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Fire Safety Engineer

Job Title: Fire Safety Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: Up to £65,000 plus package
Reference: 24492
Contact Name: Zac Wilson
Contact Email:
Job Published: February 15, 2019 09:40

Job Description

Fire Safety Engineer – Up to £65,000 + Package – Consultancy business, working across multiple industries & buildings – Home based and London

Principal People are delighted to have been engaged by a long-standing client within the Consultancy sector.

The company provide an array of consultancy and training services in the following areas

  • Compliance
  • Health and safety
  • Fire safety
  • Environmental

The company provide these services across a diverse range of industry sectors and building types including but not exclusive to

  • Commercial property
  • Residential property
  • Retail
  • Private and public hospitals
  • Care
  • Facilities Management

As the Fire Safety Engineer, you will:

  • Provide fire safety engineering support to clients across the UK
  • Maintain an expert knowledge of fire safety engineering and fire risk management
  • Work with CFD modellers, regarding inputs/outputs and geometries, or use CFD packages, to ensure a positive outcome from the model for the client
  • Assist in the production of fee proposals for clients
  • Remain abreast of legislative requirements and how standards and best practice support their application
  • Undertake and manage correspondence, liaison, reporting, etc. with other staff and clients, as required
  • Effectively plan and deliver role-related and fire safety engineering activities
  • Attend meetings relating to the delivery of Fire Safety services, and any other meeting as required

As the Fire Safety Engineer you will:

  • Be ideally qualified to degree level in a relevant discipline, e.g. Fire Engineering (HND/HNC or equivalent may be acceptable with sufficient experience) along with demonstrable experience of the use and application of fire safety engineering to a range of buildings
  • Have an understanding of fire safety requirements within UK Building Regulations & ADB, British Standards (e.g. BS 9999, 9991) and other relevant codes of practice
  • Have an understanding and working knowledge of quantified analytical techniques (e.g. smoke control calculations and thermal radiation analyses)
  • Be able to take a brief from the project lead and deliver & control the tasks required, within time and budget

To explore this opportunity further, please apply or send your CV directly to

Please note – we are anticipating a high volume of applications and interest for this position. Therefore, successful applications and candidates will be contacted directly and unsuccessful candidates will also be notified.