Our client, a well-established print solution provider dedicated to reviewing, updated and expanding their range of products to provide a service second-to-none for its customers, has an opening for a multi-skilled finisher.
Priding themselves in achieving outstanding solutions, they are looking for a meticulous, hard-working individual with a keen eye to detail, to keep to the highest of standards and quality checking procedures throughout. We are looking for a great all-rounder, with experience in all the finishing processes including laminating, trimming, creasing & folding, die cutting, binding, booklet making, punching and drilling. Candidates must be capable of taking a confident approach to using finishing machines from set up to run, working to commercial speeds. If selected for this role, it is important you take pride in your work space and maintain all finishing equipment. You will work with efficiency, allowing for minimum waste and high-quality work.
This position has now been filled, but has been left on our website as we have other similar vacancies to this on an ongoing basis that might interest you. More importantly, we have vacancies that are not advertised due to their confidential nature therefore it would certainly be in your interest to email your CV, as a word document, depending on which sector you are in, to :-
Head of Packaging recruitment – Greg Nelson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Print recruitment–Neil Pearson – email@example.com
Head Paper recruitment – Gary Young – firstname.lastname@example.org
Board level, account management and all levels of sales vacancies –
George Thompson – email@example.com
Our divisional heads will then email your CV internally to the consultant who specialises in your exact sector, for example a category of packaging is cartons, a category of print is print management, in fact we have over 30 specialist categories. Our specialist consultant will contact you if we have a live vacancy that matches, or contact you in the near future as soon a good match to skill set and experience becomes available.