Fire Alarm Technicians are in high demand. Leverage your knowledge of commercial fire alarm installations to earn more money. Provide a lifesaving service and get paid to do it!
Our client is one of the largest privately held companies in the life safety industry with over 30 years in business, 5 Texas office, and 300+ employees to their credit. Due to their stellar reputation and key industry partnerships, they re positioned with an incredible project backlog and are working with several high-profile clients. They re also experiencing tremendous growth and rapidly expanding their team in their quest to be TOP Life Safety solutions provider in the state. They provide turn-key solutions (sales, consulting, design, installation, service, inspection) in several vertical markets including commercial, K-12, Hospitality, and Medical. They also offer excellent benefits!
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 level I Fire Alarm Technician, you will work with a team of installers to pull cable in J hooks, bridle rings, conduit, and other types of support structures. You will perform device terminations on a wide range of devices such as duct detectors, strobes, pull stations, smoke detectors, etc. and can select outlet/junction boxes, cable, and conduit. You will have an understanding of Ohm Meter operation and capable of troubleshooting and testing. You will have basic knowledge of the various fire alarm systems, electrical requirements, alarm initiating devices, control functions, and alarm indicating appliances. You will understand the NFPA standards as it relates to fire alarm installation. You will have knowledge of 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.
For immediate consideration call or text us at 469-930-7515, drop by Monday through Friday between 8-5 PM at 8200 Springwood Dr. #245 Irving, or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org