Surveillance Technician

STATUS:                      Permanent/Full-Time/Entry Level
DEPARTMENT:           Surveillance
REPORTS TO:              Gaming Commission and Surveillance Lead Officer
SALARY:                      $18.00 per hour, plus benefits; (health, dental insurance, 401K, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation/sick time after completion of 90-day probation).
CLOSING DATE:         

The Surveillance Technician is responsible for the repair, maintenance, and documentation of Surveillance Department systems and low voltage equipment. To include but not limited to; documenting, installing, programming, configuring, relocating, cleaning, troubleshooting and testing. The Surveillance Technician is also responsible for ensuring the surveillance system is operating within regulatory guidelines at all times.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

 
  • Participates in and ensures the quality of operations in the Surveillance Technical Division of the Surveillance Department.
  • Installs Surveillance Department equipment such as wiring, cameras, PC equipment, racks, conduit and chases as well as the installation of connectors and terminals.
  • Maintain operation status of all cameras and monitors including multi-plexers, quads, splitters, switchers, CPU alarm interfaces and other related equipment.
  • Maintains, diagnoses and troubleshoots systems and equipment.
  • Stay current on industry trends and technological advances.
  • Assists in planning, execution, and the management of projects.
  • Researches surveillance technology and recommend enhancements to ensure efficient and cost-effective surveillance operations.
  • Provides testimony as a subject matter expert in Gaming Commission Hearings, Tribal Court or Court of Law.
  • Maintains a working knowledge of internal controls, casino policies and procedures, and all federal, state, and tribal regulations pertaining to the and its casino operations to ensure compliance.
  • Perform other duties as assigned to support the efficient operation of the department.
  • Must be able to work with various tools used in the electronic, CCTV, computer and electrical/mechanical fields including but limited to working on ladders, lifts and in crawl spaces
  • Relocate and/or repair equipment in an expedient manner.
  • Install additional surveillance equipment as needed.
  • Inform the Gaming Commission of all pertinent information regarding the Surveillance Department.
  • Be on call for emergency equipment repair.

Education/Experience/Qualifications
 
  • Knowledge of Tribal Gaming preferred.
  • Knowledge of Geo-Vision system is preferred.
  • Must have an electronic repair background, and/or a minimum of two years’ experience using CCTV equipment.
  • Vocational/Technical/Business certification in Low Voltage, Surveillance Technical, Information Technology or related field preferred.
  • PC literacy and proficiency in Microsoft Office as well as familiarity with tools required.
  • Able to follow safety guidelines when using required equipment, tools, and techniques while performing job duties.
  • Have knowledge of how all-applicable video equipment operates.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality with respect to operations, controls, and procedures involved in surveillance activities.
  • Evaluate equipment needs and order surveillance equipment as necessary.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with Team Members and Gaming Commission in both written and verbal form.
  • Be reliable, self-motivated and complete job functions with little or no supervision.
  • Must be organized and detail oriented.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Must be able to obtain Gaming Work Card for the jurisdiction in which the property is located.
     

This is a full time position

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