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Are you an experienced Fire Alarm Engineer capable of carrying out GOLD standard fire safety services?

We are looking for skilled Fire Service and Maintenance Engineers to join our successful, market-leading team.

Focusing on the delivery of PPM Servicing, the role will include repairing fire alarm systems and ensuring compliance with Health & Safety procedures/ requirements. You will be working in a different environment every day, across a variety of locations throughout the London Area. We trust our engineers to be the face of our business and to deliver exceptional customer service as well as GOLD standard fire safety services.

If this is you, we are hiring now and are very keen to have a conversation with you

Standards of Workmanship

  • LPCB LPC 1014
  • LPCB ISO 9002 Certificate number 555 issue 4
  • CHAS – The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme
  • Safe Contractor Approved

TO APPLY, WE NEED TO SEE THE FOLLOWING FROM YOU

  • A flexible approach to work with participation in and out of hours call-out rota
  • A full UK Driving License
  • Previous Fire Alarm Experience and knowledge of analogue addressable and conventional fire alarm systems
  • FIA training (or equivalent required) to BS5839-1 Fundamentals
  • Understanding of BS5839 – in particular, part one and part 6
  • A good level of IT literacy with good communication skills both verbal and written
  • An understanding of Health and Safety Regulations within the workplace
  • Commitment to high professional ethical standards in a diverse workplace
  • Exponent of collaborative working with a commitment to get the job done
  • Fire maintenance service experience is required

YOU WILL BE EXPECTED TO

  • Pursue ‘Great, not Good’ in fire safety services
  • Be accountable for the quality system and customer service
  • Service, maintain and install fire alarm systems (BS5839-1) in accordance with the relevant British Standards
  • Accurately complete engineer service reports
  • Report deficiencies or deviations in fire systems
  • Conduct regular van stock checks and liaise with the procurement department to keep replenished and appropriately stocked
  • Have a Health & Safety mindset, look at possible risks associated with the role and report any issues promptly
  • Complete a first fix where possible

QUALIFICATIONS

  • FIA training (or equivalent required) to BS5839-1 Fundamentals

JOB SPECIFICS

The role is full-time, and we are offering a competitive salary of £40,000 per annum (subject to skills, qualifications and track record). This position will be based in the London Area with travel required to attend different sites. A full UK Driving License will be essential, and a company vehicle and fuel card will be provided.

NEXT STEPS

Send your CV to our specialist Talent Team by completing the form on this page and we will be in touch within seven days.

ABOUT FIRETECNICS SYSTEMS

Established in 1989, Firetecnics Systems Ltd is part of Helix International Group and is a leading fire safety, engineering and prevention company with an extensive service portfolio across consulting, designing, installing and maintaining a wide range of fire safety solutions, systems and equipment.

This means we can provide one source for all your needs and the ability to integrate an entire fire safety solution.

With three decades of experience, we understand buildings and the way they are occupied and used. We aim to deliver dedicated and unsurpassed service levels with a strong emphasis on adding value to your business.

We reflect this in working with our clients to set service levels that are business led and by ensuring their values and requirements are paramount in everything we do.

We are committed to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (ED&I) for everyone. All applicants will be treated fairly and without prejudice. No one will receive less favourable treatment or be discriminated irrespective of the following protected characteristics: Age, disability, gender reassignment (and identity), marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race (including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins), religion or belief, sex (formerly gender) and sexual orientation.