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Fire and Security Systems Engineer Wisbech, United Kingdom Up to 35000

Fire and Security Systems Engineer

Location: Wisbech, United Kingdom |
Salary: Up to 35000 |
Posted: 29 Feb 2024 |
Business Unit: UK Secure Solutions |
Contracted Hours: Full-time |
Employee Status: Permanent |
Reference: G4S4597

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Fire & Security Systems Engineer in our Fire & Security Systems business team  The job holder will be required to work 40hrs per week covering following areas,  Wisbech, Norwich & Cambridge. 

 

What will you be doing 

Attend to calls for maintenance (on site and or by telephone) as directed by team

coordinator.

Rectify all faults on the first visit where rectification is within your control.

Carry out a rolling programme of preventative maintenance visits.

Collection/recording of site configuration information.

Maintain accurate and timely records.

Provide cover on an out of hour’s basis on a rotating basis.

Commission small projects when required.

Ensure that audits are carried out of quality procedures.

Provide training to customers and colleagues as required.

Carry out any additional tasks that may be required.

 

 

What are we looking for 

Previous experience installing & servicing a wide product base of access control

systems, CCTV systems and intruder alarm systems.

Experience of installing and servicing fire alarm systems, ideally GENT based.

An IT qualification and or Electrical/Electronic qualification.

A broad technical IT knowledge, i.e. Installing various Windows Operating Systems;

networking etc.

Knowledge of basic electrical principals such as measuring voltage and current drain.  

Comfortable working irregular hours and being on a 24/7 call rota.

 

 

Benefits of working for G4S 

Up to £35,000  

Company Car

Pension scheme.

25 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays.

Life assurance scheme.

Perks at work scheme.

Further training and development.

Career progression and Training 


 


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