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Field Service Engineer - Fire Alarms

Field Service Engineer - Fire Alarms

  • Location:

    Dublin City Centre

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  • Job type:

    Full Time

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  • Salary:

    €45,000 - 50,000

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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  • Consultant:

    Jasper Wiley

Job description

About Your New Employer

  • A company with a wide variety of clients and projects across numerous industries.
  • A significant global building safety system provider with offerings across a range of sectors.
  • A company with solid long-term growth and sustained expansion prospects.

About Your New Job

  • As a Field Service Engineer, you will be maintaining and servicing fire detection, suppression, and alarm systems.
  • Responding politely and promptly to customer questions and concerns.
  • Responding to emergency activations and attendances that the service desk has received.
  • Providing regular updates on relevant activity.
  • Offering direction during on-site inspections and identifying customer needs.
  • Take part in product training if necessary, and learn about and keep up a full awareness of the company's product portfolio.

Skills You'll Need

  • To apply for this Field Service Engineer job, you will previous experience in a position that involves working with fire alarm systems.
  • A relevant electrical degree is also ideal.

What's Available

  • A generous compensation package.
  • The opportunity to work for a market leader in the fire safety/security system industry.

What’s Next 

  • If you’re interested in hearing more about this Fire Systems Field Service Engineer job, apply through the “Apply Now” button or call me, Jasper Wiley on + 353 1 474 4623.

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