Job vacancies - Sign making industry

Printer / Fitter - London

To be displayed in Sign Update Magazine

February 2015 issue of Sign Update

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Printer / Fitter

Who are we?

Projects and Print is a leading sign and graphics contractor working throughout the UK for many household name businesses. We’re currently working hard on our rapid growth plans and are looking for skilled people, with an eye for detail and a passion for the industry, to join us.

Where are we?

We’re very close to central London, based at Kings Langley, Watford only minutes away from the Euston Line which means getting in and out of our factory each day would be a breeze from most areas.

We are currently looking for an all-rounder with a positive attitude who has an in depth knowledge and experience of the print and sign making industry.

The ideal applicant should possess experience with design, print and rip software. They must also have a strong desire to work on their own initiative as well as working within a close-knit team. In return they will be given the opportunity to be involved with a rapidly growing company offering excellent career prospects.

    Key responsibilities include:
  • Operation of pc, cutters, and printers (UV, Solvent and aqueous)
  • Involvement in design layouts
  • Laying up vinyl and digital print
  • Laminating
  • Ensuring that goods are produced efficiently and of high quality
  • Must have ability to communicate at all levels, especially with staff and clients
  • Fitting experience an advantage
  • Possess a full driving license
    Running of the machines/software below:
  • UV flatbed, Mimaki, Canon
  • Vinyl cutters
  • Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop
  • Laminator
  • Salary: negotiable and dependent upon experience. Applicants should be open to working overtime on projects, which is essential to the role.
  • Applicants should hold a full UK driving license.

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