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Cowles Company - The Spokesman-Review - Spokane Valley, WA
If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment and have a strong mechanical aptitude. then consider a full-time Commercial Printing Press Operator position at Northwest Offset Printing!...
22 days ago
Cenveo - Kent, WA
Previous printing experience preferred but not required....
12 days ago
Portco Packaging - Woodland, WA
Description The Press Operator accurately and efficiently produces quality printed material with a minimum of supervision required within a safe manner at all times....
90+ days ago

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