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Technician

Under limited supervision analyzes instruments, systems, and electrical circuit performance. Will perform repair as required by their findings.  This position performs a variety of electronic and technical functions related to assembly testing, test equipment maintenance, calibration and alignment of assembly test equipment. They will also perform a variety of complex electronic and technical functions to support the developmental engineering activities related to electronic and mechanical tests. This will include, analyzing, calibration, alignment, and fabrication of both product and testing equipment.  

 

Primary Responsibilities

 

·        Work from limited documentation, written or oral instructions, schematics, rough drawing, diagrams, layouts and plans.

·        Performs operational tests and fault isolation on systems and equipment to ensure conformance with design specifications.

·        Performs routine calibration on instruments, systems and electronic circuits

·        Conducts complex testing in a development mode requiring improvisation of procedures.  Takes actions as directed by either function and/or malfunction of design problems.

·        Provides design detail where lacking and recommends modifications where appropriate.

·        Performs complex engineering tests and develops support tasks.

·        Prepares diagnostic tests and may assist in the design construction, test and function analyzing of complex test equipment.      

·        Maintain the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above.

·        Understand and live by AIS’s ethics and business conduct policies.

 

Qualifications

 

Essential:

·        High degree of electronic/technical knowledge.

·        Proficient at the interpretation and application of comprehensive knowledge in electronic theory and its principles.

·        Competent in analyzing the performance of electronic systems and circuitry.

·        Capable of communicating on a technical level with design and manufacturing engineers as well as production personnel.

·        Able to conceive, evaluate and implement design changes to instruments, circuits or processes.

·        Adept at using complex precision measurement instruments.

·        Ability to work with a variety of test development software programs.

·        Capacity to balance multiple tasks and priorities.

·        Must possess good mathematical skills.

·        Strong capability to work from schematics; augmented by both written and oral instructions.

·        Proficient with MS office programs; with an emphasis on MS Excel.

 

Desired:

·        Previous experience in an electronic manufacturing facility.

·        Previous experience with membrane switches.

·        Promote teamwork and cooperative effort.

·        Maintain a clean, safe, and unobstructed work area.

·        Ability to communicate well with both peer and management groups.

·        Provide customers with the highest quality of products and services.

 

 

Education/Previous Experience Requirements

 

·        AA degree in electronics or equivalent work experience, minimum 6 years.

·        Previous manufacturing experience preferred.

 

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job.  While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

It is a requirement that an employee in this position receives theCOVID-19 vaccination (completes the one or two shots required prior to starting employment).

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Manufacturing Engineer

The role of manufacturing engineer focuses on supporting electronics assembly processes in both manufacturing and process engineering. Responsibilities include production floor support, NPI support, continuous improvement, and manufacturing tests.  We are looking for an entrepreneurial manufacturing engineer that thrives in a fast-paced, high-energy electronics environment.

Primary Responsibilities

·        Champion the transition to more automated processes using cobots, pneumatics, PLCs, fixtures, etc.  

·        Production floor support in areas of material issues, building issues, documentation, and fixturing

·        Drive standardization of processes across BU factories and Supply Chain

·        Develop, implement, and monitor core process metrics and capacity analysis

·        Collaborate w/ Materials & Quality teams

·        Support EH&S and Management of Change

·        Support NPI by understanding customer need at a high level, understanding customer demand signals

·        Develop preliminary procurement strategy using make vs buy, supplier selection and capability, and plan for every part strategies

·        Enforce raw material specs (Typically outlined in a Quality Plan) and assist in defining CTQ/CTF dimensions

·        Support Design for Manufacturability (DFM)during the NPI process

·        Develop inspection plans and sampling plans, gauge R&R’s for consistent measurement techniques between RI and suppliers, and process capability metrics (CpK)

·        Understand product structure and creation of preliminary assembly plans

·        Develop labeling and packaging strategies

·        Efficiency gains using productivity projects around topics of TAKT, pull, flow, and reduction of waste

·        VAVE projects

·        Aid in defining and maintaining Test Strategy

Qualifications

Essential:

·        Experience in production automation

·        Problem solving/analytical ability, understanding of lean initiatives

·        Emphasis on service orientation

·        Design and drafting capabilities

·        Must be able to work effectively with minimal supervision

·        Excellent written and oral communications, good employee relation skills

·        Ability to perform facilities, work center, and line flow-charting & layouts

·        Maintenance and facilities experience (TPM)

·        Understanding of BOM structures, basic Cost Accounting principle, and of routing and time standards

 

Desired:

·        Experience with membrane switches

·        Familiar with LabVIEW, Visual Basic, C++coding, etc.

