Fire Alarm Technician Reviews

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Based on 378 responses, the job of Fire Alarm Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.75 out of 5. On average, Fire Alarm Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Fire Alarm Technician?

January 2016
"Watch and Learn."
Fire Alarm Technician:
Read all info you can get your hands on. Get your OWN handtools. Learn all you can from an experienced technician.
July 2016
Fire Alarm Technician:
Pros: Work with little to no supervision.
Cons: Corporate thinking the enemy is the employees.
September 2016
Fire Alarm Technician:
Cons: Lack of leadership and training.
June 2017
"Get out now..kidding...kind of."
Fire Alarm Technician in Tyler:
Pros: You will work in different cities/towns pretty much everyday but get to go home pretty much every night. Get to work with your hands. Also there are different licenses you can get in time to earn more.
Cons: If you get licensed you will probably get a "helper" and if they suck, your job will be 10x harder. Its usually pretty hot or cold depending on the weather and long days.
July 2017
"That I needed Nicet to further my growth."
Fire Alarm Technician in Lawrenceville:
Make sure you have Nicet or any other credentials.
October 2017
"Work."
Fire Alarm Technician in Houston:
Pros: They paid me to do it.
Cons: Its tirering.
January 2015
"It's pretty ok most of the time."
Fire Alarm Technician:
Pros: Freedom, new place every day, problem solving.
Cons: Inspecting in one area constantly gets repetitive.