Strong Values, Exceptional Results


Fire Alarm Helper

Location: Dallas, TX

We are looking for a Fire Alarm Helper to join our growing office in Dallas, TX.

If you are…

  • A detail-oriented solutions seeker
  • Energetic and ambitious
  • Customer-focused
  • A coachable, team player
  • Dependable

…then we would love to hear from you!


Why choose to work for American Fire Protection Group?

  • We offer competitive pay for experienced fire protection experts. Pay is based on the level of experience you have in the fire protection industry.
  • We offer an industry leading benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision coverage, profit sharing, an Employee Stock Purchase Plan, and a 401K Retirement Program with an employer match.
  • We are owned by a multi-billion-dollar corporation, the APi Group, based in Minnesota. This gives us the financial support, the training and leadership development opportunities, and the additional resources of an industry-leading corporation.
  • We believe in promoting from within. Every employee has the opportunity to be put on an Individual Development Plan (IDP) for any position within the company. If you have the drive to make a better career for yourself, we will help you achieve that goal.
  • We strongly advocate for the use of technology and automated systems. We equip our team members with all the latest tools to help them perform their jobs well.
  • We are an engaged organization with strong and authentic values, clear evidence of trust and fairness based on mutual respect, where two-way promises and commitments – between employers and staff – are understood and fulfilled.
  • We hire people whose values align with ours. This is a key element of AFPG’s People/Talent Development Operating Code tenet.
  • Many of our employees have worked for us for over 30 years. We believe that if you invest in the right people, we can create a long-lasting professional relationship that makes everyone successful.We have a longstanding commitment to hiring veterans, both in the field and in the office.


  • Be at least 18 years of age with a High School diploma or GED.
  • Physically capable of performing the essential functions of the job:  handling material potentially in excess of 80 lbs; working with tools off scaffolds, ladders, and aerial lifts at heights potentially in excess of 100 ft; working in confined spaces and in trenches of eight feet or greater depth; and working in adverse weather conditions.
  • Strong values and a dedication to working with honesty and integrity at all times.
  • Excellent near vision – ability to see details at close range.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.  
  • Well-developed active listening, critical thinking, and deductive reasoning skills.
  • Dependability – must be reliable, responsible, and committed to fulfilling assigned duties.


How Your Success Will Be Measured

  • Installing and servicing alarm panels, audible/visual alarms, pull stations, and detectors for fire alarm systems.
  • Understanding the relationship between volts, amps, current, and resistance as well as AC and DC Current.
  • Using a digital multi-meter as a tool for troubleshooting ground faults, shorts, and open circuits on fire alarm systems.
  • Installing and servicing communicators for monitoring systems.
  • Inspecting, servicing, and maintaining fire extinguishers.
  • Learning and assisting in special hazard applications for inspections and service such as clean agent, Vortex, AFFF, and CO2 systems.
  • Fabricating, assembling, installing, and maintaining conduit, junction boxes, terminals, and equipment for fire alarm systems.
  • Cutting, reaming, and bending conduits to specifications using tools such as saws, levels, reamers, and benders.
  • Assembling and securing EMT and flexible conduits, fittings, and related equipment, according to specifications, with EMT and squeeze connectors.
  • Stripping, pulling, and terminating wire to fire alarm devices using crimps, solder, shrink tubing, tape, wire nuts, and terminal blocks.
  • Attaching conduits to walls, structures and fixtures using brackets, clamps, tools, or anchors.
  • Programming single line circuits, modules, sensors, and input/output devices for fire alarm panels.
  • Measuring and marking conduits for cutting and bending.
  • Laying out full scale drawings of fire alarm systems, supports, and related equipment following blueprints.


Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, Long-Term Disability, 401K with employer match, Profit Sharing, Employee Stock Purchase Plan.

Pay Range:

Pay depends on your level of experience and education.

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