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20th April 2016 | Fire & Security Engineer (Oxfordshire | Berkshire)

We are looking for a Fire & Security engineer to carry out alarm surveying, servicing, & installation.

Reporting to the Operations Manager, this regional role will involve coverage throughout the South East of England. You will be covering a wide range of planned and reactive maintenance tasks, a variety of installation work and more. This is a challenging, exciting and technical role with the opportunity to work with our extensive client base, therefore experience within the intruder alarm / burglar alarm installation and maintenance role is preferred.

In return we are offering a competitive salary plus a fully expensed company vehicle & mobile telephone.

We regularly train all of our staff to ensure they develop and thus ensure our customer service levels are the best possible, we want all of our engineers to become multi-disciplined, competent fire and security professionals.

If you are looking for a long term career with a rapidly growing, innovative fire and security specialist apply now.

If you are interested in this role please email to [email protected] expressing your interest accompanied with your CV.

A full UK Driving License and Security Screening is of course required.

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