Supervise and coordinate activities of workers in duplicating department.
What does a Print Shop Chief Clerk do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers in duplicating department: Analyzes requisitions for duplicating to determine method of reproduction, based on requested completion date, and availability and specialization of machines and machine operators. Keeps file indicating priority, date due, and status of job. Examines material in process and suggests improved methods of reproduction. Oversees machine preventive-maintenance program. May confer with persons requesting printing or duplicating to determine preference of methods and materials. May keep stock of duplicating material and requisition material. May keep supply of standard forms and issue forms on requisition. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title. May supervise workers engaged in making microfilm or microfiche copies of records and be designated Micrographics-Services Supervisor.