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Electronic Security And Fire Detection Engineer - Birmingham, Birmingham, Arnold Clark.

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
ID #1177133015
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Electronic Security And Fire Detection Engineer - Birmingham, Birmingham, Arnold Clark.
United Kingdom, West Midlands, Birmingham,
Published September 21, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Electronic security and fire detection engineer - birmingham


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Were looking for an experienced and committed Electronic Security and Fire Detection Engineer to maintain alarm systems across central Midlands.LocationBirmingham, but travel is part of the role.HoursMonday Friday, 8.30am 5pmAbout the roleAs a Electronic Security and Fire Detection Engineer for Assure Alarms, you will be responsible for the servicing and maintenance of fire and security systems across the country, offering a reliable and customer-focused service for wide range of clients.The successful candidate will be able to react quickly to call-outs, and demonstrate proven detailed knowledge of various security systems.Day-to-day dutiesMaintenance and service of Fire and Security systems.Attending call-outs across England as and when needed.Delivering a high level of customer service.Completing accurate paperwork and documentation.Managing time efficiently to respond successfully to each call-out.Essential skillsA detailed knowledge of fire alarms installed to BS5839-2017.A detailed knowledge of Intruder alarms installed to PD6662.Ability to manage your own workload.Strong communication skills.Attention to detail and high level of accuracy.A full UK driving licence.Nice to have (but not essential)Knowledge of FIA courses.Understanding of Galaxy intruder panels.Knowledge ofIP cameras.In return for your skills, youll receive a company car, phone and laptop and the opportunity to attend training courses. You can also benefit from a fantastic employee benefits package, including private healthcare, life assurance and generous retail discounts.Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure check.

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