Job Description


JOB DESCRIPTION: Installing, servicing, and troubleshooting Security, Fire, ACCESS, and CCTV Systems in various homes and business throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Installer/Technician will serve as support to crew lead on installation team, communicate job status to the Operations Manager, and ensure the completion of installation.


  • Experience in Electronic Security (Security, Fire, ACCESS, CCTV), but willing to train the right candidate.

  • Must have high school diploma or GED required

  • Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment criminal, background, and drug screening.

  • Must have a clean driving record (no DUI in the last 5 years)

  • Valid CA Driver's License

  • Electrical certification a plus

  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs

  • Ability to work in extreme environments (i.e., hot sun, cold, crawl spaces, attic, basements, etc.)

  • Must be willing and able to climb ladders, stairs, and on feet for long periods of time.

  • Must thrive in team environment


  • Pulling inventory for each installation job

    • Pre assemble job components in warehouse

    • Mounting hardware

  • Running various wires (CL2 Fire wire, CAT5 Wire, direct burial), may need to access attics and basements

  • Clean up of job site after installation

  • Practice safe work practices

  • Attend staff meetings

WORK HOURS: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with overtime occasionally. Full time position.

SALARY: Salary based on experience. Ranges from $12 to $25 per hour.

STATE DATE: As soon as possible

LOCATION: San Marino, CA

BENEFITS: Regular 40 hour work week and paid vacation/sick time. Full benefits after 3 month probationary period (Medical, Dental, Vision, Aflac). 401 K Plan options after 1 year of employment.

Interested Candidates should EMAIL or FAX their resume to Marci Donovan.

Phone # (626) 285-7778

Fax # (626) 285-7181.


Company Description
Security, Fire, CCTV, Access System Installation company. Privately owned by a retired San Marino Police Officer. We have been in business for over 30 years.
Website: http://www.sanmarinosecurity.com

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