Automated Teller Machine Technician CV

Automated teller machines (ATMs) Technicians are responsible for installing and maintaining those PC-based teller machines to ensure the promised 24×7 service availability to the public. These ATMs are basically client PCs that have ATM card reading input facility and cash dispensing and receipt printing peripherals as output. The owning bank or network are known to employs a team of these technicians who are often accompanied by security guards and authorized tellers due to the presence of money when opening ATM machines


Automated Teller Machine Technician CV Format

Percy S. Hernandez

Pearl St., Buffalo, NY

Phone: (718) 443-6478

hernandez_ps@ycmail.com

Objective

To work as a full time Automated Teller Machine Technician in a large bank

Professional Experience

2002 – Present: Automated Teller Machine Technician, Chase Manhattan, NYC


  • Coordinate the schedule of routine maintenance checks with the bank tellering head and security staff
  • Perform remote diagnosis of ATMs in designated geographic locations and evaluate potential problems for non-routine maintenance checks and repair if necessary.
  • Replace worn mechanical rubber parts in cash dispensing systems and card readers to ensure optimum operation
  • Troubleshoot hardware and conduct first level systems software check

 

Skills and Qualification

Passed certification from International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians

Excellent comprehension skills to understand medium complexity electronics and computer hardware schematics for troubleshooting and repair

  • Above average analytical and troubleshooting skills

Achievements

Named Employee of the Month 5 times in a row from 2008 onwards for consistently high performance marks and perfect attendance

Education

2000 – 2002:  Diploma in Consumer Electronics, ITT Technical Institute, NYC

Professional and Character References

To be furnished upon request


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