The ATS Traffic team is growing, and we are looking for an additional Sign Shop Printer in Edmonton, Alberta!

ATS Traffic is the largest sign manufacturer in western Canada, and as a certified 3M producer, we take great pride in the quality of our work. We’re looking for a Sign Shop Printer who has a keen eye for aesthetics, superior attention to detail, and has previous screen printing experience. Does this sound like you? If so, we’d love to hear from you!

The Sign Shop Screen Printer Role is vital for maintaining a high level of quality for both stock and custom signage produced in our print shop. This role reports to the Production Coordinator, and is responsible for overseeing the screen making process, working with the closely with fellow Print Shop team members, and ensuring efficiency and accuracy in all print production (digital & screen printing).

This position will be responsible for (but not limited to) the following job duties:

Silk screen printing (ink)

Cutting & lamination of digital signage

Screen Shooting

Screen maintenance

Assist in keeping track of inventories for all digital & screen supplies


In depth knowledge of the screen printing process and all the materials involved

Previous screen printing experience is preferred

Previous print shop experience is an asset

Must be able to pass a drug and alcohol screening


Behavioral Competencies/Skills:

Capable of independent and interactive team work

Self-regulated time management

Able to adapt and change priorities mid-stream

Able to work in a high pressure environment with tight deadlines

Ability to take direction

Strong verbal communication skills

Able to lift up to 75 pounds


While we thank all candidates who express interest in the position, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


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