Printing Press Operator CV Template


While many bookworms now consider paper books obsolete with their Kindles, the profession of a Printing Press Operator is quite far from being obsolete.  There is still the need for school textbooks, broadsheets, magazines, movie posters and advertising collaterals as well as books for people who don’t like Kindles or prefer the real books.  The Printing Press Operator now uses desktop publishing systems to process final art copies for a direct feeding into computer-controlled printing presses.

Printing Press Operator CV Template

Frank G. Crowne

Trafalgar Rd, Greenwich, UK

Phone:  020-090-8922

crowne_fg@ycmail.com

Objective


To be a printing press lead operator for a large publication company.

Summary of Qualifications

  • 5 years as a printing press operator with the last 9 years an assistant operator for a large publication.
  • Excellent written communication skills in English and Spanish.

Professional Experience / Career History

2005 – Present:  Assistant Printing Press Operator, Darwin Press

  • Assist the lead press operator in troubleshooting problems in the main and ancillary lithographic printing machines together with in-house technicians.
  • Process and review job order to get the right job specifications like ink colors paper grade and quantity requirements
  • Press proof all printing orders and secure approval prior to the final run
  • Coordinate with circulation division when the print batch is ready for out-shipment or delivery.
  • Monitor and inspect print batches to ensure consistency of print quality
  • Operate computer console and the desktop publishing system to ensure that the CMYK colors match the approved print proof prior to final run.

Education

2005 – Present:  In-house workshops on new digital printing technologies.

2003 – 2005:  Bachelor of Arts in Media Management, Greenwich Community College

Professional reference will be furnished during the interview if requested.

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