The fundamental reason this position exists is
to perform skilled work in the installation and/or removal of communications,
audio visual, electronic equipment, and various other vehicular components
related to Law Enforcement for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office vehicle
fleet. Components include, but are not
limited to, radio communication equipment, Automatic Vehicle Locater (AVL) equipment,
in-car video and audio recording devices, computer network interfacing for in-car
computer systems, vehicular light bars and emergency lighting devices, brush
guards, partitions, and gun-racks, along with the electronic control feature
installation for each, and other equipment as designated by the Sheriff.Incumbents may
also install electronic equipment for other County Departments and public
safety entities at the direction of the Sheriff. Primary work responsibilities may include: assembling,
installing, servicing, and repairing stationary and mobile equipment; testing
equipment; performing preventative maintenance; driving to off-site locations
to address malfunctions; and completing miscellaneous duties. Work is performed
with considerable independence in judgement and action.This classification reports to the Support
Services Supervisor, who provides general supervision.
diploma or GED and 6 months of experience in the assembly, installation,
diagnosis, and/or service of communications, sound, vehicular and emergency
lighting, law enforcement/safety, and/or navigation equipment in vehicles.Applicable education (technical training in
electronics, auto mechanics or related field) may be substituted for experience
on a month-to-month ratio.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
Must have and maintain a valid Alabama Driver’s
License and insurable driving record. Must submit to criminal background check.May be required to work nights, weekends, and
holidays for emergencies and special events.