2nd Shift Collator Operator
Collator Operator - 2nd ShiftSchedule: -Monday - Friday -3:00pm - 11:00 pm -Occasional overtime may be required including weekends Wage: -$18.00hr starting, up to $20.50 after 2 years -$1.15hr shift differential pay Benefits: -Health Insurance -Dental Insurance -Vision Insurance -Life Insurance -Supplemental Insurance (Disability, Family Life Insurance, AD&D, etc.) -401K -Employee/Partner Discounts
RRD Osage Forms & Labels Plant
RR Donnelley Osage Label is a narrow web printing, distribution, warehouse and fulfillment center under one roof. Osage produces lithographic and flexographic printed pressure sensitive label and forms products for the short, medium and long run length markets.
In addition to the equipment and expertise to produce a wide range of labels and forms construction, the Osage Team provides imaging, printing, distribution and warehousing capabilities supported by 55,000 sq. ft. of racked finished good storage capacity.
Sets up and operates collating and/or labeling/patching machines to produce value added enhancements to in-process work. Review specifications and set up equipment that perform forms collating from web rolls, label affixing, or window patching to printed or in-process materials specific to the customer’s requirements. Equipment operated may perform functions related to assembling and perforating signatures, stapling, gluing, folding, or cutting sheets of paper, forms, or signatures in specified sequence to form completed sets or die cut and apply labels or films to paper substrates. Perform safety inspections, document problems, and track production during operation.
General knowledge of the collating/label application machines to perform the full range of standard and specialized folds, gluing, perforating and cutting of printed materials. Thorough knowledge of the set up, operating requirements, procedures, capabilities and limitations of the collating machine to perform the full range of standard and specialized folding, collating and cutting of printed materials to complete a combined finishing product. Ability to read and interpret written work orders or other job specifications containing collating requirements which indicate the number and sequence of webs required to complete the work and to maintain dimensional accuracy in accordance with instructions provided. Knowledge of the quality and machining requirements of various coated and uncoated types of paper stock. Skill in setting up and adjusting machines for finishing operations and to refine such adjustments for the weight, color, machinability and quality of paper stock being used and to prevent machining impressions on the printed materials. Must be able to calculate distances, clearances, and fits in combining machines. Skill in using the full range of standard and specialized tools and devices to adjust and maintain the functional accuracy and operating conditions of the collating machines.