Lead Installation Technician (FL)

Job Locations US-FL
Requisition ID
2022-8651
Category
Field

Overview

 

Datawatch Systems, Inc., a leader in commercial building electronic access control, is seeking a lead technician to install and service our access control systems in commercial buildings in Orlando, FL.

 

Starting wage is $22-35/hour plus benefits and paid time off. Company vehicle, laptop and cell phone provided.  Applicants must be willing to submit to a drug screening and criminal background check.  EOE/M/F/V/D. DCJS #11-2294.  2022-8651

Responsibilities

  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Detailed-oriented and have a willingness to learn
  • Able to install low voltage cabling
  • Able to climb ladders and work in construction environment
  • Able to lift 50 lbs
  • Experience with Access Control, CCTV (Axis and Panasonic) preferred.
  • Paid rotational on-call schedule
  • 25% travel (company-paid)

Qualifications

  • 1 to 2 years of experience with installing access control and CCTV equipment
  • Practical experience with building life safety systems, low-voltage installation techniques, and access control components
  • HS diploma or equivalent
  • Valid driver's license
  • Able to work independently
  • Might require occasionally working weekends, holidays or extended hours, with notice

Benefits

Choice Medical Insurance plans

Choice two Dental Insurance Plans

Vision Insurance

Medical and Dependent Care FSA Accounts

401K Plan with a discretionary employer match

529 Plan Access

Employee Assistance Program

Commuter and Parking Benefit

Short-term Disability and Long-term Disability Insurance

Employer-paid 50K Life and AD&D Insurance

Voluntary Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse and Children

Voluntary portable Accident, Critical Illness Insurance, Hospital Indemnity Coverage

Annual performance evaluation and salary adjustment consideration

Paid holidays, sick and vacation leave

Job-related tuition reimbursement

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