Trofholz Technologies

Security Installation Technician

Electronic Security and Communication Systems - Atlanta, GA - Full Time

Embark on a rewarding journey with Trofholz Technologies, Inc. as we seek a dynamic Security Installation Technician to join our extraordinary team. If you're a positive and team-oriented professional eager to elevate your skills in the security industry, look no further! At Trofholz, we pride ourselves on being an employee-focused company with a remarkable culture of respect, continuous improvement, and seamless teamwork.

This is not just a job; it's an exceptional opportunity for the right candidate to advance their career by safeguarding critical infrastructures of national significance. Join forces with a proven industry leader boasting over 22 years of performance excellence.

As a valued member of our exceptional team, you will play a crucial role in installing, maintaining, testing, troubleshooting, and repairing electronic security systems and data communication networks. Experience the unparalleled satisfaction of contributing to a positive and collaborative work environment that fosters professional growth.

Seize the chance to be part of something extraordinary—apply today and become an integral part of the Trofholz family!

Roles and Responsibilities:
  • Installation, preventative maintenance, functional testing, and operation of: 
  • Standard security and surveillance enclosures, mounts, racks, etc. 
  • Access control, intrusion detection, and surveillance hardware and devices. 
  • Servers, workstations, clients, etc. 
  • Typical network and communications equipment. 
  • Creation of documentation detailing the above 
  • Install and terminate Copper and fiber data communications cable and connectivity 
  • Set up and program security, access control, intrusion, audio-visual, and CCTV system communications network 
  • Perform system troubleshooting 

  • 3 years’ experience installing low-voltage systems, CCTV
  • Experience installing American Dynamics, Softwarehouse 
  • Knowledge of low-voltage electronics, components, and wiring
  • Basic understanding of IP Addressing
  • Experience with installation and configuration of access control, intrusion detection, and video surveillance software
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills 
  • A valid driver’s license and current vehicle insurance
  • Ability to complete drug and background verifications 
  • Capability to travel approx. 10% 
  • Provide your basic hand tools and understand the operation and safety of project-specific tools 
  • Ability to read, write, and speak English 

  • American Dynamics certifications 
  • Softwarehouse certifications 
  • Strong understanding of Communications Networks 
  • Basic Networking Principles 
  • System integration experience 
  • Previous experience working with federal government agencies

Pay: $21.60 - $26.14

About the Company:
At Trofholz, we're not just building careers; we're shaping the future of security solutions with a team of dynamic, resourceful, and talented professionals.

Our “QCCI Team Creed” embodies our values of quality, commitment, creativity, integrity, and teamwork, driving every aspect of our work. From delivering exceptional client experiences to fostering the growth and development of our employees, Trofholz is dedicated to excellence in everything we do.

With competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and a vibrant team culture that celebrates individual contributions, Trofholz offers more than just a job—we offer a pathway to personal and professional fulfillment.

Trofholz offers comprehensive benefit plans which include:
  • Medical plan with a national network and HSA option
  • Dental PPO with a national network of participating dentists
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Employer Matched 401(k)
  • Personal Time Off (PTO)
  • 11 Paid holidays a year

Join us in our mission to Be More, Do More with Trofholz. Together, let's create a safer, more secure future for all, where opportunity meets innovation in an industry set to double within the next five years!


Trofholz is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, and we E-Verify. All offers of employment at Trofholz are contingent upon clear results of a thorough background check and drug screen.

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