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At Wilson-Hurd a division of Nelson-Miller, we are always looking to expand our dedicated workforce. If you are interested in applying for one of the job openings below, please fill out the Job Application Form by clicking the "Apply Now" button on the right. Wilson-Hurd a division of Nelson-Miller is an equal opportunity employer.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Wausau Digital Print Technician

Department: Manufacturing Operations

Reports To: Printing Team Lead

Date Prepared: November 01, 2021

 

SUMMARY

Service our customers as a member of our Printing team.  Focus on Digital Printing of graphics running our HP5600 Indigo Digital Press.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Set-up & operate the digital printer producing graphic overlays

Set-up & operate screen printing press for back-up colors or textures

Check for ink coverage and density, alignment and registration

Production related trouble shooting

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

N/A

QUALIFICATIONS

Able to work independently with good analytical & problem-solving skills

Good eye for small detail & color deficiencies

Superb mechanical, math & reading abilities

Quality focus

Strong organization & prioritization skills

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

High school degree, GED or equivalent

Additional Graphic Arts education a plus (Adobe Illustrator)

Digital printing experience a plus

MAIN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / FUNCTIONS:

Mixing and preparation of inks for production (two shifts).

Accurate documentation of formula files.

Examine job orders to determine quantities, stock specification, colors or special printing instructions. 

Verify the substrate and ink meet the specifications for a given job.

Color matching.

Monitor inventory levels on a regular basis, ordering or requesting additional supplies, as necessary.

R & D – Developing new ink applications.

Perform other duties as assigned. 

REQUIREMENTS

EXPERIENCE

2 – 3 years of formulating inks for the printing industry on plastics, aluminum or rigid substrates preferred.

Working with back lit color formulations.

Familiarity in using different types of color measurement tools.

Proficient in Excel and Word.

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS

High school degree, GED, or equivalent. 

Additional Graphic Arts education a plus.

Color matching accuracy.

Numerical accuracy.

Organizational skills a must.

Visual color discrimination.

Ability to lift up to 75 lbs. 

Ability to stand for long periods of time.

Mathematical skills a must, able to equate decimals and percentages.

Be able to use a ruler and caliper.

Analytical and problem solving.

No color deficiencies.

Ability to read blueprints.

An understanding of various industry color measurement instruments and ink rheology’s.

Superb organization and prioritization.

Creative thinker – ability to develop, design, or create new applications, ideas relationships, systems or products, including artistic contributions.

Ability to analyze and interpret technical information and procedures.

Team player – work with supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates in person, over the phone or via email.

WORK CONTEXT

Exposure to contaminants or hazardous conditions with inks and chemicals. 

Personal Protective Equipment includes safety glasses, gloves and lab jackets.

Majority of position is standing. 

Time Pressure. 

Importance of being exact or accurate. 

MAIN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / FUNCTIONS:

Set up, feed and operate screen presses efficiently referencing blueprints and job jackets, while maintaining high quality and performance standards.

Check for ink coverage and density, alignment and registration.

Production related trouble shooting.

Inspect printed materials or other images to verify quality.

Collect samples of materials or products for testing.

Clean-up of equipment at job completion.

Successfully cross train into other areas of the department, including prepress. 

Completing all documentation for production requirements. 

Maintain clean working area.

Perform other duties as assigned.  

REQUIREMENTS

EXPERIENCE

Printing operation on plastics, aluminum or rigid substrates preferred, not required.

Machine operation preferred, not required.   

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS

High school degree, GED, or equivalent.

Additional Graphic Arts education a plus.

Excellent physical condition and able to lift up to 50 lbs.

Ability to stand for long periods of time.

Good mechanical, math and reading abilities.

Be able to use a rule and caliper.

Analytical and problem-solving skills.

Good eye for small detail inspection & no color deficiencies.

Ability to read blueprints. 

Dexterity and Arm-Hand Steadiness – ability to quickly move hands, arms, fingers to grasp, manipulate or assemble and the ability to keep hand and arm steady. 

Superb organization and prioritization.

Coordination – adjusting actions in relation to others’ actions.

Operation and Control – controlling operations of equipment or systems. 

Some computer knowledge. 

Quality Conscious

Team Player.

WORK CONTEXT

Exposure to contaminants or hazardous conditions with inks and chemicals. 

Personal Protective Equipment includes safety glasses, gloves and lab jackets.

100% standing position.

Time pressure. 

