Installer II

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## Description
Perform Service, Inspection, and new Installation Commissioning activities on Fire Alarm, Access Control, CCTV and Security Systems
Inspect the Installation of equipment to meet customers expectations and manufacturer specifications
Field coordination and communication, system programming, comissioning, AHJ testing and training on new systems installation
Evaluate and Diagnose equipment that requires servicing as well as troubleshooting potential field wiring problems
Provide specific solutions and recommendations to customers on the most efficient and cost effective method in restoring a specific system back to normal conditions
Provide customer satisfaction through coordination, response to customers requests and problems and clear communication skills
Prepare daily reports on projects on site activity
May be required to work overtime
Required to perform "On Call" duties as part of a large rotating schedule to respond to emergency situations
EEO/AA/Female/Minority/Veteran/Disability Employer
## Qualifications
Experience with Installation, Service and Inspection of Fire & Security Systems preferred
Demonstrate a working knowledge of electronics. In addition, demonstrate an aptitude of troubleshooting systems and performing necessary repairs
NICET certification desired, but not required
A valid driver''s licenes with a good driving record is required
Drug Test and Background check is required
Minimum high school/trade school graduate, military or two year Associate degree in a technical field involving electronics or computers
Job Number: 1416019
Category: Installation & Service
Location: United States-Vermont-Williston
Organization: SimplexGrinnell
Shift: Day Job
Date Posted: June 16, 2014

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