Convergint Technologies LLC Project Designer - Fire in Westerville, Ohio
Convergint is looking for a full-time, enthusiastic, results driven and forward-thinking Project Designer - Fire to join our amazing culture. As a Project Designer, you are a part of a dynamic team that allows you to grow as Convergint grows.
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Who You Are
You have a passion for providing world-class service to customers, colleagues and communities. You are a person of integrity with a commitment to growth, accountability and delivering results. You want to join an organization with a positive culture that embraces inclusion and allows everyone to be the best version of themselves at work and home. You want to grow with us and deliver results as an exceptional Project Designer.
Who We Are
With 20-years of proven growth and exceptional performance, our mission is to be our customer’s best service provider. We realize the importance of diversity in achieving that goal. Our company was built upon a solid foundation of 10 Values and Beliefs which drive our unmatched culture, making us the #1 global, serviced-based systems integrator in the industry. We take great pride in protecting the lives and assets of our customers and their communities with the solutions we provide.
What you’ll do with “Our Training and Your Experience”
Convergint's greatest strength is our people! Every colleague is encouraged to participate in our Recruit Awesome People program, helping us grow Convergint by promoting our colleague-first culture and referring top talent to the Talent Acquisition Team and hiring managers.
Design, engineer and document installed solutions with moderate complexity according to project requirements.
Proactively communicate with colleagues, vendors, consultants and Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).
Identify cost effective solutions that meet customer requirements within the project schedule.
Reviews scope, defined product specification, application and electrical requirements for code compliance and AHJ Requirements.
Work assignments are varied, and of moderate scope and complexity.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as requested or required.
What You’ll Need
Strong Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint skills.
Customer Focus – Maintaining awareness of and seeking to meet of the needs and wants of the customer.
Initiative – Engages in proactive behavior and looks for opportunities of improvement.
Analytical Thinking – Logically breaks down problems and looks for solutions.
Company Benefits and Perks
Convergint fosters a supportive, accessible, and inclusive environment in which individuals of different backgrounds and identities are able to realize their maximum potential within the company. We offer a variety of programs and exceptional benefits to all of our colleagues:
Company Holidays and Paid Time Off
Fun & Laughter Day Off
Medical, Dental & Vision Plan
Life insurance & Disability Plan
401K Matching Plan
Colleague Assistance Program
Competitive salary and compensation plan
Vehicle reimbursement plan
Corporate Social Responsibility Day
And much more…
Education: College degree, trade school or equivalent experience
Preferred Experience: (but not required):
1-3 years engineering, field service or project management
Experience in 1 or more of the following industries: electronic, fire alarm & life safety, building automation, and/or healthcare
Convergint is committed to a culture of Inclusion and Diversity and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Visit our Convergint careers site (https://www.convergint.com/careers/career-opportunities/) to learn more about the company and the exciting opportunities available.
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