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Electronic Security System Administrator : Open to Internal Members of BCEU and BCHASA Only

Company: City of Brockton
Location: Brockton
Posted on: May 26, 2023

Job Description:

Electronic Security System Administrator : Open to Internal Members of BCEU and BCHASA Only Category: Information Technology Subscribe: Department: Information Technology Locations: Brockton, MA Posted: May 17, 2023 Closes: May 23, 2023 - 11:59 PM EDT Type: Full-time PositionID: 162511 Share About City of Brockton:
Brockton is a vibrant city located 20 miles south of Boston. Its convenient location provides easy access to the greater Boston metropolitan area, Cape Cod, and Providence. We are proud of our diverse population, our dedicated employees and volunteers, our cultural opportunities, and our award-winning public school system.
Job Description:
Position: Electronic Security System Administrator
Location: Information Technology Center
Date Opened: May 17, 2023
Date Closed: May 23, 2023
Position Type: Full-time, Benefited, Union
Salary:$ 80,022- $98, 859Essential Duties and Responsibilities:Essential duties and responsibilities: Performs professional and technical work providing hardware and software support to City and School Departments.
Provides technical hardware and software support for various operating systems; monitors operating system performance.
Controls security access to services and provides technical support for connectivity to the Citywide public safety camera system.
Helps maintain software related to camera systems; helps evaluate and review computer applications related to the camera security systems.
Installs new camera hardware and software designed to work on various operating systems, Evaluates and corrects hardware and software failures and interfaces with support vendors on camera system issues.
Helps update and enhance computer equipment and software for camera system use in City Departments.
Provides assistance and training to users; helps users with new camera products; evaluates and implements desktop products as related to camera systems.
Maintains inventories of cameras and all related equipment; makes recommendations to correct program errors; tests, corrects, and debugs operational documentation and procedures.
Establishes operational standards; monitors vendors.
Repairs defective cable; installs parts and components related to outdoor and indoor camera systems.
Schedules camera installations and required jobs to make efficient use of vendor and internal city resources; installs new camera system hardware and software.
Helps design and construct physical boxes for covert and overt camera locations when needed. Verifies accuracy and alignment of footage for desired purposes; assists IT staff with proper documents containing camera information.
Performs daily camera administrative tasks, checking online status, restoring connectivity after power interruption with help from electricians and/or contractors; coordinates the running of utilities as well as finding and solving problems.
Actively participates in ongoing education and training required by the Department related to modernization and evolving technology. Performs similar or related duties as required or as the situation dictates.Supervision: Works under the general direction of the Director of Information Technology; the employee functions independently, referring specific issues to the supervisor only when clarification or interpretation of policy or discussion of a technical matter may be required; considerable independent judgment is required to provide professional advice; technical expertise is required to apply standard professional techniques. Supervisory Responsibilities: Does not generally supervise other employees, except in emergency situations or as directed by the Department Head.
Preferred Education and Experience:Bachelor's Degree or Technical School Degree desired in computer science or a related field; five years of camera installation experience and related technical experience; A+, N+, MCP. MA Construction Supervisor (Unrestricted), OSHA 30 training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. MA Hoisting Engineer (1C) license required at time of hire or within time frame established by Director.Knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough knowledge of information technology, camera systems, wiring and connectivity; knowledge of construction related rules and safety, ability to operate tools, vehicles, and equipment associated with the job, familiarity with applications and policies, particularly those for use in local government also imperative. Ability to identify and solve a range of problems; ability to provide technical support; ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form; ability to explain camera technology to system users is also extremely important. Excellent communication and public relations skills as well as applying technological solutions to local government problems.Physical Demands: Moderate physical effort is required to perform most duties; some duties require minimal effort. Required to stand, walk, sit, speak, hear, use hands to operate or repair equipment as well as operate a bucket truck and/or an automobile. Vision requirements include the ability to read/analyze documents and use computers.Work Environment:The work environment involves everyday discomforts typical of a municipal setting. Interruptions, noise, or physical surroundings may be distracting, but conditions are generally not unpleasant. Work is performed in outdoor as well as indoor conditions; daily work is subject to unplanned events, such as system emergencies, natural disasters, and automobile accidents. Operates standard office equipment, uses hand tools, operates an automobile; operates a bucket truck; has regular contact with City and School staff. Works closely with supporting vendors, suppliers, and consultants. Errors could result in delay or loss of service, damage to equipment, monetary loss, or legal repercussions.
Additional Information:
The City of Brockton provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, genetic information, pregnancy or a pregnancy-related condition, or membership in any other protected class. The City of Brockton complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in all locations in which the City operates. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment. As a condition of employment, the City of Brockton will conduct a MA Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check once an offer has been accepted.

If you have Diversity or Equal Opportunity questions or need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Ameer Phillips, Manager of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, at 508-897-6439.

Section 2-110 of the Revised Ordinances of the City of Brockton mandates that employees establish residency within the City within one year of hire.
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