Pacific Office Automation

  • Ricoh Copier Technician

    Job Locations US-AZ-Phoenix
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  • Overview

    Pacific Office Automation is a recognized leader in office management solutions, offering state-of-the-art technology and award-winning customer service. We have grown to 25 office throughout 7 states – Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado. We support Ricoh, Konica Minolta, Sharp, Canon/Oce’, HP, Lexmark, Muratec and others to fulfill office needs. We are the largest private dealership in the nation, and one of the world’s largest dealers for Konica Minolta copiers, printers, faxes and multifunctional devices. Yet our focus remains local.


    Due to our phenomenal growth and reputation in the industry, we are currently seeking experienced Ricoh Copier Technicians at our Phoenix, Arizona branch.


    As a Copier Technician your following duties will include:


    • Troubleshooting and repairing office equipment (copiers, Multi-function print devices, etc.)
    • Providing high quality technical support to our customer base
    • Communicating with customers to ensure satisfaction
    • Developing options to solve unusual problems
    • Managing time, resources and territorial consideration



    Qualifications and Skills


    • Technical service Experience and training with Ricoh Copiers a must
    • Experience/training with KM, Canon, Sharp, Oce’, HP, Lexmark, other manufacturers is a plus!
    • Strong computer knowledge
    • At least 2 years of service technician experience





    If you are a problem solver who is detail-oriented and capable of multi-tasking, we want to talk to you! This position offers a full benefit package which includes matched 401k, full health/dental/vision insurance, FSA


    We are a company with deep roots in the West, employing 950+ hard-working men and women. We are dedicated to supporting the communities in which we operate, including many philanthropic efforts to support academics and athletics.




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