Mō Te Kaitukumahi
Soar Communications Group (SCG) is a new entity formed as a result of the merger between print specialist Soar Print and communications group ICG. Both companies have had an open and strong working relationship for well over a decade, built on the family-led values of each of the company’s founding fathers. Our goal at SCG is to strengthen the visual communication offering and give greater opportunity within its creative services, thereby strengthening our marketing and direct marketing services.
The team at SCG is passionate about delivering great work, while using curiosity and innovation to drive ongoing efficiencies. Across the group, SCG offers a wide range of services from print and creative to content and marketing automation.
SCG proudly owns and publishes some of New Zealand’s leading magazine titles in their niche audiences, including Dish, Good, NZ Marketing and StopPress. We are a team of over 180 people that bring their passion and creativity together to produce great work that inspires others. We work with some of New Zealand’s biggest brands to create their magazines, including habitat by Resene, BlackWhite, Liquorland Toast and AA Directions.
SCG invest in the best new technologies, constantly seek to improve how they work, respecting the environment and looking after their people. SCG see their people as their greatest asset!
This is an award winning business - Soar Print won both Apprentice of the Year and Trainer of the Year 2020 (awarded in 2021).
Mō Te Huarahi
Print bindery is the finishing stage of the print process where all of the print is bound, stitched, folded, or cut either by hand or machinery.
This is a secure career path where you will become proficient in all aspects of print bindery work and in particular operating and maintaining folding, stitching and guillotine machinery. Being an apprenticeship, you will also be responsible for completing your apprenticeship modules to a high standard on time throughout your apprenticeship. You will receive ample support to do this.
Soar Print is currently looking for a keen, motivated and fit individual with a mechanical aptitude who is keen to take on a bindery apprenticeship and learn from highly skilled print bindery tradespeople.
You will need:
Hours will be discussed with you at interview stage with Soar Print. In general work hours are flexible here, so long as you work 40 hours between 6 am and 6 pm. Many of the team work from 7.30 am to 3.30 pm Monday to Friday.
New Zealand Certificate in Binding and Finishing (Level 4)
Graduates of this qualification will be able to:
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