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Installers & Technicians

Responsibilities include:

Installation of integrated alarms, access control, and camera systems. Conduct service calls and prewire businesses and residences. Work safely and responsibly to avoid injury, damage to property, loss of unused materials and clean up installation debris. Contact customer prior to arrival for scheduled installation to verify appointment. Prepare estimates in accordance with prescribed instructions or directions of supervisor. Follow proper schematic wiring diagrams and hook-up procedures. Test operation of system to the signal receiving center to properly establish service. Read building and electrical blueprints as required. Coordinate installation with project manager and handle necessary records for notification of emergency calls.

Primary Functions:

  1. Contact your customers before the installation to confirm the schedule.
  2. Keep yourself and your team safe while on the job.
  3. Make sure materials are used efficiently to minimize waste.
  4. Keep the customer's premise safe and leave it clean when the installation is done.
  5. Test systems to ensure they work properly and all connections are established.
  6. Use your technical skills to read blueprints and schematic wiring diagrams and follow hook-up procedures.
  7. Prepare installation estimates using instructions or supervisor directions.
  8. Coordinate with project manager and verify records to make sure emergency calls are handled properly.
  9. Work with other installers on large Commercial and/or National Accounts projects from time to time.
  10. Take care of other tasks as needed to complete an installation.

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • A high school diploma or G.E.D. Some technical school training is a plus.
  • 6 months to 1 year of apprenticeship/class room study or 2 to 4 years electrical and electronic equipment experience.

Core Competencies:

  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Mechanical aptitude and be able to use hand and power tools.
  • Experience reading blue prints and schematic drawings.
  • A valid driver's license and safe driving skills.
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