3rd Shift (Weekend Days) - Digital Press Mechanic
3rd shift hours:
Fri-Sun, 4am - 4pm
Thurs, 4am - 4pm every other week
*Flexibility with hours required, as work during other hours/shifts may be needed during peak seasons
Maintain and optimize the performance and utilization of the equipment.
Understand the capabilities of the machine to achieve optimum print quality.
Meet the daily, weekly and monthly service repair need of equipment optimizing customer satisfaction through service excellence.
Work directly with internal customers to keep the equipment up and running at maximum peak efficiency.
Troubleshoot, diagnose and resolve any equipment issues.
Install hardware and perform needed equipment updates and upgrades.
Escalate unresolved issues in a timely manner to minimize equipment downtime.
Position yourself to serve as the main point of contact in all equipment interactions to enable production goals to be effectively met.
Anticipate and understand opportunities for optimizing printing operation and customer satisfaction.
Perform routine scheduled preventative maintenance according to procedures.
• Ability to follow written instructions.
• Positive attitude and willingness to learn new things.
• Awareness that every press is different and the ability to optimize press operation in a unique environment.
• Expert knowledge on the general and technical aspects of high-end digital printing operation.
•Mechanical aptitude and skills to perform adjustments and maintenance on mechanical systems, troubleshooting and worn components replacement.
•Electrical expertise in high voltage electrical safety procedures, detailed understanding of Lock Out/ Tag Out procedures.
•Experience and ability to determine the voltage of exposed energized parts and identification of hazards
•Proficient in Electronics, including reading schematic drawings, wiring, PCBs and component level troubleshooting
• Qualified in pneumatics, including deep understanding and troubleshoot/repair skills of pneumatic systems and corresponding component failures
• Comfortable with documentation of electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, software, maintenance and repair procedures
• Experienced with systems administration (e.g. Windows and/or Linux environment).
• Knowledgeable in Operating Systems management, maintenance of User access, control management and security role administration
• Understand basic theory of TCP/IP and Ethernet networking
• Strong organizational skills.
• Ability to maintain a clean and orderly work environment (5S).
• A methodical "procedure-oriented" approach to tasks.
• An affinity for detail for quality control purposes.
• Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Associates Degree or vocational/technical school diploma or certificate.
5+ years (Additional years of experience will be reviewed for a lesser degree beyond the minimum requirement of a High School Diploma or GED.
Additional courses in print production, operations, or similar functional areas a plus.
Courses in chemistry, electronics, color theory, are desired.
Background and experience in conventional offset operation, preferably in color printing.
An understanding of prepress functions.
Experience in operating mechanical/ electromechanical equipment.
Experience in basic computer operation
Digital press experience preferred