Coordinator of Printing Services
April 6th, 2020

Job Description

Direct and manage all printing, bindery, delivery and mailroom staff

Job Responsibilities


  • Direct and coordinate the production, pricing, and delivery of printed products
  • Ensure employees have the knowledge and information needed to complete their daily workload efficiently
  • Oversee two budgets totaling $1.3 million with fiscal responsibility and sound stewardship
  • Ensure cost recovery to avoid budget deficit
  • Supervise pricing and inventory policies designed to appropriately compete and achieve desired gross margin
  • Develop and review budget goals
  • Ensure all customers receive courteous and efficient service from all employees
  • Quote all incoming printing jobs in a timely manner
  • Produce a spread sheet that contains due dates, description of customer requests, paper and ink types, binding type and cost for all jobs produced
  • Monitor and process staff time records including leave reports and submit in accordance with district procedures
  • Plan for and provide opportunities for employee advancement and development
  • Maintain inventory to assure service with a minimum of delivery delays
  • Operate specialized computer programs and related current applications used in the creation and design of illustrations, artwork design and layout for screen printing
  • Determine staffing requirements, hold interviews, and hire new employees following all district guidelines and policies
  • Stay current with changes from the United States Postal Service on mailing cost and procedures
  • Support Communications and Public Relations with events and promotional needs
  • Stay current with trends in printing and machinery 


  • Proficiency in all areas of printing and mailing procedures
  • Ability to use various software programs such as InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Excel, Word, etc.
  • Understanding and subsequent execution of the following presses/copiers:  Roland SolJETpro4, Mimaki JFX200 2513, Mutoh Value Jet VJ-1617H, ABDick 9910, ABDick9995, Sakurai Oliver 266EPZ, Prestek 52DO 4 Color Process to produce posters, banners, reports, programs, promotional items and t-shirts
  • Ability to prioritize work flow to address the needs of all departments and schools as requested
  • Ability to maintain an efficient, cost-effective, print production and delivery schedule
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work with short timelines and quick turnaround
  • Ability to make presentations/speak to groups about print services

Job Qualifications


  • High school diploma or GED
  • Minimum five years of experience in production management
  • Successful experience with leadership, direction and coordination of print projects
  • Successful experience with managing large budgets 


  • Bachelor’s degree 

How to Apply

Submit:  Must be online on

Attach the following to the online application:

  • Cover Letter
  • Detailed resume with references 
  • Complete transcripts of undergraduate and graduate coursework 

Dr. Gradyne Brown, Assistant Superintendent Human Resources
DEADLINE:  Until filled 

INTERVIEWS:  Conducted as needed

DATE AVAILABLE: June 1, 2020


Additional Information

Dr. Mida Milligan, Executive Director of Communications and Public Relations

SALARY RANGE:  Min. $58,234; Mid. $70,161; Max. $82,089

Posted By
Robin Enriquez

Educating 56,000 students across 72 campuses, Garland ISD ranks as the second-largest district in Dallas County, fifth-largest in Dallas-Fort Worth, 15th-largest in Texas, and is among the 75-largest in America. With a rich, 100-year tradition of excellence, GISD boasts a diverse population that speaks more than 70 languages, as well as technology-driven campuses, magnet programs and approximately 200 Career and Technical Education courses. Our family of three cities shares a vision that serves to provide an exceptional education to all students.


Garland, TX

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