·        Familiar with Solid Works and AutoCAD

·        Experience with SMT technologies, electronics soldering, and well versed in IPC standards

·        Experience in an ESD controlled environment

·        Experience with Root Cause/Corrective Action methods

·        Process validation and tool design experience

·        Familiar with TQM, Six Sigma, TPS, etc.

 

Education/Previous Experience Requirements

 

BSME,BSEE, BSMfgE, BSIE, or equivalent, plus at least 5 years of applicable work experience

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

It is a requirement that an employee in this position receives theCOVID-19 vaccination (completes the one or two shots required prior to starting employment).

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Accounts Payable Accountant

Job Summary:

 

The Accounts Payable Accountant is responsible for performing a wide variety of accounting functions under the direction of the Accounting Manager.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

 

Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

 

·        Process all invoices and payments

·        Respond timely to vendor inquiries regarding finance

·        Reconcile work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balances

·        Maintain historical payment records

·        Maintain vendor database

·        Serve as backup for payroll process

·        Other duties that from time to time may be assigned

 

Qualifications:

 

Essential:

·        Must be able to administer policies

·        Ability to handle confidential matters

·        Basic mathematical skills

·        Must be proficient in Excel and Word

·        Ability to maintain good working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, management, and outside customers and vendors

 

Desired:

·        Knowledge of data processing capabilities and procedures, including the use of ERP systems

·        Excellent verbal and written skills

 

Education/Previous Experience Requirements:

 

·        Associate’s degree in Accounting desired

·        At least two (2) years experience or any combination of experience, education, and training which provides an appropriate level of knowledge, skill and ability  

 

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change.  

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

It is a requirement that an employee in this position receives the COVID-19 vaccination(completes the one or two shots required prior to starting employment).

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Production Control Coordinator

Production Control Coordinator

Job Summary

Under limited supervision, is responsible for daily production control tasks for assigned area (i.e. AMG, SMT or EA whichever is applicable) tasks with major emphasis on material flow and transaction integrity. This position monitors all job orders for designated work centers, job orders in production areas, and communicates the job status to appropriate department (i.e. Sales, Scheduling or Value Stream teams, whichever is applicable). This position will also cross train to back up all other production control personnel in production and electrical stockroom responsibilities.

 

Primary Responsibilities

·        Review material status and production schedule for accuracy and distribute to Line Leads, if applicable.

·        Responsible for status updates of production jobs for designated work centers.

·        Investigates material as needed for production including root cause analysis on shortages or job variances.

·        Will complete work order variance analysis and corrections, accurately report work order scrap and lost parts, help control inventory levels in WIP, and data entry of jobs and operation completion.

·        Responsible for smooth and timely transfer of products to and from production areas.

·        Communicate engineering/deviation changes on jobs as designated Value Stream team or Engineering.

·        Investigate and process line returns from production to stockroom including root cause analysis.

·        Transact job activity into the computerized inventory system (Syteline experience preferred).

·        Communicate and help coordinate fixes for inaccurate routings or BOMs with Engineering and production personnel.

·        Deliver parts from Receiving to SMT & EA stock locations, if applicable.

·        Transact material adjustment forms, if applicable.

·        Assist in cycle count if requested for own stock locations.

·        Update and monitor released jobs on job boards or other methods prioritizing by date.

·        Communicate part shortages to Buyers and Master Scheduling.

·        Assist in part put away and kitting if requested.

·        Ability to work overtime and long hours as needed to support production shipments.

·        Ability to communicate professionally with all levels of management, as well with internal department heads.

·        Maintain the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above.

·        Understand and live by AIS ethics and business conduct policies.

Qualifications

Essential:

·        Ability to work together as a team and communicate in positive manner with all levels of personnel.

·        Be open to change in responsibilities and advanced cross-training in all stockroom areas.

·        Maintain an assertive attitude towards problem solving and maintaining accurate inventory records.

·        Good understanding of computerized bills of material, material pick lists, shop travelers, and MRP/ERP.

·        Accuracy must be maintained in all transactions and inventory for both receiving and issuing material to and from the production areas.

·        Must be able to follow and understand instruction with ease, both written and oral, and be flexible in performing job functions.

·        Possess knowledge of master scheduling, material handling and inventory control processes.

·        Ability to read and understand production generated reports.

·        Able to recognize quality and or efficiency issues and recommend corrective action.

·        Understand and apply appropriate quality improvement processes.

Desired:

·        Ability to work with others and cross train as a member of a flexible team.

