Install technician installs communications and associated electronic equipment and wiring per specifications and operational procedures. Requires practical knowledge of electronics, electricity or related discipline gained through technical education/training/work experience. Two years’ work experience preferred. Ability to use hand tools, electronic equipment and computer terminals essential. Must be computer literate and possess good customer service skills. Must be able to lift 50-75lbs.
Join a growing team that has strong bonds with Law Enforcement, Fire and Emergency. RACOM was established in 1972 and we design, sell, install and maintain all of the technologies used in the “second half of the 911 response equation” — from the time an emergency dispatcher answers a 911 call to the time police, fire and ambulances arrive on scene…. from specialized phone systems, pagers, radios and voice recorders to warning lights and sirens.
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