Harland Clarke Corp
Digital Printer Operator - 1st Shift Laser (Marketing)
Harland Clarke is a leading provider of quality payment solutions, multi-channel marketing campaigns, and secure data-driven lead generation programs and critical communications. In addition, Harland Clarke provides promotional products, call centers, and governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions. The company delivers operational excellence and intelligent solutions to more than 50 million consumers and 5 million small and medium sized businesses per year through its relationships with 8,500+ of the nation's leading financial institutions, large retailers, affiliate marketing companies and accounting software providers. Harland Clarke is a wholly owned subsidiary of Harland Clarke Holdings. For more information, visit www.harlandclarke.com or follow Harland Clarke on LinkedIn and on Twitter @HarlandClarke.
Digital Printer Operator
Responsible for completing job assignments, planning and scheduling work, making production and/or service-related decisions, and taking action on problems. Jointly responsible for whole work processes, performing multiple tasks, setting staffing plans and production goals for the current day with other team members. Provides information to other team members during shift overlap to improve overall plant performance.
Education and Knowledge Required
High school diploma or equivalent.
Experience / Skills / Abilities Required
Experience working with computers.
Physical Requirements / Working Conditions
Must be flexible and have the ability to work overtime and cover other shifts, sometimes on short notice. Position frequently interacts with people from natural teams sharing data and/or information. Performance Excellence qualities such as positive attitude, sense of urgency, enthusiasm, team oriented, commitment to excellence. Communication is with internal and external customers. Must have the ability to multitask. Misc. other tasks as assigned by management, to include shipping and work cell support functions.
Manufacturing work: exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally; lifting up to 50lbs. occasionally and up to 20 lbs. frequently. Strength and manual dexterity needed to move objects, must be able to stand for 8-10 hour shift.