Electrical and Mechanical Systems Engineering Technology Certifications:
Fire Protection Special Hazards Suppression Systems
Mechanical - Fire Protection, Mechanical Engineering
Fire Suppression System Repair
Receive trouble reports from field personnel and diagnose potential issues. Develop simple instructions for field personnel to troubleshoot and fix minor issues within their technical abilities. System issues are tracked via the DOS program BMIS, and will be entered by the technician for tracking.
For complex problems not able to be handled by field personnel, or unable to be fully identified remotely, develop a required bill of materials for repair parts and a plan of action. Order parts and ship to final destination utilizing BMIS.
Develop a travel plan and travel to overseas Post to execute the repairs. Test repair work as necessary to ensure functionality. Provide basic training to Post personnel on the system as required.
Repair work may include replacement of pipe, fittings, sprinklers, valves, hangers, bracing, and any other sprinkler system components required for a complete system. Suppression systems may be dry, wet, or a combination of both. Repair work may also include work on fire pumps, including electric pumps and their associated motors, diesel pumps and their associated engines, jockey pumps, and all associated valves, piping, trim piping, and attachments required for a fully functional fire suppression system.
Develop trip reports at the conclusion of trip to document efforts and results.
NICET Level I required in Automatic Sprinkler System Layout or Inspection and Testing of Water-Based, must be willing to obtain NICET Level II certification within 90 days of employment
5 Years' fire sprinkler and/or fire pump experience performed at the Journeyman level
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