Inserter Operator 2

Company Name:
RR Donnelley
Inserter Operator 2
Tracking Code
Job Description
WALLACE AVE - The Inserter Operator operates and maintains the inserting equipment by using job specifications to produce a finished, mailable product. Prepares the inserter bay using tools and job specifications to provide proper set-up and to eliminate possible run-time errors. This is an off-shift position.
o Inspects the finished product by verifying the correct construction and components to ensure that mailability and quality standards are met.
o Evaluates imaged forms by ensuring that the bar code is correct to prevent machine error from occurring
Operate high speed machines that insert printed matter, such as letters or booklets into folders or envelops. Set up and adjust the machine to operate efficiently. Oversee and make adjustments as necessary.
Requires knowledge of standard set ups, adjustments and operating characteristics of the equipment and skill to perform standard adjustments and operate the equipment. Ability to set up, operate, and perform basic adjustments to the equipment according to the individual job requirements, operating characteristics, and capabilities of the equipment. Typically, the adjustments performed at this level are routine and the need for such adjustments are readily apparent.
Other duties as assigned by the shift supervisor.
Required Skills
Must have good eye-hand coordination
Strong mechanical aptitude required
Ability to communicate in English -read, write, understand
Lifting up to 50 lbs, 4-6 hours
Walking/standing, 6-7 hours
Bending/stooping, 2-3 hours
Required Experience
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent experience in a manufacturing environment
Pitney Bowes Series 8 and/or Kern experience preferred, but not required
Job Location
St Charles, Illinois, United States
Position Type
Employee Referral Bonus eligible

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