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Seek the Challenging Position of Computer Repairer
A highly talented Computer Repairer with huge experience in performing skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of microcomputer equipment, networks and peripherals to enhance the quality of established curriculum and prevent service interruption of equipment.
Summary of Qualifications
More than eight years experience.
Great knowledge of tools, equipment, practices and methods of installing, cleaning, adjusting and repairing microcomputers, terminals, peripherals and related equipment.
Strong knowledge of basic electronic concepts and principles of electronic data processing, digital electronic logic, computer time-sharing operations and data transmissions.
In-depth knowledge of appropriate safety precautions and procedures.
Profound basic record-keeping techniques.
Excellent interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
Excellent knowledge of technical aspects of field of specialty.
Remarkable ability to install, replace, maintain and repair various types of computer systems, peripherals and related equipment effectively and efficiently.
Strong ability to configure labs and LANS.
Uncommon ability to utilize electronic testing equipment to determine defects and malfunctions.
Profound ability to work from plans, technical manuals, schematics, diagrams and specifications.
Strong ability to schedule maintenance and repair work, setting and meeting time lines.
Exceptional ability to maintain records.
In-depth ability to understand and carry out oral and written direction.
Uncommon ability to establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
John Watts Unified School District, Tarrytown, NY 2001 - Present
Computer Repair Technician
Schedule work to be completed by contacting Principals, department heads, teachers and others so educational priorities and processes will be minimally interrupted.
Maintain, adjust, upgrade, service and repair microcomputers, networks, terminals and peripherals; facsimile machine; clean and adjust disk drives; lubricate mechanical drive components; replace cords, broken keys on keyboards, ram chips and disk drive controller cards and other parts.
Install cables necessary for computer operating systems, networks and microcomputers throughout the District; set up, configure and maintain local area networks; configure computer labs; format hard drives and troubleshoot applications software.
Utilize a variety of electronic test equipment and diagnostic software to determine defects and malfunctions; replace defective components and wiring using a variety of hand tools and equipment.
Maintain, adjust, service and repair monitors, digital cameras and other audio-visual equipment for use with computers.
Schedule and perform preventive maintenance on computers and ancillary equipment.
Consult with vendors regarding timely and cost-efficient completion of District projects.
Coordinate efforts of outside vendors and District personnel to reach desired standardization of equipment constituting more effective routines.
Research product prices and availability; requisition and maintain an adequate supply of parts and repair materials; maintain records of work performed and repair history of individual pieces of equipment.
Prioritize emergency calls determining safety hazards and methods and procedures for their correction.
Drive a District vehicle to and from work sites; operate a variety of equipment, meters and hand tools used in the diagnosis and repair of computer equipment.
Perform related duties as assigned.
John Watts Unified School District, Tarrytown, NY 1997 - 2001
Computer Repair Assistant
Provided mentoring to students in the program.
Assisted in technology maintenance by making repairs in a timely fashion.
Moved technology hardware to designated locations.
Performed other technology hardware tasks when assigned.
Kept equipment clean and in operating order.
Operated necessary machines, tools and equipment.
Assisted with other general maintenance workers, when necessary.
Did related work as required.
Education and Professional Training
New York University, NY Associate Degree in Computer Engineering (1997)