Techn, Electrician

California Community News is looking for an Electrician to work on all Printing and Pachaging Machinery. The facility runs as a 24-hours/7-days a week, fast-paced, and deadline-driven operation.
Set-up and monitor automatic equipment including inserters, labelers, strappers, folders, ink jet printers, and other support equipment.
Maintain the preventive maintenance program, to ensure that new and/or existing equipment meets or exceeds performance standards for serviceability.
Maintain documentation of all maintenance and repairs performed on equipment to analyze equipment performance.
Oversee and maintain an adequate parts inventory for Operations equipment to ensure timely repairs and minimize downtime.
Establish and promote a safe and healthy work environment for the department. Follow policies, programs and procedures for the reduction and elimination of industrial accidents.
High School diploma or equivalent related experience and 2 years technical training in electrical maintenance.
Requires three to five years experience in a newspaper/direct mail production environment.
Must have strong mechanical aptitude, good mechanical knowledge and the ability to operate equipment including inserters, labelers, stackers, strappers and pallet jacks. Must have basic electrical/technical skills and must be skilled in the use of basic mechanics tools.
Requires bending, twisting, knelling, walking and standing for long periods and the ability to lift 70 pounds.
Must have the ability to work independently and work under deadline pressure. Must have effective interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with all personnel.
Position requires working in production areas while forklifts, pallet jacks, inserting and related equipment is in use. Working in this environment directly results in exposure to paper dust in the air and high noise levels from running equipment.
Must be abel to work all shifts, weekends and holidays.
Must pass a background and drug/alcohol test.
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