HP INDIGO PRESS OPERATOR
$44,000 - $55,000/year
START DATE: ASAP
LOCATION: 1-5295 John Lucas Dr, Burlington, ON L7L 6A8
HOURS: 8:00am to 5:00pm, Tuesday to Saturday, with some variability
Do you enjoy honing your skills, tinkering with machines, and ensuring an optimal outcome? Do you believe in continuous improvement and keeping detailed records? Do you wish to be a part of a successful team, who enjoys laughter and many office treats, while working together to change the industry? If yes, ROOTREE is looking for you! Our HP Indigo Press Operators are responsible for the operation of our digital printing presses. As a crucial step of the artwork and production process, this role requires extremely close attention to detail and a drive to provide optimal products for our clients. We are willing to train the right candidate with less experience. Out of country applicants will be considered.
Skills & Experience
3-5 years of machine or printing press operation experience;
Experience working with HP Indigo digital printing presses is a significant asset;
Ability to learn new skills quickly;
Impressive attention to detail;
Excellent communication skills;
A great attitude in the workplace;
Experience trouble-shooting a variety of production concerns;
As passion for continuously improving company processes;
Previous experience with Nulogy or other ERP systems an asset.
Setting up printing press for various types of film material, based on various specifications
Operating HP Indigo digital printing press, trouble-shooting inconsistencies, paying extremely close attention to machine outputs, quality control, and variances
Managing machine tooling, general machine maintenance, replacing parts, and reporting issues or potential future issues to management.
Taking an active learning role for company product knowledge and allowable variances.
Maintaining various reports, compliance paperwork, and work logs.
Following appropriate naming conventions, shorthand, and notes to complete logs.
Providing feedback on new materials and processes from an efficiency and sustainability perspective
Keeping a clean, organized, and safe work area.
Working as part of the team to ensure deliverables are met, ensuring proper communication between production teams.
Developing and maintaining professional relationships with all production staff.
ROOTREE is Canada’s leading manufacturer of environmentally responsible flexible packaging. Operating as one efficient, integrated system, we offer many services under one roof; our main branches include Creative Services, Flexible Packaging (manufacturing), and Contract Packing.
On behalf of our family, our community, and our planet, we work every day to reshape the packaging industry. We are continually investing in green technologies and adopting sustainable manufacturing procedures that allow us to produce with up to 75% less waste than our conventional competitors.
ROOTREE is in an exciting time of growth! We have recently amalgamated our office and manufacturing facility in a new head office in Burlington. We are also in the process of designing our brand-new, state-of-the-art, LEED Gold head office in north Burlington, to be constructed within the next two years.
If you’re energized by making a real difference as part of a winning team, we want to hear from you!
How to Apply
To apply, please submit resume and cover letter via email to email@example.com with the subject line DPPO2020. Feel free to send other materials that might help you stand out from the crowd.
Thank you for interest in ROOTREE. For the safety of our employees, we are only accepting applications by email. Additionally, only potential candidates will be contacted back for an interview. Follow us on LinkedIn to stay current on our job opportunities.
Please note, our hiring process requires reference checks and a police check. References will be required prior to an offer being forwarded. Police checks are required, if hired, within three weeks of the start date. Please note, police checks are not used to disqualify candidates.
ROOTREE is committed to removing accessibility barriers and meeting legislative requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to providing accommodations should they be required.