Engineering Tutor - Fire & Security Systems
- Date posted: Wednesday, 6 September 2023
- Closing date: Friday, 24 November 2023
- Location: Blackburn
- Salary: £30,450 - £31,500
- Contract type: Permanent
- Department: Engineering
- Hours: 37.5 hours per week
- Interview date: TBC
Are you an experienced, time served Fire Systems Engineer with a relevant Level 3 Qualification?
Do you have experience of design, installation, commissioning and fault rectification of various addressable and non-addressable fire panels?
Are you looking to step away from being on the tools every day, but still want to work within the industry?
Do you want to avoid call outs, shifts and those dreaded long days?
Do you want to become a fully qualified Tutor within the industry you know so well, fully funded by your new employer?
If you are interested in a career within the Fire Systems industry that offers an excellent work life balance, as well as several company benefits…
- Flexible hybrid working
- Set Monday to Friday, day time hours
- A 12:30pm Friday finish each week
- 27 days annual leave, rising by 1 day each year of service* plus bank holidays
- Paid Birthday leave
- Company mobile phone and laptop
- Access to company pool cars
- Full Teaching Qualification and A1 Assessors Award
- Quarterly CPD Training days
- A full company induction
- Continuous professional development and access to training courses
*up to a maximum of 35 days annual leave
Then we want to hear from you!
Training 2000, one of the UK’s largest Training Providers and part of the University of Central Lancashire are recruiting an Engineering Tutor – Fire & Security Systems.
This rare position is focused on supporting our future Fire Systems Engineers, imparting your invaluable skills, knowledge and behaviours to shape them into exceptionally talented, knowledgeable, experienced and fully qualified employees.
Don’t hold a teaching qualification? Don’t worry! Full teacher training will be provided as part of your role.
Please refer to the Role Profile for the full job description and for further information
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