Electrical Technician

Company Name:
Requisition Number 5206
Country United States
State Minnesota
City Shakopee
Area of Interest Manufacturing/Skilled Trades
Job Type Full-Time
Job Description
Quad/Graphics is seeking an Electrical Technician. This is your opportunity to enhance your skills working with the industry's most advanced printing equipment. Plus, with a tradition of innovation, history of strength, and supportive culture behind you, your career will be primed for advancement.
The Electrical Technician will provide support to the plant for electrical / electronic and other general repair or maintenance related items to include Production Equipment such as Printing Presses & Bindery Machines and Facility Support Equipment such as Balers & Forklifts.
This full time position consists of 12 hour shifts (7 p.m. - 7 a.m.) and includes weekends and holidays.
Successful candidates must be able to perform the following: lift 10-15 pounds continuously, lift up to 70 pounds occasionally, stand long hours, use hands and wrists continuously in controlled movement, receive and follow instructions and use vision in order to identify defects with or without reasonable accommodation. Good verbal and written comprehension, the ability to thrive in a team environment, and work independently with minimal supervision is required.
Other requirements include:
Technical school graduate in electrical or electronic maintenance related program or equivalent experience.
Proficient in PLC controllers, AC & DC drives, electrical component analysis, use of electrical meters and oscilloscopes, and basic mechanical repair.
Knowledge and application of basic 110-480 volt electrical theory.
Comprehension of blueprints and technical text.
Versed in troubleshooting techniques.
3-5 years experience in printing or related manufacturing environment.
Ability to use a personal computer.
Additional Company Information
We offer excellent benefits to eligible employees, including 401(k) and profit sharing plans, holidays, vacations and more.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Drug Free Workplace

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