I'm looking for work at the moment (graphic design) and I have been recommended to a company that are advertising for an 'overprint' designer. But I have never heard of an overprint designer. The position is for a large multinational company and will primarily be working on internal documents, catalogues etc. Which is not a problem for me. However I am reluctant to go for the position (even though I am getting quite desperate now) because I'm guessing its not a creative position at all and with weird job titles etc they kind of seem to operate in there own little world and don't conform to industry standard graphics techniques. You know like Printing.com that insist on naming everything differently and so cause confusion to the customer then blame the customer for not art working correctly when infact it is. So what is an overprint designer or is it a weird made up title from a company naive to graphics standards?