Location: Bodmin, Cornwall | Salary: £33,776 – £39,328 + benefits (hybrid)

To provide Fire Safety expertise, support and advice, ensuring housing stock is inspected, managed and maintained in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and other appropriate Health and Safety legislation. You will work closely and proactively with Service Managers, identifying Fire Safety compliance issues and advising on how to meet compliance requirements.

  • Provide specialist Fire Safety technical advice to contractors, tenants and staff members.
  • Inform and educate on Fire Safety issues at tenant resident meetings, with occasional attendance at Resident Forum meetings.
  • Manage Fire Risk Assessments (FRA) actions, identifying and prioritising fire related risks.
  • Undertake desk top reviews of Fire Risk assessments at planned intervals as per policy requirements.
  • Liaise with the Fire Safety Team to assist in managing Fire Risk Assessment timeframes.
  • Build and maintain effective and productive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Monitor and inspect repair and maintenance contract works. Working closely with the Asset Management team ensuring the quality of work undertaken during planned programmes.
  • Ensure approved materials, products and installation procedures are used during repair and maintenance works.
  • Provide Fire Safety advice to Repair and Maintenance contractors, to ensure that necessary void works are identified and undertaken.
  • Prepare Fire Safety reports as and when required.
  • Prepare scopes of works for one-off projects as required, to ensure compliance with current statutory Fire Safety regulation and guidance.
  • Undertake inspections to ensure that Fire Safety signage is present and communal areas are free of rubbish.
  • Ensure that Fire Information boxes contain up to date information, including where required Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPs).

The ideal candidate will hold a NEBOSH Fire Certificate or equivalent with experience of contract management and the ability to liaise with suppliers to ensure fire alarm, fire door and emergency lighting works and maintenance are delivered to standard.

The company offer hybrid working with typically 2 days per week based in the office and 3 days working from home or on-site.

Want to find out more? Simply apply for the role and I’ll call you back to discuss – all applications will be treated in strict confidence.

Bryan & Armstrong Ltd is a specialist Health & Safety recruiter, supplying Health & Safety professionals on an interim and permanent basis across the following disciplines: Health & Safety, Health, Safety & Environment, SHEQ, CDM, Fire, Environmental, Quality Management and Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Systems.