Arrow Electronics Deployment Technician II - Boston, MA in Massachusetts
Deployment Technician II - Boston, MA
Technical Knowledge (Training will be provided):
Technical/functional knowledge of computer hardware
Familiarity with the Android OS mobile platform
Barcode/Asset tag scanning
Onsite data erasure
Ability to change BIOS settings
Ability to set up a mobile network
Ability to identify system errors and apply above average knowledge of computer hardware Shipment Preparation:
Package, palletize, load, transport, and unload freight in a manner that adheres to all required safety and quality standards.
Prepare, receive and remit appropriate documentation for the delivery or pick up of freight to ensure accurate order tracking, billing, and timely service.
Responsible for managing packaging supply inventory at a S Tech facility or cross dock
Responsible for all inventory management, onsite scanning, and reconciliation using S Tech‘s mobile scanning technology. Driving:
Remove, transfer, and deliver electronic assets and equipment to a S Tech facility or cross dock.
Maintain all motor vehicle logs, documentation, and driving standards as required by the Department of Transportation (DOT), federal/state authorities, and S Tech.
Regularly inspect all company assigned equipment and hardware
Report repair and/or maintenance requests to dispatch
Maintain vehicle in a clean and fueled state of readiness.
Safe driving record with no traffic occurrences over the last 30 months
S Tech will sponsor attainment of Class B CDL Quality and Customer Service:
Provide courteous and professional customer service
Delight the client
Bridge client relations
Adhere to all quality, environmental, health and safety standards Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent and 2+ years’ driving experience
Must be at least 21 years old and able to lift up to 75 lb.’s without assistance
Professional appearance and behavior, including punctuality
Be results oriented, and have excellent attention to detail
Ability to interface with technical and non-technical staff
Strong communication skills: written, verbal, comprehension
Ability to understand and carry out instructions in various forms (written, oral or diagram)
Strong problem solving skills and adaptable to change in process or required activities
Ability to identify IT devices including, PC’s, laptops, HDD’s, printers, networking, monitors
Must not be disqualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle as per CFR 391.15
Must have a clear driving record showing no accidents in a thirty (30) month time period and no more than two (2) moving violations in the same time period
Ability to work independently and perform other duties as assigned Preferred Qualifications and Experience:
Previous ITAD experience and familiarity with asset management / value recovery programs.
Previous experience in a manufacturing, warehouse, or production environment
Previous experience packaging and transporting IT Assets and devices
Valid Class B CDL and ability to drive 26 ft. box truck w/ Air Brakes
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