Digital Print Operator


Job summary

Harrison Scott Associates
Based on Experience
Contract Type:
Full Time
Expiry Date:

About the job

We have a fantastic opportunity for a Digital Print Operator to join a specialist printer dedicated to pushing the boundaries of technology and providing customers with the best opportunities to deliver their print campaigns.

The successful candidate will:

  • Operate multiple print machines and will work to a planned schedule.
  • Ensure each job is signed off as correct before full production commences and signed off as complete at the end.
  • Confirm all jobs have first off approvals either full-scale or mini proofs.
  • Internally source material for each job and set up the machine correctly.
  • Completion of print jobs in line with the production plan and successful interpretation of job cards/work instructions to customer specifications.
  • Operate the IDC and rip jobs to the print machine.
  • Completion of production paperwork i.e. handover sheets/count sheets.
  • Identification and resolution of machine troubleshooting.
  • Upon completion of jobs, transport to the finishing team with the associated paperwork.
  • Report any deviations relating to the job card and/or materials to the Department Manager
  • Support the whole team in the efficient running of the department.
  • Ensure quality checks are completed as per Company process.
  • Observe all print processes and inspect products to verify conformance to specifications.

We are looking for candidates who possess:

  • A solid digital printing background and experience within a fast-paced role
  • Strong teamwork and communication skills.
  • The ability to use own initiative and ‘think outside of the box’.
  • An ability to multi-task, work to tight deadlines and are detail-orientated.
  • Personal time management and people skills.
  • Logic and reasoning to identify solutions to problems.
  • The flexibility on start and finish times to match customer requirements and sudden changes in dispatch requirement.
  • Ability to work 12-hour shifts.

The working pattern operates on a 12-hour shift basis over a four-week period (rotating including day and night shifts).

Week 1- 6am-18:00pm (Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

Week 2 – 6am-18:00pm (Wednesday and Thursday)

Week 3 – 18:00pm -6am (Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

Week 4 – 18:00pm- 6am (Wednesday and Thursday)

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