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Job Title:

Print Services Clerk - Washington, DC

Job Description:

Law Firm environment seeking Print Services Clerk to cover the following needs:
Reception Desk coverage, and hospitality support (set up conference rooms with beverages/prepare for meetings) First Response for incoming calls for service on HP products. First response for printer support/direct calls, report issues. 

HOURS:  9-5:30 (negotiable) 
LOCATION: Washington, DC  20433
PAY RATE:   $17.40/hr
STATUS:       12 month contract with possible extension or conversion to perm

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

Legal Experience would be desired, but not required 
Reception desk experience and Hospitality experience desired 
Previous Print Production or experience working with high speed digital printers and scanners required.
Perform basic copying, faxing, printing and scanning functions 
• Perform basic device cleaning, and replacement of operator accessible parts and consumables per equipment specifications 
• Pro-actively manage consumables and supplies using the Days Of Supply calculator
• Maintain on-site operator replaceable parts inventory 
• Collect equipment meter information and submit for billing purposes 
• Perform basic equipment problem diagnosis 
Serve as the primary customer contact for equipment support and service 
• Perform Data Entry for activity and asset tracking 
• Escalate printer network issues to appropriate resource 

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: 
• Ability to demonstrate Network Connectivity Knowledge (Device Management, Print Queue, Print Driver Mgmt.) 
• Able to demonstrate ability to download and install files (fonts, drivers, etc.) from internet sites; open, complete and save/print internet forms; • Able to demonstrate ability to perform mail merges 
• Able to demonstrate intermediate knowledge of MS Word or equivalent: -- Insert images; Create/manage tables and columns; Edit headers/footers; Create forms; Create/manage multiple sections 
• Able to demonstrate intermediate knowledge of MS Excel or equivalent: -- Navigate multiple worksheets within a workbook ;create charts/graphs; use basic math functions; create basic formulas
• Able to demonstrate working knowledge of MS PowerPoint or equivalent: -- Open and create basic presentations, open saved, print using different options 
• Able to demonstrate Working knowledge of account-relevant applications (e.g., Adobe Acrobat, file conversion or graphic arts applications ) 
• Able to demonstrate basic knowledge of network (e.g., how to add or delete a network printer) 
• Able to demonstrate ability to recognize PC to printer connectivity 
• HS Diploma or GED required

Job ID:
358975

Dept ID:
10601

Location:
Washington, DC
United States of America

Industry:
Online / Full App

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
258

Posted Date:3/11/2019

Domain:arna

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Job Title: Print Services Clerk

Location: Washington, DC

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 358975

Posted Date: 3/11/2019

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