SCHOOL SECURITY SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS
position is responsible for maintaining the physical security
systems in a school district. Work involves the installation and
continuous maintenance / operation of electronic locks, card access
systems, Closed Caption Television systems and other related
security equipment. An employee in this class is responsible keeping
the proper personnel informed as to the status of all systems. An
employee in this class works closely with staff engaged in building
is received by the Director of Facilities. This position does not
regularly supervise subordinate staff. Does related work as
TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES
Troubleshoots, adjusts, maintains, replaces, and repairs Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), which service all doors and communications throughout the school district.
Troubleshoots, tests, adjusts, maintains, operates and instructs others in the operation of card access system, CCTV cameras and associated equipment.
Works with local and national vendors to modify available components and customizes their electronics to work with the existing systems within the school district.
Troubleshoots, tests, adjusts, maintains, replaces, and repairs all electronic locks, gates, doors, and other mechanical security fixtures and equipment essential to the secure operation of the school district.
Documents and implements preventive maintenance of all security systems.
Works from elevated positions using step stools, ladders, man lifts and scaffolding
Operates electric and pneumatic power hand tools
Routinely carries or moves tools and equipment weighing up to 50 lbs.
May perform building maintenance work
FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
Good knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, tools and equipment of the locksmith trade
Good knowledge of the principles, methods, tools, and equipment of CCTV camera systems and associated equipment.
Good knowledge of the principles, methods, tools, and equipment of card access systems and associated equipment.
Working knowledge of the district’s security procedures concerning the issuance of access badges, keys and locks.
to read mechanical and structural blueprints.
One (1) year of non-competitive class status as a Maintenance Mechanic II or Maintenance Worker II; or,
Two (2) years year of non-competitive class status as a Maintenance Mechanic I or Maintenance Worker I.
Four (4) years of work experience, or its part-time equivalent, maintaining electric locks, card access systems and CCTV systems.