Fire Sprinkler Designer
The Fire Sprinkler Designer joins a progressive team, designing some of most exciting projects for commercial, residential and industrial buildings. Not just warehouses but hospitals, high rises, malls and more. Align with a company who cares as much about their employees and their families as they do their business. The Fire Sprinkler Designer is responsibility for all aspects of design work and project management. Someone who is able to perform hydraulic calculations, coupled with AutoCAD and HydraCAD experience.
If you enjoy working on multiple exciting large scale projects and potentially managing a team of designers then consider this your last stop in your career. If you are less than an NICET 4, they will help you get there. Position based in Salt Lake City, UT.
Essential Functions of Fire Sprinkler Designer:
- Design fire sprinkler systems for commercial, residential and industrial buildings.
- Design will involve the following types of systems: wet, dry, preaction ,etc.
Skills & Abilities of Fire Sprinkler Designer:
- Action-oriented and self-directed
- Ability to work independently within a team environment
- Excellent written & verbal communication skills
- Dependable and organized
- Ability to travel up to 10%
Qualifications of Fire Sprinkler Designer:
- NICET certified - Level II or higher preferred
- Able to perform hydraulic calculations
- BIM experience preferred
- 3+ years of design experience
- AutoCad and HydraCad knowledge
- Working knowledge of construction plans required
Benefit for Fire Sprinkler Designer:
- 100% paid medical benefits
- Flex PTO, Birthday off
- 401K Company Match
- Automatic 6 month pay increases
- Annual bonus
- LT and ST Disability and Life Insurance
- Sick and Holiday pay
PrincePerelson & Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we do not discriminate against applicants due to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States.