Great Southwestern Fire & Safety

Great Southwestern Fire & Safety-Opportunity, growth & stability


Are you looking for a company where your potential and drive can make a difference every day? No matter where you start, it’s the opportunity to learn, grow, and have fun while doing it. Ongoing training, career advancement, and friendly people are just a few of the reasons we love working here. We’re always looking for smart, motivated people to join us.


Great Southwestern Fire & Safety’s primary purpose is to serve the fire protection and safety needs of our customers in a trustworthy manner. Our primary product is our service and our most important resource is our personnel.


GSF offers competitive pay, benefits, vacations, pretax supplemental insurance, 401k, and profit sharing to name a few of the benefits.

Why choose Great Southwestern Fire & Safety?


40+ year of growth and stability in the market place, achieveing success, learning and development are just a few reasons why Great southwestern Fire & Safety is a great place to start or continue your career in life safety.

Fire Alarm Service Technician


Fire Alarm Service Technician for Fire Alarm service. We install fire alarm, fire suppression, and mass notification systems in commercial, industrial, governmental, healthcare, utilities, military, and education facilities. We are a Notifier NESCO Engineered Systems Distributer and Cooper Notification Channel Partner.


Compensation:


• Hourly- based on experience

• Paid holidays and vacation

• Annual bonus incentives

• Company Vehicle 

• Company cell phone provided

• Insurance, health, dental, vision and supplementary


Duties:


Reporting to the Service Manager, the Alarm Technician is responsible for daily troubleshooting, on-site service and installation duties.  The qualified candidate will have very strong communication skills and possess a customer centric focus.  Candidate will be responsible for installation, upgrading, service and maintenance fire alarm, and computer networking equipment.  This position is full time and includes on-call duties.

  1. Inspections and programming of alarm fire alarm systems
  2. Daily hands-on field interaction with customers at the site level
  3. Working directly in the field, on the most efficient way to solve service issues
  4. Proper request of site service equipment needs through Dispatch
  5. Customer Training as needed
  6. Troubleshooting service issues remotely and on site if needed
  7. Candidate will maintain acceptable and accurate inventory levels by conducting physical inventory counts when advised by management.
  8. Verify and submit all documentation as per the company policies. 


Come be a part of a established and fast-paced company; we harbor a warm, family-like atmosphere within the workplace. This role could ideally lead to an management position over time - your responsibilities in management will also increase over time.


Requirements:


• 5+ years of fire protection experience

• Must have a Texas FAL. or APS.

• FEL-(B or A) a plus

• Safety training OSHA 10 or 30 

• Be personable and sociable

• Clean Driving Record

• Be a self starter

• Must have strong written and verbal skills

• Must be Notifier certified or have been certified.

• Must be proficient in MS Excel, Verifier tools, Networking, Voice Systems, strong computer skills

• Willingness to work long hours and be on call when needed

positions available

Estimator


Estimator and sales of projects typically between $20,000 and $2 million in size. We install fire alarm, fire suppression, and mass notification systems in commercial, industrial, governmental, healthcare, utilities, military, and  education facilities.


Compensation:


• Salary based on experience

• Signing Bonus

• Commissions

• Paid holidays and vacation

• Annual bonus incentives

• Vehicle and mileage expenses

• Company cell phone provided

• Insurance, health, dental, vision and supplementary


Duties:


• Estimating new projects

• Creating and managing leads for new projects

• Job site walk-downs

• Project costing

• Labor review and tracking

• Collaborating with field supervision

• Managing projects


Come be a part of a established and fast-paced company; we harbor a warm, family-like atmosphere within the workplace. This role could ideally lead to an management position over time - your responsibilities in management will also increase over time.


Requirements:


• 10+ years of fire protection estimating experience

• 10+ years of project management experience

• Must have a Texas FAL. or FPSL • Safety training

• Be personable and sociable

• Must have strong math skills

• Must have strong written and verbal skills

• Must be familiar with Notifier, Firelite

• Must be proficient in MS Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Project,

• Willingness to work long hours if needed

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Commitment to diversity and inclusion.


Great Southwestern Fire & Safety is the valued range of differences that make each of us unique within our business family.


We need diversity and inclusion to achieve our targeted business results and fulfill our vision of being the most proficient fire protection company  in our market. Openness to diversity widens our access to the best talent. Inclusion allows us to engage that talent fully. We are committed to diversity and inclusion internally and with our external strategic business partnerships.

(24hr) 214-653-1100

Office Hours 8am to 5pm M-F

Resumes may be submitted to careers@greatswfire.com


If you require any special accommodation in completing an application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, in the employment selection process, please contact (214)-653-1100