Security Integrator Technician
The Senior Security-Telecom Technicians' primary responsibility is to provide project leadership
as well as perform maintenance and installation for all Shield Access LLC products and services.
Includes Hardwired or Wireless, Intrusion Detection, Access Control, Video Surveillance Systems
and Associated peripherals, such as WAPs, Wireless Bridges, Biometric readers etc.
Certification is required.
What You’ll Do
As an Integrator Security Technician, you will be a trusted technical advisor and promote a safe,
efficient, and productive workplace.
Shield Access Security Technicians have the passion and drive to troubleshoot and fix a variety
of issues while providing an excellent customer experience. Going beyond to find solutions for our
customers is a fundamental part of our services.
Installation and servicing of physical security systems/platforms, including CCTV
(Closed Circuit Television), access control systems, intrusion detection, communications,
and many other low-voltage systems.
Train / mentor others within the team.
Diagnose and troubleshoot system issues.
Work as a valued team member and as an individual to deliver quality results to our
Maintains awareness of new and emerging technologies and the potential application
on client engagements.
Work with trades and subcontractors assigned to projects.
Serve as a lead tech on smaller projects/installations.
Who You are
As an Integrator Security Technician, you will be a trusted technical advisor and promote a safe, efficient, and productive workplace.
Shield Access Security Technicians have the passion and drive to troubleshoot and fix various issues while providing an excellent customer experience. Going beyond to find solutions for our
customer is a fundamental part of our services.
Minimum 2+ years of experience with the installation and service of enterprise-level
physical security systems and platforms (Access Controls, CCTV, Intrusion / Burglar, etc.)
Proficient in all device installation, headend equipment, cabling, and able to connect to the network.
Basic understanding of networking and programming.
Able to oversee and train others on device installation.
Demonstrated ability to use test equipment to verify installation.
Can troubleshoot basic issues across various enterprise-level systems.
Ability to obtain appropriate licensure.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Ability to perform physical tasks like walking, standing, driving, lifting to 50lbs, and ascending/descending ladders and stairs with little to no limitation.
A valid driver’s license.
Ability to pass a 7-year background check, motor vehicle check, and drug screen.