Our award winning Denver based Client is a smart home technology firm experiencing tremendous grow. They specialize in the installation of the latest in audio, video, touch and voice home automation, lighting control and motorized shades. They design and install electronic systems primarily for high end residences and MDUs but also for hotels and restaurants and board rooms. Their client service philosophy sets them apart from their competitors. They have a strong, supportive, tight knit family culture, which makes this a great place to work.
The Lead Technician is primarily responsible for the assembly, installation, custom programming, and higher-level service/repair support on assigned residential electronic infrastructure and integration projects. The Lead Technician manages day-to-day production and tasks on the jobsite per the Project Manager’s (PM) direction. The Lead Technician serves as an onsite backup to the PM for relaying relevant information, interacting with general contractors, other trades, and clients and/or client representatives. Lead technicians direct the work of other technicians and communicate daily information to others within the company including PMs, Designers and Programmers so that these positions can better prepare and plan success for the project
Applicants should have a minimum of 5 years experience in the installation of Savant, Lutron Control4, Josh A.I. control systems as well as Vantage and ELK
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.
Required Certifications: Savant Fundamentals with BluePrint, Parasol Pioneer Program, Control 4 Associate Installer, Savant Troubleshooting Control 4 Automation Programmer, Control 4/SnapAV PCNA.
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 work under pressure, assess multiple demands, and manage priorities.
Ability to read and interpret blue prints, electronic schematics, and user manuals.
Knowledge of construction techniques and wiring methods for new and existing construction.
$25.00 to $38.00 per hour. DOE.
Health and long term disability insurance.
401k with employer matching.
Paid vacation and holidays.
Paid sick time.