·        Advanced computer skills/knowledge and data entry skills.

·        Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

·        Promote teamwork and cooperative effort.

·        Help train and give guidance to employees.

·        Maintain a clean, safe, and unobstructed work area.

·        Provide customers with the highest quality of products and services.

Education/Previous Experience Requirements

·        Highschool diploma or GED.

·        Minimum f one (1) year ERP/MRP system and/or scheduling experience preferred.

·        Previous manufacturing experience preferred.

 

This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

It is a requirement that an employee in this position receives the COVID-19 vaccination (completes the one or two shots required prior to starting employment).

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Project Manager

Project Manager

Advanced Input Systems, AIS, located in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is a leading design and manufacturer of Human Machine eXperience (HMX) Products and Solutions for a broad range of markets and applications. Our growing team has a rare opening for an energetic Project Manager to help drive activities through our New Product Introduction (NPI) and Concurrent Development Processes, with direct responsibility for the projects, teams, and customers between Project Kick-off and Pilot Production.

This opportunity is ideal for individuals that have a strong passion and experience for employing a Systems Engineering mindset to lead technology projects and associated teams; and doing so while driving and fostering a great culture. Our business develops Standard Products and OEM Custom solutions consisting of electro-mechanical HMI assemblies, including medical and industrial display interfaces, touchscreens, control panels, virtual reality wearables, and infection control products. This critical position leads cross-functional teams, collaborates broadly with internal AIS organizations at all levels, and acts as the primary customer interface.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the overall management of product development projects from conception through early production
  • Acts as the primary technical and business lead for AIS internal and customer development teams
  • Drives our organization’s project activities in alignment with AIS New Product Introduction (NPI) process, based on Concurrent Development methodologies
  • Works with the team to develop business case justifications and project proposals including scope of project, technical architecture, investments and project plan
  • Manage the triad: Scope, Cost, Time
  • Leads Mechanical, Electrical, Firmware, Software, Manufacturing and Test, Reliability, PCB engineering functions and activities assigned to the project. Drive Agile SCRUM teams based on project need
  • Own system level design reviews
  • BOM and Engineering Change Order (ECO) management during pre-production
  • Prototype, Alpha, and Beta build management and associated stage-gate approvals
  • Manage customer relationship, expectations and customer accountability
  • Innovate by driving continuous improvement changes throughout our processes and business

Candidates for this position should have the following qualifications:

  • Engineering or Technical background desired given the nature of our capabilities and product portfolio
  • Preferred experience with Concurrent Engineering and Manufacturing Environments
  • MS-Project and other collaboration tools experience
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and written, with customers, vendors, and factory teams
  • Familiarity with CE, UL, FCC, ISO 13485, etc. agency requirements
  • Fluent in Risk Assessment and Management
  • Familiarity with Reliability Engineering methodologies including FMEA, worst case, stress, durability analysis and HALT
  • Self-starter, highly motivated, extremely collaborative, and can implement change
  • Bachelor’s degree (BS/BA) required and a minimum of 5 years project management experience or equivalent work experience. Advanced degree, for example an MBA, a plus
  • Must be willing to work out of the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho office. This is not a remote-work position.
  • Must be a US person. Due to US Military and Defense contracts, we are unable to consider non-US persons for this role.
  • Product Managers and Project Engineers with relevant experience may be considered for this role, which could offer hybrid job functions depending on experience.

You should apply if:

  • You want to live, work and play in North Idaho with its abundance of natural resources to support outdoor recreation all year!
  • You are humble (i.e. readily acknowledges weakness, easily admits mistakes freely and openly, offers and accepts apologies, compliments or praises without hesitation)
  • You are hungry (i.e. does more than required of the job, and feels a personal responsibility for success of the team, willing to take on tedious or challenging tasks when necessary)
  • You have high emotional intelligence (i.e. understands what others are feeling, shows empathy to the team, aware of how words and actions impact others, adjusts behavior and style to fit the nature of the conversation or relationship)
  • Your entrepreneurial spirit fosters innovation and change to keep us nimble, capable, and competitive
  • Your positive attitude is infectious
  • You flourish with a startup-like mindset company where everyone prioritizes a team-first approach and wears multiple hats to get the job done
  • You want to have fun!

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

It is a requirement that an employee in this position receives the COVID-19 vaccination(completes the one or two shots required prior to starting employment).

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Staff Accountant

Our company is a growing collection of entrepreneurial manufacturing, sales, and engineering professionals dedicated to pushing state of the art human machine interfaces. We are looking for a Staff Accountant with positive energy to be responsible for a wide variety of regular and recurring moderately complex accounting functions. This position will require someone who excels in accounting while managing day-to-day tactical details of the accounting department needs and goals.

