Lawrence Webster Forrest (LWF), Fire Engineering and Fire Risk Management Consultants
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Freephone: 0800 410 1130
E-mail: fire@lwf.co.uk

Recruitment

LWF are a leading consultancy specialising in fire safety engineering and other related engineering disciplines and are always interested in receiving C.V.'s from personnel with relevant experience.


Junior Technician

Junior Technician
Permanent position - 0900 - 17.30
Salary £12,000.00 - £14,000.00 per annum
25 days per annum annual leave plus bank holidays
Full training provided

This is a fantastic opportunity for a young ambitious individual to join a leading independent
Fire Engineering & Fire Risk Management Consultancy based in Kenley, Surrey.

Working alongside our Fire Engineers and Fire Surveyor you will be responsible for assisting
collating documents and producing fire strategy drawings for inclusion in clients reports.

For the right individual training will be provided in Computer Aided Design (using the latest AutoCAD Software). Training will also be provided to allow you to develop an understanding of fire

Ideally 'A' Level or BTEC qualifications are required, however you must have a good grade in Maths, English & DT at GCSE. You must also have:

A good understanding of computer technology and keyboard skills (inc MS Office).

Demonstrate an ability to multi task and adhere to deadlines.

Show good attention to detail.

Knowledge of technical drawing or similar would be advantageous.

Have an understanding and eye for presentation.

Have excellent communication skills - written and spoken.

Demonstrate a willingness to learn progress and advance.

Demonstrate good time keeping

If interested apply in writing, attaching CV to fire@lwf.co.uk

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