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screen printing position wanted near Detroit or Ann Arbor ar

Posted on Sat, 21 Jan 2006 at 1:43



Over the summer I worked for a company called DBT's and was laid of for the winter.
My job duties included operating the manual press for tote bags and hats, operating the heat press, prepping screens (applying emolsion, exposing the art) coating screens, cleaning screens, operating the dryer, and I was in charge of shipping. I am a 22 year old female of medium build, but I can handle all the work required for the job. I have some knowledge in operating the automatic printer, and I also was occasionally in charge of preparing the art work. I have two years of college (EMU) under my belt which consisted of a major focus in Graphic Design, thus I have plenty of experience with Photoshop.
I loved the environment and I'm anxious to get back into the field and further expand my knowledge of the trade. I care about producing good work. I am looking for a full time position to start.
As an extra tid-bit of info, I am a singer/songwriter that goes by the name Rai. This is my main focus, but the career can't go anywhere without a steady income.

I can give you more information if needed.

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Anonymous says: Hi Rachel, I am the Production Art and Screen Print Manager for a company in Webberville, MI near Lansing. I have 2 or 3 positions open currently that you would be qualified for. If you have a resume ...

Hi Rachel,
I am the Production Art and Screen Print Manager for a company in Webberville, MI near Lansing. I have 2 or 3 positions open currently that you would be qualified for. If you have a resume you could email to me that would be great! I have a Screen Print position open, a Prepress art position open, and a shipping clerk position open. I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
Marci Gray
Production Art & Screen Print Manager
J. America Sportswear
1200 Mason Ct.
Webberville, MI
48892
mgray@j-america.com
517-521-2525 x118
517-521-2695 fax

posted on: Thu, 02/02/2006 - 1:38pm

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