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Seek the challenging and exciting position of Bindery Worker with a firm where the need to maintain top efficiency and standard in bindery operation is of great concern
A highly talented Bindery Worker with huge experience in operating a variety of bindery equipment, high speed copiers, microcomputers, related peripheral equipment, and software applications in the production of printed material.
Summary of Qualifications
More than seven years experience.
Thorough ability to read, write, and understand the English language.
Remarkable ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Exceptional knowledge of current bindery methods and ability to operate all standard bindery equipment and high speed copiers.
Great ability to operate microcomputers, related peripheral equipment, and software applications used in digital production processing.
Immense ability to lead the work of others and keep accurate records.
In-depth ability to perform repetitive tasks requiring constant exercise of manual skill and mental alertness while maintaining production speed.
Exceptional ability to inspect bindery work processed for correctness of sequence, conformity to the printing requisition, quantity and final delivery requirements.
Uncommon ability to correctly identify possible machine malfunctions and perform minor repairs.
Shippers Network Inc., Tarrytown, NY 2000 - Present
Bindery Worker Cargo Agent
Perform hand work in gathering, collating, and otherwise assembling printed material in the desired form using a variety of bindery techniques to complete finished work according to customer requests.
Handle specific assignments in case binding, gang stitch operation, hand stitching, perfect binders and other bindery operations.
Set up and operate routine bindery equipment such as snail folders, hole punchers, collators, plastic binding, flat and saddle stitching, sewing machines, and others.
Perform related duties-as required.
Shippers Network Inc., Tarrytown, NY 1998 - 2000
Bindery Worker Trainee
Operated bindery equipment including a power drill for drilling multiple holes of variable sizes and positioning, power stitcher, jogger, multi-station collator power cutter, multi-station mail inserter, and other equipment as required.
Performed hand collating of short-run projects, checking correct sequence of order, stapling, power stitching, or binding.
Assembled printed forms into final order and placed in padding racks in precise stacks, applied padding compound to stacks, and, when dry, split and placed in mobile racks for shipment to shipping department.
Handled special hand inserting and merging of gathered sets as required.
Kept work area and time records of all chargeable activities.
Kept accurate time records of all chargeable activities.
Operated the Addressograph machine, printing addresses on envelopes, mailing wrappers and folders.
Maintained mailing lists in current order.
Maintained and made minor repairs to equipment.
Performed hand bindery operations such as binds and cloth strips multi-page books; hand folded, scored and glued special projects; merged pre-gathered book sections into proper sequence; operated hand numbering machines; inserted chipboard dividers and performed all padding functions including carbonless paper.