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    Kodak Tech?

    Anyone know what Kodak techs do in this day and age? I am guessing photo center at drug stores? Pay is nice 60-70k... They posted this job but it's a freaking word salad and I have no idea what they work on, lol.


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    Kodak is Hiring!
    We are looking for a Field Service Technician to join our team in ---- As a Field Service Technician you will be responsible for on-site installing, maintaining, and repairing of Kodak, and multi-vendor systems, which may include hardware, software and networking products, including operating systems to required standards outlined in training, SOPs and product support updates. Works to maintain all equipment in optimal working order, efficiency and condition to ensure customer is meeting, or exceeding, product uptime expectations. Enhances customer satisfaction by communicating all service engagements, resolutions, training engagement, preventive maintenance and configurations, which may impact product performance to proper customer contact prior to leaving each service engagement. Effectively manages assigned customer/territory, including immediate engagement, proper customer communication, needed escalations, required follow up and identification of potential sales leads.
    JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
    The Field Engineer is responsible for installation and optimizing HW/SW/Network products and configurations at customer sites as well as diagnosing and optimizing product performance. Ensures customer satisfaction by advising customers on preventive maintenance, value of Equipment Maintenance Agreements (EMA), support services, training and configurations that will improve product performance.


    • Responsible for overall territory management including related administration pertaining to customer calls, timely completion of service reports, expense reports and weekly time reports, as well as the tracking of preventive maintenance and upgrade requirements for assigned customers.
    • Performs necessary servicing and preventative maintenance of equipment.
    • System installation, maintenance and ongoing support of equipment.
    • Provides operator training and ongoing support for customers.
    • Ability to delight customers by developing strong relationships and striving to exceed customer expectations.
    • Acts as customer liaison to relentlessly drive customer issues to resolution.
    • Drives revenue growth initiatives as assigned by management.
    • Builds and fosters strong relationships with sales partners.
    • Educates customers on the latest corporate initiatives and products.
    • Informs management of issues effecting personal/product performance, job duties and SOP while offering suggested improvements and innovation to enhance our service engagements.
    • Maintains company assets in accordance with company guidelines.
    • Effectively enters all needed information and engagements into the designated service system and/or form requirements
    • Consistently meets all performance goals.
    • Presents and always maintains a professional image.

    SKILLS, ABILITIES AND COMPETENCIES:

    • Ability to learn, retain and apply new technologies, complex products and technical/industrial subjects.
    • A working knowledge of PC operating systems and software applications and a basic understanding of networking fundamentals.
    • Demonstrated ability to diagnose, repair and solve system/equipment issues.
    • Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Knowledge and application of electronics and strong eletromechanical skills.

    (Skills, Abilities and Competencies continued):

    • Makes sound business decisions and manages/controls personal business expenses.
    • Ability to market service and promote new business opportunities.
    • Effective use of business tools.
    • Capable of working independently without direct supervision.
    • Readiness to accept and adapt quickly to change.
    • Excellent communication and listening skills.
    • Exceptional interpersonal skills including patience, courtesy, tact, and discretion.
    • Ability to work in a stressful environment while maintain and promoting a calm engagement with customers
    • Ability to work as part of a team.
    • High degree of self-motivation.
    • Exhibits Kodak Core Values.
    • Planning, organizational, and administrative abilities.
    • Motivated to continuous self-improvement.
    • Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks.

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:Required

    • A+ Certification or equivalent experience servicing PC hardware and software.
    • Associates Degree, or Certification in electrical or mechanical engineering, technical trade school studies or equivalent experience

    Preferred

    • Three or more years related field service experience.
    • Previous experience servicing similar equipment
    • Previous experience managing a territory
    • Experience in the Graphic Arts industry would be an asset.
    • Knowledge of Electro-photography / Digital Printing.
    • Basic understanding of Color Theory.
    • Solid understanding of electro-mechanical devices and complex electro-optic and robotic high-tech equipment.

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    Re: Kodak Tech?

    Many moons ago, in the Analog world, I worked for a Lanier Dealership. Their monster of a production machine was made by Kodak. I didn't know Kodak was still in the copier business.

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    Re: Kodak Tech?

    I know that Kodak at least used to rebrand a high volume Heidelberg series of B&W printers.

    These are beasts. They range from 110 to 185 pages per minute.

    They were also rebranded by Canon and IBM.

    Price wise they ranged from $240k to over $500k if you added all the toys.

    I used to do the software support (all UNIX) for the Canon versions.
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    Re: Kodak Tech?

    Why not just check out their website?

    Digital Printers, Printing Presses, & Other Digital Printing… | Kodak

    Pretty much steroid injected inkjets and offset printing equipment...

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