Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
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Reports to and receives assignments, instructions, and direction from the Facilities supervisor or manager. Repairs and opens locks, makes keys, and changes lock combinations, using hand tools and special equipment. Disassembles locks, such as padlocks, safe locks, and door locks, and repairs or replaces worn tumblers, springs, and other parts. Moves lock pick in cylinder to open door locks without keys, maintain and repairs panic bars. May keep records of company locks and keys. Locksmith must have training in all aspects of repairs, from backdoor deadbolts, installation of locks or modify of locks or locking devices. Typically requires 2-5 years of related experience.
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
High School Diploma or equivalent
GSA Certified Safe, Vault Technician certification
WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Must have or be able to obtain a Secret Clearance.
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