The average pay for a Printer with Job Scheduling skills is $17.96 per hour.
The average pay for a Printer with Job Scheduling skills is $50,000 per year.
|Hourly Rate||$12.37 - $26.18|
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|$28,317 - $56,837|
Job Description for Printer
The printer takes clients' project ideas and turn them into a printed product. This professional receives an assignment and then use any applicable printing equipment to complete it. The range of jobs that the printer completes is diverse; for example, a printer may work at a retail outlet where they fill printing needs of customers,or in private business where they perform printing functions for their company and/or its clients. Understanding how to operate printing equipment is essential to properly completing assignments. The ability to delegate and prioritize assignments is also crucial to maximize efficiency. Hours for a printer vary, but they are generally normal business hours. However, some retail printing positions have extended hours into the evening to meet consumer demands. Printing work is generally performed indoors in an office settings; some retail environments are set up like storefronts with printers interacting with the customers.Read More...
Digital advances have redefined the printing industry in the last few decades. New techniques and devices are constantly being added to the field, and keeping up with emerging technologies is important for the printer to stay relevant and meet client demands. Additionally, printers must also possess excellent interpersonal skills. Close attention to detail and comprehension of assignments is crucial for success.
The amount of experience needed for printing positions varies by the specific position and employer At most entry level positions, a printer will be trained. The more senior-level printing positions require at least three to five years' experience and a complete understanding of the relevant printing technology. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Operate printing machines.
- Multi-task and prioritize work flow based on urgency.
- Inspect products produce to ensure high quality.
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