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Bailey Fire Protection is on the hunt for an experienced Fire Sprinkler Inspector.
Fire Sprinkler Inspector
– Minimum of High School Diploma/GED; 2-4 year degree in a technical field from accredited college or university.
– NICET Level I or II Certification for the Inspection and Testing of Water-Based Systems
– Minimum of 2-3 years of experience inspecting, testing and/or repairing fire sprinkler systems
– Must have the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
– Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work with diverse groups
– Perform work in unusual and sometimes difficult positions such as climbing ladders, scaffolding and high lift equipment up to 40 feet, working in ducts, crawl spaces, above ceilings, etc.
– Proficient in the use of personal computers including such programs as MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat and database (software) programs
– Familiarity with applicable codes (i.e. NFPA 25)
– Valid driver s license with clear driving record
– Ability to work a full time schedule
– Must be able to lift 50 pounds frequently and up to 100 pounds occasionally
– Experience inspecting fire alarms a plus
– Effective oral and written skills, good time management customer service skills and professional behavior are all required.
– Backflow Assembly Tester & Repair certifications
– Experience testing and inspecting fire alarm systems
– Direct report to Service Supervisor and work hand-in-hand with Service Coordinator
– Perform routine inspection, service and maintenance of fire sprinkler/standpipe systems and related equipment
– Responsible for reading and understanding assigned project documentation and work orders including scope of work for inspections, and determine if additional information is needed
– Perform flow tests, fire pump tests, hydrostatic tests, main drain tests, trip test dry valve and test hydrants
– Correctly identify and inspect standpipe including; identify class of standpipe and hose cabinet, properly test hose valves, test pressure relief, inspect and re-rack hose.
– Conduct fire pump tests including; properly identify pump types, calculate actual flow GPM/hoses, use pitot, multimeter, tachometer, have knowledge of pump controller and the ability to graph pump curve
– Perform wet system inspections including; perform the main drain test, identify types of FDC connection and inspectors test valves, identify and test flow switches, tampers, water motor alarms, antifreeze loops, and perform a proper walkthrough inspection
– Properly identify and test fire hydrants
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