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Fire Alarm Technician Jobs in Arizona

At IES Communications in Arizona, we're proud to highlight the opportunity for Fire Alarm Technician Jobs in Arizona. By joining our team, you'll become part of a community that champions growth and innovation, ensuring your journey as a Fire Alarm Technician is not only about honing your technical skills but also about making a significant impact on the communities we serve.

Why a Job as a Fire Alarm Technician in Arizona is a great idea.

Choosing a career as a Fire Alarm Tech in Arizona combines the benefit of living in a state with an affordable cost of living and a diverse, vibrant community. This role taps into the state's expanding tech sector, promising both job security and the chance to contribute significantly to public safety.

Why Work for IES communications in Arizona?

At IES Communications in Arizona, we're not just offering a job; we're inviting you to be part of a community that values growth, innovation, and leadership. As a Fire Alarm Technician with us, you'll join a dedicated team of professionals committed to delivering top-notch solutions in telecommunications, including life safety systems like the ones you specialize in. We invest in our employees through industry-leading training and cutting-edge technology, ensuring your skills are honed for the future. Our culture fosters collaboration and personal development, making IES an ideal place for those who want to build a meaningful career while contributing to projects that make a difference in our communities.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as a Fire Alarm Technician at one of IES Communications' Arizona Branches?

At our Arizona branches, our Fire Alarm Technicians and Level II Fire Alarm Technicians play crucial roles in ensuring the safety and satisfaction of our clients. They expertly handle everything from installation to system integration, adhering strictly to engineered drawings while providing leadership on projects, big or small. Our technicians are not just installers; they're problem-solvers who perform thorough testing, troubleshooting, and programming, making sure every system operates flawlessly. Beyond their technical skills, they embody our company's commitment to quality and safety, managing their time efficiently, maintaining clear communication with customers, and always presenting a positive demeanor. Their dedication is evident in every task they undertake, whether it's coordinating materials for timely delivery, crafting precise as-built drawings, or offering legendary customer support.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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Glendale

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Fire Alarm Technician in Arizona?

The average salary for a Fire Alarm Technician in Arizona is approximately $54,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, certifications, and specific locations within the state.

How do I become a Fire Alarm Tech in Arizona?

To become a Fire Alarm Technician in Arizona, you'll need to start by gaining the necessary education and training. This typically involves completing a vocational program or an apprenticeship that focuses on electrical systems or fire alarm technology. After acquiring hands-on experience and knowledge, obtaining certification through recognized organizations such as the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) is highly recommended. Additionally, familiarize yourself with Arizona's specific licensing requirements, as you may need to pass a state exam and apply for a license to legally work as a Fire Alarm Technician within the state. Continuous learning and staying updated with the latest safety standards and technologies in the field are crucial for success and advancement in this career path.

How long does it take to become a Fire Alarm Technician in AZ?

Becoming a Fire Alarm Technician in Arizona typically requires 1-2 years. This includes completing a relevant educational program or apprenticeship and obtaining necessary certifications, such as the NICET certification. The exact timeline can vary based on individual experience and the specific requirements of employers.

Is being a Fire Alarm Tech in Arizona a good job?

Absolutely, being a Fire Alarm Technician in Arizona is a great job choice. The demand for skilled technicians is consistently high due to the state's growing infrastructure and stringent safety regulations. This role not only offers competitive salaries but also provides the opportunity for career advancement and continuous learning in an ever-evolving field. Plus, the satisfaction of contributing to public safety makes it a rewarding career path.

How much does a Fire Alarm Tech in AZ make?

A Fire Alarm Technician in AZ typically makes between $18 - $35 per hour, and $35,000 - $65,000 per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Fire Alarm Technicians in Arizona?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Fire Alarm Technicians in Arizona. This need stems from ongoing construction projects, updates to safety codes, and the essential requirement for maintaining existing systems to ensure public safety. As technology advances, the role of technicians becomes even more critical, making it a promising career path in the state.

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