Fire Sprinkler Technician
George Washington University - Street, MD

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To investigate, inspect, evaluate, repair and maintain all fire sprinkler and fire pump systems to ensure compliance with University, state, federal, and local safety policies and regulations.

Minimum Qualifications:
NICET Certified Level 3 (National Institute for Certification of Engineering Technologies) plus 4 years of practical experience with fire sprinkler and suppression systems.

A valid driver’s operator’s license.

Desired Qualifications:
Knowledge of safe work practices based on industry standard injury and illness prevention practices is preferred.

Ability to prepare written correspondence to federal, state, and local agencies is preferred.

Ability to understand and interpret complex fire/life safety regulations is preferred.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Job Duties

Investigates and identifies fire sprinkler system problems and to develop plans to affect such repairs.

Evaluates facilities/equipment to identify unsafe conditions and develops preventative and/or improvement maintenance schedules for all fire sprinkler systems and their components.

Inspects fire sprinkler systems to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.

Maintains knowledge of federal, state, and local safety regulations, protocols, codes, and procedures pertaining to fire/life safety.

Enhances professional knowledge and skills by attending job-related seminars, workshops, conferences, and/or reviewing published literature.

Develops a close working relationship with the Office of Risk Management and other University offices.

Manages/performs special project assignments as requested.

Performs other work-related duties as requested.

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