RYAN QUINN

Transforming from a Codes and Standards Development Organization to an Information and Knowledge Organization. It's an Exciting Time to be at NFPA.

Blog Post created by RYAN QUINN Employee on Oct 9, 2015

Hey there NFPA blog followers and fellow bloggers! Summer has come to a close and we are in the midst of a beautiful, crisp, fall here in New England! Ahh, my favorite season!

NFPA has been a busy place since my last blog post; NFPA headquarters is undergoing renovations toward an open space concept to encourage collaboration between teams, opened up a snazzy new conference center (as part of the renovation), we conducted  an employee survey to gain employee feedback, and we are wrapping up Fire Prevention Week today. We've also introduced an Ambassador program that gives employees a chance to attend different conferences and interact with our constituents and members. 

Here in the HR world, we are also very busy - one important effort is to recruit professionals like

YOU to JOIN US!

Right now is a very exciting time to join NFPA, as we are in the midst of transforming ourselves from a codes and standards development organization to an information and knowledge organization. We are the information and knowledge resource on fire, electric and related hazards and we use this knowledge to develop and offer the best tools for our stakeholders. 

As an employee of the NFPA, you are able to be part of something that is much bigger than yourself. You are part of keeping first responders safe, helping to provide architects with guidelines for building design and safety, providing education to children in schools, and so much more. Employees at NFPA bring a collective passion to work every day as they all contribute toward solving the fire problem...all while being offered great benefits that one would expect from an industry leader.

Does this sound rewarding? 

I encourage you to take a look at our current open positions by clicking here. 

Our featured job is the Fire Alarm Specialist Engineer. We have a great opportunity for a fire alarm specialist/engineer who will independently manage complex technical projects including technical committees, product development, and other association activities.

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 Sound the alarm!!
We have an immediate opening for a Fire Alarm Code Specialist/Engineer.

Are you interested in working for world's leading advocate of fire prevention?

To submit your resume, click the link below.

Fire Alarm Specialist/Engineer

Have a Wonderful Weekend!

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