Automated teller machines (ATMs) are just about everywhere, in kiosks and strategic locations like stores and malls, coffee shops, schools, government offices and parks, to mention some. They have become indispensable for banks to offer 24-hour banking services. But they do need to be repaired sometimes and this is the job of ATM Technicians. These ATMs are essentially PCs that control cash dispensing mechanisms as peripheral devices which can be serviced on the field within minutes for minor repairs or brought down for shop repairs. The owning bank or network employs a team of these technicians to ensure undisrupted 24-hour banking.
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Kalhatma G. Singh
Church St., Brighton, UK
To work as a Automated Teller Machine Technician in a large bank
2002 – Present: Automated Teller Machine Technician, Standard Chartered,
- Perform routine maintenance checks, adjustments and repairs on ATM sites in areas under coverage.
- Conduct standards ATM tests to validate client complaints
- Replace worn electromechanical parts I cash dispensing systems
- Troubleshoot both hardware and software operations
- Use approved software diagnostic tools on laptops to isolate and determine cause of failure, error messages and unresponsiveness.
- Update ATM maintenance record for the site installation with specifics of repair work and parts replaced.
- Must have through understanding of electronics, computer and automation technologies
- Must have high analytical and troubleshooting skills
Named Employee of the Month for 5 times in a row in 2008 for high performance marks.
2000– 2002: Passed certification from International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians
1998 – 2000: Diploma in Consumer Electronics, Thames Valley University, Berkshire
To be furnished upon request