Copy Center Operator

Classification: Copy Center Operator II

Temporary position (approximately 3 months to start)

Basic Function 
Under general direction of the VP Student Affairs Business Office, the Copy Center Operator will coordinate all activities in the Copy Center; oversee all aspects of production and customer service; maintain high volume xerographic equipment; serve as lead worker to other classified staff in the area; supervise student assistants; and perform related work as required.

Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities

  • 65% Acts as the primary customer services contact for the Student Affairs and Services Copy Center located in the Student Services building.  The Copy Center Operator ensures the timely and accurate reproduction of printed materials; advises, coordinates and prioritizes production of work orders, maintains accurate and assist in the completion department billing records.
  • 20% Determines equipment repair schedule; maintains supply inventory and resolves staff and customer service issues for the Copy Center.
  • 10% Additional assignment includes assisting with the collecting and distribution of mail and mail related materials for the units located in the Student Services building.
  • 5% Other duties as assigned.

Responsibility for the Work of Others
Lead worker over and provides first level supervision over student employees.

Education and Experience
This job requires: knowledge normally acquired through a high school education; one to three years of related work experience in operating reprographic equipment including digital and analog print and copy machines, scanners, and basic knowledge of computer applications such as windows and MS Word; the ability to anticipate problems; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Desired:
Knowledge or the ability to learn about the operation and maintenance of high volume xerographic finishing and offset printing equipment; digital xerographic network systems technology; color xerographic systems; health and safety regulations in relation to the use of equipment and chemicals; operation of personal computer software programs including word processing and spreadsheet tools.

Must be able to perform physical activities, such as, but not limited to, lifting, bending, standing, climbing or walking. Must be able to work safely in an environment containing chemicals, toner dust, vapors, and high noise levels using personal protective safety measures.

To apply, send your resume with 3 references to: Kathy Smith at smithka1@msu.edu.

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