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Fire Alarm Technician Jobs in Washington

Fire Alarm Technician Jobs in Washington present an unparalleled opportunity for those seeking to make a significant impact in the field of safety and prevention. By joining our team, you're stepping into a role that not only emphasizes the importance of protecting communities but also values your professional growth through industry-leading training and technology. Our work environment champions diversity, learning, and advancement, ensuring every day is a chance to contribute to meaningful projects while enjoying the natural beauty Washington has to offer. Whether installing advanced systems or troubleshooting complex issues, our Fire Alarm Technicians are at the heart of our mission, embodying leadership, innovation, and a commitment to excellence.

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

Pursuing a career as a Fire Alarm Tech in Washington not only offers the chance to play a crucial role in safety and prevention but also aligns with a lifestyle that celebrates the great outdoors. After ensuring communities are safeguarded, we relish the opportunity to unwind amidst Washington's breathtaking scenery, from kayaking in Puget Sound to exploring its verdant trails.

Why Work for IES communications in Washington?

At IES Communications in Washington, joining our team means you're becoming part of a leading force in the telecommunications industry, especially for those skilled as Fire Alarm Technicians. Our commitment to investing in our employees through cutting-edge technology and industry-leading training ensures your professional growth and development are always at the forefront. We pride ourselves on fostering a collaborative work environment that values diversity, encourages learning, and supports both personal and professional advancement, making IES an ideal place to build a fulfilling career while contributing to innovative projects that make a real difference.

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' Washington Branches?

At IES in Washington, our Fire Alarm Technicians and Level II Fire Alarm Technicians are integral to our team's success. They're not just employees; they embody the spirit of leadership, innovation, and dedication that we value. Our technicians are tasked with installing fire alarm systems according to engineered drawings, providing exceptional leadership on projects, and ensuring seamless communication with customer representatives. Their expertise allows them to program complex systems, including system integration through Fireworks, while adhering to strict quality and safety standards. On the other hand, our Level II Technicians focus on maintaining the high-quality service our clients expect, managing their time effectively to perform service calls, troubleshoot issues, and provide unparalleled workmanship and customer support. Together, these roles highlight our commitment to excellence and the pivotal part each member plays in upholding IES’s reputation across Washington.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

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

The average salary for a Fire Alarm Technician in Washington is approximately $62,000 per year.

How do I become a Fire Alarm Tech in Washington?

To become a Fire Alarm Technician in Washington, you'll need to complete an electrical or fire alarm apprenticeship and pass the state's certification exam. Gaining hands-on experience through on-the-job training is also essential for developing the necessary skills in this field.

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

Becoming a Fire Alarm Technician in Washington state typically requires about 2 to 5 years. This includes completing an apprenticeship or technical education program and gaining the necessary experience. Additionally, passing relevant certification exams is essential for proficiency and compliance with state regulations.

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

Absolutely, being a Fire Alarm Technician in Washington is a good job. It offers a blend of stable employment, competitive salaries, and the satisfaction of ensuring public safety. With stringent safety regulations and ongoing construction, demand for skilled technicians remains high. This role not only provides a sense of accomplishment but also opportunities for professional growth and development within the industry.

How much does a Fire Alarm Tech in WA make?

A Fire Alarm Technician in WA typically makes between $20 - $40 per hour, and $40,000 - $80,000 per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Fire Alarm Technicians in Washington?

Yes, there's a significant demand for Fire Alarm Technicians in Washington. This need is driven by ongoing construction projects, updates to safety regulations, and the essential nature of maintaining current fire alarm systems to ensure public and property safety. As technology evolves, so does the necessity for skilled technicians who can install, maintain, and repair these critical systems.

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