Most of people I encountered in IT field don't seem to want to take a job as a field service technician. If you are in the field or have ever worked as an IT field service technician, what is your opinion and experience?
I think, the bad side is that the customers can tend to be more demanind and can be irate more easy because they're paying hundreds of dollars to have you come over and work on their computers.
The good side may be that it may be more difficult for your boss to get a biased opinion about your personality and your performance because a lot of times you are outside of your vicinity. Also, it may be more difficult for your repuation with the customers to be formed because you are floating. I think it may be better than doing IT customer service in a fixed location such as at one company or at one building. What do you all think?
I m in London and Leicester i want to start computer field services technician on my own, any advice about how to start and where to start.
I have an interview for a field service technician position next week .
I have experience as an electronics test technician ..
but never in the field , i am thinking it's pretty similar?
what do you think ?
I am an aircraft mechanic but my company may be having some layoffs. I saw a job posting for a Copier Service Technician. With some specialized training, I am sure I could do this kind of job. I am trustworthy, can think on my feet, troubleshoot well and handle customers. I was wondering if anyone could tell me about the salary in this field.
I am a mechanical diploma engineer.I have experience in this field (Have deauty equipment ,agriculture machine, gas and diesel ganarator )last 10 years as a service engineer / Technician.I am looking for a job offer with must(Human Resources Development Canada) HRDC approval in this field.
Hey, im currently in highschool and i was interested in doing a coop as an automotive service technician or mechanic. I have always liked cars and i have been very interested, friends tell me when they started they didnt know much, but from your experience do you think a person could do a coop without very much prior knowledge about the particular job field?
thanks, any feedback you have is much appreciated
I am retiring in October after 21 years, 9 months, and 15 days, but whose counting? I have my TAP classes the 13th-15th at Edwards AFB. I have application in for JROTC jobs in local high schools, but may need to look elsewhere until one opens up. I know about the common sites, but was hoping to see if anyone knew of sites that can help out veterans. Thanks so much and God Bless.
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I dont know if I can make it through Cal II. I am due to take it this summer but am dreading the hell out of it. Everyone keeps psyching me up and telling me I can do it but I just dont know. I dont need to waste anytime. Although I am more than likely going to take a stab at it and get a Computer Science degree, I would still like to know some possibilities available to me with just Cal I in the computer field so that if i do switch then I wont loose that many classes and credits.
Thank you very much for your time and concern. I have a low A or high B in Cal I right now but I can feel that Im going to come out with a low B. (I dont like that at all) (Also Im not one to stick my nose in a book for days on end to just get by) - this is partly why Im not so sure Cal II is right for me. Lol. I dont want to say laziness is involved but If the shoe fits then wear it :\ (not that Im a lazy person)-lol
I am currently taking this course through the university of phoenix-I would like to know if anyone out there has also taken this course and if it helped them find a job.
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