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Assembly Technician
3rd Stone DesignSan Rafael, CA
Job DescriptionUnder the supervision of the Quality and Manufacturing Lead at 3rd Stone Design,the ASSEMBLY TECHNICIAN will perform various electro-mechanical assembly functions as well as other technical tasks.
Sales Account Manager
3rd Stone DesignSan Rafael, CA
comFind JobsFind ResumesEmployers / Post JobPost your resume Sign in What:Where: Advanced Job Search job title, keywords or company city, state, or zip Sales Account Manager 3rd Stone Design - San Rafael, CA Sales Account Manager Position Profile: We are a product design, strategy and development firm that provides consulting services to the medical device, renewable energy and consumer goods industries.
jobsearcher.com/articlesCold Stone Job Description
As a crew member, you will get the chance to learn how our legendary ice cream is made, as well as how to mix-up our signature creations!
If the link doesn't work you can also go to the cold stone creamery jobs page, type in the zip code 90292, and apply for the Marina Del Rey store.
Logistics Coordinator
3rd Stone DesignSan Rafael, CA
Our product ventures are varied, encompassing medical devices, renewable energy, and consumer goods.
Engineer
3rd Stone DesignSan Rafael, CA
Position Profile:Under the direct supervision of the Director of Engineering, and the oversight of the CEO of 3rdStone Design, the Product Engineer will provide mechanical and electrical engineering, testing,and analysis.
Mechanical Design Engineer
3rd Stone Design IncSan Rafael, CA
Company: 3rd Stone Design, Inc. is a product design, strategy and development firm that provides consulting services to the medical device, renewable energy and consumer goods industries.
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Industrial Designer
3rd Stone DesignSan Rafael, CA
Job Under the supervision of the CEO of 3rd Stone Design, the Industrial Designer will conceive of new product ideas, develop products through the design cycle, provide aesthetic direction, contribute to company innovation initiatives, and sustain product offerings.
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Why Work in Sales? 9 Reasons & Tips on Answering as an Interview Question!

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Customer Experience Specialist
3rd Stone DesignSan Rafael, CA
comFind JobsFind ResumesEmployers / Post JobPost your resume Sign in What:Where: Advanced Job Search job title, keywords or company city, state, or zip Customer Experience Specialist 3rd Stone Design - San Rafael, CA Customer Experience Specialist Position Profile: We are a product design, strategy and development firm that provides consulting services to the medical device, renewable energy and consumer goods industries.
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3rd Stone DesignSan Rafael, CA
3rdStone Design is a product design firm that sells our own lines of products for the worldwide market, including PlanetBox lunchbox.

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