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PRINT & BINDERY APPRENTICE for 2019

Overview
Are you looking to start a career at a great company with high potential for career advancement and income growth? Suttle-Straus is looking for an apprentice to join our award winning team in 2019 as a "maker" of creative projects. If you enjoy working with technology and machinery while creating products with your own hands, consider building your career at Suttle-Straus!
Suttle-Straus is a premier provider of printing, digital production, wide format, mailing, custom kitting, warehousing, and distribution services. Winner of the Printing Industries of America's Best Workplace award for 18 consecutive years, we offer a collaborative work environment, great benefits and fantastic co-workers. Our success is founded on three core principles: A clear focus on meeting and exceeding customer expectations; a long history of implementing new technologies to increase quality and efficiency; and the importance of building an outstanding workforce.
We offer a competitive benefits package with immediate eligibility for health, dental, vision and life insurance, and eligibility after 30 days for a company matched 401(k) plan. Generous paid time off accrues monthly from date of hire.
Suttle-Straus is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Responsibilities
The two-year apprenticeship is to designed to teach the Apprentice to assist journeyman operators and/or operate a wide range of press and finishing equipment: web press, sheetfed presses, letter press, folders, cutting systems, saddle stitchers and small finishing equipment. The ideal candidate is detail orientated, has a strong mechanical aptitude and a continuous improvement mindset. This is a full-time, paid position to prepare for a career as a machine operator.
Learning Objectives:
Interpret and follow direction from a work ticket
Interpret layouts and ticket information
Check that correct paper is issued and the correct count
Assist with equipment make ready and set up, including:
Mounting plates and other items needed to process work
Overall set up of the equipment, such as sheet size, coatings, blankets, etc.
Checking work against layouts, proofs and ticket information
Wash ups between jobs
Fill out necessary paper work and records (check list, maintenance log, stock usage, etc.)
Monitor product quality
Trouble shoot and perform adjustments and repairs as needed
Assist with operating: D8 Web press, Komori, Heidelberg & Mitsubishi sheetfed presses, stitcher, folders, die cutters
Set up and operate: Duplicators, letter press, cutters
Assist in the general upkeep of the department:
Install, clean and adjust rollers
Assist in the maintenance and cleaning of the equipment and surrounding area
Keep area free from pallets, skid and skid tops
Remove waste paper, ink and solvents
Qualifications
Skills & Educational Requirements:
Ability to read a ruler
Basic math skills
Ability to work in a fast paced production environment
Ability to work well with co-workers in a team environment
Ability to operate computer based technology
Self-motivated with strong mechanical trouble shooting abilities
High School education or equivalent professional experience
Physical Requirements:
Constant standing and/or moving around
Ability to ascend steps
Manual dexterity
Frequently lift up to 40 lbs.
Occasionally lift up to 70 lbs.
Frequently squat or kneel
Frequently bend

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