Circle Graphics is the world’s foremost producer of grand and large-format digital graphics. We are an industry leader in creating innovative products for outdoor advertising, business signage, wall decor, art reproduction, and the professional photography and art communities.
Our combined 407,000 square feet of manufacturing facilities across the United States house over 88 grand and large format digital printers, custom automated finishing equipment, and coating capabilities to produce printed recyclable materials up to 16 ft wide. Our prepress department processes more than 40,000 files per day with the aid of proprietary software automation tools. We operate around-the-clock, 7 days a week to deliver extraordinary customer service, and print over 431 million square feet of material annually. We specialize in industry leading innovations accompanied by world-class service.
Job Description Overview:
The Maintenance Technician Level I has the primary responsibility of performing maintenance and repair tasks on machines and equipment in our Longmont facility. S/he is responsible for ensuring that all preventive and repair tasks are performed per standard operating procedures (when applicable), to ensure repair quality and maximize machine uptime.
**Shift is Team 1 6:00 am-6:00 pm. Rotating days off.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
PREVENTITIVE MAINTENANCE: 34%
- Perform Preventive Maintenance tasks with limited assistance utilizing written procedures, equipment documentation or checklists
- Follow PM checklists and perform listed tasks such as lubricate, clean, replace, adjust, document gauge reading, etc.
- Ensure all PM tasks are performed safely by following Circle Graphics’ LO/TO Procedure
MACHINE AND EQUIPMENT ADJUSTMENTS: 33%
- Perform basic machine adjustments with limited assistance having been given verbal instruction, written procedure, equipment documentation, or having been trained previously on the given adjustment
- Adjust Machine parameters within documented process range to achieve good product
- Perform machine set up to allow for different product production
- Ensure all adjustments are performed safely and follow Circle Graphics’ LO/TO Procedure
TROUBLESHOOTING AND GENERAL REPAIR: 33%
- Perform basic equipment repair tasks with limited assistance having been given verbal instruction, written procedure, equipment documentation or having been trained previously on the given task
- Install motors, bearing, sensors, belts and other various components
- Troubleshoot basic machine malfunctions with guidance and assistance from more senior techs
- Observe and report equipment malfunction to more senior tech, and with verbal feedback perform additional troubleshooting tasks to further the diagnostic process
EDUCATION AND FORMAL TRAINING:
- Associate degree in Engineering/related discipline or equivalent experience
- Minimum 2 years’ experience in Industrial Maintenance or related field
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY:
- Have good base level understanding of Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic components and systems
- Identify components, understand what they do, and safely replace them with new components
- Understand and demonstrate safe use of all hand and power tools required to perform job functions: Wrenches, Screwdrivers, Power Drills, DMM’s, Mills, Drill Presses, Band Saws, etc.
- Basic computer skills
- Ability to lift approximately 50 lbs.
- Must understand vague and implicit instructions, and react favorable in all work situations
- Must be approachable and responsive to a variety of people and issues
- Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflict and make effective decisions under pressure
- Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers and customers
- Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure and calculate figures and amounts such as proportions and percentages, and apply all concepts of basic algebra
- Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardizations exists