You should apply if: You thrive in a dynamic team environment focused on innovation. Providing support and solutions for internal customers gives you a sense of accomplishment. You know what the right thing to do for your department while balancing business needs simultaneously.

This position includes, but not limited to:

·        Participates in the balancing, and reconciliation of the general ledger and subsidiary accounts for Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets, Inventory and Costing

·        Apply cash and assist with resolution of customer Accounts Receivable

·        Assist with data entry and resolution of vendor Accounts Payable

·        May serve as backup to Payroll

·        Prepares entries for the general ledger

·        Establishes and maintains accounting records

·        Assists in interpreting accounts, records and reports for department managers/supervisors

·        Assists in the preparation and analysis of management financial reports and budgets

·        Prepares work papers, financial statements, tax reports and other special projects for internal accounting and auditing, and other outside customers, vendors or consultants

·        Other duties as may be assigned from time to time

 

Qualifications

·        Able to understand and follow complex instructions

·        Proficient in computers and Microsoft Office applications

·        Excellent attendance record

·        Must be able to administer policies & procedures

·        Ability to handle confidential matters

·        Must have advanced Excel skills (complex formulas, lookups, pivot tables, macros, etc.)

·        Ability to communicate both orally and in writing with a wide range of people

·        Ability to multitask and prioritize job responsibilities

Desired:

·        Knowledge of data processing capabilities and procedures, including the use of ERP systems

·        Able to present a professional image to customers and vendors

·        Ability to maintain good working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, management, department head staff, and various outside customers and vendors

 

Education/Previous Experience Requirements

 

·        Bachelors Degree in Business with a Major in Accounting or Finance

·        At least two (2) years experience or any combination of experience, education, and training which provides an appropriate level of knowledge, skill and ability

 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

It is a requirement that an employee in this position receives the COVID-19 vaccination(completes the one or two shots required prior to starting employment).

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Sales Manager

Our company is a growing collection of entrepreneurial manufacturing, sales, and engineering professionals dedicated to pushing state-of-the-art human machine experience solutions. We are looking for a Sales Manager for our Medigenic Infection Control keyboard and mice products.

You should apply if: You thrive in a dynamic team environment focused on innovation. Working closely with both internal and external teams and stakeholders is exciting to you!  You enjoy the process of growing, developing, and supporting advancement for team members under your supervision.

Our Sales Manager role is responsible for identifying, developing and winning new business meeting target criteria, in support of achieving its annual bookings goal within the assigned region, product or market segment.  

This role is responsible for all aspects of leading Medigenic sales to include:

·        Achieve sales growth targets

·        Identify desirable prospects aligned to target growth market strategies

·        Execute strategies through customer outreach, presentation, proposal and negotiation phases directly with customers and in support of distribution channel efforts

·        Establish and execute sales plans with Distributors, supporting key customer opportunities as needed

·        Maintain and present detailed growth plans by utilizing provided tools to track activity and actions in all lead and opportunity pipeline phases

·        Report on progress and results via prescribed methods, such as trip reports, sales pipeline reviews, strategic account reviews, and competitive threat analyses

·        Perform responsibilities adhering to all company policies and government requirements for confidentiality, prohibited party screening and trade compliance, etc.

Essential Qualifications:

·        Five (5) years minimum successful OEM and/or Channel Sales experience selling medical device solutions to Hospital and/or Dental networks

·        Demonstrated knowledge of Hospital and/or Dental network buying contacts and processes

·        Demonstrated ability to generate high levels of business development activity under a variety of conditions and constraints

·        Must travel consistently in region of responsibility and occasionally outside of region as required

Desired Qualifications:

·        B.S. or degree in technology or business with at least five (5) years applicable sales experience

·        Sales experience specific to infection control solutions is desirable

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet

It is a requirement that an employee in this position receives the COVID-19vaccination (completes the one or two shots required prior to starting employment).

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Value Stream Customer Liaison

Our company is a growing collection of entrepreneurial manufacturing, sales, and engineering professionals dedicated to pushing state-of-the-art human machine experience solutions. We are looking for a Value Stream Customer Liaison to lead a value stream within the medical, industrial, or commercial markets.

You should apply if: You thrive in a dynamic team environment focused on innovation. Working closely with both internal and external teams and stakeholders is exciting to you! You enjoy the process of growing, developing, and supporting advancement for team members under your supervision.

