Printer Technician - Red Bluff, CA


Inland Business Systems, an office solutions leader in Northern California, has an immediate need for a Printer Technician in the Red Bluff/Redding region.

Experience working with HP, Kyocera or Xerox helpful. IT related experience preferred but not mandatory for the right person. Dependable, motivated, self-starter with good customer skills and a positive attitude needed ASAP.

Qualifications include: Technical background Demonstrated customer service skills Excellent communication skills Computer skills Valid driver's license/Clean driving record Self-starter Ability to multitask Drug free/ screening required We are seeking a talented, unique and motivated individual who is looking for a great opportunity to work and grow with a reputable corporation, Inland Business Systems, a Xerox Company based in Sacramento, CA.

Inland Business Systems is owned by Global Imaging Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Xerox Corporation. Global companies offer thousands of middle-market customers a one-stop solution for office technology needs in 32 states and the District of Columbia. The company provides a broad line of office technology solutions including the sale and service of copiers and other automated office equipment, network integration services, and electronic presentation systems.


Our Printer Technicians are responsible for troubleshooting, diagnosing, maintaining and repairing digital office equipment including repairing and servicing printers. We will provide you initial and ongoing training on equipment / technology. Our technicians use their own vehicle (and receive a monthly allowance with mileage reimbursement) to carry car stock and drive to customer locations in an assigned territory. In return for your talents and abilities, we offer an attractive compensation package that includes competitive salary, bonus opportunities, and a generous benefit package.

Come join our team! Inland Business Systems, a Xerox Company.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

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