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Bench Repair Technician

Alpharetta, GA 30004

Posted: 03/03/2022 Employment Type: Contract To Hire Category: Manufacturing Job Number: 61770 Pay Rate: 17.00

Job Description

Bench Service Technician
Are you looking for an opportunity where you can be part of a growing industry? Well regarded company in the small electronics industry needs a bench repair technician to join a growing team in Alpharetta, GA. 

Full time and temp to hire
1st  Shift: Monday-Friday 8: 00am-5: 00pm
Pay rate: $16.00 - 17.00/hr depending on Experience.

  • Trouble shoot small peripherals, printers, scanners, and cash counters down to the component level.
  • Detect any malfunctions and repair the issue.
  • Replace parts where needed.
  • Use hand tools (Screwdrivers, Wrenches, pliers)
  • Will assist in some soldering/wiring but no experience needed.  

  • 1-2 years of previous experience in repair of small electronic equipment.
  • Posses fine motor skills to work with small parts and grip a variety of hand tools.
  • Must have a good work ethic, positive attitude, and willingness to learn.
  • Must be able to work independently in a fast-paced environment efficiently and professionally.
DAVIS Companies partners with the top employers locally and nationally. They choose us because of our reputation for finding high quality talent, fast, but also our experience for evaluating and representing the best candidates in the marketplace. We make every effort to provide updates and feedback to candidates at each stage of the process as we appreciate how stressful looking for a new role can be. Apply today and experience “ The DAVIS Difference”.

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