Electrical/Electronics and Mechanical Engineering:
Fire Alarm Systems
• Over (3) years of industry experience. Familiar with all facets of field work. Ability to understand drawings in their entirety. Very knowledgeable in regards to generally accepted industry standards and relevant codes. Capable of running large scale projects involving multiple crew members. Versed in programming of fire alarm panels and components.
Holds certifications relevant to the industry, including a California Certified Fire/Life Safety Technician certification and/or a National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) II or greater.
Additional Salary Information: Payment will be based on experience and certification.
Internal Number: T-458
About Universal Electronic Alarms inc.
Universal Electronic Alarms inc. has been providing high quality alarms since 1960. Located in the Antelope Valley, we serve Southern and Central California. We specialize in government projects including but not limited to military, educational, state and city owned facilities. 661-948-1515
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