Application Specialist - North area of China

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Technical Support
Regular Full-Time


PolyWorks Shanghai, a subsidiary of InnovMetric Software, markets PolyWorks® 3D metrology software solutions for industries in the region. It also provides high-end technical services to PolyWorks® customers, including technical support, training, metrology process consulting, and software customization.


Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Quebec City, QC, Canada, InnovMetric Software Inc. is the leading provider of universal 3D metrology software solutions. The world’s largest industrial manufacturing organizations, including GM, Volkswagen, Tesla, BMW, Boeing, and Apple trust InnovMetric’s PolyWorks® software solutions.


With its subsidiaries and joint ventures, InnovMetric has over 450 employees spanning 16 countries.


PolyWorks Shanghai is currently looking for an Application Specialist located in Shenyang or Changchun or Beijing.


We are currently looking for an Application Specialist to provide PolyWorks-related technical services in North area of China.

As part of this opportunity, the candidate is expected to:


  • Gain in-depth knowledge of our industrial metrology solutions;
  • Provide technical support and basic and advanced trainings to customers and business partners; and
  • Assist business partners in giving software demonstrations to potential customers.


This position is primarily home-based and frequent travel across the Chinese territory is to be expected.


The successful candidate might also be required to occasionally travel to InnovMetric’s headquarters in Canada.



  • University degree in mechanical engineering or a similar field
  • Good written and spoken English
  • Willingness to travel frequently
  • Sociable and determined to understand and meet the needs of our customers
  • Experience with CAD/CAM software and design as well as manufacturing processes
  • CNC CMM experience (asset)
  • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience


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