Service Engineer (Smoke & Fire)
Recruit 12 has an exciting opportunity for a Service Engineer (Smoke & Fire) to provide skilled fire/smoke damper control services across the UK.
Your responsibilities as a Service Engineer (Smoke & Fire) will include:
- Carrying out maintenance, repair, commissioning and service support to a range of smoke/fire dampers and control panels as well as ventilation equipment.
- Communicating technical information and site requirements back to the Service office
- Fault finding
- Liaising and developing working relationships both with the customer and other employees within the company
- Completion of relevant paperwork using our online platform
- Awareness and appreciation of Health and Safety requirements and completion of Dynamic Risk Assessments
- Lead generation, identifying commercial opportunities for business development
- Compliance with company policies, procedures and processes to ensure that regulations are complied with for our ongoing accreditation to REFCOM, Safe Contractor and CHAS
To be a successful candidate as a Service Engineer (Smoke & Fire) you will need:
- GCSE or equivalent
- Engineering/Mechanical type qualification
- Full Driving Licence
- Computer literacy
- ACRIB / CSCS Card or other safety awareness course
- Basic knowledge of ventilation and smoke damper control and industry practices.
- Dealing with customers and the ability to communicate technical information and site requirements back to the Service office
- Awareness and appreciation of Health and Safety requirements to industry standards.
- Understanding the importance of working in line with risk assessments and method statements
- Providing an appropriate audit trail of documentation relating to servicing of customer sites.
Recruit12 is a recruitment specialist, working within the Automotive, World class manufacturing, Renewable energy and Construction sectors
Important: Please note Recruit12 is only able to place into employment candidates that have a valid EU passport, a European Economic Area (EEA) passport or a valid UK visa.