Freedom Graphic Systems

Plateroom Technician

Press - Aurora, IL - Full Time

Freedom Graphic Systems, a national Forms Printer/Direct Mail Company based in Aurora, IL is currently looking for individuals to work in our Press Department.    We currently have an opening for a Plateroom Technician.

A Plateroom Technician distributes paper and printing plates to the presses so they can complete their production process with a minimum of down time. This position reports to the Prepress Supervisor.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Download files and make plates and plotters for the pressmen before they are needed to eliminate down time. Make the designated amount of spares based on job quantity. Maintain the prepress equipment as needed.
  • After job completion check paper requisitions, roll manifests, job sheets etc. Process all paperwork and enter data into the Aurora Pressroom Production program. Then send original job instructions with the necessary paperwork back to the Milton CSR, and retain a copy of all information for our records in Aurora.
  • Communicates essential information regarding incomplete setups, potential problems, and all other pertinent information to the job at shift change.
  • Works in a safe manner not only for himself but for his fellow employees as well
  • Keeps work area organized (this includes cleaning up after themselves and putting unused equipment in its designated area)


  • Must speak English, Bilingual a plus.
  • Microsoft office computer skills
  • Dependable in attendance and punctuality
  • Basic math skills (knowledge of calculator and ruler)
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds and endure standing for long periods of time. 
  • Undertake additional tasks as deemed appropriate by management. 
  • Must be flexible to all shifts, overtime and weekend work required
  • Forklift experience is a plus
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.

We offer opportunities in a solid company that has an excellent record of growth and stability. Standard benefits apply.  All interested applicants please fax resumes to 630-375-8591, e-mail, or apply in person at 780 McClure Rd, Aurora, IL 60502

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