We are a highly successful Risk Management Consultancy and part of this established multi-disciplinary consultancy. We are currently seeking a Fire Risk Assessor to join our growing team working from our Sidcup office.
Reporting to the business manager, the fire risk assessor will be responsible for conducting site based fire risk assessments on our clients’ portfolios. Their portfolios are likely to vary in their makeup.
The role is based around the following anticipated work stream;
- Undertaking fire risk assessments in accordance with nationally recognised guidance in an appropriate format, to an accepted standard in a timely manner.
- Liaising with the fire safety co coordinator and head of fire risk management to deliver risk assessments in line with our contractual requirements.
- Liaising with sub consultants.
- Attending client meetings when necessary.
- Undertake peer review/validation of others work.
- Provide technical advice to clients.
- Manage the expectation of assigned clients
Note. FRMS is a dynamic business with emerging opportunities, as such the role may involve short to medium term engagements with clients utilising individual employees skill sets such as fire risk management consultancy services. These engagements will always be within the employee’s skill sets. On occasion out of areas travel and overnight stays may be required, this will be by prior agreement.
Key Skills and Tasks
The fire risk assessor must have a full clean driving license and access to their own vehicle and be willing to travel throughout central and greater London as part of their day to day working activity. There will be occasions where the assessor will need to travel into the home counties to undertake site based inspections.
To be successful in your application for our Fire Risk Assessor position you will need to be fully conversant with current fire safety legislation and technical standards as well as a full understanding of current fire safety issues, trends and best practice.
Key Attitudes and Behaviours
A self-starter, you will confident in making contact with clients and their building managers and be able to manage your own workload.
Qualifications and Training
It is essential that you have completed a series of nationally recognised training courses and/or be listed on the national recognised register of fire risk assessors and have the desire to become 3rd party certificated under a UKAS accredited fire risk assessor competency scheme.
To apply, please forward your CV together with salary requirement and availability to firstname.lastname@example.org.