Aug 122017


Come work as a Machine Print Operator and Design Expert at a growing company that offers benefits with opportunities to advance and learn alongside accomplished business leaders.

Kobless Enterprise is an innovative aspiring company open to new individuals to grow with us. We’re on the cutting edge of technology – you’ll be working with the best equipment and software.

  • We’re looking for a full time, with at least 1-3 years or more related experience or using specialist machinery to print billboard, large format and poster displays, as well as for fine-art canvases, banners and exhibition stand.
  • Should be able to mount prints onto special board or card for advertising or display purposes.
  • Create unique items with vibrant and customized printed designs.
  • Aspiring machine print operator should be creative individuals with an eye for design and color.
  • Creative and technical skills in using graphic design programs such as Corel-Draw and Adobe Photoshop.
  • Proficient in ensuring quality control, and the distribution of goods by quantity, color and size.
  • Can design apparel and spirit wear such as T-shirts, flannel, bags, towels and many different types of garments.

The Benefits:

  • Very competitive benefits package.
  • Generous bonus program

We’re located at Opera Square, Accra Central.

Why Should You Apply?

  • Top benefits.
  • Excellent growth and advancement opportunities.
  • Bonus program.
  • Competitive Salary
  • Remote working opportunities.

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