Interested in a Rewarding Career in Des Moines?
We're looking for people who want to learn how to build a business by developing relationships and earn a better-than-average income. Our company has 40 years of experience in a continually growing industry, and we’re looking for the next generation of leaders. We work with specialized technology that keeps people safe where they work, play, dine, learn, and shop. You may be an ideal candidate if you’re hard working but you find yourself thinking…
Why doesn’t my boss value my contributions?
Why can’t I get the support I need to succeed in this job?
I wish there was some kind of training that would help me do a better job.
I feel my income potential is very limited here.
The culture where I work just doesn’t feel right for me.
Let’s connect if you’re thinking any of the thoughts above, or you’re just ready for a new opportunity (even if you don’t know exactly why).
We are currently seeking positive hard-working candidates for the following positions:
Fire Alarm Tech Manager - Do you have some experience with addressable fire alarm or other low-voltage system projects? Do you enjoy leading others toward their goals? Do you have an Iowa state license in fire alarm systems? This may be a good opportunity for you. The Fire Tech Manager will be responsible for managing field technicians and for being able to Install, program, maintain, or repair fire systems wiring and equipment. Ensure that work is in accordance with relevant codes and standards. See more details here: Fire Alarm Technician Manager
Security Systems Technician - The Security Technician installs, programs, maintains, or repairs security systems wiring and equipment. Ensures that work is in accordance with relevant security codes and standards. Systems include access control, video surveillance, commercial burglar alarm, and remote monitoring communicators. See more details here: Security System Technician
Fire Alarm Systems Technician - The Fire Technician will install, program, maintain, or repair fire alarm wiring and equipment. Ensure that work is in accordance with relevant codes. Systems include addressable fire alarm systems, conventional/zoned fire alarm systems, voice notification systems, firefighter phones, and remote monitoring communicators. Since fire alarm systems integrate/interact with many other building systems, technicians need to be familiar with many types of building systems and how the fire alarm system relates to them.
See more details here: Fire Alarm System Technician
***Even if you don't see your ideal position listed above, send us a resume. We may be posting a new position soon that could be a great fit for you.
What our happiest clients have to say
"When considering how to secure one of our biggest investments, our Real Estate Company, we looked for experience and knowledge in the security arena. Supporting a local family owned business is another value that we found in American Alarms. Adam Jacobs and his team knew exactly what was needed for our facility and kept us informed every step of the way. American Alarms is the right choice!"
"Conlin Properties has been working with the team at American Alarms for nearly 20 years. They are our ‘go to’ for security/fire/FOB systems because they have a great service department and that is key for all of these systems as they need to function 100% of the time. Over the years, we have worked with many companies in this area, but consider American Alarms the best. The safety of the families that live in our communities is extremely important to us and we trust American Alarms to protect them. They have never let us down."
"Thanks for the service on our jobs. My specialty for 27 years has been high profile smaller and medium sized jobs. You guys always come through and it is appreciated."
Owner, Commercial Interiors