A Printer (Digital Printing Technologist) II ls needed at West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
- B. Sc. in Printing Technology, Electrical Electronics or Physics Electronics
The successful applicant will be required to perform the following duties among others:
- Operates various types of printing machines including offset, letterset, and screen printers
- Reviews client requests to understand scope and parameters of print jobs
- Determines quantities required for print job
- Matches colors for print job per job request
- Aligns and configures machinery
- Inspects random production samples to evaluate quality of printing
- Maintains inventory of supplies needed to operate printing machines
- Troubleshoots issues with printing machine and makes basic repairs
- Performs routine maintenance on printing machines
- Draft and submits reports for daily production totals
- Maintains a clean area around printing machinery
Qualification, Skills And Experience
- Possess Bachelor’s Degree in Printing Technology, Electrical Electronics or Physics Electronics (at least Second Class Lower Division).
- Have a minimum of three (3) years post NYSC relevant work experience
- be able to use Personal Computers, MS Office software package and have knowledge of web-based systems;
- be a team player with good inter-personal skills and be open and able to lead change;
- possess influencing, analytical and communication skills;
- be an organiser/planner with ability to be flexible and to be able to successfully implement ideas.
How To Apply – Printer (Digital Printing Technologist) II at West African Examinations Council (WAEC)
Closing Date: 7th June, 2022
The West African Examinations Council, a non-profit-making organization, with its head-quarters in Accra, Ghana, was established in 1952 after the Governments of Ghana (then Gold Coast), Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia enacted the West African Examinations Council Ordinances in 1951. Liberia became the fifth member of the Council in 1974. The enactment of the Ordinances was based on the Jeffrey Report, which strongly supported the proposal for the setting up of a regional examining board to harmonize and standardize pre-university assessment procedures in the then British West Africa.