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We have an exciting opportunity with our Alarm System Auditor Team. The candidate can be located in any of the following areas: San Francisco or Bay Area.
If you have...
* Experience in inspecting fire and burglar alarm system installations
* At least 8 years of fire/burglar alarm industry experience
* IT Networking experience
* Some college education in applied sciences
* NICET II certification is a plus
We would like to hear from you!
Conducts Listing and annual field inspections for all burglar and fire alarm system installations by examining and evaluating equipment, and preparing inspection reports. Reviews inspection results and corrective action measures for compliance with UL Listing requirements. Conducts revisits when initial annual inspection reveals need for facility modifications and/or corrective actions. Establishes new Listings for burglar and fire alarm systems. Conducts Listing and annual inspections of central station monitoring facilities. Maintains and applies working knowledge of latest alarm equipment technology.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis without sponsorship both now and in the future.
Applicants must be able to relocate without financial assistance.