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NPPS, Inc - San Jose, CA (24 miles from Santa Cruz, CA)
Label company in San Jose is looking for a qualified narrow web flexo operator. Day shift opening! Must have at least 3 years experience running narrow web flexo presses such as: mark andy,...
30+ days ago
Applied Materials - Santa Clara, CA (22 miles from Santa Cruz, CA)
Job Information Applied Materials CD-SEM LItho Hardware/Process Technician in Santa Clara , California This is a 2nd SHIFT/SWING position is in our Engineered Optics group. Training will be...
30+ days ago

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