Operate one or more of a variety of office machines, such as photocopying, photographic, and duplicating machines, or other office machines.
Other Job Titles Office Machine Operators, Except Computer May Have
Copy Center Operator, Copy Machine Operator, Copy Technician, Graphics Production Specialist, Key Operator, Machine Operator, Printing Services Coordinator, Reprographics Technician
Tasks & Responsibilities May Include
Read job orders to determine the type of work to be done, the quantities to be produced, and the materials needed.
Deliver completed work.
Place original copies in feed trays, feed originals into feed rolls, or position originals on tables beneath camera lenses.
Sort, assemble, and proof completed work.
Operate office machines such as high speed business photocopiers, readers, scanners, addressing machines, stencil-cutting machines, microfilm readers or printers, folding and inserting machines, bursters, and binder machines.
Level of Education Attained by Office Machine Operators, Except Computer
Most common level of education among people in this career: High school diploma or equivalent (36%)
High school diploma or equivalent
Some college, no degree
*All other responses combined for clarity.
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