Repairer - Access Control

Under direction of the supervisor, does the work involved in making, repairing, altering, and changing varied types of locks and keys; does related work as required.
Repairs locks, padlocks, safe locks, door locks, and key locks.
Makes and repairs keys of various types and operates key machines.
Sets up and resets lock cylinders; rebuilds and installs locks; makes parts for locks and changes locks combinations by inserting new tumblers in shortening tumblers by filing them down.
Does carpentry and other work when it is necessary.
Picks locks in emergencies; other work as assigned by supervisor.
Installs, repairs and makes modifications on a variety of access control boards, card-swipe stations, panic alarm devices, door alarms, electric and mechanical locks and other supportive devices.
Experience in the repair, alteration, and installation of locks, door checks, and keys of varied types.
Able to perform a variety of skilled and semi-skilled maintenance and repair work on a variety of electronic and mechanical access control systems.
Technology skills, including working with Microsoft Office Suite, access control hardware or equivalent, low voltage electricity, and able to learn a variety of software products.
Able to read, interpret, and work from plans, drawings, specifications and oral directions; repair electrical and mechanical equipment; to follow oral and written directions.
Appointees will be required to possess a valid NJ driver's license.
How To Apply:
Only electronic documents will be accepted. Please complete the on-line application in addition to providing the following required documents. All required documents must be submitted in order for your application to move forward. You may upload documents using; Word Document or PDF.
A letter of interest describing specific skills and experiences
A current resume
A list of 3 professional references (included in the application): Name, Company, Email address and Phone
Required Documents:
Letter of Interest, Resume

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