- A Printer Technician’s first and foremost duty is to install the printers and configure them on the network. If supplemental parts are required to keep the printer running, the Printer Technicians might be responsible for the procurement and installation of those parts.Technicians have to ensure papers are loaded correctly in all printers to minimize paper jams and reduces maintenance calls. In case of a mechanical issue, the Printer Technician repairs and replaces faulty parts.Keeping track of the ink levels in the printer cartridges on a daily basis allows the Printer Technician to replace ink cartridges as necessary.
The Printer Technician must know how to maintain laser printers by keeping aware of new software applications as well as advancements in laser printing hardware. It is the Printer Technician’s responsibility to perform regular maintenance activity at times when that maintenance will not interfere with regular production work.
Apart from the regular servicing and replacement, the Printer Technician might also troubleshoot network configuration issues for the network printers to function properly. Technicians will be Coordinating with the Information Technology Department to address any upgrade of their antivirus and network patches to ensure security.