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Imaging Production Specialist 1
Ref No.: 18-02497
Location: Livermore, California
Work Authorization:US Citizen
Shift Timings: (01:30:PM - 10:00:PM)
Light for Scanning, Quality, Release/Index – Seated task with constant use of upper extremities, primarily for keyboard related tasks.

Job Summary/Work Schedule
Normal Work Schedule: 5 days a week, 9 hours a day including 30-minute lunch and two 15-minute breaks. Evening and 3rd shift may be required depending on assignment
Description of position and job requirements: There are four main components to the position. There are opportunities for rotating staff among these components either on different days or during the duration of the shift.
1. Scanning – Prepped cartons are moved (one at a time) to scanner positions. The employee loads sheets into one of various types of scanners for processing and returns sheets to the box in the same order as received. Depending on the source material, sheets may be fed into scanners one at a time or in small batches. This is primarily a seated task but feeding scanners may be while standing, 20% of position as a whole.
2. Quality – Confirms accuracy of scanned documents. This is primarily a seated task, 10% of position as a whole.
3. Release/Index – Documentation of files and release of scanned material to customer. This is primarily a seated task, 10% of position as a whole.
Essential Functions:
Scanning – Detail oriented, must be able to operate, clean, and troubleshoot scanners.
Quality and Release/Index – Detail oriented and must be able to operate computer. Position requires significant data input and high rate of key strokes.
**Attire must be presentable and appropriate for the working environment**
Position Comments:
1. Document Preparation- Sorting of customer document/files while inserting document separation sheets based on ability to follow written instructions. Removal of bindings (staples/fasteners) while staying organized and meeting hourly production goals.
2. Quality Control- Confirm accuracy of scanned images/batches while following written guidelines and instructions. Medium-Advanced computer skills required to complete this task, including excel for production tracking. Hourly production goals also apply to this task.