Our Value Stream Customer Liaison is an integral position for driving success in our manufacturing and sales organizations while balancing needs for process improvements and cost-saving initiatives.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Business
  • 3-5 year’s minimum experience
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Value Stream Manager

Our company is a growing collection of entrepreneurial manufacturing, sales, and engineering professionals dedicated to pushing state-of-the-art human machine experience solutions. We are looking for a Value Stream Manager to lead a value stream team within the medical, industrial, or commercial markets. 

 You should apply if: You thrive in a dynamic team environment focused on innovation. Working closely with both internal and external teams and stakeholders is exciting to you!  You enjoy the process of growing, developing, and supporting advancement for team members under your supervision. 

 Our Value Stream Manager is an integral position for driving success in our manufacturing and sales organizations while balancing needs for process improvements and cost-saving initiatives.

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Product Manager

Advanced Input Systems, AIS, located in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is a leading design and manufacturer of Human Machine eXperience (HMX) Products and Solutions for a broad range of markets and applications. Our growing product team is looking for an energetic Product Manager to help drive accelerated growth with market-driven Hardware Products to achieve our HMX goals. You’ll help align our competencies in Touch and Touchless HMI Technologies to develop new Display Interface Products. This role will support the Discovery phase of identifying unmet market needs through extensive primary market research that influences Product Requirements for Medical, Industrial, and Commercial markets.

This opportunity is ideal for individuals that have a strong passion and experience for developing entirely new markets and products that deliver differentiated value to our customers. This critical position collaborates broadly with internal AIS organizations including Engineering, Sales, Marketing, and Operations. You will support product strategy activities such as Requirements and Minimum Viable Product (MVP), and participate in the definition, influence, and management of Roadmaps that align business/customer need and market opportunity. You will help drive the Launch of assigned products including Positioning, Content Creation, Distribution Strategies, Product Pricing, Promotional Definition and other product lifecycle activities.

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Supply Chain Engineer

Our company is a growing collection of entrepreneurial manufacturing, sales, and engineering professionals dedicated to pushing state-of-the-art human machine experience solutions. We are looking for a Supply Chain engineer to be engaged with all aspects of the product development process.

You should apply if: You thrive in a dynamic team environment focused on innovation. Working closely with both internal and external teams and stakeholders and using analytics to drive outsourcing initiatives is exciting to you!  Our Supply Chain Engineer is an integral position for driving quality in materials across the organization while balancing needs for process improvements and cost-saving initiatives.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Plan and implement overall supply chain strategy for products
  • Collaborate with engineering, operations, value stream leaders and quality to determine key supply chain KPIs
  • Develop supplier base by actively sourcing, identifying and evaluating new supplier sources and conduct negotiations to obtain the maximum benefit for the company
  • Work with existing and new suppliers to lower materials cost through value engineering, reverse engineering, new design, alternative substitution, or relaxing of tolerance or standardizing of materials.
  • Manage supplier service agreements and supplier quality management to continuously improve quality standards
  • Develop systems and procedures for:
  • Selecting and monitoring suppliers and ensuring their ability to meet engineering and quality standards
  • Verifying parts and materials received meet requirements in a cost-effective manner
  • Establishing and maintaining strong supplier relationships

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AIS Global HR Director

Our company is a growing collection of entrepreneurial manufacturing, sales, and engineering professionals dedicated to pushing state-of-the-art human machine experience solutions.  We offer excellent benefits and a flexible working environment. We are looking for a Global HR Director with excellent leadership, positive energy and international HR experience. 

You should apply if:

  • You thrive in a dynamic team environment focused on innovation
  • Providing support and solutions for internal customers gives you a sense of accomplishment 
  • You enjoy working in a diverse, multi-cultural global environment
  • You are passionate about recruiting, acquiring, developing and retaining motivated, talented employees

The Global HR Director is responsible for:

  • Active recruiting for professional/executive staff for all business units, including international
  • Establishing and maintaining a global talent and succession management process
  • Leads, promotes, and drives AISG Cultural development with a goal in acquiring and developing teams that value innovation, diversity and inclusion.
  • Supports CEO in HR related M&A activities including the integration of new businesses into AISG. 
  • Implements new HR policies and establishes training with newly integrated businesses 
  • Maintaining an effective global salary administration and performance feedback and merit process
  • Coordination with business units to ensure Corporate HR policies, programs, and reporting processes are being adhered. 
  • Liaison with local BU HR on any HR process / policy change recommendations for regional or global implementation.
  • Works with the local BU HR Manager on all elevated worker compensation claims, high risk terminations, and employment claims that require legal representation/consultation.
  • Routine HR support as required for international business unit.

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