Due to recent expansion and some major contract wins, one of the UK's leading providers of Fire & Security now require a West Yorkshire based Fire & Security Service engineer, ideally you will be located in the Bradford / Leeds area however, other areas of Yorkshire will be considered.
What are they offering?
- Salary £26 - 29k (DOE)
- Hours: 08.30 - 17.00
- A company vehicle will be provided for business use; You will be issued with a company fuel card & will be expected to keep receipts & records of your mileage
- 25 Days Holiday plus 8 Bank Holidays
- Mobile Phone
What are they asking for?
The successful Fire & Security Service Engineer will have a strong working understanding of relevant British standards in particular clauses relating to servicing, maintenance and commissioning.
You will be a well organised, analytical individual and possess excellent interpersonal & communication skills. A genuine interest in your work with an enthusiasm and willingness to learn and progress would also be advantageous.
You will need to have at least 3-5 years' service experience of Addressable Fire alarms such as Advanced, Gent, Pro-Tec & Morley etc.
The successful Fire & Security Service Engineer to have some working knowledge in security systems, such as Intruder alarms and CCTV but Fire Alarms experience is the most important skills requirement.
- Regular routine servicing, small works and commissioning of various fire alarm systems, and other associated systems.
- Undertake reactive calls for fault finding and the repair of faults.
- Complete a service report for all service visits.
- Ensure that an accurate and high standard of company documentation is maintained.
- Undertake 'On-Call' duties as with your Team.
Fire and Detection; Intruder Alarms; Security
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