Coordinates a variety of print shop digital and large format printing related functions. Responsible for efficient print shop operation including project tracking/documentation, material inventory and ordering, and equitable distribution of work to ensure deadlines are met. Maintain expertise in the field of digital and large format printing to serve as a back-up for a high volume of requests and/or time off by print shop staff. Work with photo/video staff to coordinate and schedule client requests and manage the filming calendar. Work with management on client cost estimating for internal cost-recovery charges and lead the SCOAR program for data input/management throughout Creative Services.
Knowledge, Skills and Experiences:
Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, Fiery XF Client and FileMaker Pro.
Interpersonal skills, oral and written communication skills and ability to interact with people at all levels both within and outside the laboratory
Working knowledge of electronic prepress, digital and large format printing, bindery, safety requirements and skills to perform assignments in the print shop
Working knowledge of Prisma Prepare
Ability to prioritize, plan and deliver workflow in a time-sensitive environment, while maintaining the ability to remain flexible and adjust to changing situations
Skill and the ability to work on multiple concurrent projects in a fast-paced environment
History of performing well under pressure
Ability to accurately estimate the cost and time need to complete project
Work both independently with minimal guidance from immediate supervisor as well as engage with others in a team environment
Computer operation skill sufficient to permit data entry and database and spreadsheet operations
Passion for the mission of the Lab
Steward of Lab resources
Ability to model Argonne's Core Values: Impact, Safety, Respect, Integrity and Teamwork
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