Unlock Lucrative Opportunities as a Licensed Fire Alarm Technician!
Here's your chance to continue your career journey with one of the industry's top companies. Our client is a full-service Life Safety company specializing in turnkey large-scale commercial construction projects. With a well-structured approach, they offer a comprehensive range of services, including engineering, design, installation, service, inspections, monitoring, and maintenance. Their legacy spans decades of technological advancements, periods of war, shifts in political and economic landscapes, and more. Our client is committed to taking care of their employees' technical training and growth, health, financial well-being, and providing an exceptional workplace environment.
Your Role with the Company:
As a Licensed Fire Alarm Technician, you will play a pivotal role in our success. Your responsibilities will include:
- Collaborating with a team of installers to efficiently pull cable in J hooks, bridle rings, conduit, and other support structures.
- Expertly performing device terminations on a variety of equipment, such as duct detectors, strobes, pull stations, smoke detectors, and more. You will also have the ability to select outlet/junction boxes, cable, and conduit.
- Demonstrating a solid understanding of Ohm Meter operation and conducting high-level troubleshooting, testing, and system certification.
- Proficiently reading blueprints and schematics, establishing cable paths, leading small teams of installers, calculating proper wire sizes, troubleshooting ground faults, and providing daily progress reports with updates, materials lists, and test results.
- Holding a state of Texas Fire Alarm License and actively participating in panel terminations.
- Possessing a working knowledge of manual fire alarm boxes, automatic fire detectors, audible and visible signaling appliances, annunciators, and other fundamental components of a fire alarm system. Exposure to panel terminations.
- Conducting circuit testing procedures, adhering to fire alarm codes and standards, and ensuring the system's proper operation, all while upholding the basic principles of NFPA 72.
- Possession of a state of Texas Fire Alarm License (FAL) or active pursuit of the license with the intent to acquire it soon.