MAIN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / FUNCTIONS:

• Set up, feed and operate screen presses efficiently referencing blueprints and job jackets, while maintaining high quality and performance standards.

• Check for ink coverage and density, alignment and registration.

• Production related trouble shooting.

• Inspect printed materials or other images to verify quality.

• Collect samples of materials or products for testing.

• Clean-up of equipment at job completion.

• Successfully cross train into other areas of the department, including prepress. 

• Additional duties as assigned. 

KEY METRICS

• Setting up and running screen print operation.

• Reading prints and job travelers.

• Counting parts and inspection.

REQUIREMENTS

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS

• High school degree, GED, or equivalent.

• Additional Graphic Arts education a plus.

EXPERIENCE

• Printing operation on plastics, aluminum or rigid substrates a plus but not a requisite.

• Machine operation a plus but not a requisite. 

SKILLS & ABILITIES

• No color deficiencies.

• Ability to read blueprints. 

• Analytical and problem-solving skills.

• Dexterity and Arm-Hand Steadiness – ability to quickly move hands, arms, fingers to grasp, manipulate or assemble and the ability to keep hand and arm steady. 

• Superb organization and prioritization.

• Coordination – adjusting actions in relation to others’ actions.

• Operation and Control – controlling operations of equipment or systems. 

• Excellent physical condition and able to lift up to 50 lbs.

• Ability to stand for long periods of time.

• Some computer knowledge. 

• Good mechanical, math and reading abilities. 

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

• Good eye for small detail.

• Ambitious, energetic, quality conscience.

• Driven and results oriented.

• Self-directed multi-tasker and works well under pressure.

• Professional approach.

• Team player – work with supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates in person.

WORK CONTEXT

• Exposure to contaminants or hazardous conditions with inks and chemicals. 

• Personal Protective Equipment includes safety glasses, gloves and lab jackets.

• 100% standing position.

• Time pressure. 

• Importance of being exact or accurate. 

MAIN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / FUNCTIONS:

Running of laminators, steel rule die, hole punch, power cutter, laser, and knife cutter

Production related trouble shooting

Successfully cross train into other areas of the department

REQUIREMENTS

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS

High school diploma or equivalent a must

EXPERIENCE

1-2 yrs. manufacturing experience

SKILLS

Machine Operation experience.

Excellent physical condition and able to lift up to 50 lbs

Able to sit or stand for long periods of time

Good mechanical, math and reading abilities

Be able to use a ruler and caliper and read and interpret gauges

Analytical and problem-solving skills

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

Good eye for small detailed inspection

Self-motivated

Ambitious and energetic

Quality conscious

Team player

JOB SUMMARY

Under supervision assemble and test basic forms of electronic control products.  Package, label and prepare finished goods for shipment or stock.  Utilize assembly drawings and job tickets to manufacture quality products. 

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Using job tickets and assembly drawings build basic forms of electronic control products

Position, align, and adjust parts for proper fit and assembly

Correctly record number of products tested or built on job tickets

Utilize the ERP system to input job ticket data

KEY METRICS

On-time performance *

Customer returns *

Build plan-to-actual job performance *

*These metrics will be measured as a group

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

With guidance from upper level production assemblers perform quality checks on products and parts to verify conformance to assembly drawings

Verify package quantity to ensure orders are complete

Use various forms of production tools and equipment

Attach part identification labels to parts

Other duties and responsibilities as assigned

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

None

QUALIFICATIONS

Education

High school diploma or equivalent

Experience

Production and manufacturing experience is a plus

Manufacturing job shop environment experience preferred

Personal Attributes

Proven team player  

Driven and results oriented 

Professional approach 

Ability to be flexible to meet changing requirements

PRIMARY WORK SCHEDULE: Monday - Thursday

MAIN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES / FUNCTIONS:

Perform in-process inspection during printing operation

Assist press operator, including clean-up – keeping press downtime to a minimum

Operate all color computer equipment in the department

KEY METRICS

Counting accuracy

Detailed vision accuracy

SECONDARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Cross train in other areas of the plant as required

REQUIREMENTS

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS

High school diploma or equivalent a must

EXPERIENCE

1-2 years’ work experience working in a manufacturing facility

1-2 years’ experience working with printing a plus

SKILLS

Good eye for small detailed inspection

Able to sit or stand for long periods of time

Good organizational skills

Good basic math skills and be able to use a ruler

Some computer background

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

Ambitious, energetic and quality conscious

Good attendance

Team player, willing to work independently