A SIGN-ON BONUS OF $4,668 IS AVAILABLEFORTHESUCCESSFULAPPLICANT OF THISPOSITIONPAID IN 2 INSTALLMENTSWITHIN 12 MONTHS OF HIRE: $2,334 WITHIN 30 DAYS OF HIREDATE & $2,334 12 MONTHSAFTERHIREDATE.
Any payment of eligible sign on bonus due during the current pause will be made once the state budget has been approved and the restrictions are lifted.
Provides support to the Life Safety Shop's functions and responsibilities, including performing preventive maintenance (PM) inspections, maintenance, and/or contracting necessary repairs or modifications on fire sprinkler systems including wet, dry, pre-action, deluge, standpipes, and fire pumps as required by NFPA13, NFPA14, NFPA20, NFPA25, and allowed per 21NCAC 50.0513 and 2INCAC 50.0515. Also performs inspections on buildings' smoke and/or fire dampers and/or curtains, per NFPA90. Performs periodic and preventive maintenance inspections on all fire sprinkler/suppression systems in accordance with manufacturer specifications and NFPA25, NFPA13, and the international fire code, ensuring that all NFPA25 reports and system tags display the name, signature and license number of the inspection contractor or inspection technician who performed the inspection.
Makes minor repairs to fire protection systems, including replacing activated or damaged sprinkler heads, lubricating control valves, resetting dry pipe valves, and other tasks itemized as maintenance in NFPA25, in accordance with manufacturer specifications, NFPA25, NFPA13, and the international fire code.
When maintenance and repairs exceed the limitations per 21NCAC50.0513 and 2INCAC50.0515, contacts licensed fire sprinkler maintenance contractors, obtains estimates, and coordinates and inspects the selected contractor's completed work.
Coordinates with the UNC Public Safety department, UNC Fire Marshall, and building occupants when isolating systems for testing or repair purposes. Prepares complete inspection records in proper format. Ensures assigned area workload schedules are accomplished as issued, and notifies the supervisor immediately of any desired and/or necessary deviations, delays or early completions in the assigned schedule.
Ensures a proper shop stock of miscellaneous systems, electrical and/or hardware items are readily available for repairs. Ensures and maintains an adequate inventory of equipment/parts received for shop stock are kept organized and ready for emergency and or routine repairs. Ensures the cleanliness and organization of the shop and assigned installation service vehicle.
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalency; or demonstrated possession of the competencies necessary to perform the work. Some positions may require special licenses or certification. Optional Guidelines: experience in the trade(s) areas related to the area of assignment may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
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