We are looking for a qualified, self-motivated leader who has University mail management experience and is familiar with production copiers and related services. The incumbent will manage staff and the daily activities and functions of Mail Services and Copy Services for the University, provide assistance with development of operational and strategic plans, and ensure maximum operational efficiency, productivity, and customer service. Submit your application online. > http://bit.ly/2RBc77i
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Copy & Print Center Production Technician is responsible for working with a variety of production copy/print and finishing/bindery equipment. Prior experience with production level equipment is required. Knowledge of the copy and printing industry to include technical knowledge of digital photocopying technologies (color and black & white) and bindery. Candidates should have a minimum of six months minimum experience in a printing or copy related organization, operating and maintaining equipment. Wage: $16.99/hour DOE.
Sorry, no relocation can be paid.
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Provides supervision and leadership in the area of personnel issues. Oversees all aspects of the printing and finishing processes. Ensure production requirements are fulfilled and quality standards are met.
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) General Support Services unit is seeking a Mail Preparation Specialist. General Support Services consists of the Copy & Print Center, Mailroom/Central Receiving, Surplus and Relocation, Recycling, and Property. The department is a team centered environment, focused on quality and strong customer service.
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Mail Preparation Specialist is responsible standard/bulk mailing, including: consulting with customers, preparing address data files, mail merges, equipment operation, and management of the related postal account(s). The position must stay current on all applicable USPS regulations and procedures and maintain a positive working relationship with the USPS representatives. Operation of Copy & Print Center equipment for production of Mail Prep jobs as well as standard departmental production work on a regular basis is required. Management of the Distributed Copier (fleet copier) program also falls under this position and requires the ability to maintain a positive relationship with departmental customers and the contracted vendor, maintaining accurate records, supply inventories, and assisting the departmental director in the contract proposal process as needed. The position requires an individual who is highly dependable with strong communication skills and attention to detail. Must be able to work well as a member of a diverse team. The ability to remain organized and efficiently evaluate and complete tasks is vital to the success of this position
Wage: Minimum $16.99/hour DOE.
Sorry, NO RELOCATION can be paid.
Additional information regarding this position and the application process available online:
This position supervises digital printing and mailing operations, including production digital print, satellite digital print centers, campus/U.S. mailing, and fulfillment/shipping. How to Apply: Go to https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs Search for job ID: 327719
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