Cell Cleaner Job Description Sample
Wax Team Work Cell - Off Shift
Job Description: Arconic Inc. (NYSE: ARNC) creates breakthrough products that shape industries. Working in close partnership with our customers, we solve complex engineering challenges to transform the way we fly, drive, build and power. At Arconic, we develop and manufacture high performance, engineered products and solutions for the aerospace, industrial gas turbine, commercial transportation and oil and gas markets.
At Arconic Power and Propulsion, a business unit of the Engineered Products and Solutions group, we hold the number one global market position in aero engine and industrial gas turbine airfoils—and we are a world-class producer of structural aero engine components. We excel in additive manufacturing technologies, vacuum melted alloys, machining, performance coatings and hot isostatic pressing for high performance parts that enable the next generation of more fuel-efficient aero engines and cleaner power generation.
Our Dover Casting division is a world-class supplier of complex, investment-cast turbine airfoils and other components for the aircraft engine and industrial gas turbine industries. Our Dover Alloy division supplies vacuum and air-melted nickel- and cobalt-based superalloys to internal and external customers.
Our Dover, New Jersey Casting Operation has an immediate need for a Wax Team Work Cell Operator in our Wax department.
This is a Midnight Shift Position (10:30 PM - 6:00 AM) and will train on Day Shift for a minimum of 3 weeks (6:30 AM - 2:30 PM)
This job assists in the set up and creation of wax molds.
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY RESPONSIBILITES
Expected to assist in the implementation of EHS Values and policy statements and accompanying principals.
Comply with all department, facility, corporate and regulatory EHS regulations.
Wear all required personal protective equipment (PPE).
Report all job-related illness and injuries (Per Employee Handbook).
Report all safety, health and environmental concerns to your supervisor in a timely manner.
Attend all EHS training.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Adapt and perform various manufacturing tasks to support schedules.
Regular Duties include: Wax Injection, Wax Inspection, Wax Setup (assembly), Core Prep, and use of Aussie Bds.
Job can include variety of assignments
Other duties as might be assigned by supervision.
Performs cell support duties
Must successfully pass wax cell training program and vision testing requirements
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/EQUIPMENT USED
Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds
Frequent standing and sitting
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
This position is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) which requires U.S. person status. ITAR defines U.S. person as an U.S. citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
No relocation benefit is offered for this position. Candidates residing within a 50 miles radius of Dover NJ will only be considered.
High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution
Ability to perform highly detailed and highly repetitive work
Production Equipment Operator 3, Cell 1 (1St Shift)
Card Fulfillment Services is seeking a Production Equipment Operator 3, (Cell Manufacturing Machine) for ensuring imaging cards on plastic to custom carriers and insert into envelopes. This position is also responsible for identifying all parts of the order, arranging them in correct sequence and receiving approval on each job prior to run mode. Additionally, this position requires machine setup.
Properly set up the Cellular Manufacturing Equipment to the specifications required, and operate the machine producing the best quality product possible in a safe and productive manner
Conduct visual checks of machinery and escalates any problems to leadership and maintenance
Troubleshoot Cellular Manufacturing Equipment as needed
Brief incoming team members on product and task information
Identifies potential production issues
Responsible for verifying finished product quality and completion status
Enter data from production and shift into system
Delegate tasks to a Production Assistant on an as-needed basis
Perform daily cleaning of machinery, including using chemical cleaners
Work with the warehouse and inventory representatives on material movement
Ensure the sign off approvals meet production needs
Manage daily production to meet department schedules
Contribute to the team's production goals
Position will have in-season lead duties, pay will be adjusted during peak season
Understand and complies with all departmental policies and procedures
Maintain a clean, organized work area
Comply with all safety, DOT, HAZMAT and environmental policies and procedures
Use all designated Personal Protective Equipment as required
Behave in accordance with Travel Tags, Inc. Core Values
High School diploma or equivalent
Associates degree in manufacturing or a related field
1 year machine operation
Ability to comprehend number sequencing and recognize errors
Ability to work with numbers
Ability to delegate tasks and provide clear direction to co-workers
Maintains a pattern of regular and predictable attendance
Proficient in reading, speaking, and understanding the English Language
Ability to follow written and verbal directions
Has good mechanical aptitude
Perform a variety of tasks throughout the day in a fast paced work environment
Interact constructively and effectively with all plant employees
Ability to work in a team environment toward a common goal
Ability to work overtime as needed
Ability to respond to continually changing priorities and coordinate multiple projects
Reacts to change productively and handles other tasks as assigned
A service-oriented individual with a high energy, positive and friendly demeanor
Office Equipment (this may include computer, phone, printer, scanner, copier and fax machine)
Cellular Manufacturing Machinery
About Our Company
We offer an attractive compensation package, including a competitive base salary, and a competitive benefit package including health, dental & vision insurance, 401K plan, profit sharing, PTO (paid time off) and Holiday Pay.
