This position is ideal for someone with specific experience working on industrial size digital presses. The Digital Operator needs to have a technical mindset, with a strong ability to work independently and be a self-starter.
2 – 3 years of experience on a High Quantity Digital presses (HP Indigo press 7,000 and up, Xerox IGEN, Canon Smart stream, Xeikon and/or sheet-fed offset)
Secondary/High School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
College diploma or degree considered an asset
Highly skilled in ensuring high quality
Excellent ability to follow processes and solve problems
Troubleshooting experience and strong mechanical aptitude
Commitment to work all shifts (days, afternoons, nights) and possibly continental shifts (12 hour rotating shifts: 7AM-7PM., 7PM-7AM)
Level 1 & 2 HP Indigo Certification is an asset
Responsible for the operation of digital format printers and associated finishing equipment
Responsible for making plates for all offset presses on an as needed basis
At times, may be responsible for making plates while monitoring a job running on a digital press
Read, understand and follow work orders
Set-up jobs according to paper type
Review files thoroughly before setting up job
Maintaining a healthy and safe working environment by verifying the safety of machines and equipment and enforcing strict compliance of Health and Safety policies and procedures.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org noting the job title.
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