work scheduled shifts and complete assignments in required time frames.

Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

Demonstrates communication and presentation skills.

Ability to maintain complete confidentiality and discretion in business relations.

Ability to demonstrate skills regarding teamwork and collaboration.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience with soldering iron guns, and de-soldering equipment.

Background in working with medical device repair and or manufacturing environment.

Completed two year post secondary education program in electrical or related electrical field

The information listed above is not a comprehensive list of all duties/responsibilities performed.

This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice.

Additional Information

KCI Canada is an equal opportunity employer and will provide accommodations during the recruitment process upon request. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

Interested candidates are encouraged to include the job title in the subject line.