Travel Tags was founded in 1973 as a manufacturer of luggage tags and travel accessories. We produced our first gift card in 1999, entering what is now a $100 billion growth industry. Today we're known as the preeminent solutions provider in the ever-changing stored-value market, and we ship hundreds of millions of gift cards throughout the world each year.
Our turnkey solutions include design, e Commerce, card manufacturing, data management, secure packaging and a broad range of specialty print technologies that help create lasting impressions for some of the world's most prominent brands. Our world-class solutions have earned us the most coveted industry accolades, including the International Card Manufacturer's Élan Award, People's Choice Award, Judges Choice Award and Best Gift Card of the Year
Fuel Cell Stack Unit Cell Research Engineer
Job Description: & Qualifications
Ford Research and Advanced Engineering is expanding fuel cell development activities at its Dearborn Research and Innovation Center and is seeking experienced PEM fuel cell stack unit cell research engineers. The positions will work closely with the supply base and focus on the design and development of unit cell designs and components such as bi-polar plates, seals, and integrated membrane electrode assemblies. This is an excellent opportunity for a highly qualified and motivated engineer to join a diverse team of researchers tasked with shaping and delivering Ford's future product strategy for fuel cell technology.
In conjunction with the supply base, develop unit cell, bipolar plate, seals, and/or integrated MEA designs
Develop and maintain design requirements, specifications, lessons learned, and best practices
Perform engineering analyses such as stress, pressure drop, heat transfer, fluid flow, geometric attributes, tolerance stack-up, etc.
Develop in-house models in support of unit cell design analyses
Develop and maintain quality documents such as P-diagrams, DFMEAs, etc…
Familiarity with stack cost estimating models
- Bachelor of Science in Chemistry or Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering
- 5+ years of relevant fuel cell unit cell design and integration experience with a major automotive manufacturer or as part of a major automotive manufacturer joint venture
Experience and/or knowledge in the following topics, Strong background in heat and mass transfer and fluid mechanics, FEA and CFD, Seal design and seal materials or Bipolar plate design, materials, and coatings
Experienced in the use of quality process tools such as P-diagrams, FMEA, 8D, etc.
Strong understanding of PEM fuel cell fundamentals
Experience with Six Sigma methodologies desired
Team player with strong interpersonal skills; able to work effectively in collaborative environment
Strong oral and written communication skills
The distance between imagination and … creation. It can be measured in years of innovation, or in moments of brilliance. When you join the Ford team you will discover all the benefits, rewards and development opportunities you'd expect from a diverse global leader. You'll become part of a team that is already leading the way, with ingenious solutions and attainable products – and it is always ready to go further.
Visa sponsorship may be available for this position.
Ford Motor Company is an equal opportunity employer committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status or protected veteran status.
Field Application Specialist, Cell Therapy, San Diego
Job ID :
US - California - San Diego
When you're part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll do important work, and you'll be valued and recognized for your performance. With talented managers and inspiring coworkers to support you, you'll find the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.
Title: Field Application Specialist, Cell Therapy, San Diego (based remotely)
Cell and gene therapy as a sector is currently experiencing a period of rapid growth and expansion as recent clinical trial successes have resulted in increased investment. To sustain the current trajectory for cell and gene therapy, translational centers, biotech and pharmaceutical companies are increasing their need for technical support of new and novel technologies being developed to support the industry. Thermo Fisher Scientific is currently engaging with clients from biotech and pharma companies, hospitals and academic institutions throughout North America, who play a key role in the R&D, process development and commercialization of autologous and allogeneic cell therapy, gene-mediated cell therapy and gene therapy manufacturing programs. Growing relationships and technical support to our clients is an essential part of drug development and our mission of enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for scientific knowledge and product support pre and post sales, participating in business development and providing internal and external training as needed.
Training – Internal & External
Provide field support to our sales organization by providing customers with technical guidance (pre & post sales activities)
Provide internal training across commercial teams and business units as needed
Maintain and foster relationship with KOLs
Interface with the global technical training teams and share best practices across organization
VOC & Customer Relations Management
Act as liaison between customers, R&D, and Product Management teams
Manage KOL relationships through routine scientific communication and updates on new product launches
Attend conferences and events to grow technical knowledge and developing trends
Present on behalf of Thermo Fisher Scientific at key global conferences
Provide market sensing mechanism, identifying new opportunities and highlighting gaps in current portfolio
Interface with R&D and PM teams
Support internal business and product development efforts through feedback on innovation pipeline
Interact with marketing teams to drive new initiatives
PhD degree in the life sciences required
Requires a minimum of 5 years experience working in cell and gene therapy field
Experience in cell culture (T cells) and molecular biology sequencing highly desired
Must be highly proficient with viral transfection and electroporation.
