The Fire Alarm Sales is responsible for selling alarm solutions to customers and for oversight of the design and installation process.

•    Evaluate current regional marketplace and competitors, and develop sales strategies, appropriate margins and overall sales goals.
•    Build relationships with customers to capture a full range of fire protection services including fire alarm and suppression installations, CCTV and access control, sprinkler installations, as well as repair and inspection of existing systems.
•    Maintain relationships with vendors, stay abreast of new products, technical data, and market trends.
•    Prepare cost estimates and bid proposals based on evaluation of construction documents such as drawings, specifications and sub-contract agreements.  
•    Prepares fire protection shop drawings, specifications, equipment submittals and computer hydraulic calculations as needed for compliance with applicable fire protection codes.
•    Read, interpret and apply technical design requirements of fire protection codes, manufacturer’s technical data, building codes, insurer criteria, and other applicable documents.
•    Perform preliminary survey of existing buildings to determine costs associated with the installation of fire protection systems.
•    Coordinate sales to design and project management turnover.
•    Maintain contract documents and ensure change orders are processed in a timely fashion.
•    Make routine site visits during the installation phase to evaluate overall project performance and safety.
•    Submit the required documentation for project closeout.
•    Perform other related duties as assigned

•    Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or a related field
•    Knowledge of CAD design 
•    Knowledge of card access, CCTV, security 
•    Comprehensive understanding of contract document review,  including thorough understanding of reading blueprints and specification review
•    Previous experience in the Project Management field preferred
•    Strong communication and customer service skills
•    Moderate to advanced computer skills
•    Time management, organizational and interpersonal skills
•    Ability to read and analyze building construction documents
•    Good mathematical skills with the ability to read, understand and create financial reports

•    Valid Driver’s License

•    May supervise field personnel working on assigned projects

•    Office environment – moderate noise
•    Construction job sites – moderate to heavy noise, uneven ground, subject to all types of weather, may be subject to heights
•    Ability to maneuver in restricted, poorly lit spaces
•    Ability to lift up to 50 pounds at a time

Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.