Vacancies

We are always interested in hearing from people with enthusiasm and experience in all areas of business. If you are interested in starting a new job with Duncan Print Group send us your CV explaining why you would like to work with us we and the job role you would be suited to.

No recruitment agencies, please.

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Open Positions

 

Print finishing apprentice

 

Trainee Print Finisher

 

Role Description

We are looking for a person willing to learn and work in a busy factory environment, converting flat printed sheets into finished items using automatic machinery. The job will involve learning how to handle paper and set and run guillotines, folding machines and collating gathering stitching machines.
The apprenticeship will last from 2 to 3 years working towards an NVQ level 3

Skills required

Ability to work individually or as part of a team in a busy factory environment. Practical hands on skills setting up and running automatic machinery

Qualifications required

Good maths and English skills are required in order to be able to understand and interpret job details and instructions so a minimum C grade would be required at GCSE level (or equivalent).

Personal qualities

Whilst the majority of learning will take place in the workplace this apprenticeship will be supported by the BPIF and will require attendance at college in London for one day every five or six weeks in order to obtain qualifications in the City and Guilds . 4005 Certificate in Printing and Graphic Communications Industry.
On-site assessments and a portfolio of evidence will be necessary to show work place learning. Full health and safety training will be given and PPE supplied.

Closing Date

Open

Carton finishing apprentice

 

Trainee Carton finishing operator

 

Role Description

We are looking for a person willing to become a proficient, competent Carton finishing operator who will be involved in running various state of the art Cut/Crease & Folding/Gluing equipment on a double day basis, working with and assisting current operators on setting up the machines, making mechanical adjustments, conduct general maintenance and eventually graduate to a professional Carton finishing (Cut/Crease & Folding/Gluing) operator once fully trained.
The apprenticeship will last from 2 to 3 years working towards an NVQ level 3

Skills required

Ability to work individually or as part of a team in a busy factory environment. Practical hands on skills setting up and running automatic machinery

Qualifications required

Good maths and English skills are required in order to be able to understand and interpret job details and instructions so a minimum C grade would be required at GCSE level (or equivalent).

Personal qualities

Whilst the majority of learning will take place in the workplace this apprenticeship will be supported by the BPIF and will require attendance at college in London for one day every five or six weeks in order to obtain qualifications in the City and Guilds . 4005 Certificate in Printing and Graphic Communications Industry.
On-site assessments and a portfolio of evidence will be necessary to show work place learning. Full health and safety training will be given and PPE supplied.

Closing Date

Open

Pre-press apprentice

 

Trainee Pre-press operator

 

Role Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our pre-press studio team as an Apprentice Pre-press Operator.
A successful candidate will be responsible for page layout, design elements, platemaking, proofing and assisting with general studio tasks.
This position would allow you to use and expand your creativity and knowledge with the state of the art prepress equipment and design and prepress software like Adobe Creative Suit, Pit Stop Pro, Fuji XMF.
The apprenticeship will last from 2 to 3 years working towards an NVQ level 3

Skills required

  • Ability to work individually or as a team in a busy factory environment.
  • Good Communication skills (verbal/written)
  • Computer literate
  • Time Keeping and attendance
  • Work as a team or independently
  • Eye for detail
  • Good decision maker
  • An interest in design is desirable but not crucial

Qualifications required

Good maths and English skills are required in order to be able to understand and interpret job details and instructions so a minimum C grade would be required at GCSE level (or equivalent).

Personal qualities

Whilst the majority of learning will take place in the workplace this apprenticeship will be supported by the BPIF and will require attendance at college in London for one day every five or six weeks in order to obtain qualifications in the City and Guilds . 4005 Certificate in Printing and Graphic Communications Industry.
On-site assessments and a portfolio of evidence will be necessary to show work place learning. Full health and safety training will be given and PPE supplied.

Closing Date

Open