||This position is based in Kodiak, if hired you will need to relocate to Kodiak for this position.
Job Summary: This individual will install, inspects, test, certify, maintain, and repair Fire Alarm & Fire Suppression systems of all types.
Primary Duties: Install, inspects, test, certify, maintain, and repair Fire Alarm & Fire Suppression systems of all types; perform all fire suppression service work orders; perform all scheduled maintenance in accordance with NFPA; maintain location specific logbooks in addition to company CMMS; will update appropriate customer representatives in cases of impaired, deficient or critically deficient systems or sub systems; perform regular checks on systems according to NFPA standards. Performs all code-required maintenance; assist all requests for support by the CG Fire Department or CGPD; fill out and maintain testing records for each system; conduct various mechanical service work and preventative maintenance as needed for trades such as HVAC, Refrigeration and Pipefitting trades’ all other job duties as assigned by Management.
Education, Experience, Skills: High school education or G.E.D equivalent preferred; must be able to communicate clearly (oral and written) in the English language with both internal and external clients and co-workers; valid Driver’s License; possess NICET III License in Water Based fire protection; 5 years’ experience in total or combination of either refrigeration, low pressure boilers, steam fitter or pipefitter; ability to adhere to, implement, and always follow safety guidelines and procedures; strong organizational skills, positive attitude, and an ability to learn quickly; backflow Prevention certification; 2 – 5 years’ experience with fire alarm / clean agent systems; conduit & wire installation experience is a plus.
Preferred: Freon license; Air handling and refrigeration experience.
A complete job description is in the Anchorage dispatch office. Applicants must be registered with the Union, have a current dues receipt and a current resume on file in the Anchorage dispatch office that reflects all of the qualifications required by the employer, to be referred by the Union.