Our Brooklyn Client is a specialty electronics design and integration company focusing on high-end residential and light commercial projects. In particular they specialize in the design, installation and maintenance of distributed video & audio systems, private theaters, media rooms, lighting, shading and environmental controls as well as data, phone and video services infrastructure.
Our Client is looking for a Lead Technician with 5 years’ experience in residential electronic systems installation or service. The Lead Technician is responsible for leading a team of Field Technicians, organizing and supervising the installation of integrated residential technology systems. In addition this position combines their technical expertise with exceptional craftsmanship to deliver reliable, easy to use systems on time and on budget for the company’s clients.
Manage the on-site activity during all phases of the installation and configuration of integrated residential technology systems.
Under the direction of a Project Manager, complete daily and weekly assignments as planned and communicate project needs, change requests, issues and status.
Establish and maintain positive, professional relationships with clients, site supervisors, project partners, and other trades.
Plan, organize, and direct the work of Field Technicians to achieve project objectives for efficiency, quality, and craftsmanship.
Coordinate the work of necessary internal technical resources (programming, IT specialist, etc.).
Demonstrate the company’s commitment to superior service through sensitivity to client requests and needs.
Have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in residential electronic systems installation or service.
Ability to visualize the sequence of work and convert it to a measureable plan and schedule.
Ability to work under pressure, assess multiple demands, and manage priorities.
Ability to delegate and direct the work of others while creating a positive, learning environment.
Ability to communicate effectively in person and/or via email, phone, or text to varied audiences.
Knowledge of residential systems integration including audio/video, lighting, shades, climate control, security, CCTV, telephone and computer networks including the ability to setup, configure, calibrate, and commission equipment after physical installation.
An understanding of signal flows and control systems for distributed audio, video, and home theater systems and the ability to diagnose and troubleshoot problems.
Ability to read and interpret blue prints, electronic schematics, and user manuals.
Knowledge of construction techniques and wiring methods for new and existing construction.
$60,000 to $75,000 per year. DOE
Paid Time Off.
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