01 Mar
Mechanic Trainee
Connecticut, Windsor , 06006 Windsor USA

About UsData-Mail is a family owned company that was established in 1971 in Newington, CT as a leading national print and lettershop helping companies in a variety of industries with their personalization and direct mail services. We are now one of the largest employers in the Hartford, CT metropolitan region with over 800 employees working across two facilities and multiple shifts. Our services support some of the largest companies and advertising agencies in the country. Benefits of Joining Our Team

Competitive Pay Rates

Comprehensive Benefits Packages

401K Matching Program

Opportunities for Overtime

Referral Bonuses

Vacation and Paid Time Off

Weekly Pay

Career Advancement Opportunities

SUMMARYThis position is responsible for machine setups and preventive maintenance of all production equipment, as well as provide continuous improvement to the preventive maintenance process.WORK SCHEDULE12 hour shift (6 am - 6pm/6 pm - 6 am) ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Perform setups on machines in a timely manner. Clean machines prior to setups and inspect the machines as a preventive maintenance measure.

Perform preventive maintenance on machines when necessary.

Perform minor electrical testing, such as, change fuses and fix broken wires.

Respond to machine problems throughout the plant. Diagnose problems and perform minor repairs and adjustments as quickly as possible to avoid production delays.

Read job recaps thoroughly and check jobs as to accuracy, reporting any error or discrepancy to the supervisor immediately

Maintain production standards. Report any production, quality or safety problems to the supervisor immediately.

Contact the parts department to obtain new parts and return old parts, filling out all appropriate logs to ensure maintenance of accurate parts inventory. Keep machine parts cabinet up-to-date.

Assist in training new mechanics and setup operators.

Move to other areas or perform other duties as directed by supervision.

Comply with company rules and regulations.

Maintain confidentiality of company-sensitive data.

Implement a commitment to quality philosophy and recommend methods and procedures to reduce cost and/or improve operating efficiency of the department.

Keep manager/supervisor informed of activities and situations that will impact the achievement of corporate or department goals and objectives.

Perform other related duties as required to achieve the goals and objectives of the department and company.


High School Diploma or GED

1-2 years experience in machine repair or equivalent.

COMPETENCIESAbility to use basic hand and power tools, such as:

Standard and metric wrenches and sockets


Electric meters and testers



Electric sander/grinder

Machine shop tools

Experience with standard and advanced tools

Computer literacy

Ability to comprehend parts/operator manuals.

Good Communication skills, verbal and written

Read schematics and prints

Read, follow and comprehend technical manuals

Run and adjust machines

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