Pacific Office Automation

  • Printer Technician

    Job Locations US-OR-Portland
    Job ID
    2018-1711
    Category
    Technicians
  • Overview

    If you are a problem solver who is detail-oriented and capable of multi-tasking, we want to talk to you! We are seeking experienced and entry level printer technicians at our headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. We have positions open for regular business hours, evenings, nights and weekends.

     

    As a Printer Technician, your duties will include:

    • Troubleshooting and repairing office printers, fax machines, mail machines, 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 considerations
    • Determining “the cause” of issues through proper troubleshooting and performing thorough/quality service.

    Qualifications:

    • Mechanical and Electrical Mindset
    • Experience and training with Printer lines including Lexmark and HP, Ricoh, Cannon, Sharp is a plus but not required
    • Strong computer knowledge

     

    This position offers a full benefit package, matched 401k, full health/dental/vision insurance for you (at NO Cost to the employee), FSA programs and more.

     

    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 twenty-five office throughout eight states – Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho and Colorado.

     

    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. We support Sharp, Canon, HP, Lexmark and others to fulfill your office needs. Our focus remains local. 

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