What does a Technician IV do?
Technicians are skilled professionals that are employed in almost every industry. They are called upon to repair, install, replace, and provide services for various systems and equipment. They are proficient in the relevant skills and techniques necessary for the field where they work, which includes the automotive, maintenance, HVAC, and pharmacy sectors.
Technicians inspect, analyze, and troubleshoot client systems and equipment. They run tests and interpret the results to make the effective recommendations to fix faulty or broken equipment. When necessary during repairs, they will source replacement parts and negotiate costs with suppliers and clients. They will repair and replace faulty equipment and provide time and material cost estimates before they start a job. Some technicians write reports, safety regulations, and preventative maintenance plans. Technicians need a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in their related field, and some employers require further specialty and certification.
Technician IV Insights
“The pay is awesome and well worth it and it’s a bonus that we get to travel!”
“I got a job there when I really needed one and the pay was decent but not great”
“one doctor was terrible and everyone else was great so it really depends who you work with.”
“High turnover rate for this position because it's a bit underpaid for what's on your plate”
“The people I work with are great we all get along and do our best to make the customer happy.”
“A tech named mark was lazy and didn't do any work and forced everyone else to work.”
“The reason I haven’t left yet as a few good managers and some pretty amazing doctors.”
“Good learning experience for any tech related opportunity you wish to pursue and showcase on your resume.”
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Frequently asked questions about the roles and responsibilities of an iv technician
When working as an iv technician, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are Calculations, Speaking, Continuous Improvement, Effective Communication, and HIPAA.
- Service Technician
- Automotive Technician
- Facilities Manager
- Maintenance Technician
The most common qualifications to become an iv technician include a minimum of a GED / High School Degree and an average of 0 - 1 years of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.