Automated Teller And Office Machine Repair in United States

at a Confidential Company

Industry
Utility
Specialization
Engineering
Minimum Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
Entry Level
Employment Type
Full Time
Gender
Male or Female

Job Description

Automated Teller and Office Machine Repair Job Description

*Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers troubleshoot equipment malfunction problems.

*They provide machine maintenance and they repair equipment commonly used in office settings.

*Field technicians travel to companies to diagnose and repair equipment problems.

*They provide scheduled maintenance.

*Computer repairers work with computer equipment; they evaluate the server and the efficiency of the mainframe.

*They install computers and answer questions to provide technical and customer support.

*They often monitor hard drives and other data storage components to determine if a replacement solution is needed.

*They work closely with bench technicians who diagnose computer problems through installing software onto the computer.

*Office machine and cash register servicers typically troubleshoot and repair office copiers and retail store cash machines.

*Office machine repairers work to resolve minor equipment issues such as copy problems and broken lamps. They usually replace parts.

*Automated teller machine servicers install ATMs.

*They provide resolution to ATM technical problems associated with the machine not reading or misreading the patron’s debit card.

*They repair and remove faulty parts.

*Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers use equipment tools to diagnose problems. Such tools include multimeters, software, and other forms of hand tools.


Duties and Responsibilities

*Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers work in areas that receive much sunlight.

*They mostly work indoors, with the exception of field repairers who travel as part of their job responsibilities.

*They may work in repair shops and in ventilated surroundings.

*They may work overtime, weekends, and most holidays.


Training and Education Requirements

*Computer, automated teller, and office machine repairers must be knowledgeable in the field of electronics.

*They are required to have a minimum of an associate’s degree and a certification in their field of expertise.

*They may complete training through an approved and accredited vocational school that offers electronics as a major or through experience gained in the military.

*Most training is achieved on-the-job, but technicians are still expected to have formally received instruction in technicians and equipment repair principles.

*New repairers and technicians must demonstrate their knowledge through on-the-job practicum in order to be considered for a recommendation to a certification program
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