Please note the shift time is 4:00AM - 12:00 Noon
for digital equipment maintenance and monitoring.
Primary responsibility related to all cameras, recording and monitoring
equipment related to the property’s Surveillance System. This includes
software, hardware and networking components. The Technician Surveillance
Equipment assists in the preventive maintenance schedule for all of the
peripherals of the CCDMS (Closed-Circuit Digital Monitoring System). Assists in
the installation, operation and maintenance of all equipment related to CCDMS
video monitoring and recording. Assist
as directed in the evaluation, planning, purchasing and installation of new
projects involving the CCDMS. Responsible for all Timely and Accurate
Documentation of all repairs and preventive maintenance reports. Assists in
the training of surveillance and security staff in essential tasks related to
digital components, software and archive and retrieval of digital images. Ensures compliance with federal and
state gaming regulations.
be able to climb ladders, operate electronic lifts (one-man lifts, Skyjacks
etc.), operate various manual and power tools including drills and cutting
be able to work in confined spaces for long periods of time.
be able to lift / carry up to 50lbs.
and maintain Basic Networking (TCP/IP, DNS, routing, subnetting) competencies.
and maintain knowledge of electronic testing equipment.
and maintain the ability to read simple instructions, schematic diagrams and blueprints.
complete Pelco VMS Certification (Vx Certification).
familiarize and utilize all safety equipment when performing job duties.
Secondary responsibilities duplicate that of the Agent Surveillance: Operates
electronic surveillance equipment. Complete department reports as
required. Reports to the Supervisor
Surveillance and informs management of any illegal activity. Observes patrons and employees for cheating,
theft or any other illegal activity. Cooperates with other departments with
regards to surveillance reports. Attendance in court is required if needed. Ensures compliance with federal and state gaming
school diploma or equivalent. One year of related work experience preferred or combination
of education and experience. Must qualify for and maintain licensure as
Valley Forge Casino Resort is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled