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Fire Alarm Technician/Journeyman

Job Description

About the Role

As an alarm technician/journeyman, your daily responsibilities include inspecting, installing and/or replacing, and conducting preventive maintenance pertaining a variety of fire alarm and other low voltage equipment so that install will meet and surpass all relevant codes in both commercial and residential buildings. We pride ourselves in providing top-level service to our clients, so our ideal candidate is committed to perfecting their work to the smallest detail. This position requires the ability to manage job sites to ensure safety standards are met and are completed in allotted times.

Duties include and are not limited to:

  • Execute fire alarm design plans

  • Manage materials delivered to job site

  • Use hand and power tools

  • Cut and hang conduit

  • Assures the correct assembly, installation, and adjustment of all installs, maintenance and service

  • Maintain accurate and precise documentation daily utilizing company software and equipment

  • Oversee work of apprentices, mentor and coach as necessary

  • Maintain knowledge of current industry standards and new technologies

  • Maintain compliance with all company and state/federal safety standards, regulations, and procedures

  • Perform work in an efficient and organized manner

  • Communicate in a professional manner and provide excellent customer service

  • Display professional appearance and act as company representative

Job Requirements

  • Idaho Qualified Limited Energy Licensed

  • 4-5 years experience working with fire alarm field installation

  • Have a valid drivers license

  • At least 18 years old and able to work in US

  • Can pass drug test

  • Able to read tape measure

  • Can lift 100 lbs. minimally, repeatedly

  • Extensive programming knowledge of various types of fire alarm and security systems

  • Knowledge of NFPA codes and standards (Especially NFPA 72, IFC and IBC)

  • Read and understand fire alarm drawings and blueprints.

  • Analyze and troubleshoot fire alarm and security systems including ground-faults, shorts, wire integrity, wire termination, batteries, and much more

  • Can climb ladders and scaffolds

  • Able to stand for at least 8 hours

  • Minimal computer/tablet skill needed

Compensation & Benefits

  • Top wages paid - dependent on work experience. 

  • Health insurance

  • Vision

  • Paid vacation

  • Paid holidays

  • Matching retirement

  • Work based bonuses

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