Anthrotech is Now Hiring

Apr 4th, 2019

We’re looking for the right people to join our team. 

 

Anthropological Research Associate

Ph.D. is preferred. Seek and write proposals for potential projects. Coordinate, plan, staff and implement 3D and related anthropometric projects. Fluency in 3D computer graphics software a plus. Travel, both nationally or internationally, to meet clients and to measure and scan people for various data collection projects will be necessary. Travel on short notice may occur. Experience with 3D computer graphics software (Rhinoceros 3D, Maya, 3ds Max, Solidworks, Blender, etc.) and programming desired. Anatomy and statistics a plus. Must be reliable, pay close attention to detail, and be available for full-time hire. Benefits available and starting pay negotiable, depending on skill set.

 

3D Anthropological Research Assistant

The primary task will be identifying and marking anatomical landmarks using 3D computer graphics software. It may also become necessary to travel nationally or internationally to measure and scan people for various data collection projects. Travel on short notice may occur. Experience with 3D computer graphics software (Rhinoceros 3D, Maya, 3ds Max, Solidworks, Blender, etc.) desired but not required. Programming, anatomy and statistics a plus. Must be reliable, pay close attention to detail, and be available for full-time hire. Benefits available and starting pay negotiable, depending on skill set.

 

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