Copier/Printer Service Technician person

Company Name:
Blake and Associates Employment Systems
Established Atlantic County Business that deals in office supplies, seeks Copier/Printer Service Technician person, Prefer prior work experience, 1 to 3 years Related office products (Ricoh experience helpful) Requirements Training : Education High School Diploma equivalent. Formal electricians training Preferred: BS or vocational trade related education. Responsibilities: Our Copier Printer Service Technician will be knowledgeable and enjoy traveling to customers location to provide friendly expert service. Additional responsibilities for the Repair Technician include: Maintaining and repairing office equipment, Troubleshooting and diagnosing issues with the equipment, Interfacing with the customer to determine purpose of service needed on equipment and ensuring satisfaction with service performed, Processing required paperwork associated with the service performed Job Requirements: The Printer Service Technician will have a background in Printer/Copier Maintenance. Additional Requirements for the Repair Technician include: Experience with Ricoh, Savin, Lanier is helpful, Will consider experience on other brands such as Canon, Kyocera, Samsung, Sharp, Toshiba, Konica Minolta, Hewlett Packard etc. Must have a good driving record, Must have a valid drivers New Jersey Drivers license. Company offers competitive Salary 40K to 45K+ D.O.E. We offer full benefits, including 401(k), major medical, paid holiday and vacation, as well as offering a generous auto reimbursement or company vehicle consideration Please Specify the position responding as we have several opportunities posted on various sites. Also provide cover letter that show anything and everything that you have done in past work/education history that matches this job spec. Ed Blake, 609.645.3330

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