The low voltage technician installs the electrical system such as fire alarms, surveillance equipment, security systems, and audio-visual or multimedia equipment. You will install the equipment based on the blueprints and plans given. You must be able to run diagnostic tests on equipment to determine whether there is an issue with the equipment wiring or part of it. Estimates will be prepared by you in which you give to the clients or your supervisor when needed. You will make notes of problems, malfunctions, and repairs and should present them to the superior or management when requested.
The low voltage technician is a highly technical role which means that you must have prior formal training or previous experience in the same role. Computer skills will be required; you will use computers to maintain and update the clients' information, inventory, repair logs, and similar records. Good physical stamina is also important because it is a physically demanding job. You will be paid an average of $41,192 a year.