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Warehouse Scanner Operator


A scanner is responsible for producing digital copies of files and documents for company records and operational needs. Scanners often work within an office industry, assisting office personnel with paperwork by scanning documents through paper machines and equipment. They accurately prepare the files, ensuring the quality and quantity of copies before submitting them to the staff. A scanner must have comprehensive knowledge of the mechanical industry, inspecting the machine's performance and conducting repairs as needed.


  • Maintain and manage database with clinical details and digital radiology imaging.

  • Scan EHR and paper offices.

  • Maintain privacy and security rules.

  • Scan groceries at a fast pace and safely manner.

  • Scan and load packages.

  • Create OCR cover sheets for files to be scan.

  • Maintain basic operations for multiple users.

  • File all charts in computerize systems.

  • Operate high speed IBML image scanner to scan corporate and personal tax returns.

  • Prep documents for scanning by removing staples and paper clips, and scan documents

  • Unload mail trucks and scan mail for shipping 

  • Unload trailers containing supplies, as well as scan every product to ensure correct UPC

  • Own transportation

  • Pay Rate: It will be given in interview

  • Schedule: It will be given in interview

  • Location 1: New Jersey

  • Location 2: New York City

  • Location 3: Georgia

  • Location 4: California


Warehouse Scanner Operator Wanted

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