Electrical/Electronics and Mechanical Engineering:
Fire Alarm Systems
Intelli-tech in Northern California is seeking fire alarm project technicians
Start up and program fire and suppression systems
Follow approved plans
Work with electrical and general contractors
Work with AHJs, End Users
Working knowledge of fire alarm, clean agent systems, VESDA
Intelli-tech offers a competitive compensation package that includes a bonus program, medical, dental and prescription benefit package, vision plan, company paid life insurance, 401K program with company match, paid holidays and paid time off.
Minimum three years experience installing, programming, commissioning new projects preferred.
NICET Certification preferred.
High school diploma or GED required.
Additional Salary Information: Position comes with full medical, dental and 401k matching program.
Intelli-tech serves all of our customer's fire protection needs, we test / inspect / design / install Fire Alarm Systems, Clean Agent Suppression Systems, Early Warning Smoke Detection and Pre-Action Sprinklers. Intelli-tech is located in Northern California serving clients from San Francisco, Sacramento, Reno and the Bay Area.
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