Graphic Designer

Print Production Operators / Printer – Aldershot, Hampshire

Job Posted – 10th September 2018

The Pen Warehouse are looking for enthusiastic people to join our team as Print Production Operators. You will perform a variety of general production functions in our busy print department, working with pad and screen print techniques.

The work involves:

  • Loading and operation of various types of print equipment
  • Producing high quality products that meet our customers’ expectations.
  • Performing packing and shipping functions
  • Setting up, adjusting and operating various types of equipment and performing cleaning and maintenance checks – ensuring Health & Safety standard are met.
  • Performing quality checks and ensuring products are of high quality.
  • Performing any and all related tasks as assigned by Management

Depending on experience

Working Hours
We are looking for people to work our late shift – 14.30pm to 23.15pm

What to expect
Your working environment will within our busy production area, producing promotional merchandise for our various customers.

Good level of general education required. Any production or machining qualification would be highly advantageous.


  • Secondary education or equivalent experience
  • Driven and energetic
  • Desire to function in a team based environment
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong dedication to team member morale, customer service, safety, quality and delivery
  • Live within easily commutable distance of Aldershot

Work experience
Previous experience in a production environment or as a machine operator would be highly advantageous.

Career prospects
Opportunities for growth and promotion are always available for the right candidate.

To apply for this position, please complete the form below and upload your CV and Cover Letter.

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The Evolution of Fashion and Writing Infographic

It’s clear that written communication and manufactured clothing are among the cornerstones of human society, and just two of the many developments that set us apart from the other intelligent life we share this planet with. The earliest evidence of communication via symbolic imagery originates from over 35 millennia ago, around the same time the first textiles were known to have been created. Since then, we can clearly trace the parallel development of writing and clothing.

We’ve created a fantastic infographic with the help of our friends at Pierre Cardin personalised gifts. The Evolution of Fashion and Writing Instruments is a fascinating journey from primeval caves to current trends, via Ancient Egyptian, Chinese enterprise and the Industrial Revolution.

So the next time you sit with a pen in your hand and a shirt on your back, spare a thought for where it all began…

Pierre Cardin Infographic