The Getty

Senior Alarm Security Technician

Posted Date
4 months ago(11/4/2020 11:29 AM)
Requisition Number
Regular Full-Time
Position Status
Getty Center
Trust - 0126-Security Technical
Targeted Hiring Range
$28.39 - $35.49 Hourly
Commensurate with experience and internal equity

Job Summary

Designs, installs and maintains a variety of state of the art security access/intrusion systems and related components. Areas of specialization include access/intrusion alarms, access control programming, coordinates the work of vendors/contractors as needed. Works on assignments that are varied and complex in nature. Works on other technical systems or projects as needed, such as, Fire/life safety system, closed circuit television and commercial locksmith.

Major Job Responsibilities

Applies advanced knowledge of sophisticated security systems, such as Hirsch, Lenel access control.

  • Develops and maintains Getty security access/intrusion systems and field devices
  • Responsible for wiring termination and system programming
  • Maintains vendor/contractor relationships and ensures the quality of service provided
  • Manages technical system installation projects
  • Serves as system administrator for local and wide area computer networks and complex operating systems
  • Maintains knowledge of technological advancements and recommends improvements to Getty security systems


  • High School/GED
  • Minimum 4-5 years related experience with security systems
  • Certification in area of specialization
  • Advanced training in electronics and computer networks
  • Experience with access controls desired.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Performs advanced support functions
  • Applies advanced knowledge of policies, practices, trends and information
  • May serve as a technical resource to coworkers
  • Able to maintain and configure Servers, workstations, networks, applications and databases
  • Good understanding of LAN and WAN, network switches, IP Address schemes and troubleshooting skills to diagnose network communication problems between PC and edge devices
  • Ability to read, interpret and analyze architectural blueprints and electrical schematics