A leading Construction Consultancy seeks a Fire Risk Assessor. The Fire Risk Assessor will deliver a professional fire risk assessment service to high end clients throughout the UK.
A multi-disciplinary Practice of professional Construction Consultants, providing expert advice within the industry. Providing bespoke, innovative and deliverable solutions, continually exceeding their clients’ expectations across commercial, residential, education and leisure sectors.
The Role of the Fire Risk Assessor
The Fire Risk Assessor will work alongside the client and be directly involved in the Risk Assessment of various projects:
Risk assessment of the building as required by the client.
Collate appropriate information and ensure all correct documentation utilised.
To provide reports as required.
To attend appointments and meetings and liaise with client.
Creating fire strategy solutions for clients within the built environment and development
Designing fire management plans
Undertaking fire risk assessment across a range of built environments
Design client programs and execute for preparedness tests for emergencies or safety events and test them
The Successful Fire Risk Assessor
The successful Fire Risk Assessor should be established within the sector and be proficient in the following:
To be successful in these roles, a BSc in Fire Safety Engineering or Fire Engineering is preferred and ideally either FIFireE or MIFireE (GIFireE at a minimum).
NEBOSH Fire Risk Management Certification.
Professional recognition in the global fire sector.
Excellent planning, organisational and presentation skills.
Basic Salary of circa £45,000 B.O.E
Excellent contributory pension.
Health Care Provided
Training and Career progression.
If you are a Fire Risk Assessor looking to join a leading consultancy in London, please contact Alex Mead at Brandon James.
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