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Chenega Corporation Electronic Security Technician III in Springfield, Virginia

Summary

The Electronic Security Technician III applies technical knowledge to solve complex problems that typically cannot be solved solely by referencing manufacturers’ manuals or similar documents. Examples of such problems include determining the location and density of circuitry, evaluating electromagnetic radiation, isolating malfunctions, and incorporating engineering changes. Work requires an understanding of the interrelationships of circuits, exercising independent judgment in performing such tasks as making circuit analyses, calculating wave forms, and tracing relationships in signal flow, using complex test instruments such as high frequency pulse generators, frequency synthesizers, distortion analyzers, and complex computer control equipment. Work may be reviewed by supervisor for general compliance with accepted practices. This position may provide leadership and technical guidance to lower level technicians.

Responsibilities

  • Have a working knowledge and understanding of AACS hardware, intrusion detection, CCTV equipment and public address systems

  • Have a working knowledge and understanding of electric principals

  • Possess the ability to use diagnostic equipment/software and established troubleshooting techniques to isolate network deficiencies, equipment failures and operational anomalies

  • Ability to read, interpret electrical and electromechanical schematics and architectural drawings

  • Reading and adhering to blueprints and installation design plans for the installation of sub-level devices (i.e. patch panels, junction boxes) and head end equipment

  • Reading and understanding component level schematic diagrams for systems, equipment and devices

  • Identifying appropriate cables from drawings and running cables/fiber per installation design plans

  • Repairing and maintaining electronic security system equipment

  • Understanding the infrastructure relationships between trades

  • Testing continuity of conductor(s) or breaks in fiber

  • Terminating basic connections such as butt splices, insulated connectors, terminal strips/blocks, fiber, telecommunications, and BNC connectors

  • Mounting and terminating field devices (i.e. Readers, Door Contacts, REXs, Cameras)

  • Installing and Terminating sub-level devices (i.e. patch panels, junction boxes) and head end equipment to include power and proper grounding

  • Terminating and testing voice and data connections

  • Performing field verification testing

  • Ability to troubleshoot / solve issues and coordinate with other trades / clients on your own

  • Expertise with maintenance management systems (i.e. IBM MAXIMO)

  • Adhering to all Company and Client policies and procedures

  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • At least six years’ experience in non-residential electronics installation & troubleshooting is required with a high school degree; Or

  • At least four years’ experience coupled with Graduation from the US Navy or Air Force Electronics Training Program with a minimum of 720 class room hours or Graduation from an Accredited Electronic Apprentice Program with a high school degree; Or

  • At least three years’ experience with an AA/AS in Electronics from an accredited program; Or

  • At least two years’ experience with a BS/BA in Electronics from an accredited program.

  • Software House 800/8000 or 900/900 C-CURE or equivalent AMAG certification desired.

  • At least two active certifications from the following OEM list are highly preferred: Morpho Detection Itemizer; Smiths Detection X-Ray Hiscan; CEIA Walk-Trough Metal Detectors; Delta & Koei Vehicle Barrier; Panasonic Analog CCTV Systems; IP CCTV Systems; Pathminder Turnstiles; or equivalent OEM certifications.

  • OSHA 10 Training required. OSHA 30 Training preferred.

  • DCJS Training (35i or 35e) required.

  • Travel to various job sites will be required.

  • Secret clearance required.

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