Print Expert Full-time (super Team And Benefits), Dartmouth, Staples Canada Inc.

Published 2022-08-14
Expires 2022-09-14
ID #1127441729
Print Expert Full-time (super Team And Benefits), Dartmouth, Staples Canada Inc.
Canada, Nova Scotia, Dartmouth,
Published August 14, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Print expert full-time (super team and benefits)

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Who we are

As the Working and Learning Company, we at Staples Canada, are dynamic, inspiring partners to our customers and the communities in which we live. At Staples, we inspire people to work smarter, learn more and grow every day. We look for people who are curious, approachable, and passionate, and who enjoy finding solutions.

If that’s you, let’s work, learn, and grow together.

We are building an inclusive and diverse team

Staples Canada is creating an inclusive and diverse work environment. We welcome, value and thrive on perspectives and contributions from backgrounds that vary by race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, lifestyle, age, educational background, national origin, religion or physical ability. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.
Some of what you will do
This position is accountable for meeting quality standards in a print department. Processes customer orders efficiently and accurately to maximize profitability and by providing high quality service. They will manage jobs from order entry through to completion according to customer specifications.

Specifically, You Will
Executes production tasks such as processing customer orders in an efficient, accurate manner and paying close attention to detail and instructions, and follow proper production procedures (set up, quality control, and finishing).
Collaborates with team members to ensure all orders are completed efficiently and accurately.
Responsible to deliver assigned jobs on time with a high level of accuracy.
Responsible for the safe and proper use of all store equipment and are required to inform management of any maintenance issues regarding the equipment.
Promotes and maintains a safe working environment and follows all company protocols for safety and is required to report any unsafe working conditions to a manager.
Some of what you need
1-2 Years in print production environment.
Working towards or successful completion of high school is preferred.
Additional information
Demonstrate skills with computers and Microsoft software applications would be an asset.
Demonstrate technical capability and knowledge working with print and finishing equipment.
Can engage appropriately and work as part of a team.

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