Monday, 2 November 2015

Hays Engineering,Security Service Technician Jobs in Australia



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A top tier Australian Security Systems Integration Company, our client delivers end-to-end tailored security solutions to a
range of industry sectors including banking and finance, healthcare, transport, commercial, industrial and government.

An internal move and promotion, brings the opportunity for a Senior Security Technician to join the Melbourne team on a permanent basis.

The role focuses on the service and repair of high end security systems for the commercial and government sectors and will also include some maintenance work and monitoring of high level IP CCTV equipment. Facilities will include new branches, branch refurbishments, government institutions and top tier corporate facilities.

We require an Security Technician with ample Service and repair experience in the security sector. Previous experience as a service technician within electronic security is essential. The role requires liaison with corporate clients as well as stakeholders at all levels and therefore your communication skills must be somewhat adaptable and yet polished as required. Comprehensive knowledge of CARDAX is critical.

You will be joining not only one of largest contracting companies in Australia but one of the largest in the world with offices worldwide. Due to this there is endless room for progression and personal growth for the correct individual. This coupled with an above average salary and a flexible professional work culture makes it an ideal opportunity for an individual who is passionate in the security industry.

Please apply by contacting Robert Horton on 0396424066 or send your C.V. and cover letter to robert.horton@hays.com.au

Reference Number: 1642897

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