Must possess strong understanding of customer challenges within the field of cell and immunotherapy and possess familiarity with CAR-T cells
Must excel in customer-facing role and enjoy talking to people. (No previous field experience required)
Works in an office and lab environment. May be required to stand for long periods of time while performing duties. Candidate must be willing to travel up to 50% of time to support customers and sales specialists.
At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 65,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
Apply today! http://jobs.thermofisher.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Cell Processing Specialist Car-T Cell Therapy - Morris Plains, NJ
Novartis is a global healthcare company based in Switzerland that provides solutions to address the evolving needs of patients worldwide. Novartis recently received the first ever FDA approval for a CAR-T cell therapy for children and young adults with B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) that is refractory or has relapsed at least twice; a novel immunocellular therapy, a one-time treatment that uses a patient's own T cells to fight cancer, and is the first therapy based on gene transfer approved by the FDA. Therapy will be manufactured for individual patients using their own cells at the Novartis Morris Plains, New Jersey facility where Novartis continues to advance its CAR-T manufacturing expertise. The Morris Plains site plans to hire over 300 Quality, Production, Supply Chain and Bioanalytics associates in the next 10-12 months.
Due to the nature of the starting materials (patient cells) the Cell processing Specialist role requires the highest level of proficiency and ownership. The Specialist will be responsible for end to end processing and verification of patient derived clinical and commercial cellular immunotherapy products.
Specific responsibilities will include:
End to end ownership for the processing of the assigned patient starting material in the clean room environment.
Maintain and prepare equipment/environment for use.
Document all steps in the assigned Batch record in line with GMP requirements.
Conduct all necessary processing/verification steps for the assigned lot with the highest skill level of aseptic technique.
Assist on Deviation Investigations, Change Controls, Safety Inspections and CAPAs.
Perform execution of assigned qualification/ validation activities.
Be responsible for successful on time completion of a required training curriculum composed of Global Operating Procedures (GOPs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Aseptic Techniques, Gowning Qualifications and other relevant training, including HSE for the specific role.
Perform other duties as assigned. Examples might be: successful completion of assigned PU project initiatives and/or work stream tasks, such as process improvements, efficiencies, Innovation Quality Productivity (IQP).
Maintain an "audit ready" module.
Selected associates must:
Be able to gown aseptically and work in a clean room environment (ISO 8, 7 and ISO 5) area for extended periods of time.
Be able to work with automated cell processing equipment such as Elutra, CS5, or Sepax.
Be knowledgeable in the use of production related IT systems such as SAP and MES.
Possess sound cell biological decision making. EEO Statement The Novartis Group of Companies are Equal Opportunity Employers and take pride in maintaining a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status. Minimum requirements •Bachelor's degree in relevant Engineering or Scientific discipline (preferred) or equivalent work experience. Advanced degree desired.
2-5 years' experience in cGMP cell culture manufacturing, experience in cell therapy manufacturing preferred.
Thawing cryo-preserved product.
Aseptic processing in ISO 5 biosafety cabinets.
Universal precautions for handling human derived materials in BSL-2 containment areas.
Cell expansion using incubators and single use bioreactors.
Cell washing processes, cell separation techniques and use of automated equipment.
Knowledge of cGMP regulations and FDA guidance applicable to biologics and cell therapy manufacturing.
Experience with SAP, MES, Trackwise, etc. preferred
Fluency in written and spoken English.
Ability to work a flexible shift is required.
Cell Culture Technician, Pluripotent Stem Cell (Microbiology Resource I)
JOB TITLE: Cell Culture Technician, Pluripotent Stem Cell
- This work involves pluripotent stem cell culture and differentiation, selecting colonies, expanding selected clones, evaluating cell growth, calculating accurate cell viability and population doublings, maintenance of laboratory records, preparation and dispensing of media and cell culture supplements.
The ideal candidate for this role has an undergraduate degree in cell/molecular biology, biotechnology, or a related discipline.
We are primarily interested in meeting potential candidates who have exceptional aseptic cell culture technique with at least 1-2 years of particular experience in pluripotent stem cell culture
Scientist I Single Cell Transcriptomic Approaches To Cell Types In The Mouse Nervous System
The Allen Institute for Brain Science, located in Seattle, Washington, is committed to understanding how the brain works and helping to unlock the mysteries of neurological diseases and disorders affecting millions worldwide.
