MUIR Omni Graphics holds itself to the highest standards in world class manufacturing, including considerations in quality, safety, and environmental impacts. The ISO Standards to which we are certified set the bar for continuous improvements in quality & customer satisfaction as well as environment impacts.
Many companies can establish compliance to the standards, but MUIR Omni Graphics has a history of embedding elements of those standards into our culture, weaving it into the daily activities of our employees. The business objectives reviewed by leadership teams assure consistent checks are in place and value-added activities for the company’s success as well as the quality of products and services we provide to our clients.
We work to continually LIFT Muir Omni Graphics to new levels of quality by:
By conducting sustainable business today, we can REACH out to the future by:
By aiming toward sustainability, we strive to make a difference not only today but also in the years to come while still providing the highest quality products and services.
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Art Department Technician
Germantown Hills, Illinois
Favorite Part of the Job:
I love seeing the finished product, and watching the art go from just an image onto a screen turned into a finished product to the consumer. It is very rewarding to know all the work that goes into it and the people along the way.
Responsibilities at Muir Omni Graphics:
I am responsible for getting the art ready and completely set-up for the production process. This includes the files used in order to print, cut, and the blueprints that are not already created for the customer.
“Not all those who wander are lost” – J.R.R. Tolkien
Hobbies Outside of Work:
I love to read, go camping, and garden.
What is one thing most people don’t know about you?
One thing most people do not know is that my sister and I are the same age for two and a half weeks, she is also mistaken for the older one.