Systems Engineer

Location: Belfast, United Kingdom |
Salary: Up to 27000 |
Posted: 26 Nov 2020 |
Business Unit: UK Secure Solutions |
Contracted Hours: Full-time |
Employee Status: Permanent |
Reference: 2000025A-internal

About G4S

 F&S - G4S Fire & Security Systems (UK) is part of G4S Secure Solutions (UK), the UK’s largest private provider of security solutions. G4S Fire & Security Systems (UK) is the leading integrator of fire and security solutions with a fully accredited 24 x 7 monitoring centre for fire, security and location-based services, protecting everything from small offices and schools to large multi-national organisations and high security Government facilities.

 

Job Introduction

 An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Systems Engineer in our Fire & Security Systems business team based in Belfast to cover the surrounding territory. The job holder will be required to work 40hrs per week.

Main Responsibilities

 

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

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

  • Carry out rolling programme of preventative maintenance visits.
     

  • Collection/recording of site configuration information.
     

  • Maintain car stock (spares) levels.
     

  • 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
     


The Ideal Candidate

  • Previous electro mechanical experience
     

  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience installing & servicing a wide product base of access control systems, CCTV systems and intruder alarm systems.
     

  • 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
     

  • Good attention to detail in order to ensure that all paperwork is correctly completed, and procedures are followed within the allotted timescales.
     

  • An enthusiastic team player who is able to work well under pressure and maintain a professional approach at all time

In return

  • Salary of up to £27,000

  • Car

  • 25 days annual leave

  • Pension/ Life Assurance

  • Perks at Work Scheme

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