Design Labels using Excel full-time with benefits

Location: Keene, NH
Date Posted: 01-05-2017
Are you comfortable with Office software such as Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint, and ready to learn more? We can teach you to design and print serial number stickers and other labels as a Digital Printing Machine Operator using standard software as well as industry-specific software such as Seagull Scientific BarTender on Zebra, Markem, and EFI printers. We offer full paid training. Growth opportunities for a dependable, quality-focused individual willing to learn in a fast-paced team environment.

Relevant previous experience includes ANY of the following
  • Microsoft Excel (preferred), Apple Numbers, Google Sheets, or other software working with series of numbers
  • Computer design, printing or cutting of signs, fabric, scrapbook, labels, or other printed products
  • Computer-driven manufacturing, prototyping, or 3-D printing including on a hobby basis
  • Fulfillment or assembly that relied on closely tracking lot numbers or other sequential information
  • Trouble-shooting / fixing mechanical or electronic equipment, OR
  • Another experience you show is relevant (Please note that we provide full paid training on our specific machinery and software, so we are looking for you to document how you learned to operate OTHER equipment and software successfully in the past.)
We prefer to hire for full-time, daytime weekday with benefits, but there may be flexibility in setting a regular schedule for a productive individual. References required that can describe your dependability and ability to learn.
 
Want Your Work to Stick Around? MAKE LABELS THAT LAST
 
Since we started in Keene, NH in 1987, our company has never had a layoff. Instead, we‘ve continued to hire, train, and develop our team to solve our customers’ toughest labeling challenges one by one, with recognition for customer satisfaction and community involvement. Benefits for full-time include health/disability/life insurance, education reimbursement, and retirement program.

ABOUT THE APPLICATION PROCESS

Please no telephone calls, but if you have any difficulty submitting your application, an application kiosk is also available at EIM, 20 Forge St, Keene, NH 03431 weekdays from 8 am to 6 pm, in addition to the Open House on Monday, January 16. After your application is reviewed, you may be invited to our facility for a brief introduction and assessment of relevant skills. Additional interviews, employment verification, and reference checks may be scheduled later for qualified applicants. 
EIM is a drug-free workplace.
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