Print Assistant

Manufacturing Mile End South, South Australia


About the Role

An exciting immediate opportunity for a Print Assistant to join our growing/established Production team based in our Adelaide plant. You will be required to accommodate a flexible schedule, covering rotating shifts across different time frames. You will join an established team who are the success behind print professionals. A great opportunity to develop & progress in your career and be an integral part of MCC’s world class premium label solutions.  
 Duties include:  
  • Supporting our technical print team in producing printed & embellished labels at a high volume for major national clients
  • Assisting the lead Printer in the operations of the press, including set up and minding.
  • Job preparations using raw materials such as plates, paper, foil, ink & varnish.
  • Basic data records on machine operations 
  • Quality control checking responsibilities.
  • General housekeeping of working environment such as cleaning and keeping area safe.

About MCC

Established in 1903, MCC has grown to become the world's largest leading & most award-winning label print manufacturer. We strive to deliver label innovation & are producers of the world’s most prominent brands in Beverage, Wine & Spirits, Food & Diary, Personal Care & Beauty, Home Care & Laundry, Healthcare, Durables & Technical and Automotive & Chemical consumer products. We employ 13,000+ dedicated people worldwide with business operations in 100+ plants in 29 Countries. Within Australia & New Zealand alone we operate 14 label producing operations with 2000+ employees including, Hally Labels, Kiwi Labels & Rapid Labels businesses.  

About You (criteria)

  • Mechanically aptitude (preferred)
  • Experience working in manufacturing industry, especially with labels (preferred but not essential as on the job training is provided) 
  • Certificate II qualification in Printing or similar field (preferred but not essential)
  • Basic computer proficiency
  • Strong organizational skills in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to discern all colors (no color vision concerns).
  • Capability to work autonomously and collaboratively.
  • High regard for safety and a proactive, eager learner.
  • Eligible for Australian/New Zealand working rights.

The Benefits

  • Competitive remuneration
  • Shifts loadings.
  • Free onsite parking
  • Health & wellness program
  • Local & global career opportunities to development & build your brilliant career (encouraged & supported)
  • Private health insurance discount 
  • To help employees thrive at home & at work, we offer an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), a free confidential support service.
  • Employee referral program, our employees are rewarded for helping us find great talent!
  • Reward & recognition programs aligned to company values with high performance.
  • Regular social events encouraging a fun & friendly environment.
  • Supportive & inclusive environment
  • Continuous learning opportunities & support for you to grow & make a real difference.
  • Industry leading organisation with growth opportunities
  • Part of an organisation that strongly believes in sustainability goals to make a difference to our planet.

Apply Now

Are you interested or know someone who could be? Let them know! If you don’t quite meet all of the criteria, but feel you can make a difference at MCC, we encourage you to submit your application. If your CV includes qualifications, work history, skills and experience, no need to also provide a cover letter. We look forward to receiving your application.   

Inclusion & Diversity 

At MCC, we believe what makes us unique, makes us better. We embrace & care deeply about creating a workplace where our people feel valued & empowered. We are committed to providing an environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly & with respect. We consider our people our best asset & understand the importance of bringing different perspectives. We are committed to providing equal opportunity regardless of gender identity/expression or ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or life stage. We encourage & welcome all genders, people of disability, first nations people, LGBTQI+ community, refugees & people from culturally & linguistic diverse backgrounds to apply.