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Experienced Print Press Operators & Lithographic Press Assistants

Experienced Print Press Operators, Machine Operators & Lithographic Press Assistants - Established label manufacturer seeks several Print Press Operators and an experienced Press Assistant to work full-time at their production facility in Batavia, OH.

You will earn $18 an hour as a press operator and $15 an hour as a press assistant, plus overtime, as needed! You will also enjoy an excellent benefits package that includes:
Paid vacation time off.
Several medical, dental, and vision health insurance options.
Company supplied life and disability insurance.
A 401k retirement plan with company match.
Ten paid holidays off.
Tuition reimbursement.
And much more!

WORK DAYS: 6 AM - 6 PM OR NIGHTS: 6 PM - 6 AM
You will work 12-hour shifts on a rotating schedule. You will have 4 days off one week and 3 days off the following week.

Your responsibilities will include:
Assisting operators or operating the presses, leading the press crew and running the job in a productive and efficient manner.
Monitoring press performance (registration, copy, color and other quality parameters) on a regular basis.
Attaining and maintaining all defined job objectives related to the planning and execution of quick change over.
Managing the ink and water balance to print on plastic substrate.

To be considered, you must have at least 1 year of experience related to the position that you are applying for. In addition, you must be authorized to work in the United States and pass a color test.

If you are detail-oriented and know your way around a lithographic press, then we want to hear from you now! Please send your resume or work history to:
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Or Call:
513-371-9140
To schedule an interview.


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