Electro Mechanical Technician- Multiple Locations
Position Overview:Quad/Graphics is currently seeking an Electro Mechanical Tech at several of our locations. Paid relocation help may be available. Licensure is not required.The ideal candidate is responsible for servicing and troubleshooting the production and support equipment within our plants. Applicants will also preferably be knowledgeable in the areas of machine installation, preventative maintenance, and machine operation.Basic electrical troubleshooting and repair in a fast paced manufacturing environment. Working with voltages up to 480 vac Working with AC/DC motors and drives Blueprint readingQuad/Graphics is a casual and friendly place to work where ingenuity is rewarded and diversity is embraced.About Us:Quad/Graphics is one of the largest commercial printers in the world. Since our founding in 1971, the company has grown to an employee roster of 25,000 strong. Headquartered in Wisconsin, our company has print-production facilities on three continents.Quad/Graphics is a leading provider of print solutions for consumer magazines, special interest publications, catalogs and specialty products. We provide full production services, from design and photography through printing, finishing and distribution, using the most modern equipment and service approaches in the industry.We are a value-driven company committed to our clients, employees, communities and the environment. As the industry leader, we take print to a higher level of service and our employees are encouraged to think and act like owners and innovate solutions.Required Qualifications:Associate Degree in Electronics or related field and/or State Electrical license, or a minimum of 5 years of electrical / electronic repair experience in a manufacturing or mechanical environment Demonstrate proficiency utilizing a personal computer, ordering parts and materials by using appropriate company purchasing requirements including computerized maintenance management systems Maintain, service, troubleshoot, and repair electrical and electronic circuitry and related components associated with Production and facility equipment Basic knowledge of AC/DC drive systems and various types of computer operated control circuitry Utilize electrical ladder diagrams, electronic circuitry diagrams, and software programs to modify, repair, or improve equipment functionality Utilize a variety of tools such as: hand tools, power tools, electrical/electronic test equipment and calibration equipment Self-motivated, have good communication skills, and working relationships with others Ability to work 12 hours rotating shifts (7 am - 7 pm and 7 pm - 7 am) with some overtime required. Ability to work closely with engineers, technicians and peers to maintain electronic/electrical systems on new and specialized equipment with knowledge of the National Electrical Code and execute the most cost effective method to fulfill customer and code requirementsSimilar words include electrician journeyman or master, nuclear or submarine troubleshooting or troubleshoot, industrial mechanic, PLC and programmable logic controller.