The grand or upright piano can lose its tuning and deteriorate in performance over time and here is where the Piano Technician comes in. Often employed in music stores or concert halls, the piano technician provides tuning, mechanism rebuilding and body repair services to restore an upright or grand piano to its peak performance. They are trained adjust the more than 200 piano strings to their respective proper pitch with a tuning fork or electronic pitch tuners as part of their routine piano maintenance.
Piano Technician Resume Format
Victor D. Sy
Down St., Springfield, Illinois
Phone: (413) 114-5498
Looking for a position as a lead Piano Technician for a large music store specializing in distributing or manufacturing pianos
Summary of Qualification
- 5 years of experience as a Piano Technician for a large and reputable piano manufacturing company.
- Above average piano playing ability
- Above average command if the spoken and written English language.
Career Experience/Job History
2003 – Present: Piano Technician, Steinway & Sons Pianos
- Retrieve relevant maintenance information regarding the piano models of clients requesting for home tuning service
- Check to see that the piano strings are in stock for any string replacement
- Use company prescribed hand held tuning instruments when repairing client pianos at home
- Ensure compliance to scheduled tuning and preventive maintenance work for grand pianos in concert halls, docked cruise lines and hotel lounges
Cited by the company for exemplary work in the years 2004, 2006 and 2009 based on favorable customer feedback
2004: Passed the tests to become a Registered Piano technician administered by the Piano Technicians Guild of America
2000 – 2003: Bachelor of Music in Piano (Undergraduate), UCLA
Professional and Character References
Can be furnished upon request