Apprentice/Insert Machine/Bindery Operator I

Lafayette, LA, USA Req #6432

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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Apprentice/Insert Machine/Bindery Operator I
Gannett Publishing Services
Lafayette, LA

Responsibilities:

Must have at least 3+ yrs supervisory experience

  • Fully proficient in Microsoft Office products
  • Mirasert experience a plus
  • Operates Quipp stackers ,Dynaric strappers
  • Verify inserts and production runs for insert accuracy
  • Teach new employees how to perform the job they will be assigned to

Must be able to frequently perform the following:

Lift 50 pounds, stand for prolonged periods, bend, crawl, stoop, and twist.

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