Pursue a lucrative career in the Life Safety industry! Receive free education, certifications and state licensing while also getting paid to learn on the job as an Entry Level Fire Alarm Installer!


Company Information:


Founded in the 1960s this Life Safety and Security Integrator is a major force in the Central Texas market with regard to complex, large scale commercial life safety, security, access control, and surveillance solutions. This company services all of Texas with a focus on the Austin and San Antonio markets and employs approximately 200 people Across central Texas. Recognized by US Builders Review for the high quality of their workmanship this company takes great pride in providing top notch service and installation of cutting edge Fire, Security, Access Control, and Surveillance Systems. In addition to the high quality of their craftsmanship and the great opportunity for career seekers to learn a trade, this company also gives back to the community by engaging in and donating to charitable causes like the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night and the Mays Cancer Center at UT Health San Antonio.


Your Role with the Company:


Entry level Fire Alarm installers are essential personnel who assist lead technicians and project managers with the installation of large-scale fire alarm systems and share in the satisfaction of project completion and a job well done. As an entry level Fire Alarm Installer, you will be trained to read and interpret blueprints, diagrams, submittals, specifications, schematics, product manuals and more. You will learn to install, service, and test electronic fire alarm systems at various commercial, government, higher education, medical and industrial facilities in the Central Texas area. You will be provided with no cost training and continuing education as well as financial assistance for industry certifications and state licensing that will help further your knowledgebase and credibility within the industry. You will learn to use test equipment such as multi-meters, digital analyzers, frequency meters, and decibel meters to confirm system functionality.


Background Profile:


  • Excellent communication skills both written and oral.
  • Strong work ethic and highly dependable.
  • Team Player who is quick on their feet.
  • Comfortable in a construction site environment
  • Mechanically inclined and experienced with basic hand tools
  • Eager to learn a skill and interested in a career as a tradesman focused on Electronic Life Safety Systems.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends if needed.


This position will require reliable transportation, a valid drivers license, a background check, and a drug screen.

 

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