Copy And Print Associate Resume Examples

copy and print associate

  • Helping customer’s with any print needs they may have.
  • Business card designing.
  • Laminating.
  • Black and color copies.
  • Third part orders such as shirts, mugs, pens and hats.
  • Cashier operator.
  • Maintaining a clean and organized work environment.

copy and print associate/sales associate

  •  Operated the (in store) USPS/UPS Drop-off center.
  • Operating printing and faxing machinery (such as Xerox making copies,scanning,and emailing).
  • Creating/designing orders for print jobs (such as business cards,posters,flyers,cards,etc..)
  • Prepared and operated the offset printing press for maximum efficiency and production.

copy and print associate

  • Meet with clients, printers, or designers to discuss job requirements or binding plans
  • Set up and operate machines that perform binding operations such as pressing, folding, or trimming
  • Trim edges of books using cutting machines, book trimming machines, or hand cutters. 
  • Create designs, concepts and sample layouts based on knowledge of layout principles and aesthetic design concepts
  • Confer with clients to determine and discuss layout design 
  • Develop graphics and layouts for product illustrations, company logos, and Internet websites
  • Review final layout and suggest improvements as needed

copy and print associate

  • Help customers with unique orders.
  • E.g., laminate, copy, print, fax, computer service, business card reproduction or production, flyer mass production, posters, etc.
  • Maintain a clean workplace at end of day. 
  • Examined job orders to determine quantity, stock specifications, colors and special printing instructions.

copy and print associate

  • Listened to customer requests and dealt with customers directly
  • Placed orders using company software
  • Had to deal with faxing and shipped packages
  •  Formatted documents, made prints, laminations, posters, engineering prints, bindings, grommets, etc 

copy and print associate

  • Use computer software to generate new images 
  • Adjust digital files to alter print elements such as fonts, graphics, or color separations
  • Collect and inspect random samples during print runs to identify any necessary adjustments
  • Download or scan files to be printed using printing production software
  • Examine job orders to determine quantities to be printed, stock specifications, color, and other special printing instructions