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An ATM servicer is also known as an ATM technician. These professionals are responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing ATM machines at various locations. Part of their tasks includes trouble-shooting and diagnosing faulty machines, fixing worn card readers and attending to any other malfunction.
An associate's degree in electro-mechanical systems, microprocessors, programming fundamentals or a similar field will help you learn the basics of circuits, transistors, and ATM mechanics. Most employers will expect you to undergo a period of on the job training to master the mechanics of their specific machines. ATM servicers must have outstanding analytical and problem-solving skills and excellent manual dexterity. They must also be familiar with the latest in information technology and be prepared to enroll in continued education programs to stay abreast of latest ATM technology.
At your interview, the interviewer will want to know details about your work experience, what kind of ATM machines you have worked on and what kinds of repair work you carried out during that time. At mock interview questions, you will find several commonly asked questions at ATM servicer interviews. Rehearsing your answers to these questions will help you answer more confidently and boost your chances of getting hired.