Production Technician

Company Name:
Randstad Staffing
Randstad, Managed Services is looking for a Production Technician to support manufacturing at one of our Fortune 500 clients located in Bentonville, Arkansas.
This position is technical in nature, involving hardware/software upgrades on staged product to include workstations, laptops, servers, and rack configurations, etc. This person must be able to work from a detailed process.
Prepare product for production activities to include unpacking, packaging of product, loading/unloading production lines as well as minor connections/disconnects of product.
Perform hardware/software upgrades on staged product to include work stations, laptops, servers and rack configurations etc.
This position may require the repair and upgrade of various hardware components as well as software upgrades.
This position may require product troubleshooting, repair, and network configuration on various vendor products.
Working hours: 40 hours
Basic Qualifications:
--Knowledge of staging, ghosting, imaging
--1-3 years in the PC repair/staging environment required
--Basic manufacturing assembly; installation or processing of components, subsystems or systems; operation of basic tools as required
-- A+ certification or a Technical Certificate from an established or accredited institution is desired.
--Knowledge of Windows and/or Unix (Linux) is helpful
--Knowledge of scripting is helpful
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