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Assistant Print Shop Manager Duties

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This is administrative, supervisory, and technical work assisting in the planning and direction of a large scale printing operation.
Work involves overall responsibility for the processing of a wide variety of printed materials, including the training and supervision of a staff of administrative, technical, and clerical personnel. General supervision is received from the Printing Department Manager.


Assists in planning and directing all administrative and technical operations of the central printing service; and directly supervises all plant operations.

Checks all work in progress; coordinates composition, lithography, printing, and binding operations; shifts priority of orders and operating schedules as work requirements demand.

Orders supplies for shop and office use.

Meets with customers; reviews job requirements and writes up detailed work specifications for printed work.

Supervises and performs administrative tasks relating to print shop operations.

Performs related work as required.


Graduation from a standard high school or vocational school supplemented by specialized courses in printing and business administration and considerable experience in technical and administrative aspects of printing work, including supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience.


Thorough knowledge of the use and application of offset presses and related machines.

Thorough knowledge of the use and application of papers, inks, fluids, and chemicals used in printing.

Considerable knowledge of office techniques and procedures.

Considerable knowledge of the operation, applications, and use of all types of binding machines.

Considerable knowledge of art and copy preparation for photographic and offset reproduction.

Ability to train and direct the work of a staff engaged in providing complete duplicating services.

Ability to design forms, pamphlets, reports, and similar materials.



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