Photocopier Engineer

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Photocopier Engineer

We are looking for an experienced Photocopier Engineer for a leading MPS organisation. This company a growing and forward-thinking service provider.

Key Responsibilities:

* Service, maintenance and networking of MFDs / Photocopiers

* Supporting customers and other engineers throughout the region

* Dealing with call outs for fault finding and repairs

* Providing an exceptional customer service

Essential Experience:

* It is essential you are currently an engineer working on MFD/Photocopier devices

* Excellent IT / Networking skills

* Excellent communication skills dealing with clients at all levels

* Great time management and ability to work under pressure

Desirable Experience

* Manufacturer trained on Ricoh//Canon/Toshiba or Kyocera machines

* Experience on IT solutions (Equitrac, Ecopy, Papercut)

To apply for this role please send us your CV and covering letter or contact our office to learn more - (phone number removed)

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  • Negotiable
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  • CV-44139
  • Permanent
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