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Fire Alarm Engineer

My client a well-established company operating within the Fire and Safety Industry for the last 21 years are seeking a Fire Alarm Engineer to work at a highly sensitive site in Central London.

This is a full-time vacancy, hours of work Monday to Thursday 8am - 4pm (overtime available) and company vehicle is provided!


  • To work with and under instruction from Customer Services Team Members, complying with work
  • instructions, company policies and Health and Safety procedures.
  • To maintain a working knowledge of simple circuits and measuring devices and an understanding and respect of electrical circuits as well as undertaking training courses where necessary.
  • To act as a Company Ambassador.

    You must be smart in appearance, pleasant in attitude and capable of communicating diplomatically to strengthen customer relationships.
  • Regular routine servicing and reactive maintenance of our clients’ Fire Alarm and associated systems.
  • With relevant training, commission our clients’ Fire Alarm and associated systems.
  • Maintain an accurate and high standard of Customer, Company, and Personal paperwork.


  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Competent using technology such as laptops, measuring devices, smart phones etc
  • Ability to maintain accurate records whilst regularly submitting customer and company paperwork in a timely manner
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • The ability to communicate effectively with staff at carrying levels throughout the company
  • Fire alarm experience needed
  • Full system training is provided


  • A thorough understanding of relevant British Standards, in particular clauses relating to servicing
  • A genuine interest in your work with an enthusiasm and willingness to learn
  • Full, valid driving licence
  • Mobile phones do need to be kept in lockers due to the sensitive nature of the site.