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Fire Alarm Technician Jobs in Colorado

At IES Communications in Colorado, we're excited to extend an invitation for you to join our team as a Fire Alarm Technician. This role is more than just a job; it's a chance to be at the forefront of ensuring safety and security within our communities through specialized services like Fire Alarm Tech installations. Our commitment to innovation and learning means that as part of our team, you'll have endless opportunities to grow both personally and professionally, all while contributing to a company that's shaping the future of telecommunications. Fire Alarm Technician Jobs in Colorado with IES offer not only stability and advancement but also the unique satisfaction that comes from knowing your work makes a real difference. By becoming part of our community, you're choosing a career path filled with challenges, learning experiences, and the joy of being part of a team dedicated to excellence.

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

Landing a job as a Fire Alarm Technician in Colorado offers not just a career but a chance to play a crucial role in ensuring community safety. The state's growth and focus on building regulations mean that the demand for skilled Fire Alarm Techs is consistently high, providing job security and opportunities for advancement. Moreover, working in the diverse landscapes of Colorado, from bustling cities to serene mountain towns, ensures that every day brings new challenges and learning experiences. It's a career path where technical skills meet the satisfaction of making a real difference in people's lives.

Why Work for IES communications in Colorado?

Working for IES Communications in Colorado offers a unique opportunity to be part of an industry-leading team that prides itself on delivering next-generation ITS solutions, including specialized services like Fire Alarm Tech installations. Our commitment to personal and professional growth ensures that every employee has the support and resources to thrive, fostering a culture of learning and innovation. By joining our team, you'll contribute to a visionary company dedicated to shaping the future of telecommunications, while building a rewarding career that mirrors your dedication and passion.

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' Colorado Branches?

At our Colorado branches, we're proud to have a dedicated team of Fire Alarm Technicians and Fire Alarm Technician Level IIs who play integral roles in ensuring the safety and efficiency of fire alarm systems. Our technicians are skilled at installing systems according to engineered drawings, leading small projects, and providing expert knowledge for system testing, troubleshooting, and programming—including complex integrations like Fireworks. They excel in maintaining communication with customers, adhering to quality and safety standards, and managing documentation and project close-outs with precision. Meanwhile, our Level II Technicians focus on delivering exceptional service by efficiently managing time for service calls, presenting a positive demeanor, and performing high-quality troubleshooting and repairs. Both levels contribute significantly to our mission by using their expertise to guide installations, provide legendary customer support, and maintain the highest standards of workmanship, ensuring that every project reflects our commitment to excellence and safety in Colorado.


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

The average salary for a Fire Alarm Technician in Colorado 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 Colorado?

To become a Fire Alarm Technician in Colorado, start by obtaining a high school diploma or GED, which is essential for most entry-level positions. Next, consider enrolling in technical training programs that cover electrical systems and fire alarm technology, as these will equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge. Hands-on experience through an apprenticeship or work under a licensed technician can also be invaluable, helping you to gain practical expertise in the field. Finally, ensure you meet any state-specific licensing requirements in Colorado, which may include passing examinations and background checks, to officially begin your career as a Fire Alarm Technician.

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

Becoming a Fire Alarm Technician in Colorado typically takes between six months to two years. This timeline varies based on the chosen educational path, hands-on training through apprenticeships, and obtaining necessary certifications.

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

Yes, being a Fire Alarm Technician in Colorado is considered a good job. It offers competitive pay, opportunities for advancement, and the chance to work on diverse projects across various locations. The state's strict safety standards and regulations also ensure that technicians are well-trained and skilled, making it a rewarding career path for those interested in the field.

How much does a Fire Alarm Tech in CO make?

A Fire Alarm Technician in CO typically makes between $18 - $35 per hour, and $40,000 - $70,000 per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Fire Alarm Technicians in Colorado?

Yes, there's a high demand for Fire Alarm Technicians in Colorado due to the state's growing population and ongoing construction projects. Businesses and residential areas alike are increasingly focusing on safety measures, including advanced fire alarm systems, driving the need for skilled technicians.

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