Binders and finishers fold, collate, stitch, trim, cover and embellish a range of printed and non-printed products by hand or machine.
Printing hands operate basic binding machines, perform manual binding and finishing of books and printed products and carry out routine print-related tasks.
Digital printers use machines and software to control the production of print-based media for commercial print manufacturing sites and instant print shops.
Manufacturers plan, organise and manage the operations of small establishments that manufacture goods.
Graphic pre-press tradespersons use computerised typesetting and image assembly to design layouts and assemble text and graphics into page formats for printing.
Manufacturing production managers plan, administer and review the manufacturing activities of an organisation to optimise resource use, minimise costs and maintain quality standards.
Printing machinists set up and operate letterpress, lithographic, flexographic and gravure printing presses. They work on a range of printed products including packaging, stationery, greeting cards, books and newspapers, depending on the printing method used.
Pulp and paper operators control various chemical and physical processes used in the manufacture of pulp and paper products from wood and waste paper. The pulp and paper industry uses many different machines and technologies to manufacture products. Plant operators are generally classified according to the process they operate, from initial pulping of woodchip and waste paper through to producing paper products.
Recyclers collect, sort and handle a range of recyclable items such as paper, glass, metals and plastics that are then processed and prepared for resale.
Screen printers set up and operate power-driven or hand-operated screen printing machines to create images.