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Contract Passive Fire Product Compliance Engineer

  • Location: London
  • Sector: Quality
  • Job type: Contract
  • Job reference: JLW26382/1
  • Rate: £250-£300 a day
This vacancy has now expired.

Job description

Our client, which is located in London is now looking for a Contract Passive Compliance Engineer to join their highly successful team.

*** This role could be consider Part Time, Full Time or on an Ad Hoc basis ***

***A large majority of this role will be running risk assessments in client building and signing them off. Travel and accommodation with be expensed by the company ***

Experience required for this Contract Passive Compliance Engineering job:
> To provide expert advice and support to ensure compliance with relevant regulations and legislation - in accordance to nation and international fire safety standards.
> Have strong knowledge of auditing
> Participate in product Risk Assessments
> Develop and implement any required procedural changes.
> To be a competent spokesperson when dealing with customers and clients

To apply for this Contract Passive Compliance Engineering job based in London please email your CV to JWood@RedlineGroup.Com



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