Have you worked on housing building sites?

Do you understand how a house goes together?

Are you keen to develop a new skill as a passive fire inspector for houses & flats?

This role would suit someone who is looking to be involved in the review of passive fire protection & to take on a role with a busy consultancy that is tasked with assessing both new build houses and occupied properties.

You will be working on compartmentation, cavity barriers, fire doors, and fire-stopping methods. You’ll be working with the project manager to identify sites, coordinate operatives, assess barriers & produce a report and photographs for each piece of work.

It’s not essential that you have done this role before, it would suit someone who has come through a trades background and perhaps taken on an assistant site manager role on a housing site. It would also be a great role for a graduate who has studied building surveying or a similar degree – the company has building surveyors, project managers, and inspectors, so there may be room for progression.

You need to be comfortable traveling to sites – which will be South Bristol, Somerset & Wiltshire. You will be well organised, have some understanding of NHBC standards and building regulations & be calm under pressure. The company will fund a Fire Barriers training course for you as part of this role.

Drayton Fox Recruitment is acting on behalf of the client in regard to this vacancy.