FIRE ALARM ENGINEER JOB
Do you feel like you're 'just a number' in your company? How would you like to work for someone who recognises their employees' hard work through bonuses, incentives and company outings for every member of staff?
A manufacturer and importer of life-safety products are looking to hire an experienced Fire Alarm Engineer.
Not only are this company's main goals to motivate, inspire and drive staff, but they're also pretty good at what they do. They actually have their own patented product which landed them as a finalist at the London Construction Awards and has doubled their turnover this year.
Chances are if you're already a Fire Alarm Engineer then you'll know what the day to day job entails, so I won't bore you with it. You just have to be flexible to cover Central London and Essex as well as surrounding areas, and be accessible to Dartford where some of your tools and resources are kept. The company are due to release a ground-breaking fire alarm that is set to rival the current big players in the market; on top of their current wireless system that is a huge hit.
The company can offer you a range of fantastic benefits on top of your basic salary including vouchers when the company hit target, quarterly outings for the whole team, and an extra bonus scheme.
They never make you work past 5pm, and an early morning will be compensated with an early finishes on a day of your choice. They're just laid back like that! They hold an annual 'back to work' event on the first day of the New Year; this year they had a 3-course meal at a Rugby Club, had a motivation speaker in, then went off to a sports hall to part-take in lots of fun, lively, and potentially embarrassing activities to get everyone buzzing for the New Year!
The salary is £30,000 (flexible for the right person) and based in London and the South East.
You must be BAFE qualified and have certificates.
If this sounds like something you're interested in, then why not apply or speak to Ellen at Eligo for a chat in more detail. Please call Ellen on or email . Or, why not send a connection request on Linked In and be kept in the loop on roles like this.
Look forward to hearing from you!