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Hanes Brands Production Sheet Processor (Data Entry + Proofing) - 18716-0921-25913 in Manhattan, Kansas

This job was posted by https://www.kansasworks.com : For more information, please see: https://www.kansasworks.com/jobs/11681757 Overview

This position is responsible to review all screen print graphics for branding complaint and production accurate graphics. The Production Sheet Processor ensures that all of the instructions were followed by the Graphic Artist and confirms that the artwork, separation files, naming conventions, spelling, as well as logos/verbiage are accurately depicted. Production Sheet Processors are responsible for all art to be correctly loaded to the Kerp's License and Print Art database for the factories use. Production Sheet Processors will be responsible to work in a timely manner, with the ability to multitask and quickly change priorities as needed.


+ Verifies order specifics including logo code and team codes, correct PMS ink colors, size restrictions, and location restrictions; Verifies refer-to information from the art setup files provided to us by Creative.

+ Checks spelling visually against provided logo slicks and any other reference material attached; Uses dictionary, maps and online licensing information located on the Macintosh server. Confirm all special information regarding teams and locations such as established dates, team rosters, playoff schedules, school locations, etc.

+ Manages orders in proofing bins, workflow on desk and helps with organization of work in the department.

+ Works with scheduling and management to confirm correct order of proofing to meet the art complete date to meet production deadlines and turn rush orders quickly.

+ Understands server layout and process for art record creation in Kerp's database to house each art file.

+ Understanding of screen print separation process and underlay theory.

+ Processes on all types of orders including Russell, Champion, Knights Apparel, Graphic Design Line Samples, rush orders, and contingency orders.

+ Maintain Production Sheet Processing goals of an average of 60-70 designs per day and departmental monthly goals after training period


+ High School Diploma or GED

+ General knowledge of Macintosh and PC computers

+ Knowledge of Oracle and the Art Master a plus

To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States and should not require now, or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status.

EOE/AA: Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled.

Only applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact us directly:

Telephone: 877.999.5553