Bindery Supervisor Duties
The fourth and highest level, this is supervisory and
technical work in a large bindery operation of a University
printing department. Employees in this class supervise a
staff of employees engaged in a complex variety of binding
operations for all types of printed materials. An employee
in this class establishes and maintains quality control for
all operations. Work involves the training of employees to
perform various tasks within the bindery and maintaining
equipment for maximum service. Work is performed under
general supervision of a manager and is reviewed for
quality, and efficiency.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from a standard high school or vocational school
supplemented by experience in binding, packaging, and
shipping in a printing or bindery operation including some
supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of
training and experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of methods, procedures, and equipment
used in binding operations.
Considerable knowledge of kinds and grades of paper stock
and other materials used in printing operations.
Skill in the maintenance of bindery equipment.
Ability to instruct and supervise employees engaged in
various phases of bindery work.
Ability to maintain routine clerical records.