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LEVEL II PRESS OPERATOR

LEVEL II PRESS OPERATOR The Daily Reflector in Greenville, NC is seeking an experienced Level II Press Operator. This position requires the Press Operator to be proficient in basic newspaper printing techniques including basic ink/water balance, registration and press quality standards. Responsibilities: Reading print order forms Operate a forklift and clamp truck Prepare rolls of newsprint for printing press Maintain consumables used during the operation of the printing press (ink, water, solvent, grease) Operate and understand paster/zero speed splicer with less than 5% missed splices Engage and disengage printing units as needed Bend and hang printing plates efficiently Properly clean, mount and remove press blankets and press ink/water rollers Enter all production information into data collection Perform all work in accordance with established safety procedures Troubleshoot and problem solve Candidate must be able to read and write English, perform basic math skills, build rapport and work in a team environment, as well as work in a fast paced environment which requires good time management and a high standard of quality. Candidate must be able to lift up to 60 pounds and stand for long periods of time. Position requires overtime and ability to work a flexible schedule which may include working some weekends and holidays. Requires one to two years of offset printing experience. We are a diverse company that prints newspapers and commercial print work. We are committed to providing a top quality product to our customers. Our employees are the foundation to our success. Our benefit package includes health and dental insurance, flexible spending account, life insurance, 401(k), paid holidays, vacation and sick time. Qualified candidates should send resume to hmanning@reflector.com or mail to The Daily Reflector PO Box 1967, Greenville, NC 27835-1967. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. As published in The Daily Reflector

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