Collectors is building the future of how collectors find, buy, authenticate, track & research collectibles - from sports cards, coins, and video games to Pokemon cards. With industry leading services as our foundation and the creativity of our employees, Collectors is leading the way to a tech-forward and modern collectibles industry. The Collectors family of companies includes leaders in third-party authentication and grading services such as PSA (sports and trading cards), PCGS (coins), WATA (video games), and CardLadder, a comprehensive analytics and financial tracking of sports cards.

We are looking for a Printing and Data Entry Clerk (Flip Print Coordinator) to join the Flip Printing Team at PSA. You'll report to the Flip Print Supervisor and work at our office in Santa Ana, CA.

What You'll Do

  • Process & print the labels out for PSA submissions.
  • Maintains and helps keep the organization and flow in the sealing and grading department
  • Maintains that the printer is aligned for the labels
  • Responsible for keeping the orders organized and prepared for sealing
  • Prioritizes Invitational/Rush orders while sustains the flow of other regular line work
  • Manages Custom Encapsulation Orders
  • Arranges and separates orders that requires the Research Department to make any
    format or spec change

Who You Are

  • Problem solver: Must have good problem-solving skills and show good judgment.
  • Technical Skills: Proficiency with computers and software applications such as Google Spreadsheets, Google Docs
    Excel, and effective internet searching. Should have proficient skills in typing; ten key by touch.
  • Able to communicate effectively either orally or by other means; email etc.
  • Team-oriented and detail-oriented
  • Organizational Support: Follow policies and procedures, complete tasks correctly and on time.
  • Demonstrate accuracy while still maintaining a high level of productivity.
  • Follow instruction and respond to management directions
  • Should be able to lift 50 pounds or more.  Will also need to carry, lift, walk, push, and pull heavy items. 
  • Must be able to work mornings Monday-Friday

Reasons To Join Us: 

  • Health Insurance: All full-time employees are eligible to enroll in Medical, Dental, and Vision 
  • 401(K) Matching Plan: We are proud to offer a competitive 401k matching plan to our employees to support their future financial goals 
  • Vacation: All full-time employees are eligible for paid vacation 
  • Holiday Pay: All regular, full-time employees are eligible for ten company paid holidays 
  • Employee Discounts: Employees receive discounts on select grading services for approved submissions 
  • Flexible Hours: Many of our teams offer flexible schedules with varying shifts and will work with you to accommodate your needs 
  • Fun Working Environment: Our team members are invited to participate in celebrations, holiday events, and team building activities 

About PSA (PSA roles only)

Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) is the largest and most trusted third-party trading card authentication and grading company in the world. Since its inception in 1991, PSA has certified over 40 million cards and collectibles with a cumulative declared value of over a billion dollars. PSA is a division of Collectors Universe, Inc. For more information, visit www.PSAcard.com.

 

 

Roles advertised as remote eligible are not open to applicants in Colorado and may not be performed in Colorado.

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About Collectors 

Collectors is the leading provider of value-added services to the collectible’s markets. We authenticate and grade collectible coins, trading cards, video games, event tickets, autographs, and memorabilia through our subsidiaries, which include Professional Sports Authenticators (PSA), Professional Coin Grading Services (PCGS), Certified Coin Exchange (CCE), Wata, Card Ladder, Collectors Corner, Set Registry, Collectors.com, and the Long Beach Expo collectibles trade show. Since our founding in 1986, we have graded and authenticated more than 80 million items. We employ over 1,000 people across our Santa Ana, CA headquarters, New Jersey, Seattle, Hong Kong, Paris, Shanghai and Tokyo. For more information, visit http://www.collectors.com.

We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, national origin, gender, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital or parental status, disability, veteran status, or other class protected by applicable law. We believe that a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills will better service the diverse community of collectors we support.

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