|Job Ref:||TSYS-USNY00982767x||Employer:||Bombardier Inc.||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United States||County/State:||New York||City:||JFK Airport||Address:||Post Date:||07/10/2016 22:03|
COMMUNICATIONS & SECURITY SYSTEMS ENGINEER |
REQUISITION NUMBER: TSYS-USNY00982767x
Bombardier Transportation is a world-wide leader in rail technology. From mainline to metro, light rail to locomotives, our strategy is one of continuous development that provides the most effective and innovative rail solutions for today and tomorrow!
At Bombardier, we provide maintenance services for supporting commuter rail fleets as well as operations and maintenance services for automated rail transit systems. Our network of fleet maintenance and operations services sites include five transit agencies, 11 airports and the Las Vegas Monorail system.
Based in New York, New York at Bombardier Transportation's operations and maintenance service site located at JFK Airport, you will support the communication and security systems to contribute to the safe and reliable operation of AirTrain JFK. We are looking for a Communications & Security Systems Engineer with field experience in troubleshooting, repairing, and configuring Access Control, audio and video security, and CCTV systems .
In your role you will:
As our ideal candidate:
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.
Offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background check and drug screen, subject to applicable laws and regulations.
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