Photocopier Engineer/MFD Engineer
The position is based out of Central London, and covers the West End and City primarily, but with some other sites within the M25 sphere.
Walking Photocopier Engineer in London. Your job will be to provide maintenance and service repairs on Konica Minolta Photocopiers within the City of London.
Job Title: Walking Photocopier Engineer
Location: City of London
Type Of Employment: Full-time
Salary: £25,000 to £30,000 per annum
Incentives: Laptop, phone, tools, company pension and ongoing training and development.
My client is a highly reputable, main dealer of Konica Minolta products. Established for 25 years ago, they have experienced regular growth. They are currently looking to add additional Photocopier Engineers to their technical teams. This specific vacancy is advertising a Walking Photocopier Engineer in London.
Ideally you will be Konica Minolta Manufacturer trained. Experience in other manufacturer products would be considered and training will be provided.
In addition to Konica Minolta, experience with Olivetti/Develop, Hewlett Packard (HP) or Lexmark products will be beneficial.
Your job will be to provide preventative maintenance, emergency repairs and general service of Konica Minolta branded equipment. This will include both colour and mono photocopiers, printers and also multi functional devices (MFDs).
You must have good area knowledge of Central London (Tube Stations and Routes etc). We also highly recommend that you are reasonably fit and healthy as you will be required to travel on foot and via public transport to customer sites.
You must ensure that you are presentable at all times and have excellent customer service skills.
Networking/Connectivity skills are essential for this role.
Ongoing Manufacturer training is provided for Konica Minolta products.
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