Service Technician Sprinklers

Posted 30 April 2021
Job type Permanent
Contact NameDorota Czupryn

Job description

What you will do

The Sprinkler Service technician will service, test and commission automatic sprinkler systems to the relevant standards and to provide the highest level of customer service through the maximisation of resources and sensitivity to costs and budgets.

Also required at times to fabricate, install and carry out repairs to Automatic Sprinkler system pipework and components. Attend callouts as and when required in order to meet customer demands and internal processes / rotas.

How you will do it

To service, test and install the appropriate pipework / systems; dismantle and reconstruct equipment as required by the customer or Tyco.
Work safely and responsibly to avoid injuries, damage to property, loss of unused materials and cleans up installation / service debris and waste correctly.
Follow and service / test and repair in accordance with relevant service standards.
Follow and install in accordance with relevant fabrication drawings / instructions.
Report and document fully any changes, deficiencies or deviations in systems.
Correctly complete Engineer work reports, handover certificates / pressure test certificates or checklist as appropriate.
Adapt to various working environments, demonstrate ability to minimise risk and maintain a clean Health and Safety record.

Qualifications - External

What we look for


Demonstrate a successful track record of achievement
Preferable time served within a technical environment such as fire Sprinkler Systems
Must possess sound industry knowledge and have proven background through recognised apprenticeship or hold similar qualification
Knowledge of the British Standard BSEN12845 and Factory Mutual regulations
Full clean driving license
Ability to lift, carry and climb ladders. To carry equipment, ie; pipework etc up and down ladders ensuring conformance to health and safety requirements. Ability to work at high level when required.
Ability to use power tools to repair and / or dismantle systems pipework or components.


Preferred to possess LPCB Module 1 and Module 2 Qualifications.