2155 Chenault Carrollton, TX 75006 US
Free training and top pay are just the beginning of the benefits and rewards associated with starting an exciting career as a Fire Alarm technician through TradeSTAR. Be an integral part of installing lifesaving technology in new and existing buildings across Texas. Instead of watching Texas grow around you, why not grow with 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?
Your Role with the Company
The Fire Alarm Entry Level Helper is responsible for learning the ins and outs of basic commercial Fire Alarm systems and then applying that knowledge in a real-world environment to assist in the installation of alarm cabling and hardware that comprise commercial grade Fire Alarm system. Entry Level Helpers will gain valuable, real world experience as they assist experienced Fire Alarm Technicians in the installation of alarm cabling, support structure, and hardware such as smoke detectors, pull stations, horns, strobes, annunciators, etc., in environments such as Multi-Story Office Buildings, College Campuses, Hospitals, Amusement Parks, Manufacturing Facilities, Entertainment Venues, Stadiums, and virtually every non-residential structure known to man. As an Entry Level Helper, you will learn valuable skills such as how to read blueprints and schematics, how to operate industry specific test equipment, building codes, industry best practices, industry specific trade secrets, how to test alarm systems, how to properly terminate modern fire alarm devices, and much, much more. The more you learn the more you earn!
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 email@example.com