Available Positions


Press Operators

Finishing Associates

  • Assists the machine operator with the setup, operation and maintenance of various pieces of equipment that bind catalogs and magazines.
  • Feeding product into the machine and/or removing finished product and preparing it for distribution.

  • Conducting quality checks.

  • Interested candidates will possess a strong mechanical aptitude and have the ability to perform basic math and have good written and verbal communication skills.

  • Troubleshooting and resolving equipment and print related problems is beneficial.


Material Handlers - Clamp Truck

  • Individuals provide printed product to the finishing department, staging the product at the appropriate equipment and removing finished product from equipment and staging in distribution.
  • Remove finished goods inventory from finishing equipment and place into finished goods inventory.

  • Understand proper safety procedures regarding the operation of fork lifts.

  • Assist other material handlers, shipping associates, and finishing associates.

  • Ability to operate the hand held scanners.

  • Previous forklift experience & clamp truck experience preferred.


Folder Operators

  • Qualified candidates will possess strong mechanical and printing skills in addition to demonstrated leadership abilities.
  • Candidates must be able to set-up, operate and maintain Stahl and/or MBO folders.

  • Requires ability to perform basic math functions as related to finishing operations.

  • Prior experience troubleshooting and resolving equipment and print related problems are essential.


Project managers

  • Due to our continued growth, we are offering a challenging career opportunity as a Project Manager in our Client Services Department. In this position,
  • Candidates are responsible for managing the project from the time of sale through distribution.

  • Project managers are proactively communicating with our clients, creating and distributing job tickets that outline the specifications of the project throughout our operations area.

  • Providing answers to project specific questions to both internal and external clients and monitoring and conveying the progress of the project.

  • Qualified candidates will have strong organization and planning abilities; prior experience working under the pressure of tight deadlines and the ability to communicate with both internal and external clients. Competent at communicating clearly both internally and externally.

  • Due to the addition of a new press line, Royle Printing is offering a challenging career opportunity for first, second, third and fourth press operators in our heatset web press department.
  • Individuals are working on a crew assisting in the setup, operation and maintenance of Goss Sunday 2000 press lines & our KBA 105 sheetfed press. Our presses are equipment with the latest technology including closed loop color and registration.

  • These positions require the ability to perform basic math and to have good written and verbal communication skills, as well as, previous machine operation experience either in a professional or educational setting.

  • Experience within printing industry is beneficial, but not required, for the fourth press operator position. It is required for the first, second and third press operator position.


Stitcher Operators

  • Qualified candidates will possess strong mechanical and printing skills in addition to demonstrated leadership abilities.
  • Candidates must be able to set-up, operate and maintain a Goss 2200 stitcher.

  • Requires ability to perform basic math functions as related to finishing operations.

  • Prior experience troubleshooting and resolving equipment and print related problems are essential.


Electro-Mechanical Maintenance Technicians

  • Performing scheduled/unscheduled mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic troubleshooting to repair production machines.

  • Assist in large equipment installations and modifications.

  • Installs power supply wiring and conduit for newly installed machines and equipment from 24 volt DC up to 480 volt AC.

  • Connects power supply wires to machines and equipment, and connects cables and wires between machines and equipment.

  • Replaces faulty electrical components such as relays, switches, and motors and positions sensing devices.

  • Replaces and lubricates electric motor bearings and rewires motors.

  • Reading and interpreting equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service.

  • Ensuring compliance with OSHA Safety and Health rules as well as other governmental regulations.

  • Communicating status, progress and schedules to all internal customers.

  • Qualified candidates must have prior mechanical and electrical maintenance experience and knowledge. Two years of Electrical/Mechanical trade school or related field or five years of prior work experience in lieu of a degree.

  • Prior use of hand and power tools; knowledge of machine shop tools and measuring instruments; ability to use and understand readings of electrical measuring tools, including multi meter, oscilloscope and meg ohm meter. Ability to read, write and comprehend written instructions and schematics.