• Offset Printing Press Operator

  • Expired
  • Allegra Naples
  • Naples, Florida

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Job Description

Company:

Allegra Naples is a growing, community-minded company that has been in business for over forty years. The work environment is team-oriented, friendly, fast-paced, and fun. Our Core Values include: Relationship-focused, Integrity, Accountability, Positive Attitude, Quality, and Gratitude. This is a rare opportunity in a company with low staff turnover.

 

Position Description:

The Offset Press Operator is responsible for producing all offset presswork in compliance with job specifications and quality standards. This person must schedule workloads to meet customer time requirements. They will perform daily and weekly maintenance on equipment to ensure optimum output. This person is a vital part of the overall customer service provided and will work closely with other team members.

 

Qualifications:

  • High school or GED equivalent.
  • Vocational/technical degree in graphic arts is desired.
  • Three years recent press operator experience.
  • Requires good mathematical skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Able to apply written instructions to machine set-up and maintenance.
  • Thorough knowledge of problem solving on press.
  • Good understanding of prepress functions.
  • Meet or exceed minimum test results if required.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Operate Shinohara four-color press with coater
  • Operate Heidelberg QM two-color press.
  • Operate platemaker to produce photo plates.
  • Comply with all OSHA safety requirements.
  • Clean and maintain equipment following daily, weekly schedules.
  • Perform all press operator functions as noted on the work order/job tickets.
  • Operate plate maker to produce photo direct and metal plates.
  • Mix ink when required and interface with the Customer Service Representative (CSR) and/or the Graphic Designer to receive color match approval prior to printing job.
  • Maintain knowledge of safety requirements of job and equipment; be familiar with Material Safety Data Sheets regarding chemicals used.
  • Operate bindery equipment as needed.
  • Assist with job packaging as needed.
  • Purchase/order press supplies and paper as needed.
  • Inform supervisor of equipment problems.
  • End of Day Procedures:
    • Clean all ink out of presses.
    • Dispose of waste materials in compliance with EPA standards.
    • Schedule next day work.
    • Daily recording of production and spoilage — using Daily
  • Monitor quality of all offset presswork.
  • Maintain clean and organized production area.
  • Participate in daily production meetings when required.
  • Abide by center policies/procedures as outlined in the employee manual.
  • Coordinate with Production Team to produce and prioritize jobs, and when necessary reorganize to meet deadline changes and updates.
  • Participate as a key player in the Production Team by supporting operations as needed.
  • Communicate effectively with the General Manager/Owner, the Production Manager, the Sales Team, and the Production Team, informing and updating them regularly to guarantee that both sales and customer objectives are met.

 

Benefits:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Life insurance
  • Paid holidays
  • Vacation/PTO

 

Compensation:

Competitive with the market.

Job ID: 355282916