Fire Sprinkler System Inspector
- Candidate will inspect, test, and maintain fire sprinkler systems in accordance with NFPA 25 and local standards.
- Firm grasp of technology used to include Google Suite to complete inspection forms, document deficiencies, and provide recommendations.
- Represent the company in a professional manor at all times putting customer service first.
- High School Diploma or GED
- NICET Level II Certification in the Inspection & Testing of Water-Based Systems (Required)
- Seattle Sprinkler Certification – Fire Sprinkler/Fire Pump/Fire Extinguisher (Preferred)
- Backflow Certification (Preferred)
- Able to work in unusual and sometimes difficult positions such as climbing ladders, scaffolding and high-lift equipment, utility vaults (confined spaces), above ceilings, etc.
- Ability to work flexible schedule
- Ability to adhere to, implement, and follow safety guidelines and procedures at all times
- Willing to pass a pre-employment drug test, background check, and reference check
- Driver's license with a clean driving record
- Possesses a positive attitude and actively works to solve problems
- Takes initiative and can operate with minimal guidance
- Exercises good judgement and is ALWAYS honest
- Operates methodically and is well organized
- Trains teammates and openly shares knowledge and experience
- Communicates professionally with peers, customers, and managers
- Focused on customer service - goes the extra mile to get the job done correctly
- Maintains a professional appearance and demeanor
This position has competitive compensation ranging from $25 and $40 per hour depending on experience, credentials, overtime hours worked and bonuses. We provide an industry leading comprehensive benefit package that includes healthcare, dental, life insurance, 401k Plan with generous employer match, paid time off, holidays, and more.