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Low Voltage Technicians are responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing fire or security alarm equipment. Typical resume samples for this job highlight duties like testing circuits, drilling holes, repairing security systems, diagnosing technical issues, visiting installation sites, and programming security units. Successful candidates showcase in their resumes qualifications such as electronics expertise, attention to details, time management, troubleshooting skills, good communication abilities, and teamwork. Employees select candidates with a clean criminal record and holding a diploma from a technical or vocational school.

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Low Voltage Technician

Job Description:

  • Supervised, planned, scheduled, and coordinated staff to ensure quality installs.
  • Maintained accurate personal records on maintenance crews and technical records on weekly insulation production.
  • Coordinated projects with other departments, utilities and businesses to ensure smooth operations.
Candidate Info
27
years in
workforce
10
years
at this job
Electronics
2

Lead CCTV / Cable / Low Voltage Technician

Installed, tested and repaired CCTV and DVR systems for the Orlando Expressway Authority and various other jobsites by following blueprints to ensure correct installation locations

  • Worked from schematics, diagrams, written and verbal instructions
  • Maintained accurate inventory of stock and field devices
  • Supervised and trained a daily work of a crew of seven employees
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
AA
Associate of Arts
3

Low Voltage Technician

Installed low voltage wiring for Home Automation systems in residential and commercial new construction.

  • Trained new Technicians to properly install low voltage wiring systems
  • Plumbed various types of central vacuum systems per manufacturer recommendations
  • Communicated with Builders and Management the progress of each job
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
Management
4

Low Voltage Technician

Asset Tracking- Prepare written inventory of all alarm devices and modules in specified building, categorize in Excel spreadsheet.

  • Maintain Alarm Panel- Coordinate with customer to test, service, maintain, install, and solder electronic components if needed.
  • Inspection- Inspect electrical/fire alarm/network systems and their components to building/county code for the purpose of evaluating conditions and identifying necessary repairs and recommending preventive maintenance.
  • Troubleshoot- Using blueprints to troubleshoot electronic components, relays, control modules and monitor modules.
  • Safety- Comply with company and OSHA safety regulations to ensure safe procedures in the workplace.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AAS
Computer And Electronic Engineering Technology
BS
Engineering Management
5

Low Voltage Technician/installer

Installation and servicing of Voice over I.P. services into customer's residence.

  • Installation and servicing of Broadband Internet services and Digital Cable in customer's home.
  • Provided quality installations regardless of varying working conditions.
  • Onsite customer support of internet and phone services.
  • Competently completed varying work routes and requirements, requiring the ability to diagnose and implement a corrective action that suited the customer's needs.
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AA
Computer Science
Accelerated Content
6

Low Voltage Technician

  • Installed and serviced fire alarm, Burglar, Card Access, and CCTV systems.
  • Setup digital recording, control devices and taught clients how to operate them.
  • Installed, maintained and repaired satellite systems in accordance with electrical codes.
  • Assembled, soldered and test circuit boards and subassemblies.
Candidate Info
13
years in
workforce
11
years
at this job
Electronics
7

Low Voltage Technician

Specialized in security alarm systems, fire alarm systems, video surveillance, audio systems, access control systems and central vacuum systems

  • Responsible for the design, layout, installation, programming and service of various low voltage systems
  • Managed multiple projects on a daily basis
  • Completed projects in both residential and commercial fields
  • Accountable for maintaining and record keeping of inventory
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
7
years
at this job
BS
Mechanical Engineering Technology
8

Low Voltage Technician

  • Duties and responsibilities were to perform installation and maintenance for the Montgomery County Schools Model Classroom technology for the sole purpose of higher education.
  • The installation consisted of technical devices such as audio/video systems. Equipment was mounted such as digital projector with standard 8ft screen, tested for long term performance. Audio/video system to include the computer network and wireless access points as well.
  • Completed the new Pisgah Elementary School, built out the MDF/IDF rooms, from setting in the racks, grounding equipment, pulling Cat5e, coaxial and fiber cables. Terminated, connected, and or punched down to patch panels. Installed and tested wireless access points. Conducted service calls throughout the school system to maintain security and integrity of all systems.
  • Ability to use basic cable installation tools and hand tools and perform jobs from high places (on poles and roofs, ) including climbing
  • Read general system layouts from blueprints, basic knowledge of mathematics, cable television products and services.
Candidate Info
23
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
MA
Master of Arts
9

Low Voltage Technician

Performed installation and fixture of equipments as needed.

  • Checked work orders and structured layout of equipment.
  • Fixed wiring and system layout.
  • Installed, troubleshot and configured electrical systems of low voltage.
  • Low voltage, single and multi-line wiring, and communication cables 5, 6, and coax.
  • Built and installed racks, ladder racks.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
6
months
at this job
10

Low Voltage Technician

  • Service customer needs on behalf of their employers by setting up and traveling to appointments
  • Work with both cable lines and communications equipment supplied by cable companies
  • Familiar with the set up and configuration of devices, such as modems and cable boxes, so customers can access the services they’ve paid for
  • Install accessories, such as a line amplifiers, to give customers the best possible connectivity
  • String lines of cable from utility poles, trenches or towers to residential buildings to make sure cables remain unbroken and are safely positioned.
  • Splice lines of cable together to increase their length and verify cable positions do not interfere with their transmission power
Candidate Info
17
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
HS
High School Diploma

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