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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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December 2018
"It's a great place to be."
Fire Alarm Technician in Traverse City:
Pros: It's not in a big city.
Cons: Roads need to be redesigned
December 2018
Fire Alarm Technician in Kansas City:
Pros: Technical
Cons: Not much training
January 2019
Fire Alarm Technician:
Career development is important to Ahern, Nicet Certification is encouraged. The compensation is consistant with the labor market. Several paid factory trainings. Monthly profit sharing. Safety is taken to the next level, Not because they have to, but because they care.
February 2019
"A Good Company."
Fire Alarm Technician in Colorado Springs:
Pros: Benefits and flexibility
Cons: Compensation and disorganized
April 2019
"Inspections and Traffic."
Fire Alarm Technician in San Francisco:
Pros: Working independently as well as with others, company car and working at different locations daily. Plus the interaction with different people is a plus.
Cons: Misplaced expectations, cost over value mentality, and communication barriers.
July 2019
"A lot of responsibilities for the job title you hold."
Fire Alarm Technician in College Station:
Pros: I get paid every week
Cons: The benefits are not good. And there are favoritism
August 2019
"To expensive For an average job."
Fire Alarm Technician in Seattle:
Pros: weather
Cons: political leaders and the cost of living