Senior Fire Consultant Hydrock is an independently owned multidisciplinary consultancy, of circa 500 staff, operating out of 16 offices in the UK. We are one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For and a champion of well-being (note our recent Health and Wellbeing Leader of the Year award at the NCE100). We are currently growing at 10% per annum and believe part of our success is looking after our people and our values help create a unique, dynamic, working environment. Feedback from our client listening programme and employee surveys indicates we are great to work with, whether providing a service to a client or rewarding employment to an employee! Within Hydrock, the Senior Fire Consultant holds responsibility for the delivery of Fire Safety Services at client sites across the UK, including risk assessments, reports and recommendations. Based from our London office, with regular travel and overnight stays, this role will give you the opportunity to work on varied projects. From concept to construction, our fire engineering expertise helps to optimise design and ensure complex buildings are compliant with regulations. Our team has extensive experience working on public sector, residential, commercial, industrial and high hazard process construction projects. We deliver a range of engineering services for each step of the development process; from site appraisal, through planning, design and delivery services for all types of projects. The successful applicant will have significant experience as a consultant, delivering first class service in both residential and commercial properties, relevant fire qualifications and professional membership with a fire institute. You will be self-motivated, conscientious and an expert in your field looking to join a growing business that wants to support your development. This role (and team) will take ownership of projects after our designers have completed the stage 5 report. Responsibilities: * Ensure that the integrity of Fire Safety Strategies are upheld during the Construction phase of design; * Undertake commissioning of fire safety systems prior to building occupation; * Complete pre and post occupation FRA's; * Provide specialist, technical advice and support in line with The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005; * Provide Fire Warden Training; * Produce Fire Safety Management Plans; * PAS 7 audits; * Produce evacuation plans. Requirements: * Proven and previous experience in the completion of Fire Risk Assessments; * Recognisable and professional qualification in fire risk assessments; * Commitment to CPD; * Member of the Institution of Fire Engineers; * Recognised 3rd Party Accreditation with the Institution of Fire Engineers Register of Fire Risk Assessors or a similar industry related scheme is desirable; * Ability to hold an autonomous role with excellent time management; * High levels of literacy and written communication skills; * Excellent verbal communication skills; * Plan and organise workloads in order to meet timeframes for service delivery. What can you expect? Inspired and motivated colleagues. A great team, office and employer. A genuine opportunity to create and to be recognised and rewarded. The remuneration package will include a competitive salary, employer pension contribution, 25 days annual leave (with the option to buy/sell up to five days), well-being bonus and a wide variety of flexible benefits. There are also little things like a paid day off for good causes and free fresh fruit in every office. Check out our 2019 wrap up video here. We have several team, office, regional and divisional events but 'Challenge Day' is when the whole company comes together for a paid day of fun! You can check out our most recent Challenge Day here! A career with Hydrock offers you the chance to achieve your potential in a strongly people-focused and values-led business that provides great opportunities for professional and personal development. Hydrock is an Equal Opportunities Employer.