Fire Alarm Technician
Fire Alarm Technician
The amount of money you can make as a Fire Alarm Technician is Alarming… Continue a lucrative and rewarding career as a fire alarm technician with one of the top companies in the industry.
Full-service Life Safety company specializing in turnkey large scale commercial construction projects. The company is well structured to offer a variety of services including engineering, design, installation, service, inspections, monitoring and maintenance. Our client has been operational since before the internet was invented and has been able to adapt to changes in technology, times of war, political and economic landscapes, etc. They are resilient and stand on the foundation of taking care of their employees technical training and growth, health, financial status, full benefits and creating a great workplace environment.
What is in it for you?
- 401K with Match
- Medical Insurance Options
- Paid Holidays
- Access to Top Contractors
- Competitive Pay
- Lucrative Career Opportunities
- Leadership Opportunities
- Access to Free Industry Certifications
- Advanced Industry Certification Guidance
- State Licensing Guidance
- Bonus Program
Your Role with the Company
As a Fire Alarm Technician, you will work as part of a team to pull cable in J hooks, bridle rings, conduit, and other types of support structures. You are familiar with basic device terminations (such as strobes, pull stations, and smoke detectors) and can select outlet/junction boxes, cable, and conduit. You will be familiar with Ohm Meter operation and capable of assisting with basic testing and troubleshooting. You will have a basic understanding of the various types of fire alarm systems, electrical requirements, alarm initiating devices, control functions, and alarm indicating appliances. You also have a basic understanding of the NFPA standards as it relates to fire alarm installation including terminology such as “shall” and “should” and the role of the “authority that has jurisdiction”. You will understand the wiring requirements and protection of wiring for fire alarm systems.
- 1+ years’ experience installing fire alarm cabling, support structure, and equipment in a commercial environment.
- Familiar with NFPA standards as it relates to Fire Alarm Systems
- Basic understanding of Ohm Meter operation.
- Safety Conscious
- Able to work days, nights, and weekends as needed.
- Has reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license.
- Can pass a drug screen and criminal background check.
You can also call or text us at 281-781-7120 or drop by the office at 4001 Nations Drive Pasadena, Texas 77505. We are in the office Monday through Friday 8 - 5