Fire Risk Assessor

Buckingham, Buckinghamshire
£34400/annum Salary £34,400 per annum
03 Aug 2018
02 Sep 2018
Contract Type
Fire Risk Assessor
Buckinghamshire and surrounding areas
Salary £34,400 per annum according to skills
Permanent, Full Time
Monday - Friday, 37 hours per week

This is a very exciting time to be joining our client. With 14,000
properties, a turnover of £115m and a substantial development and
sales programme of more than 600 homes per annum, they are making the
most of their many opportunities in a challenging but rewarding

They have an exciting opportunity for a Fire Risk Assessor to work
across, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Oxfordshire and
North London. You will be required to prepare Fire Risk Assessments
for general needs, supported housing and office accommodation. You
will also be required to work as part of a team who works largely
independently but will be required to attend meetings and regularly
check-in at their offices in Wooburn Green and Chesham.

In this key role you will effectively carry out fire risk assessments
as the competent person as required by the Regulatory Reform (Fire
Safety) Order 2005 and assist in maintaining fire safety standards.
You will directly liaise with residents and provide a clear
explanation of the service you are providing. In addition to building
fire risk assessments you will also carry out person centred fire risk

They are seeking for a candidate who is a fully trained and qualified
fire risk assessor, you must have a recognised qualification in fire
risk assessments from creditable providers such as the fire protection
association, fire industry association and/ or NEBOSH. Where there is
no evidence of certification from a third party provider, the
candidate will be required to successfully undertake training within
six months of taking up post which will require completion of Fire
Risk Assessment Training at the FPA followed by completion of the
NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management. The
candidate will be developed to attain membership of a National Fire
Risk Assessment Register.

Essentially you will have the ability to prioritise your own workload
to meet deadlines, lone work and organise workload without close
supervision. Previous experience of housing/ estates management or
maintenance activities in support of fire safety objectives are also
required. Due to the nature of the role a valid driving licence and
access to your own is essential.

Strong problem solving skills and a passion for delivering excellent
customer care is needed to be successful in this role.

They work hard, strive for excellence and in return they offer a great
place to work with an attractive range of benefits such as Health Cash
Plan, bonus potential, competitive pension options and generous
holiday entitlement in addition to 3 days closure at Christmas as well
as supporting flexible ways of working. They welcome applications from
all sections of the communities they work in.

Shortlisting will be conducted in line with the essential and
desirable criteria set out in the person specification

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