LU06 - Production Technician I
Production Technician I - JOB TITLE: Alarm and Security Devices Technician - Level I may be Electrical Apprentice CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt Technical Staff REPORTS TO: Field Supervisor and/or Division Manager This job description outlines representative job duties associated with the position, but is not intended to be a complete or exclusive description of all possible assignments and tasks the individual employee may encounter in the course of work. To meet the needs of the workplace, an employee may be required to perform other duties as assigned. POSITION DESCRIPTION: Under supervision of lead technician, Alarm Technician I assists with installation of fire detection and alarm systems, security and access systems. May also assist with closed circuit television and other monitoring devices, nurse call or other life safety systems. Reads and follows project plans, including wiring and placement of devices as well as equipment manuals for directions. Pulls cable, checks wiring, installs equipment and special boxes, and assists lead technician with final connections and testing. May also be enrolled as an Apprentice in an approved training program. ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: Knowledge of electrical wiring, NFPA and NEC codes, ADA Americans with Disabilities Act with one-two years field installation experience or Apprenticeship training. Ability to read and interpret electrical plans, follow written instructions in equipment manuals. Experience or training in one or more specialized area of alarm and security systems a plus. PC skills to utilize alarm installation software also preferred. Position requires criminal record check to receive DCJS registration; may require security clearance for designated contracts. Level I Technician will be defined by one to two years field installation experience, and the achievement of NICET Level I within the required area of performance and recommendations by lead field technician. MAJOR JOB FUNCTIONS: I. INSTALLATION PROCEDURES A. Under supervision of Lead Technician, reviews plans and installation procedures required. B. As directed, pulls cable, installs equipment in racks, mounts all special boxes required, and provides tools and material to Lead Technician as needed. C. Checks wiring for proper installation, as directed by Lead Technician. D. Reviews equipment manuals; assists with installation and testing. II. DAILY SITE RESPONSIBILITIES A. Ensures that tools and equipment are at hand. Assists lead technician or supervisor to insure tools meet safety requirements. B. Ensures construction site is cleaned up with waste material properly disposed of. C. Properly stores and secures all equipment and tools. III. SAFETY PROCEDURES A. Follows all site-specific safety standards as directed by company or client-required site safety regulations. B. Reports ALL accidents and injuries to Lead Technician and Field Supervisor as they occur C. Follows dress standards and use of safety devices. D. Follows MSDS material safety data sheet procedures when working with hazardous materials. IV. APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM If applicable A. Enrolls in certified apprenticeship program when eligible and as program is offered. B. Meets requirements of class attendance, textbook activities, testing and OTJ assignments. C. Accepts variety of assignments to meet apprentice curriculum requirements. D. Maintains steady progress through apprenticeship levels to complete program. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Individual works in hard-hat construction sites, including unimproved sites. Position requires ability to stand, bend, squat, climb, and be physically able to traverse rough terrain, climb ladders and scaffolding and use lifts. Daily handling of a variety of hand tools and power equipment. Able to move materials and equipment to a maximum of 50-75 pounds per employee. Must remain alert to job-site hazards and safety requirements. 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