Poland BOSS: Fire Alarm System Technician (NICET III Certified) - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)


  full-time   employee

United States


Poland BOSS: Fire Alarm System Technician (NICET III Certified)


  • Installs, repairs, and inspects smoke and fire suppression systems; inspects, tests and repairs fire alarm wiring, fire alarm panels and peripheral equipment.
  • Identifies hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair.
  • Inspects, repairs or replace smoke/heat detectors and sprinkler head; repair and test wet/dry systems; tests fire alarm system devices using appropriate diagnostic programs and test equipment.
  • Performs tests on fire pumps and standpipe systems.
  • Ensures that work is in accordance with relevant codes.

BASIC JOB QUALIFICATIONS: (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)

  • High level of knowledge & application of the National Fire Alarm Code and Unified Facility Criteria 03-601-02 and/or UFC 03-600-01 as well as other applicable codes and standards.
  • Must be thoroughly capable of reading, interpreting, and applying system design plans, as well as building construction drawings and documents.
  • Knowledge of materials, methods, and the tools involved in installation, maintenance, and repair of fire alarm and mass notification systems and equipment.
  • Ability to perform true test smoke detector sensitivity procedure.
  • Ability to perform routine maintenance on equipment and determine when and what kind of maintenance is needed.
  • Must speak, read, and understand the English Language.
  • Must pass overseas medical screening and be in good health.
  • Must possess passport book (not passport card) with at least 12 months of remaining validity AND with at least 6 blank visa/stamp pages remaining.
  • Must possess driver’s license with at least one year of remaining validity.


  • Professional Certifications from National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) is required.

Contract Requirement:

UFC 3-601-02

  • 1- Craftspersons with other recognized journeyman or craftsman-level qualifications for fire protection systems, such as National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) (Level III certification in Fire Alarm Systems, Inspection and Testing of Water-Based Systems, or Special Hazard Suppression Systems), or formalized labor organization-based journeyman training, or similar programs.
  • NICET Certified Level I, II, III and IV – Fire Alarm Systems (NICET Certified Level III is required)
  • NICET Certified Level I or II – Inspection and Testing of Fire Alarm Systems


  • Must have at least High School diploma, Vocational or Technical course graduate is required.


  • Minimum five (5) years of experience in the Fire Protection/Life Safety Industry including:
  • Extensive knowledge of various types of Fire Alarm Systems (conventional, addressable, VHF radio transmitters and receivers, etc.)
  • Experience with the following systems is a plus:
  • Siemens/Pyrotronics System 3 Systems
  • Notifier NFS2-640 Systems
  • EST 3 systems
  • Simplex addressable systems
  • King Fisher Company KFRTI-20/52 systems
  • King Fisher KFRI Interface Panels
  • King Fisher Company MCR2 Receiver systems
  • Fire Sprinkler test maintain and repair wet and dry
  • Cardox or Kidde High Pressure CO2 Systems
  • Ansul R-102 Systems
  • Viking J-1 Wet Pipes Systems
  • Automatic Sprinkler Company of America Alarm Valves

Must currently hold NACI

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