Fire Technician

Aftermarket and Service / Après-vente et service Ottawa, Ontario


Description

The Chubb Fire & Security Difference... 

Service Excellence 

Technology leadership 

Focus on Quality 

National Coverage 

Single Point of Contact 

A Name You Can Trust 

 

Chubb Fire & Security provides an unparalleled portfolio of security and life safety solutions to Canadian institutions, businesses and residences. We deliver advanced solutions to many of the most demanding security and life safety requirements across the country. Our coast-to-coast coverage is provided through a team of experts sharing a common focus on service excellence. Our proven capabilities yield the ultimate in peace of mind to those that we serve. 


Role Summary:
 

Chubb is currently recruiting for a Fire Technician position based out of our Ottawa branch office.  The main duties of this role may include carrying out verifications, inspections, repairs, and maintenance of fire alarm systems installed at our customers’ sites. In addition, the successful candidate will be responsible for the maintenance of various emergency systems such as emergency lighting and portable fire extinguishers. 


Key Job Responsibilities:
 

  • Communicate with the customer and determine the nature of the problem or trouble with the fire alarm system. 
  • Independently perform quality work and recommend improvements to ensure that customer satisfaction is met.   
  • Test and commission fire alarm systems to ensure that building occupancy can be taken. 
  • Complete various reports and documents related to the work performed. 
  • Complete inspections of fire alarm systems as per Can/ULC S536. 
  • Complete verifications of fire alarm systems as per Can/ULC S537.  
  • Complete emergency lightning inspections as per the local authority having jurisdiction. 
  • On-call rotation and some after hours and weekends required 


Qualifications:
 

  • Experience in the electronics field or a related discipline
  • Experience servicing fire alarm systems preferred
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English 
  • Must have a valid Provincial Driver’s License 
  • C.F.A.A. certification is required or in the process of obtaining it


More about the position:
 

  • General knowledge of and use of hand tools 
  • General computer knowledge and skills,  including Microsoft Office Suite 
  • Excellent problem-solving skills 
  • Highly organized and able to work under pressure 
  • Adaptable to changing environments 
  • Strong interpersonal skills and effective at building relationships - with a demonstrated client service orientation  
  • Self-motivated with a genuinely positive outlook 


Our offerings include:
 

Competitive compensation and benefit package 

RRSP matching 

Employee Discounts 

Learning and Development opportunities 

Reward and Recognition Program 

A culture of performance & accountability 

A supportive and positive team environment 


Background Check Requirements:
 

As a condition of employment, this position may be subject to the successful completion of the following pre-employment conditions: 

  • Criminal Background Check 
  • Reference Check 

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  

We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodations needed to ensure fair and equitable access throughout the recruitment and selection process.