NextPhase Medical Devices LLC is a fast-growing, engineering design and contract manufacturer of single-use and electromechanical medical devices, with facilities in Rochester, NH, Mansfield, MA, and Tijuana, Mexico.

The role of the Assembler II performs and ensures production assembly tasks are actively completed to meet production schedules while upholding the highest level of Quality. The Assembler II will assemble products by using a variety of hand and power tools, soldering irons, fixtures, work instructions, and various other equipment to perform a series of operations to correctly assemble medical devices. Ideally, this candidate will have the ability to work with others collaboratively and show great organizational skills.


  • Understand, support, and comply with the Company Quality System requirements
  • Work with Supervisor, Lead assembler, and other production assemblers to produce customer products while ensuring that Quality, production requirements, and goals are achieved.
  • Document any identified nonconformances and complete the corresponding documentation.
  • Follow the standard operating procedures and written work instructions.
  • Understand, support, and comply with the Company Quality System requirements.
  • Report problems or concerns with quality, processes, equipment, materials, and labor.
  • Identify and support continuous improvement efforts with the Production Supervisor.

Required Skills, Knowledge, and Experience:

  • 3-7 years in a regulated manufacturing environment, experience in an ISO 13485:2016 manufacturing environment is preferred.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as blueprints, work instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Strong mechanical and electrical aptitude abilities.
  • Demonstrated problem-solving ability in a cross-functional environment.
  • Experience with working to time standards.

Physical Requirements:

  • Ability to regularly lift/push/carry on average 30 pounds and at times up to 45 pounds.
  • Ability to frequently sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, and crouch.
  • Full range of motion for wrist, hand, and finger dexterity.
  • Ability to see up close and from a distance for assembly and evaluation.