Fire Alarm Engineer

By August 27, 2020
  • Full Time
  • Permanent
  • Temp to Perm
  • Huddersfield

Fire Alarm Service Engineer

Our client, an expanding fire alarm company in Huddersfield, is looking for a Fire Alarm Service Engineer to join its team of engineers providing fire alarm maintenance and servicing, as well as emergency light testing across the north of England.

Sites worked on are diverse, ranging from large industrial complexes, small to large commercial and retail premises, to recreational facilities. Overtime is available and the successful will be required to be placed on a paid call-out standby rota – currently 1 week in 4.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Servicing of fire alarm systems
  • Testing of emergency lighting
  • System fault finding and diagnosis
  • On site repairs and accurate recommendations of rectifying repairs
  • Reactive fault call attendance and resolution
  • Call out standby rota (1 in 4).

Qualifications and Skills

  • A recognised electrical qualification
  • Previous experience in a similar position
  • knowledge of a conventional and addressable systems
  • Awareness of Gent systems
  • Full driver’s licence.


  • 13 week temporary role, leading to a permanent position for the right candidate
  • £15 per hour basic salary, with overtime available at time and a half and double time, hours dependent
  • £100 standby allowance
  • Overtime is available.

On permanent employment:

  • Van
  • Tablet
  • Pension.

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