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Are you ready to take your career to the next level? As a Fire Alarm Technician, your responsibilities will include troubleshooting and efficiently resolving issues. Precision and attention to detail are paramount, as you will be responsible for maintaining accurate documentation of inspections, services, and installations. Join us and be a part of shaping the future of fire safety!
As the industry leader for over 40 years, we take fire suppression and prevention seriously. Our forte lies in service and maintenance and keeping our customers informed about cutting-edge fire safety systems. We are the leaders because we don’t cut corners, we are best in class because we treat our employees with respect and give them opportunities for advancement and great pay, including profit sharing. If you take pride in your work and want to work with a winning team, then we are the place for you.
Pay ranging from $25 – $45/hour, based on experience, plus bonus potential and time and a half pay for evening work. Profit sharing is paid out quarterly.
What can we do for you?
- Profit Sharing: Quarterly profit-sharing program payouts to all employees.
- Commitment to Excellence in Protection: Prioritizing delivering high-quality work above all else.
- Expert Technicians: Highly trained technicians dedicated to their craft.
- Employee Value: Feel valued through competitive pay and excellent benefits.
- Serious About Safety: We take our jobs seriously while maintaining a positive and fun work environment.
- Team Bonding: We believe in the power of teamwork with outings and parties.
- Efficiency and Organization: We encourage everyone to always give their best with supportive management doing the same.
- Focus on Service: We concentrate on the service side of fire and protection: inspection, testing, and maintenance of existing systems.
- Advancement Opportunities: We offer our employees opportunities for career growth.
Benefits for the Fire Alarm Technician:
- 401K with a Company Match
- Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
- Company-Paid Short-Term Disability
- Company-Paid Long-Term Disability
- Company-Paid Life and AD&D Insurance
- Pre-Tax Accounts for Health and Dependent Care
- Vacation and Personal Time
- Paid Holidays
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Competitive Compensation Package
Responsibilities for the Fire Alarm Technician:
- Inspect, service, and install commercial fire alarm systems.
- Test devices including smoke detectors, pull stations, heat detectors, horn/strobes, and other necessary components.
- Verify proper functionality of fire alarm systems, testing signals in the monitoring station, load testing batteries, and adjusting sensitivity of smoke detectors.
- Replace defective components as needed.
- Communicate with customers professionally regarding system status and any identified deficiencies.
- Accurately complete all sections of the Service Trade software.
- Perform additional duties as assigned.
Requirements for the Fire Alarm Technician:
- Possess or acquire NICET Level 2 and Michigan Fire Alarm Specialty Tech License.
- Two or more years of experience with troubleshooting, inspecting, and performing installations of fire alarms.
- Strong knowledge of inspections and NFPA 72 requirements.
- Personal Tools required to have: VOM meter with good leads, Pliers, Screwdrivers, Wire Strippers, and Channel Locks
- Must be available for on-call duties and have the ability to travel, potentially requiring overnight stays.
- Maintain a good driving record.
- Independent work capability.
- Effective teamwork skills for large inspection projects.
- Capacity to climb ladders and stand for extended periods and the ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Driven by our relentless pursuit of excellence, strategic marketing initiatives, and impactful acquisitions, we’re not just keeping up with industry standards; we’re setting the pace. Join us on the forefront of fire safety evolution!
We are firmly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and prohibits employment discrimination for employees and applicants based on his or her age, race, color, pregnancy, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, marital status, citizenship, or because he or she is an individual with a disability, protected veteran or other status protected by federal, state, and local laws.