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Fire Systems Technician in Atlanta, GA at NextGen

Date Posted: 2/13/2018

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Job Description

*** Must have a valid driver's license / clean MVR



Chosen candidate will need to go through a badging process which could take up to 3 weeks. Start date will be determined when badge is issued.



Responsibilities:
A fire systems technician at the Atlanta Airlines Terminal (AAT) Project's fire suppression team provides critical testing, inspection, servicing, preventive maintenance and repair services to our client - the Atlanta Airlines Terminal Corporation (AATC). These services are provided through work order assignments, special project assignments and client requirements consistent with NFPA, OSHA, state of Georgia and city of Atlanta Fire Marshal requirements. This position reports to AAT Project Fire Suppression Superintendent.



Essential Job Functions


1. Possesses working knowledge and understanding of fire alarm and suppression systems in commercial, institutional or manufacturing setting



2. Completes testing, inspection, servicing, preventative maintenance and repair of all equipment associated with the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport's (HJAIA) fire suppression systems (wet, dry, pre-action and deluge)



3. Works under direct supervision of the fire suppression superintendent and completes work consistent with NFPA, state of Georgia, city of Atlanta Fire Marshal and client requirements



4. Conducts performance tests on HJAIA facility wet, dry, pre-action and deluge systems and records information on work performed in the INFOR Enterprise Asset Management System



5. Uses, cares for and is responsible for tools and equipment used to complete the testing, inspections, servicing, preventative maintenance and repairs to fire suppression systems at the HJAIA



6. Supports the work of outside contractors on behalf of AATC to complete special projects as required by AATC to maintain the operations of the fire suppression systems at HJAIA



7. Follows safe work practices and safety policies consistent with complay Health, Safety and Environmental programs and plans required to maintain the fire suppression systems at HJAIA



8. Manages self to comply with Business Conduct and Ethics Principles



Qualifications:
1. Six months to one year experience working in the testing, inspection, servicing, preventative maintenance and repair of fire alarm and fire suppression systems (wet, dry, pre-action and deluge)


2. High School degree or GED


3. Valid Georgia Driver's License with no major infractions



Preferred Qualifications


1. One to three years' experience working in the testing, inspection servicing, preventative maintenance and repair of fire alarm and fire suppression systems (wet, dry, pre-action and deluge)


2. Associates or Bachelor's degree