full-time part-time employee contract
What you'll do...
As a Repair Depot Technician you will troubleshoot and repair electronic technology equipment to a board and component level, using measurements and testing equipment, soldering techniques, software utilities/tools and various hand tools. This includes the testing and repair of IBM-PC compatibles, monitors, and printers. This position is in our H&R Block Repair Depot.
Troubleshoot and repair electronic equipment to the board or component level, including final cleaning of equipment.
Perform accurate record keeping and quality and measures for all repairs completed and repair parts used.
Maintain a comprehensive knowledge of all PC hardware in the field.
Provide written and verbal communication to appropriate groups concerning equipment repairs.
Attend regular training sessions scheduled by the Manager.
Secure and maintain certifications for current troubleshooting techniques on all applicable equipment.
Clean and address cosmetic issues on all equipment serviced by department as needed.
Maintain a clean and orderly work area throughout your shift.
Mandatory overtime as business needs dictate and at management discretion.
Travel – Some local travel may be required as business dictates.
About H&R Block...
We're here to live our purpose—to provide help and inspire confidence in our clients and communities everywhere. We take our work personally, because we know what it represents: Families and homes. Livelihoods and lives.
We've been true to that purpose since brothers Henry and Richard Bloch founded our company in 1955. Since then, we've grown to approximately 12,000 tax offices throughout the United States and around the world. When you join our team, you'll add to the momentum of a forward-thinking company—one that defined an industry and is now leading its transformation.
It would be even better if you also had...
A two-year degree or trade school certification in the PC repair or equivalent experience
One year of microcomputer repair experience or 2 years equivalent electronics repair experience.
General knowledge of TTL and digital electronic circuits and theory.
What you'll bring to the team...
Currently enrolled in a two-year accredited program or minimum two years working experience in a microcomputer environment.
Basic understanding of test equipment and diagnostic software.
Experience with and knowledge of proper soldering techniques.
Ability to solve hardware/software problems through analysis and troubleshooting.
Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.
Working knowledge of MS DOS and MS Windows.
Ability to work well in a group atmosphere, as part of a team or individually
Ability to lift up to 45 lbs. repetitively.