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Posted: Sunday, February 4, 2018 4:37 PM

Security Alarm Technician We are currently hiring Security Technicians with 1-5 years of experience in a commercial environment. Candidates are encouraged to apply ASAP as we have an immediate need in the Bay Area. Qualified candidates will send an updated resume for consideration. Interviews are currently underway. Please send your resume to for consideration. Security Alarm Technician Job: Installing, terminating, and/or programming end devices for access control, CCTV, and security infrastructure in a commercial environment Terminating and installing end devices such as card/badge readers, motion detectors, glass breakers, mag locks, cameras, focusing camera lenses, etc. Security Alarm Technician Qualifications: Ability to read and interpret blueprints and schematics Working knowledge of test equipment such as multi-meters, digital analyzers, battery analyzers, frequency meter, decibel meters, and communicating devices Certifications and/or experience with Lenel, S2, Amag, Software House, American Dynamics, Honeywell, GE Ready Key Pro, or Pelco is a plus Must consent to a pre-employment background and drug screen Security Alarm Technician Compensation: Option to enroll in Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance Starting pay $18-$35/hr or depending on experience Weekly Pay Referral Bonuses of up to $250 for referrals that result in a placement (Ask for details!) About Outsource: Outsource is the Nations leading providers of Security Technicians. We work EXCLUSIVELY in building wiring, and we have been placing technicians of all levels with the right companies since 1998 so we know a thing or two about making a good match.

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• Location: San Francisco

• Post ID: 96059567 sf
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