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Production Technician

Company: Anatomage
Location: San Jose
Posted on: January 16, 2022

Job Description:

Who is Anatomage? Founded in 2004, Anatomage is a world-leading health care technology company. Anatomage offers 3D medical imaging software and hardware for diagnosis, treatment planning, customized surgical devices, and anatomy education in both the dental and medical industries. About the Role As a Production Technician at Anatomage, you will be working in our Table Production department with a small team of technicians that assemble and manufacture our life-sized virtual dissection tables. Anatomage is growing at a rapid pace and we need Production Technicians to help support the increasing demand for our unique products. This person will be an integral part of that team, working onsite at our warehouse location in San Jose to produce the Anatomage Table. The ideal candidate has previous computer and/or assembly experience. This person must have strong attention to detail, comfort lifting heavy products, and enjoy assembly production. This is the perfect opportunity for someone looking to witness our technological products be created from start to finish and be part of a close-knit team. This role is $22/hr. What You'll Do * Assemble hardware products in our production line * Employ high standards of assembly work to ensure high quality products are being produced on schedule * Quality assurance of our in-house table application software * Maintain organized and safe work environment * Fundamental computer navigation, installation, and troubleshooting * Follow proper inventory protocol with accuracy * Miscellaneous duties as needed

Keywords: Anatomage, San Jose , Production Technician, Professions , San Jose, California

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