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Published date 16/11/2016
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Country United Kingdom

SAFE I.S. Ltd is a progressive and continually growing Fire Safety Company. We are currently looking for Experienced Fire Alarm Engineers in London and the West Midlands to add to our growing service team.

This Full Time role offers an excellent opportunity for an ambitious and driven individual looking for a long-term career opportunity.

* About SAFE I.S. Ltd:

Safe I.S. offer Fire Protection & Safety Compliance throughout the UK; our qualified professionals Train, Assess and Service almost all Health and Safety systems offering a comprehensive package to our wide range of nationwide customers

Our tight knit team is dedicated to customer satisfaction all with a passion for believing in the brand and ethos which is key to delivering the service standard both ourselves and our customers expect.

*The Role & Main Duties include:

• Fire Alarm, Emergency Lighting and Fire Extinguisher Servicing, Testing and Maintenance

• Responding to Emergency Call-outs and Carry out Remedial Work

• Installing Replacement/ Additional Equipment

• Report Writing and Record Keeping

*Desired Skills and Experience:

• Preferably 17th Edition Qualified, but not essential

• Good general understanding of the British Standards BS 5839 and BS 5266

• Customer Focussed

• Excellent communicator (Verbal and Written).

• Attention to Detail

• Self motivated, Autonomous and Work Well Under Pressure

* Working Hours:

• 40 Hours per Week – Monday to Friday. Average work pattern 8:00am-4:00pm

*Salary and Benefits

• Competitive salary-25-30k per annum plus O/T and Commission

• Company vehicle

• 4 weeks holiday

• On-going Training and Development Programme

To apply, please send us your CV and anything else you feel would support your application.

If your CV meets the initial requirements we will contact you in due course.

Name: Jo


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