The Role: Lead Fire & Security Engineer
Our client was formed in 1996 and was initially set up to provide bespoke equipment to the police market. Since then, they have branched in to supplying a range of security products, to a wide range of different market sectors. We now look after sites ranging from residential houses, to primary schools, to large multi-site corporations.
Job Purpose & Description
Develop and produce site surveys, fire reporting, fire risk management and fire risk assessments and design of fire protection systems. Ensuring the specific needs of projects and clients are delivered within agreed timescales
Deliver service, maintenance and installation of fire systems and equipment that is in line with current standards Servicing of security systems and equipment to NSI requirements
Respond to demand service calls on all types of systems that is required for client and customer requirements At the completion of each installation ensure all documentation is completed, handed over and the acceptance
certificate is signed
At the completion of each service visit update the central helpdesk with the call status
Maintain a high level of personal performance demonstrating a willingness to help colleagues
Provide a highly reliable, courteous, efficient and effective service to Company clients and customers
Maintain a positive image of the Company through high standards of dress and customer communications
Provide good quality written reports of activities c Make recommendations for additions/replacements to improve
Provide accurate information to enable quotations to be prepared for the customer Ensure that any Company vehicle provided is maintained in good working order
Any other duty as may be required in line with operational requirements.
Main Duties, responsibilities & requirements
Completion of a series of nationally recognised fire training courses and/or be listed on the national recognised register of fire risk assessor, such as;
BAFE certified in service and maintenance of portable fire extinguishers or equivalent
ICEL (FIA) certified in emergency lighting or equivalent
FIA trained to BS 5839 standards in Fire detection design, fire system installation & testing and alarm system maintenance or equivalent
Familiarity with the processes for gaining FIA and BAFE accreditations
The Candidates Key Skills and Experience
Excellent stakeholder communications skills, at all levels including customer facing skills Excellent organisational and planning skills
Able to work effectively in a safe and compliant manner
Flexibility to work additional hours when required , On-Call and staying away Professional attitude, smart and presentable
Basic administration skills for completing forms and timesheet recording Prepared to go through regular security screening
Open minded, positive can do attitude.
Company Pension Scheme
25 days holiday plus bank holiday.