- Visiting customers and ensuring their systems are working properly.
- Positioning fire alarm equipment using hand tools, power tools, and heavy equipment.
- Installing, commissioning and maintaining residential and domestic fire sprinkler systems.
- Demonstrating systems to customers and explaining details, such as the causes and consequences of false alarms to them.
- Showing customers how to set fire alarms and how to turn them off.
- Feeding cables through access holes, roof spaces, or cavity walls to reach fixture fire alarms circuits.
- Using tools to locate problems and faults such as loose connections.
- Writing up reports and quotations for clients.
- Testing all basic alarm panel functions to make sure that every offered feature is functional.
- Repairing non-functioning fire alarms and restoring them to original functionality or replacing them if necessary.
- Recording all work performed, materials used and any problems encountered.
- Putting away all tools that have been used.
- Participating in meetings, workshops, training, and seminars, as required.
- Transporting a variety of tools, equipment and supplies for the purpose of ensuring the availability of materials required at a job site.
- Extensive knowledge of fire alarm systems.
- Experience of working on domestic, industrial and commercial sites.
- Carrying out reactive repairs and maintenance to fire alarms.
- Knowledgeable about all fire safety codes and regulations.
- Responding to emergency work orders quickly and efficiently.
- Viewing electrical layouts contained on a builder’s blueprints to determine the appropriate fire alarm system needed for a building.
- Providing clients with accurate cost estimates for system installation.
- Keen to learn about new systems and further develop myself through training.
- Enjoy helping others and problem solving.
- Willing to travel and used to early morning starts.
- Punctual and reliable, always being on time.
- Presentable and professional in front of customers.