I thought this job posting was interesting. A contract placement agency is looking for someone with Genetec Security Center for a 15 month job in the Atlanta area.
From the job posting:
CTG has an immediate need for a Physical Security Architect. This is a 15-month contract assignment for our Fortune 50 client in Atlanta, GA. Local candidates are preferred but travelers will be accepted. Travel expenses will be reimbursed. You would be paid on a W-2 basis.
Project Duration: 15 months
Project Location: Atlanta, GA
1. Experience with Genetec Security Center
2. Ability to facilitate workshops for customizing Security Center based
on customer’s needs
3. Understanding of video surveillance storage impact for camera surveillance
4. Understanding of video protocols, video codecs and compression, and video
The focus of this position will be VMS and installation, Camera Surveillance, and Access Control
Is this a sign of trend to more DIY installs and physical security installs being viewed more like IT-style installs?
Would this really be cheaper than just hiring a local Genetec integrator to do the same work?