Low Voltage Service Technician

Dallas, TX

Perform in a role that provides life-saving services in addition to excellent compensation. If you are the kind of person who likes to help people and who wants something more out of your career besides good compensation and a place to work, then you may enjoy a career installing sophisticated Nurse Call technology in Clinics, Hospitals, and other medical facilities around Texas. Work with one of the Top integrators of Nurse Call technology in Texas. Apply Today.

Company Information

Our client is a multi-state integrator of 30 years with a focus on the quality of service and product offerings as well as charitable giving and employee development. This company offers exceptional benefits, continuing education, and professional advancement opportunities for individuals with an interest in the areas of life safety technologies, audio-video systems integrations, and commercial access control & security solutions. With several offices across eight states, this company has a substantial regional footprint that provides flexibility and opportunity. They are engaged with a number of charities, civic organizations, and trade associations in each region where they operate. In Texas, locations are in each of the major metro areas as well as along the gulf coast. This company has received numerous awards due to its focus on customer service and employee development including being voted one of the top 100 places to work by Dallas Morning news.

What is in it for you?

  • 401K with Match
  • Medical Insurance Options
  • Paid Holidays
  • Access to Top Contractors
  • Competitive Pay
  • Lucrative Career Opportunities
  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Access to Free Industry Certifications
  • Advanced Industry Certification Guidance
  • State Licensing Guidance
  • Bonus Program

Your Role with the Company

The Nurse Call Installer will receive training in the installation of cabling and hardware for various electronic healthcare systems utilized for nurse calls, infant protection and patient security systems, E-Call, access control/ camera systems. These positions will be working on new construction projects and in occupied buildings within the healthcare industry including hospitals, medical office buildings, senior housing, and emergency medical facilities.

Background Profile

  • Background and/or interest in electronics.
  • Some experience with hand tools
  • Basic understanding of the multi-meter operation.
  • Experience working in a construction environment.
  • Safety Conscious
  • Effective communicator, professional, and comfortable engaging customers, project managers, and coworkers.
  • Able to work days, nights, and weekends as needed.
  • Has reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license.
  • Can pass a drug screen and criminal background check.


For consideration, you can call/text 469-930-7515

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