Assistant Manager Central Duplication Duties
This is supervisory work in directing the activities and
production of printed and graphic arts products of a
centralized duplicating services unit.
Work involves responsibility for supervising subordinates
engaged in art work, layout, and production of graphic arts
products in a duplicating services unit. Work occasionally
includes planning the production of printed matter with
outside concerns. Supervision is exercised over a small
staff of technical assistants and subordinates including
duplicating machine operators, bindery, and clerical
workers. Considerable independence is exercised in
determining procedures and scheduling operations. Work is
performed under general supervision of a manager who makes
periodic checks on work performed for quality of work and
adherence to established policies.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Plans, lays out, instructs, and supervises subordinates
engaged in the production of a wide variety of printed and
graphic arts products.
Supervises and participates as necessary in making special
layouts of reports, plate making, offset presswork, binding,
and related duplicating operations.
Inspects work in progress and finished materials to see that
quality and quantity standards are compiled with.
Supervises the requisition of materials, inks, and
equipment; schedules necessary repair and service of
machines; makes periodic inventory of supplies; maintains
records of cost, production, and time worked and submits
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from high school or vocational school and
considerable experience in the operation of small offset
presses and related duplicating equipment, preferably in a
supervisory capacity; or any equivalent combination of
training and experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of the operation of offset presses and
Considerable knowledge of the use and application of papers,
inks, fluids, and chemicals used in printing.
Considerable knowledge of the mechanical and technical
aspects of bindery.
Considerable knowledge of art and copy preparation for
photographic an offset reproduction.
Ability to train and direct the work of a small staff
engaged in providing complete duplicating services.
Ability to design forms, pamphlets, reports, and similar