Stanley Black and Decker Fire Inspector/Tester Tech in Boston, Massachusetts
Fire Inspector/Tester Tech
US - SSS - CSS
No. of Positions:
$5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!!
At STANLEY Security we are For Those Who Make the World™ Progress. Whether you’ve got 10 years in this industry or 2, we’re hiring Fire Inspector Technicians of all skill levels and tenures within our Electronic Security business. It takes a diversified team to win, and we want YOU to get on our bench.
Why is this role so important to our business?
As a Fire Inspector Technician, you’ll work cross-functionally with Sales, Engineering and Core Operations, and with external product manufacturers and sub-contracting companies. In this role, you’ll spend most of your time in the field at customers sites, supporting our customers and creating an excellent Customer Experience. You’ll be the subject matter expert providing technical expertise in inspecting and testing fire alarm and sprinkler systems in accordance with local, county, state, and federal mandated standards.
Here are the minimum qualifications you will need :
High school diploma or GED
1+ years of experience installing, testing and/or servicing Fire Alarm Systems with basic understanding of electronics, wiring, local and national codes
Class D MASS Electrical License
Valid state driver’s license without restrictions
It would be awesome if you had these qualifications, but they aren’t required:
Vocational/technical degree in electrical, security, or computer systems
Fire-Lite, System Sensor, Honeywell (Radionics, Ademco/Vista) and basic sprinkler system knowledge
Experience with Bosch, DMP, Silent Knight
Demonstrated Technical aptitude and basic understanding of electronics, wiring, local and national codes
Other State Electrical Licenses such as Rhode Island, etc.
NICET I or II certification
Here’s how you can make an impact as a Fire Inspector Technician at STANLEY Security:
Follows an established schedule to inspect automatic fire alarm and sprinkler systems, and control panels and wiring for trouble indications
Tests and inspects the condition/operability of devices (sensors), standby battery, power sources, and alarm transmitting controls
Simulates alarm conditions at initiating points by using test switches and valves, or by carefully applying heat, test smoke or manufacturer’s specified methods or devices.Ensures alarm signals are properly transmitted by the controls and received by the Monitoring Customer Service Center
May make minor repairs of systems by replacing inoperative circuit boards, damaged components, low batteries, etc.
Maintains tests and inspection records for the customer locations, proper documentation of inspections issues/actions/resolution both internally and externally
Assists representatives from the branch, fire insurance, fire rating or alarm certification community in the testing of customer systems
What can we give you in return?
We know our people want more than a job. We help them thrive personally and professionally. Here’s an overview of what we offer our employees.
Small company FEEL , big enterprise STABILITY
Career development and ADVANCEMENT opportunities
Comprehensive BENEFITS : medical, dental, vision, 401(k) with match, Flexible Spending Account & Healthcare Saving Account, paid maternity and paternity leave, and tuition assistance
INVESTING through the employee stock purchase program (ESPP)
Employee discounts on hundreds of tools – check out our brands like BLACK + DECKER, DeWALT, & CRAFTSMAN to name a few! (https://www.stanleyblackanddecker.com/our-businesses/our-brands)
FLSA (For US Only):
All qualified applicants to Stanley Black & Decker are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran’s status or any other protected characteristic.
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