Temporary Reprographics Operator



Various London Locations Various Contracts Available £8-12p/h + Hol – dependant on experience Career Legal is a leading legal recruitment firm with an incredibly busy Temporary Facilities Support Team. We are currently looking to expand our pool of temporary reprographics operatives to work for us alongside our fantastic client list. We are working alongside some of the City’s most prestigious firms who are looking to gain an extra pair of hands to assist with their work load. The majority of roles are based within the City of London and would be working within professional services firms, including magic and silver circle law firms, investment firms and hedge funds Shifts are available during the core hours of the day, evening, nights and weekends are all available. The primary requirement is to reproduce high quality documents to client specifications using high speed reprographic and finishing equipment within Reprographics. The successful candidate will need to have: A strong aptitude for copying, finishing and scanning Ability and willingness to lean new tasks Confident in working within fast paced environments Work under pressure Good communication skills Experience on Ricoh machines, Laminating and Guillotine machines, Kodak, Cannon, Rank Xerox, Ricoh, Docutech & OCE Machine. The ideal candidate will be: Available Immediately Have a “can do” attitude Confident in their ability to work under pressure Have an understanding of the procedures and protocols within large corporate firms Have previous experience working within large corporate firms. It is Career Legal’s policy, as a matter of courtesy, to respond to all applications within three working days. However because of the volume of applications, we are sometimes unable to respond to individual candidates. If we have not contacted you within three working days your application has been unsuccessful and your details have not been retained. Please apply for any other position that you may see in the future. Thank you.



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