Special Hazards Technician, Dallas, TX

1307 Century Way






· Must have a NICET Level 2 or equivalent certification (or higher).

· Must have Texas FAL and Texas FEL-A, or ability to obtain within 90 days.

· Experience in Low Voltage and Fire Suppression preferred.

· Ability to read and understand blueprints.

· Ability to take direction and complete necessary documentation for all jobs or company related requirements.

· Ability to work unsupervised.

· Ability to work well with colleagues, subcontractors and customers.

· Be proficient in hand tools and trade-specific tools and equipment.

· Ability to communicate effectively in English.

Physical Requirements:

· Ability to sit, stand, kneel, crouch or stoop for prolonged periods.

· Ability to operate a motor vehicle.

· Ability to climb ladders, scaffolding and stairs.

· Ability to move about in areas with limited space and difficult access.

· Ability to safely lift, transport and place objects up to 70 pounds, without assistance.

· Ability to work both indoors and outdoors. 

What we can offer you:

· Medical, Dental and Vision insurance options, with HSA match available.

· 401K Retirement plan.

· Paid Time Off.

· 50K company paid life insurance.

· Competitive compensation, depending on experience. 

· Be part of a collaborative and high-performing team and organization.

Women and minorities encouraged to apply. State Fire participates in using E-Verify.

About State Fire:

Founded as a modest 3-person operation, State Fire has evolved into a regional powerhouse, extending our services across Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, Texas, Colorado, and Wyoming. Our exponential growth is a testament to our commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.

Here at State Fire, we prioritize your safety, professional development, and fostering an inclusive workplace. In addition to competitive pay structures, we offer health, dental and vision insurance solutions, and generous paid time off benefits.

With a dedicated team of over 150 skilled and licensed managers and technicians, State Fire boasts unrivaled proficiency in safeguarding properties and lives. Join us in our mission to set new standards in fire safety and security solutions.



State Fire stands as a leading provider in the fire protection industry, delivering top-tier expertise in the installation and servicing of a wide array of critical safety systems. From fire alarms to kitchen fire suppression systems, security solutions, and beyond, our comprehensive offerings ensure the protection of our clients’ assets and personnel.

State Fire is currently looking for a full-time Clean Agent/Special Hazards Technician based in Dallas, TX. Experience preferred, but willing to train the ideal candidate. 

Your role as a Clean Agent/Special Hazards Technician will include the following responsibilities:

· Maintain daily safety paperwork including but not limited to: Field Level Risk Assessments, pre-operational vehicle inspections, pre-work job site safety inspections.

· Perform maintenance service calls, as needed.

· Respond to and assess emergency service or warranty calls.

· Travel to other states when the workload requires it.

· Maintain a clean, safe, and productive work environment for all construction and service jobs.

· Support the installation and maintenance for fire alarms and clean agent systems.

· Lead the work of others, including subs, to complete projects and service calls.

· Maintain good relationships with project managers and property managers.

· Liaise with vendors, subs, and main office in scheduling and ordering material and labor to complete projects.