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Printing Machine Operator

Sep 23, 2018, 02:45:40

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Ras al-Khaimah
AED2,000 – AED2,500 a month
We need 2 Filipino/ Indian Nationality, preferably can join immediately and willing to work in RAK.

Salary package is AED 2,000- AED 2,500, free company accommodation, medical insurance, annual leave ticket to home country.

Designation: Printing Machine Operator

Department : Production

Job purpose

Responsible for operating and troubleshooting of the Printing machines.

Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Set up, operates and monitors the printing machines.
Fill ink fountains and make measurement, adjustments and settings to control color and viscosity
Performs preventive maintenance of all the printing machines.
Test inks, solvents according to the given work specifications.
Inspects and examines printed products for print clarity, color accuracy and conformance to specification and external defects.

High school or Diploma in Materials Management
Minimum 2 yearsí experience in Flexo printing machines
Excellent knowledge in color combination
Ability to work in shifting schedules
Good in English command
Computer skills
Hardworking, flexible
Job Type: Contract

Salary: AED2,000.00 to AED2,500.00 /month


Flexo printing machines: 2 years (Preferred)


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