Part Time Inserter 1

Feed inserts into insert hoppers, stack down print jobs on stackers, and stack down packages on main line.

Feed printed inserts into insert hoppers. Goal is to keep hoppers stocked properly (neither too full or under filled) and running smoothly.

Stack down newspapers, preprint packages or other preprints. Also, count pieces or bundles.

Assist with loading and/or catching the following ancillary equipment: the Saddle stitcher, the Videojet, and the Baum Quarterfolder.

Assist in maintaining a clean and safe work environment, including cleaning in and around equipment on a regular basis. Be a willing participant in safety compliance and safe practices. Also, perform other Packaging duties as assigned.


High school or equivalent experience.

No experience necessary. Relevant experience in newspaper or print operation focused on press and/or post press, helpful.


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