A good place to work, but little chance to keep up with current technologies.
Pros: some opportunites to learn new management skills.
Cons: no chance for position improvement.
Monitoring and and maintaining all workflow through both the copy and print sides of the shop. Tracking the use and charges for all jobs processed, Learning to use state reporting databases for documentations.
After the retirement of my supervisor in 2008, I was responsible for all duties that he had formerly provided for the shop. This was great experience. Co-workers were very knowleable of the duties and performed well with little supervision.
The hardest part of the job was employee evaluations.
The most enjoyable was in serving the daily needs of my customers, and knowing that they had their projects in hand when they were needed.