The Allen Institute is seeking an exceptional candidate who will be part of a Seattle-based multidisciplinary team within the Cell Types Program. The successful candidate will participate in high-throughput single cell transcriptome data generation and analysis to support the effort funded by the newly awarded BRAIN grant from the NIH, which aims to define all cell types in the adult mouse brain. The candidate will be a Ph.D. graduate in life sciences or computational biology and will possess strong experimental and computational skills. She/he will collaborate with several other departments on the identification and classification of cell types in the mouse nervous system.
Work within the Molecular Genetics team on experimental design, execution, and research associate training in order to generate large-scale single cell transcriptome datasets.
Work with Modeling, Analysis and Theory team to timely and iteratively analyze single cell data from the internal single cell transcriptomics pipeline and facilitate generation of cell type taxonomy.
Design and execute validation and follow-up experiments to place the transcriptomics results in the neurobiological context.
Write and publish manuscripts, grant progress reports and grant applications.
Present work internally and externally at conferences.
Evaluate new single cell RNA-seq platforms and techniques.
Work with Electrophysiology and Neuroanatomy teams to facilitate data organization and integration in an effort to create multimodal neuronal taxonomy.
Ph.D. in life sciences or computational biology (e.g., Neuroscience, Genomics, Genetics, or related field).
Knowledgeable in genomic data generation from primary tissues (rodent handling, dissection, single cell collection, molecular biology, and next generation sequencing).
Knowledgeable about developmental neurobiology and systems neurobiology
Knowledgeable about RNA-seq, ATAC-seq and/or ChIP-seq data
Proficiency in R and Linux shell scripting.
2+ years of experimental experience in genomic data generation from primary tissues (rodent handling, dissection, single cell collection, molecular biology, and next generation sequencing).
2+ years of experience working in a rodent model system studying a neurobiological problem in vivo (e.g., developmental neurobiology, systems neurobiology).
2+ years of computational experience working with RNA-seq, ATAC-seq and/or ChIP-seq data, preferably at the single cell level.
Ability to develop, test, implement, and share new experimental and computational tools quickly, in an iterative manner, after feedback from experimental, data production, and analysis teams.
Experience with additional programming languages (Perl, Python, Matlab) preferred.
Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team to meet aggressive timelines in a collaborative environment.
It is the policy of the Allen Institute to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, the Allen Institute will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.
Aircraft Fuel Cell Tech 2
Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading company whose work with cutting-edge technology is driven by something human: the lives our technology protects? If so, Northrop Grumman may be the place for you.
It's not the systems that drive us: it's the soldier our systems bring home. It's not just the equipment that motivates us: it's the people our equipment protects. It's not the innovation that gets us up in the morning: it's whom those innovations serve.
We're united by our work to help people and protect the world. And that mission makes our team even stronger.
When you join Northrop Grumman, you'll have the opportunity to connect with coworkers in an environment that's uniquely caring, diverse, and respectful. Employees share experiences, insights, perspectives, and creative solutions with some of the best minds in the industry.
We collaborate through integrated product teams, cross-functional teams, and employee resource groups, while thriving through the support of training and development, mentors and every day coaching, along with extensive health and work/life benefits. We're committed to our employees' professional and personal development and success.
Northrop Grumman recruits top talent with traditional and non-traditional backgrounds in order to ensure our team is united, connected, skilled, focused and innovative. An inclusive workplace of people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives is the key to our performance.
At Northrop Grumman, we want our employees to bring their whole self to work. All your different sides are welcome here, as we believe they make our team, our products and our services, that much better.
Perform removal, installation, and inspection functions of fuel cells and assembly, and installation of components such as fuel lines, hardward, and fittings on various aircraft. Analyze various aircraft sealing, structural, and assembly drawings, to detect seal level deficiencies.
Diagnose results of leak test to detect drawing, specification, structural and assembly sealing errors. Recommend corrective action necessary to correct deficiencies. Perform disassembly and teardown operations of aircraft fuel systems and related components.
Remove fuel cells and components from aircraft, following specific procedures and techniques. Prepare cavity for installation of fuel cells and components. Install fuel cells and components, following specific procedures and techniques.
Use appropriate pressure test equipment, and make repairs as required. Check condition of fuel cells for any type of damage; and cavity, for condition of internal fittings. Work from operation sheets, diagrams, blueprints, engineering orders, mil-specs and verbal instructions.
