Engineer 3, Manufacturing (Current Employee) – Tustin, CA – February 10, 2016
If no troubles happens, no overtime is required. It is good for private but no innovative work for current department. I learned totally different company culture since I worked for Mitsubishi for more than 30 years. There are all nice people at work. many employees work for Ricoh for 20+ years. No Experts for electrical Circuits. This is very hard to explain why I need oscilloscope, Current probe, and so on. When I create technical report for failure, no one understands electric circuits. I really enjoy to talk to production operators. They give the lot of information about test fixtures to me, i,e, fixture A is some thing wrong, fixture B is getting better, and joking off course. This help me to know what is the current concerns for production operators.
Field Service Rep (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA 92108 – October 21, 2015
Took care of my customers, repairing copiers asking if they needed any supplies , making sure they are happy with the service, ordering products for the customer and getting the product to the customer as soon as it comes in, enjoyed driving to accounts and knowing san diego well.
Visiting different accounts and taking care of there problems.
Solutions Workflow Consultant (Former Employee) – west caldwell, nj – August 15, 2015
Too many changes. Every year a change not always for the better. Then changes back.....Brought IT company in to become IT arm of company. Eliminated many jobs. Compensation too low. Over all an OK company.
My position as a Technology Service Tech is very challenging, fast paced and gives a lot of satisfaction in resolving problems for my clients.
Technology Service Technician II (Current Employee) – Urbandale, IA – July 12, 2015
There are always new machines and processes to learn. Working a rural territory means I run my own territory and manage to objectives both for the company and the customer. I will start the day by looking at current calls and creating a logical plan for repair schedules. I will call all new calls and give eta. I then work the plan and fill in with other tasks as they come in. I often serve as a de facto trainer for other techs because of my 30 yrs experience in the field. The hardest part of the job is having to leave a customer down either because of unrealistic expectations or a long lead time on a part. As I said before the most enjoyable part of my job is to leave with a happy customer because their machine or network is up and going again. There is also a good feeling when I have extra challenges from a tech being out and and increased work load and I can meet the need. I have very good local management who has a good feel for our metrics, and gives me tools to make my goals.
Sale Development Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – May 18, 2015
I would make sure that delivery, installation, training was set up and executed in a timely matter. Set up training for the entire San Francisco bay area from Santa Rosa to Monterey over to Sacramento. Train in all aspects of the services of training Printing, scanning,color service of the network service of EFI servers( electronics for Imaging ), Set ups on network servers for printing drivers, scanning, fax boxes, and Color Fiery servers. Resolve customer Network, printing, and copy issues. Work and back up to per sale analyst and post sales analyst. Support with special projects to meet customer’s needs. Support co-workers with training needs, Produce training materials. Working with hard to deal people were the challenges were the best part of my job because I love challenges
*Lead Operator (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – May 11, 2015
*Highly creative *Self Motivated *Very Organized *Strong Work Ethics *Team Player *Positive Attitude *Able to perform under pressure and work independently *Professional *Dependable *Responsible *Honest and Trustworthy *Multi-tasking *Goal Oriented *Provide Support *Quick Learner *Attention to Detail *Strong interpersonal skills *open to learning new procedures and skills *Friendly Phone Skills
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Rochester, MI – January 22, 2015
Manage current customers and cold call prospects to try and implement solutions and products to fit customer needs. Other responsibilities include order processing, networking, product training and organizing weekly blitz sessions.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – January 12, 2015
you work and hand peoples food out deal with unruly customers and lazy coworkers but for every bad experience thiers 10 good ones. great place fr teens and young adults to get work experience and help train for future endeavors
Senior Corporate Accountant (Former Employee) – West Caldwell, NJ – November 12, 2014
Challenging and exciting some time tedious ,especially at month end closing and during audit However it was very structured and there was system challenges, reporting hurdles and communication, but there was a method to our madness.
Very friendly and team work environment, the most enjoyable part of the job was the challenges that we dealt with on a day to day basis and at the month end closing. It was a hard close of five days