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Fire Risk Assessment Programme Manager

INFORMATION ABOUT THIS JOB

Job Title Fire Risk Assessment Programme Manager
Contract Type Contract
Location London
Salary £300 - 330 per day
Job Published 12 days ago
REF NB/22982
Contact Name Shakira Payne
Contact Email s.payne.912C1D4B9.0@applythis.net

Job Description

Fire Risk Assessment Programme Manager – 3 months - £300p/d to £330p/d– Central London – Public Sector

Are you a dedicated Fire Risk Assessment Programme Manager looking for your next contract?

I am currently seeking a Fire Risk Assessment Programme Manager to join a prestigious business based in Central London.

Reporting directly to Compliance Manager the successful candidate will play a key part in ensuring Fire Safety compliance throughout the organisation.

Initially offered as a contract 3-month contract, there is opportunity for the successful candidate to continue on an extended basis, with the potential of a permanent role available thereafter.

The successful individual will benefit from a daily rate of £300p/d to £330p/d depending on qualifications and experience.

The successful Fire Risk Assessment Programme Manager will be responsible for:

  • Checking the quality of fire risk assessments
  • Creating a programme of works
  • Creating contract management of actions from fire risk assessments
  • Liaising and approving a fire risk assessment programme with the external consultancy

The ideal candidate will:

  • Hold a NEBOSH Fire Certificate or equivalent as minimum
  • Hold a Fire risk assessment inspection qualification
  • Possess experience working within the Facilities Management, Property Management, Social Housing industries.

If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please send me your CV to s.payne@principalpeople.co.uk

Due to the amount of applications we will receive we will only be contacting candidates who are suitable for the role. 

Ref: NB/22982 | Published: 15 Jun 2017