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Security Service Technician

Company Name:
Solution Staffing, Inc
ALL APPLICATIONS ARE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL!!!
Due to an increasing client base, one of the Delaware Valley's leading commercial security systems integrators has an immediate need for service technicians. Company offers a competitive compensation package including 401k, life, dental, medical, disability insurance, continuous training, and growth opportunities.
The ideal candidate for this position will have 2+ years experience servicing CCTV, Access Control, and Alarm Systems. Testing, troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, and repair skills are a must. Must have good communication skills to interface with customers. Programming and networking skills a big plus. The majority of service calls will be in the Philadelphia Suburbs. Must have the ability to work alone or as a team and take control of projects! Company vehicle, laptop, and tools are provided.
Solution Staffing, Inc. specializes in placing mid to senior level Electronic Security and Fire Protection engineers, sales representatives, and technicians throughout The Delaware Valley. Our clients include local firms as well as Fortune 500 Companies. We have established relationships with several clients throughout the region. Our mission is to allow our applicants to explore new and exciting growth opportunities in a confidential manner. If you are considering making a career move, please call us or send us a copy of your resume as a word attachment.
Please view more of our opportunities at www.solutionstaffing.net
Keywords: CCTV, Access Control, Card Access, Alarm, Biometrics, DVR, Systems Integration, Electronic Security, Fire Alarm, Silent Knight, Lenel, Software House, SW House, Casi-Rusco, DSX, DMP, Keri, Vicons, Bosch, Burle, Pelco, Napco, NICET, Ademco, EST, Radionics, Doorking, Continental, Integral, Dedicated Micros, NFPA, Alarm Tech, Alarm Technician, Security Technician, Security Service, Security Installation, American Dynamics, HID, Geoffrey, Schlage, Radionics, S2, IP Video, Honeywell,

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