Work with jigs, fixtures, and various tooling, as operations require. Assist other aircraft mechanics as required. Maintain schedules and quality standards.
Check work for completeness and accuracy. Notify supervision of any / all malfunctions, defects, and damages of equipment, material and product. Perform Production Accountability duties associated with the processing, verification, and quality auditing and inspection of assemblies, parts, and tooling for which the individual has been delegated production accountability.
Keep work area clean and orderly. May be required to work in other fields incidental to, and in connection with, completion of assignment. May be required to perform other related duties, as assigned.
High School Diploma or equivalent and 2 years of relevant experiences.
Ability to be subject to a variety of physical conditions
Able to wear respirator or other safety gear
Ability to be subject to areas which could cause various phobias due to height or closed spaces
Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.
For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.
Production Operator I First Shift Helper In Anvil Cell
TE Connectivity Ltd., is a $13 billion global technology and manufacturing leader creating a safer, sustainable, productive, and connected future. For more than 75 years, our connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest environments, have enabled advancements in transportation, industrial applications, medical technology, energy, data communications, and the home.
With 78,000 employees, including more than 7,000 engineers, working alongside customers in nearly 150 countries, TE ensures that EVERY CONNECTION COUNTS. Learn more at www.te.com and on LinkedIn, Facebook, WeChat and Twitter.
TE Application Tooling, the oldest division of TE Connectivity, is credited with the invention of the first solderless crimp hand tool first developed in 1941, and is an integral component of the TE's value proposition today. Our goal is to provide our customers with high quality, innovative products and services that drive speed, flexibility and value.
To achieve these goals, it starts with creating a world-class team of professionals dedicated to delivering excellence. With 26 manufacturing and distribution centers worldwide, Application Tooling is truly a global supplier of tooling solutions. From the very hand tool for the US Military through automated tooling solutions for major automotive customers like GM and Ford, TE's Application Tooling division has been making innovative, specialized tooling for wire harness and PC board manufacturers for more than seven decades.
Whether you are connecting a wire to a terminal or a terminal to a PC board, making a reliable electrical connection requires highly engineered tools. Simply put, TE Connectivity is the original pioneer and developer of electrical connections – and today continues to lead with tomorrow's innovation, not imitation!
TE Connectivity's Manufacturing/Production Teams transform raw materials into finished goods and ensure component flow. They perform changeovers and setups according to production schedule, perform quality checks according to established processes and document the results as required by our quality procedures. Every team member is responsible for maintaining housekeeping and organization of the work area as well as following TE Connectivity's EH&S policies and procedures.
Responsibilities & Qualifications
- Values: Integrity, Accountability,Teamwork, Innovation
Nearest Major Market: Harrisburg
Job Segment: Industrial, Electrical, Developer, Equipment Operator, Manufacturing, Engineering, Technology, Automotive
Nand Cell WLR Software Development Engineer
Req. ID: 110383
As a NAND Engineer working with wafer level reliability you will come work on Micron's most advanced NAND technology. The responsibilities you have also include coordinating testing and data analysis resources over the R&D lifecycle of the NAND technology node. You will develop code to analyze data to debug issues, summarize reliability data, communicate the results in an effective way and make data easily accessible to the rest of the NAND Technology development teams.
As a successful candidate you have:
Proficient experience with common programming languages is required (Python is strongly preferred).
Experience with user interface design and implementation of web-based tools or software tools.
Experience with SciPy, JMP or other scientific data analysis platforms is desirable
Experience with Linux systems.
Knowledge of databases, server setups, hardware analysis, and code performance tuning
Proficient problem solving and statistical data analysis skills required.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Develop, maintain, and provide technical support for new and existing software solutions.
Collaborates well in a team environment to address deficiencies.
Sensitive to client's needs and can develop warm client relationships.
Helping customers with their objectives.
Provide general support to project team and management in a manner complimentary to the company.
Defining and understanding data analysis requirements for testing NAND cells.
Designing and implementing new software tools to improve cell reliability understanding.
Supporting the transfer and training of the cell wafer level testing into manufacturing.
Education Requirement: MS or BS plus 5 years' experience
We recruit, hire, train, promote, discipline and provide other conditions of employment without regard to a person's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, veteran's status, or other classifications protected under law. This includes providing reasonable accommodation for team members' disabilities or religious beliefs and practices.
Each manager, supervisor and team member is responsible for carrying out this policy. The EEO Administrator in Human Resources is responsible for administration of this policy. The administrator will monitor compliance and is available to answer any questions on EEO matters.
To request assistance with the application process, please contact Micron's Human Resources Department at 1-800-336-8918 (or 208-368-4748).
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