CCTV Technician (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – September 13, 2016
I've had a great experience in the low voltage industry, from running cable to installing devices and even trouble shooting has been an eye opener. I started off part time and loved it, so much that I decided to leave my current career as a plant manager behind and take this full on. The hardest part of the job is being away from home for so long. having a new born baby and a 10 year old son i feel like I'm missing out on so much of them and i believe they miss out on me as well. I love who i work for I have great salary and benefits, i just cant be away from home for weeks at time. My purpose of this resume and job search is to find a job closer to home.
Great pay, great benefits, awesome learning experience.
any job (Former Employee) – Anywhere – February 3, 2016
I have worked in casino for 18 yers and went through all the stages from a dealer to a general manager. Unfortunetely casinos was closed in my country and i have to loocking for a job abroad. For a long time i worked in CCTV-department and know this work very well
I like get my job done, respect costumers needs , changes, give feedback to the company, good communications skills.
Field Engineer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 31, 2015
I like get my job done, respect costumers needs , changes, give feedback to the company, good communications skills. good place to work, i love what i do , cctv , access control, alarm systems. intercoms etc.
Public Safety Internship (Former Employee) – Pullman, Washington – March 9, 2015
Monitoring the surveillance cameras for the Pullman Campus Police Department was a great experience. I learned many things throughout this internship such as time management, teamwork and many other skills. The hardest part of the job was the graveyard shift that we were required to work. The most enjoyable part of the job was the experience I had gained and the individuals that I had the pleasure to work with.
Security systems Installer (Current Employee) – Lomita, CA – December 17, 2014
Meet with customer to decide on necessary equipment and give itemized receipt. Give customer approximate date of completion. take deposit " usually materials are paid for in advance". The hardest part of the job is having to move customers merchandise to effectively install equipment. The best part is showing completed Installation. I have learned to take deposit on all materials prior to installation.
Technician (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – November 5, 2014
I get to learn a something new about the job. Learn to work faster with what you have in the area. To use you time wisely. To be helpful to each other. To make everything work together perfectly. Everything is working right.
Collection System Lead & CCTV lead (Former Employee) – Simi Valley, CA – May 13, 2014
As a CCTV operater I got to see what most operaters didn't, the inside of a sewer pipe. I got to see all connecting laterals and joints, all defiencies such as cracked or broken pipe, sags or bellies or even catch potential blockages.
Licenced Security Officer (Former Employee) – Sainsburys Supermarket, England – March 26, 2014
While this job was easy to learn and busy it was monotonous and offered me no challenge at all while providing even less opportunity to advance myself or my career. I did however learn to work better in a team, learn how t manage a team, learned better paperwork processing and organisation skills while learning a great deal about how to provide great customer service. My team were great, always helpful, always there when you needed them. I think the hardest part of my job was having to stand at my work station for the whole shift. After about 6 hours it really plays havoc with your back and legs. The best part of my job was the interaction i had everyday with customer and staff. It really helped the day go by in a more enjoyable fashion
Stood in 1 spot for 10 hours a day is not a great as it sounds.