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Keystone Fire Protection Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek to build a team of motivated individuals, ready to learn, work hard, and bring a positive attitude to all of the positions listed below. Office employees, as well as field team members, enjoy benefits including medical insurance, paid time off, training and career development, and much more.

Keystone highly values our Field Team employees who work everyday to ensure the safety of our communities.  If you are skilled in a related trade, or would like to be, we encourage you to apply.  We offer entry level and experienced positions, our exclusive KPI University, and all tools needed to complete each job.  Enjoy job security and the satisfaction that comes from working hands-on, as well as work-life balance and competitive compensation.

Fire Extinguisher Technician

A Pre-Engineered Field Technician works on a variety of hand portable fire extinguishers, kitchen suppression systems, industrial dry chemical suppression systems, and emergency lighting and exit signs within our customers’ facilities. The scope of the work includes installing, repairing, inspecting, and testing this equipment to ensure compliance with all codes and standards.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Perform routine maintenance, inspection, and emergency service for extinguishing systems and other life safety equipment.
  • Complete all associated inspection reports and certification paperwork accurately.
  • Learn and be proficient in NFPA Standards (10, 17, 17a, 96, 101 and 1962).
  • Perform live fire demonstrations at customer facilities.
  • Sell additional equipment and services to customers when appropriate.

Applicant Character:

  • Ability to work independently with limited supervision
  • Possess mechanical and electrical aptitude and strong time management skills
  • Demonstrate problem-solving and tablet computer skills
  • Represent the company in a professional, credible manner in speech, written communications, and appearance

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Fire Sprinkler Service Technician

The entry level Fire Sprinkler Technician is responsible for assisting with performing routine inspections, service, and repair of fire sprinkler and standpipe systems. A combination of classroom, hands-on, and on-the-job training programs are provided by the Company to assist you in becoming a licensed sprinkler professional.

The experienced Fire Sprinkler Technician is responsible for performing routine inspections, service, and repair of fire sprinkler and standpipe systems. The lead also oversees the development of entry level fire sprinkler technicians who are assigned to work on their team.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Perform inspections on wet, dry, pre-action, and deluge type sprinkler systems.
  • Learn to identify proper sprinkler head spacing and the use of a Rigid 300 machine.
  • Inspect standpipe and hose cabinets, and re-rack fire hose.
  • Assist in performance of fire pump flow and churn testing.
  • Learn and become proficient in NFPA 25 – Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems.
  • Experienced – Perform routine inspection, service, and maintenance of  standpipe systems, backflow preventors, and related equipment.
  • Experienced – Perform flow tests on fire pumps, hydrostatic tests, main drain tests, trip test dry valves, and test hydrants.
  • Experienced –Operate 300 machine and to thread and groove pipe as well as proper head spacing.
  • Experienced –Participate in the rotating on-call schedule for off-hour emergency service response.

Applicant Character:

  • Ability to work with limited supervision
  • Possess strong mechanical aptitude
  • Proficient in basic computer skills

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Fire Sprinkler Installer

The entry level Fire Sprinkler Installer is responsible for assisting with the installation of fire sprinkler and standpipe systems and related equipment. A combination of classroom, hands-on, and on-the-job training programs are provided by the Company to assist you in becoming a licensed fire sprinkler installation professional.

The experienced Fire Sprinkler Installer is responsible for installation of fire sprinkler/standpipe systems and related equipment. On the job and classroom training programs are provided for all levels to develop and promote field installers into licensed professionals.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assist with pulling and staging work.
  • Assist with the building of pipe manifolds and risers, setting fire pumps, installing backflow preventors, sprinkler mains, branch piping, and sprinkler heads.
  • Develop a basic knowledge of building construction.
  • Learn and become proficient in NFPA 13 – Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems and IBC codes.
  • Learn to operate a Rigid 300 machine for threading and grooving pipe and learn proper sprinkler head spacing.
  • Experienced – Operate a boom lift, Genie lift, and Rigid 300 threading machine.
  • Experienced – Knowledge of OSHA requirements, working in construction environments, and working with/around other trades.
  • Experienced – Complete and sign all associated inspection reports and certification paperwork accurately.
  • Experienced – Participate in the rotating on-call schedule for off-hour emergency service response.

Applicant Character:

  • Ability to work with limited supervision
  • Possess strong mechanical aptitude
  • Comfortable working in construction environments
  • Possess a strong commitment to safe work practices
  • Strong organizational skills

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Fire Alarm Service Technician

The entry level Fire Alarm Service Technician is responsible for assisting with performing routine inspections, service, and repair of fire alarm systems and clean agent fire suppression systems. A combination of classroom, hands-on, and on-the-job training programs are provided by the Company to assist you in becoming a licensed fire alarm professional.

The experienced Fire Alarm Technician is responsible for performing routine inspections, service, and repair of fire alarm systems and clean agent fire suppression systems. The lead also oversees the development of entry level alarm technicians who are assigned to work on their team.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Perform inspection of building fire alarm systems, including detector sensitivity testing.
  • Perform inspection of engineered fire suppression systems, including Halon, Industrial Dry Chemical, CO2, and other Clean Agents.
  • Identify and correct ground faults, open circuits, and other system-related troubles.
  • Learn and be proficient in NFPA Standards (72, 12, 12A, 17, 2001, 70 NEC).
  • Experienced – Upload/download program changes to fire alarm and suppression panels, and digital communicators for central station monitoring.
  • Experienced – Perform panel and device replacements when necessary.
  • Experienced – Participate in the rotating on-call schedule for off-hour emergency service response.

Applicant Character:

  • Ability to work with limited supervision
  • Possess strong electrical aptitude
  • Proficient in blueprint reading, use of a Fluke/Volt-Amp meter, and strong computer skills
  • Demonstrate electrical troubleshooting skills

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EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

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Health Benefits

Health Benefits

  • Medical and prescription drug coverage
  • Dental and orthodontic
  • Vision
  • Employer subsidized life insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Dependent spending account
  • SwiftMD Telemedicine

Work-Life Balance

Work-Life Balance

We believe that quality time outside the office is vital to our employees’ satisfaction at work. That’s why our flexible PTO plan encourages employees to enjoy time away from work to help balance their lives.

Field Team Benefits

Field Team Benefits

  • Annual uniform allowance
  • Annual boot allowance
  • Company provided cell phone/iPad
  • Company vehicle
  • We provide all the tools necessary to do their jobs.

Paid Holidays

Paid Holidays

New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day After Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

Learning & Development

Learning & Development

  • Mentoring programs
  • E-learning training programs to enhance personal and professional development programs
  • Internal Training Resources Applied Curriculum (T.R.A.C.) program for technicians
  • Field trips to manufacturers to learn about resources and applications
  • Leadership development program

Future Planning

Future Planning

  • 401(k) retirement plan with immediate vesting
    • 100% on the first 3% the employee contributes
    • 50% on the following 2% the employee contributes

COMPANY CULTURE

Keystone is not your average Fire Protection Company

We take life safety and property protection seriously. We put safety first, but fun follows close behind.

From parties, themed lunches, happy hours, breakfast with leadership, and any reason we can find to celebrate each other, you can count us in. While on the clock, we’re working hard to make a difference.

Earn while you learn! We don’t just offer opportunities to grow – we help you get there: mentoring and training programs at no cost to you; a commitment to education through KPI University; the everyday collaborative environment we foster in the office and in the field. We reward hard work, and everyone has the power to make an impact on what we do; your voice is valuable.

Because without our team, we wouldn’t be Keystone Fire Protection Co. What are you waiting for? Save lives with us.

Apply today!