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We promise to fully understand your skills and experience, as well as your career aspirations, your personality, and out of work commitments. Our attention to detail is impeccable, allowing us to match you with only the roles that are right for you.
As talented as we are in recruitment, we’re also down to earth. We have your best interests at heart, and we offer you genuine advice. You can trust us to be brutally honest too. No sugar coating. Constructive feedback is crucial to improving your career prospects and with us, you’ll receive honest, structured feedback you can really utilise.
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You have the ability; let us provide the opportunity. Call us today to start the search for your ideal employer and take the next step in your Fire and Security career.
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Understanding the exact stage, you’re at in your career means we can help devise your next steps to a long-term position.
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Understanding what you want from your next role is key to finding a successful job match. We’ll be in contact with you every step of the way.
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We won’t misrepresent you. Our honesty and in-depth vetting skills ensure our esteemed employer portfolio will understand exactly what your skills and experience are.
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We won’t just put you forward to any company or position we have available. It’s not in our interests, or yours.
frequently asked questions
What is a fire and security engineer?
A fire and security engineer is trained, qualified, and experienced in servicing, maintaining, and installing fire and security systems.
Working to industry guidelines, fire and security engineers service, repair, and install intruder alarms, access controls, CCTV, and fire systems.
Carrying out installation and upgrades, they help to keep people, businesses, and buildings safe. Testing systems, planning, troubleshooting, carrying out risk assessments, and providing a high level of consultancy if required.
A fire and security engineer has an unrivalled knowledge of fire and security systems and visits businesses to install or repair fire alarms and fire safety equipment, ensuring everything functions correctly.
What does a fire and security engineer do?
Fire and security engineers help businesses stay fire-compliant and secure by installing and servicing fire and intruder alarm systems, CCTV, access control systems, fire safety equipment, and more.
Installing fire aspiration systems and fire alarm systems, fire and security engineers assess all risk factors, keeping systems up and running to prevent fire outbreaks, minimising damage and risk.
They are responsible for finding faults, installing new systems, maintaining current ones, keeping all paperwork, working with network and IP systems, working with alarm products and security equipment, working to NSI certification, and adhering to health and safety guidance.
What skills does a fire and security engineer need?
Specific fire and security skills can vary depending on the company’s needs and requirements. Ideally, and due to the nature of the role, most companies will look for a candidate who has experience in the industry working as an engineer. However, the set of skills that fire and security engineers require include:
Experience installing new and maintaining current fire alarm systems equipment
Experience in security systems including, intruder alarms, CCTV, access control, door entry, etc
- Engineering knowledge
- British Standards knowledge
- NSI & BAFE knowledge
- In depth technical understanding of all fire and security systems
- Full UK driving licence
- Great customer service
- Good timekeeping and admin standards
- Awareness of health and safety guidelines/regulations.
How much does a fire and security engineer make?
This is entirely dependent on the individual contract and the number of hours worked. However, typically, a fire and security engineer can expect a base salary of between £30,000 and £42,000 per year, with total earnings anywhere up to £65,000+.
The salary is based on an individual’s experience and skill level in the sector.
You can also expect to see, as part of the remuneration package for fire and security engineers, 24-day holiday plus bank holidays, additional pay for call-outs, pay linked to travel and vehicle use, and, in some instances, a vehicle allowance (again depending on the organisation and contract).
Is fire and security engineering a good career?
Fire and security engineer roles are always in high demand. And this demand is only growing as businesses invest in the pivotal role they play in developing fire and security infrastructure.
These roles are stable, highly flexible, and no day is the same as the last.
With excellent progression opportunities also available, and opportunities for further training and advancing skills, a career as a fire and security engineer is extremely rewarding.
Ultimately, you are the person responsible for keeping people, businesses, and buildings safe and free from harm.