A digital press operator typically works in the printing and publishing industry, operating a digital press that produces various printed materials assigned by their employer. A digital press operator usually is responsible for operating more than one piece of digital press equipment at one time, including maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair. Digital press operators typically work in indoor environments on a variety of shifts that typically are eight to 12 hours long and may be first, second, or third shift depending on the production capabilities and demand of the employer.
Digital Press Operator Tasks
Update ink, material, paper, and other inventories to ensure smooth operations.
Quality inspect products and ensure accurate rendering.
Interpret orders and load printing press to correctly produce products.
Document products, materials, and problems.