Envelope Machine AdjusterJJ COLLINS
From County Cork to Chicago
A History of Commitment It all began back in 1844 in County Cork, Ireland where John Joachim Collins was born. Just two years later the family immigrated to America, eventually settling in Chicago where they came to stay from 1871 on. A printer by trade, John went to work for Rand McNally Company, one of the city’s oldest printing firms, until the day he opened the doors of his own shop at 38 South LaSalle Street in Chicago’s Printers’ Row. The year was 1878 and the name Collins was about to become a permanent fixture in the printing industry.
Envelope Machine Adjuster
Candidate must have experience in all aspects of W+D 102 envelope machines, FL Smithe 527 or FL Smithe RA/WA 800 Series web and blank fed envelope machines. 4cp printing experience a plus High attention to detail and quality printing a must. Clean and well organized. A strong maintenance background is a plus. Climate Controlled Work Environment Excellent Benefits 401K Company Match Major Medical Life Insurance- Company paid Dental/Vision Paid Vacation Paid Holidays Long term disability Short term disability
Job Type: Full-time