Growing Demand for Security & Alarm Systems Technology Leads to New Recruitment & Work Opportunities

4.4.2016, Written by fieldnation

Demand for security and alarm systems creates new work opportunities in the field services industryThe growing demand for wireless home protection systems has led to an unprecedented surge in the security and alarms technology industry. According to a 2015 report by IBISWorld, a global business intelligence and research organization, the security and alarm services industry is expected to grow at an annualized rate of 2.7% over the next four years to $25 billion. Rising employment, per capita incomes, and activity in residential and commercial construction sectors have helped establish affordable security services for households, and the influence of small businesses and new technology will continue to drive expansion by 2020.

The continued growth of the security and alarm technology industry and ongoing construction of new homes has resulted in an immediate need for companies managing these large-scale, multi-site projects to quickly locate, vet, and onboard skilled professionals to help scale operations. Proshield, an award-winning technology and cloud services provider, is currently seeking professionals to help deliver security and smart home solutions to thousands of residential clients.

This is a great opportunity to get in on the ground floor of the wireless home protection industry, so if you or anyone you know has experience in security and alarm systems technology or are interested in breaking out into the industry, go here to start the recruitment. Proshield is looking for technicians who are eager to learn and are available for constant, steady work in their area. Technicians who complete the survey will be automatically added to the Proshield Preferred Provider list and will have first pick of jobs in their area. Technicians can also use this experience with security and alarm systems technology to garner additional interest and job prospects by updating their Field Nation profile to reflect new skills.

Contractors can also access the recruitment via the Field Nation University Security and Alarm course and can work their way towards achieving a Field Nation University badge.