Job Details What you will do Inspectors are responsible for conducting routine inspections, testing, service, and preventative maintenance on Electrical, Sprinkler or Suppression life safety product lines as well as similar competitive manufacturers’ product lines. How you will do it Work with low voltage wiring and associated devices for the operation of low voltage equipment. Complete Service Acknowledgements with proper coding through communication devices such as laptop computers and/or hard copy. Follow and maintain a highly structured inspection schedule. Input, retrieve and archive inspection documents via laptop computer. Make minor repairs with minimal supervision. Provide technical training to less senior inspectors and trainees. Complete assigned inspections on time. Perform other duties as assigned. Who we’re looking for Required High School Diploma or equivalent required. 2+ years documented experience in Fire and /or Life Safety Systems Ability to pass criminal background and clean driving record CFAA Certified Preferred Experience in reading and interpreting blueprints, diagrams, submittals, specifications, programs schematics and operational/product manuals. Experience with hand tools and multi-meter usage. Demonstrates an aptitude for troubleshooting systems and performing necessary repairs. Ability to follow verbal and written instructions. Proficiency with using PCs including working knowledge of MS Excel / Word as well as iPhone apps. Capable of performing physical labor to include carrying and moving equipment and tools up to 40 lbs. Able to work in unusual and sometimes difficult position such as climbing ladders, scaffolding and high lift equipment up to 40 feet, working within ducts, crawl spaces, above ceilings, etc Ability to work flexible hours including weekends to meet customer requirements. Demonstrate a high level of customer service. Self-starter that can work with little to no supervision. Ability to adhere to, implement, and follow safety guidelines and procedures at all times. Strong organizational skills, positive attitude, and an ability to learn quickly. Possess a valid driver’s license and driving record that meets company requirements. Canada Diversity Statement Information obtained from the questions below will allow Johnson Controls to track the diversity of our applicants, employee training opportunities, promotions and employee retention in order to identify and remove barriers to employment and advancement. With your consent, you may also be contacted by the employment equity officer to get your opinions about Employment Equity (EE) Programs. You have the right to review, correct, or change information relating to you at any time and you can be assured that the information will not be used for unauthorized purposes. Please note that a person may belong to more than one designated group. Your response to the self-identification questionnaire below is voluntary. It is however mandatory to answer the questions, even if you choose not to provide the information. The responses that you provide on this form will be confidentially retained for statistical purposes. This survey is available in alternative formats. Please do not hesitate to request. Persons with disabilities are those that have a long-term or recurring physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning impairment and who consider themselves to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment, or believe that an employer or potential employer is likely to consider them to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment. This also includes persons whose functional limitations owing to their impairment have been accommodated in their current job or workplace. An Aboriginal person is a North American Indian, Métis, or Inuit and/or a Treaty Indian or a Registered Indian and/or member of an Indian Band/First Nation. Members of visible minorities are persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour, regardless of birthplace.