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VSC Fire & Security Inc. was founded in 1958 and is managed by a seasoned and committed leadership team. We’re a trusted partner with businesses that need support in designing sprinkler systems and alarm and security solutions, and in conducting inspections to ensure compliance. We accomplish this by having state-of-the-art systems and more than 1200 highly trained employees in 20 offices across the Eastern U.S., enabling VSC to provide reliable inspections and repairs to commercial, retail, government and residential customers.
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Valuing The Individual
VSC is special for a lot of reasons, but there’s one that trumps them all: we value the individual. VSC is a company, yes; but we’re a company of individuals, who our customers work with and rely on for professionalism, technical expertise and quality customer service. Our customers value you, and so do we. Our company’s reputation is rooted in the customer’s experience with each of you – your individual knowhow, your attention to detail, and your commitment to the customer’s safety.
Your Future With VSC
Are you a seasoned technician looking for new chances to grow? Or just starting your career and exploring options? Or perhaps a high school or GED graduate seeking a fulfilling long-term career where you can learn a new trade or craft? Then you have a future with VSC.
Extensive Training That Makes a Difference
We offer a four-year apprenticeship that ends in a journeyman card, and a two-year apprenticeship that will give you the experience to pass your NICET at Level 2. There’s a two-week American Fire Sprinkler Association design program – think of it like water sprinkler boot camp – and a fire alarm product certification program. And, for the next generation of men and women eager for a different challenge every day, we offer internship programs for college and high school students. Our paid training opportunities mean you’ll earn as you learn.
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