Security 101 – Columbus is recruiting for a Commercial Security Installation Technician that has experience installing commercial electronic security access control devices and IP-cameras for new construction projects and modifications for existing security systems.
Our hourly compensation is at the highest level in the industry, non-exempt, commensurate with skills, product knowledge and experience.
Our benefits include medical, dental, vision, prescription coverage, 401(k) plan, paid holidays, PTO and more. We will also provide you with a cell phone, laptop, and work vehicle.
- Must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience installing and programming commercial access control, IP-based video systems and intrusion alarm systems.
- Must have a minimum of 2 years’ basic programming experience.
- Must be process-oriented, with good communication and organizational skills.
- Knowledge and practical experience with the internet and networking is essential.
- Must be able to work independently and resolve problems to our customer’s satisfaction.
- Must possess a valid driving license and clean MVR
- Access Control: Pro-Watch, Genetec, Software House, Lenel/S2, OpenPath.
- Video: Axis, Exacq, Milestone, Genetec, Avigilon, Hanwha.
- Alarm: DMP, Honeywell, DSC
- Security 101 will invest in training for the right candidate.
- Maintains current job plans, specifications, and communications log with customer.
- Coordinates the procurement of materials, supplies, and services, and controls timely delivery to jobsite.
- Prepares the project installation plan, manages the plan, and prepares and implements job procedures.
- Works with Operations team for resource planning of technicians, subcontractors & programmers.
- Maintains construction schedule and coordinates task scheduling with other trades.
- Keeps self, superiors and subordinates informed of progress.
- Maintains all records of job status, job changes, material flow and other control records and supervises the preparation and processing of reports for internal and external use.
- High School (or GED) minimum requirement
- Electronics training from a Technical School or Military training in electronics or communications (preferred)