Installation Engineer [Security Systems]

Location : Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
Job Ref : FC12
Consultant : Freya Crompton
Sector : Engineering, Manufacturing
Salary : Competitive + Benefits

Description

FC12 – Installation Engineer [Security Systems]
Location – Cambridge
Salary – £Competitive DOE + Benefits

Overview:

First Military Recruitment is working in partnership with our client – a premier security installation company specialising in CCTV systems, intruder alarms, fire alarm and access control systems – to recruit an Installation Engineer to join their team in Cambridge. The Engineer will have the opportunity to join a highly skilled team of engineers to install the very best, cutting edge solutions that are at the top of the security industry.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for installing all aspects of security systems.
  • Dealing with intruder alarms, CCTV Access Control, automated gates and barriers and fire alarms.
  • Work to a very high standard, ensuring clients’ needs are met.
  • Fault finding.
  • Work in a safe manner, always adhering to company Health and Safety policies.
  • On-call duties once competent, around 1 week in 10.

Skills and Experience:

  • Previous Experience in a similar role.
  • Knowledge in one or more of the relevant fields, however the client will give serious consideration to applicants with transferable skills such as (but not limited to) Electrical; Communications; Network and infrastructure.
  • Excellent standard of Health and Safety practices.
  • Reactive and Proactive approach to maintaining client’s security systems.
  • Can do attitude.
  • Ability to work on your own and as part of a team.
  • Ability to communicate with clients and meet clients’ needs.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Flexible with your approach to work.
  • Full UK driving licence.

In Return Our Client Offers:

  • 40-hour week.
  • 28 days holiday per annum.
  • Competitive salary according to experience/qualifications.
  • Van, mobile phone, laptop, tools etc supplied.

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