Position ID: #EB-8630231282
Date Posted: 9/5/2018 4:21:21 PM
Location: Detroit, MI
As a Field Service Technician, you will be responsible for providing service, testing, and installation of fire sprinkler systems, fire pumps, and associated equipment. Additional responsibilities include:
• Complete all activities related to service and installation of fire protection systems.
• Complete fire sprinkler and pump testing documentation.
• Customer service, coordination, and communication.
• Technical project and administrative support.
• Ability to work independently or supervise others as required.
• Preparing work schedules, reviewing plans/prints, and carrying out assigned duties.
• Installing and repairing fire sprinkler systems and related materials according to specifications.
• Performing on-site emergency services and making recommendations regarding system installations.
• Coordinate with multiple divisions for the entire operation to run smoothly and efficiently.
Location: Detroit Metro area, MI
Compensation: $16-$30/hour + incentivized bonus plan- $400 monthly, lead share payout of 10% often $200-$300 monthly (Projected 1st year total compensation $35K-$66K) + vehicle plan/vehicle insurance, cell phone plan, company credit card and more! Once trained and licensed pushed to low 20s and above, $250 for NICET, all the way to 2K for NICET 4.
Shift: This is a day shift role, but will include long hours and some weekend work from time to time.
Benefits: Competitive salary, full medical plan, dental, vision, 401k, educational assistance, paid vacation.
• Solid technical aptitude.
• Experience with both mechanical and electrical systems will be required. With more emphasis on the electrical side.
• Must be able to diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair alarm systems or sprinkler systems at client locations.
• This is a field service role; therefore, you must be personable, a good communicator, and always provide the best customer service.
• Must have good credit and a clean driving record as well.
• NICET certification and field service experience, or relatable industry experience, is preferred but not required.