We're Hiring! Shipping Technician

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Key Tasks

 All employees of the Shipping Department are expected to:

Operate any assigned equipment, whether electronic jacks, hand carts, or vehicles in an efficient, productive and safe manner

Adhere to all schedules

Meet established quality metrics as established for the department

Provide daily and basic maintenance on machines as appropriate

Keep work areas neat and clean

 Included in the above responsibilities the Shipping Technician will be expected to:

Maintaining warehouse inventory

Adding new items to inventory

Routing drivers

Handles day to day shipping processes

Call pick-ups for recycling

Responsible for bill of ladings, packing lists, correct labels

Calls in for freight pick-ups

Generates special drops off of the shipping software

Receive all incoming material company-wide, check quantity against purchase orders to verify fulfillment and check for and report any damage.

Handles all shipping responsibilities when Shipping Supervisor is on vacation with help from Bindery Manager.

Any other duties requested from the Shipping Supervisor in reference to the shipping/receiving department.

 Critical skills, knowledge, and behaviors

Technical

Able to operate material-moving equipment efficiently and safely.

Proficient in basic computer skills.

Able to read, interpret and use visual instructions in order to perform required work such as job tickets.

Demonstrates effective communication skills.

Behavioral

Orientation towards quality work.

Proactive in anticipating and altering others to problems with projects or processes.

High detail orientation.

Takes initiative and needs little supervision.

Able to prioritize, organize tasks and time and follow up.

Performs responsibilities efficiently and timely.

Able to work well in a team environment and as part of a team.

Education -Experience

High School diploma.

Must be trained in operating a forklift.

2-3 years experience in a similar position.   

Physical demands

Will operate a forklift and electronic floor jack.

Physical movements including bending, stooping and lifting up to 70 pounds.  

Work environment

Work is performed in a shop/warehouse environment.  Heat and cold variances.

 

We're Hiring! Finishing & Mailing Production Lead

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Key Tasks

Ensure that the department meets its target goals of quality, customer satisfaction, and profitability by overseeing the process and personnel of the Small Format Finishing, and Mailing Operation.

Ensuring the department is adequately and competently staffed for multiple shifts; provide input/recommendations regarding the supervisory functions of hiring, disciplining, evaluating, setting compensation, and terminating to the Digital Print, Mail Services, Fulfillment Manager.

Match personnel to the appropriate equipment for maximum efficiency and profitability on multiple shifts.

Ensure that finishing and mail personnel operate according to job and client specifications.

Ensure that the finishing and mail personnel meet the established schedules for all jobs.

Ensure daily schedule is met.

Assist in the operation of the equipment, including working in production.

Ensure all quality metrics are met.

Manage waste and spoilage according to company metrics.

Operate within the established budget for the department.

Take appropriate steps to ensure machines are operating efficiently on a daily basis.

Assist in performing Quarterly and Annual reviews.

Critical skills, knowledge, and behaviors

Thorough knowledge of the processes and operations of finishing and mailing.

Effective analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills (can gather and analyze data and information and draw conclusions).  Able to think logically and analytically.

Demonstrated ability to read and interpret financial statements.  Ability to analyze financial information, recognize trends, and make decisions.  Can operate within a budget.

Able to manage an overall process of a department or division, including setting and meeting schedules, prioritizing and following up on tasks, and performing responsibilities efficiently and timely (time management).

Able to read, interpret, and use visual instructions for performing tasks.

Effective supervisory skills, including recruiting, teaching, coaching, mentoring, and terminating.  Able to guide others towards professional development in the industry.  Can hold others accountable for performance.

Effective verbal and interpersonal skills.  Can effectively communicate with a variety of individuals with diverse backgrounds, education, and experience.

Demonstrates orientation towards quality and customer service.

Proactive in anticipating and alerting others to problems with projects or processes.

Able to negotiate with and influence others and able to resolve conflicts.

Proficient in computer skills, i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, and Internet usage.


Education - Experience

High School diploma.  Prefer post-secondary degree in print management or similar discipline.

10+ years experience in the printing industry.

 

Physical demands

Physical movements including bending, stooping, and lifting up to 40 pounds.

 

Work environment

Work is performed in a production shop environment.  Heat and cold variances.  Exposure to commercial printing inks.

 

Butler University - 2018 Top Dawg Competition

 ItBrella’s Team:  Taylor Crowe, Mickey Kane, Max Kucer, and Grace Lagoner.

ItBrella’s Team:  Taylor Crowe, Mickey Kane, Max Kucer, and Grace Lagoner.

Bulter University's TOP DAWG Competition

Many of our employees have a soft spot for Butler...several are alumni, several are supporters of Butler Athletics, and most of us believe strongly in "The Butler Way." Our own Angi Sowers Dunlavy, Senior Account Executive, served as a judge for the 2018 TOP DAWG BUSINESS PLAN competition.

TOP DAWG is a competition for the Butler Freshman Business class to generate an innovative and marketable new product complete with a supporting business plan and model.  

Student groups pitch their concept to the entire class and four finalists are selected to present to a panel of judges made up of members from the Indianapolis business community. 

The 2018 TOP DAWG is ItBrella, a solar-powered beach umbrella that allows users to charge devices (phones, computers).

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Want to get involved with this innovative program?  Contact the Andre B. Lacy School of Business, Butler University, HERE.

Thanks Butler!

 TOP DAWG Trophy

TOP DAWG Trophy

We're Hiring!

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Feeder Operator: Multi-color, 40” or 28”

Key Tasks

 All feeders regardless of size or complexity of their equipment are expected to:

  • Load stock into the machine and keep the paper being fed in an efficient and productive manner

  • Set up the press per job and adhere to job specifications

  • Meet job schedules

  • Meet established quality metrics

  • Minimize spoilage

  • Provide daily and basic maintenance on machines

  • Operate machines in a safe manner

  • Keep work areas neat and clean

Feeders will generally work on a 40” or a 28” machine.  The larger machine (40”) generates more production, requires more watching and the potential of problems are greater. This job requires more physical activity than required of the operator.

Critical skills, knowledge, and behaviors

Technical

  • Able to proficiently run the assigned press in a productive and safe manner.

  • Proficient in basic computer skills (will log time in on jobs).

  • Abe to read, interpret and use visual instructions in order to perform required work, such as job tickets.

  • Demonstrates effective verbal communication skills.

Behavioral

  

  • Able to think logically and analytically in troubleshooting and solving problems.

  • Orientation towards producing quality work.

  • Proactive in anticipating and altering others to problems with projects or processes.

  • High detail orientation.

  • Takes initiative and needs little supervision.

  • Able to prioritize, organize tasks and time, and follow up.

  • Performs responsibilities efficiently and timely.

  • Able to juggle multiple requests and meet multiple deadlines.

  • Able to work well in a team environment and as part of a team.

Education & Experience

  • High School diploma

  • Feeder: prefer some background in the printing industry

  • Physical demands

  • Must be able to visually determine variances in color.

  • Physical movements including bending, stooping and lifting up to 50 pounds.

  • Will require long periods of standing.

  • A lot of up and down movement on steps for the press at different levels.

  • Must demonstrate manual dexterity to load paper into press.

Work environment

Work is performed in a production shop environment.  Heat and cold variances.  Exposure to commercial printing inks.