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Studio Supervisor

The Studio Supervisors role is to supervise a smooth flow of work through the studio department ensuring that all company policy and procedures are being fulfilled inline with the studio QA. To encourage action which satisfies the company’s aim of providing a satisfactory service to its customers, through a motivated workforce.


The Studio Supervisor is responsible for all equipment and members of staff in the Studio Department.


The Studio Supervisor reports and is answerable to the Production Manager.

Areas of Responsibility

The following knowledge, skills, and abilities are the minimum requirements for the position of Studio Supervisor.

Knowledge of Systems Related to Manufacturing

A Studio Supervisor needs to have an understanding of the principles and problems of manufacturing the digital and printed product to meet the required demands of the company and customer in a timely manner.  He/she will:

  • Oversee the operation of all phases of the Studio department

  • Advise and make recommendations to management with respect to the best interests of the company whenever Studio activities are involved

  • Solve technical problems where feasible and necessary relating to operation of equipment or work

  • To aid in the research and proposals where necessary in new technology to aid in the company’s future growth and production potential within the Studio Department.

  • The Studio Supervisor must:

  • Communicate effectively

  • Exhibit and use coaching skills

  • Have a wide range of problem-solving techniques

  • Have good interpersonal skills, including negotiation and conflict resolution

  • Have organisational and time management skills

  • Be able to aid in training and motivation of staff

Planning and Scheduling

  • Plan and schedule personnel and equipment effectively and efficiently to minimise bottlenecks and problems

  • To check the job bag’s to make sure that the instructions are accurate to achieve the customers required date before production commences.

  • Plan for delays

  • Forecast work, long and short-term

  • Supervise and issue job orders to Studio employees.

  • Delegate specific duties to staff.


Measuring Results and Solving Problems

  • Keep jobs on schedule and, in case of delays, give the sales representatives and/or customer service representatives maximum notification of change in schedule

  • Collect data where necessary and required.

  • Aid the production Manager in establishing procedures for the department

  • Perform and supervise the performance of manufacturing standards within the department.

  • Aid where necessary in the tracking of costs and spoilage

  • Schedule overtime as needed on a cost-effective basis with the approval of the production Manager.

  • Aid in reducing waste and spoilage

Human Relations

  • Evaluate performance where required and necessary

  • Give recognition for outstanding effort

  • Aid the Production Manager in disciplinary measures where and when required

  • To reprimand and highlight to the production Manager members who do not perform satisfactorily

  • Comply with lawful employment practices

  • Comply with environmental laws

  • Manage conflict

  • Negotiate with Studio employees over grievances and report unsettled grievances to Production Manager.

  • Ensure that staff understands and complies with all operational and work practices with strong attention to safety

Training, Coaching, and Motivating Staff

  • Motivate and empower employees where feasible

  • To aid the Production Manager in identifying and implementing any relevant training to complement and improve yourself and the departmental staff

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Experienced Table Hand Finishing Operative

Working in our hand finishing department your primary role will be hand finishing products and using mechanical machinery, such as the drill, stitcher, round cornering, packing machine and lots more you will also be responsible for maintenance, stock and operation of said machinery.

You will be working to tight deadlines following production lists, job ticket specifications and time allowed to do the jobs. You will be using a simple computerised production system for booking your work to.

Experience in hand finishing within the Print industry will be a requirement for the job.
You will be able to work as part of a team and on your own from time to time.

The job dictates flexibility and can be quite physical.


  1. Operation of all finishing machinery, hand and mechanical where required.

  2. Operates bindery machines and performs manual binding and finishing of books and printed products Including:

    • Book binding – NCR books including stitching with covers and packing

    • NCR sets gluing up and packing

    • Making up of die cut folders

    • Hand stitching

    • Drilling

  3. Pick, pack and wrap of stock items.

  4. Putting away goods and consumables.

  5. To make sure the jobs are produced correctly to job ticket specification.

  6. To make sure the best possible quality is achieved.

  7. To maintain and adhere to the company process and procedures and suggest improvements where

  8. required.

  9. To communicate effectively.

  10. To make sure machinery is maintained to an operational standard.

  11. To make sure productive times set by the estimate are achieved or feedback where incorrect.

  12. To suggest and implement improvements where required.

  13. To log and promote the logging of company non-conformances.

  14. To train and aid in training where required.

  15. To work as part of a team.

  16. General cleaning up of work area.

  17. You may be required to work in other areas from time to time and as dictated by your line Manager/Supervisor.

Department: Factory

Hours of work: FULLTIME = 7.30am until 4.00pm with 30 minutes lunch, 5 days a week, overtime may be available where necessary. Hours of work negotiable depending on circumstance.

Salary: Negotiable depending on experience.

Reports to: Adam Standen – Assistant Production manager

Please note this job description is not exhaustive and can be changed at any time. These are the duties expected of you in your current role.

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