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Lead Director - Fire Engineering

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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Lead Director - Fire Engineering
Reference #: 46516_1617701541
Location: London
Salary: £120000 - £150000 per annum
Benefits: DOE
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Type: Permanent
Posted On: 06/04/2021

Join a specialist compliance firm working with major property and construction clients in London. They offer a broad range of design driven consultancy services in support of construction and development projects for a across commercial, high-end resi and retail and hotel sectors.

Significant growth in the Fire Engineering business has led to a recent restructure of the team. As a result the company has created a new role for a Director of Fire Engineering to head up the service line, managing the existing Chartered Fire Engineers

This role would be well suited to a Fire Engineer who is an Associate Director or Director level in a practice and is looking for a change, or a Fire Engineer with line management experience who runs a small business and wants to merge with a larger practice.

The business can put together a lucrative package, including a highly competitive basic salary and bonus structure. You will also have complete autonomy over diary, and work location so the role is open to someone working internationally as long as you can still manage the team remotely. This role offers genuine flexibility for someone to be based from home, whilst still being involved in an engaging and dynamic team of specialists.

We are working exclusively on this role for one of our key clients. For a confidential discussion around the opportunity contact Dominic Jacques on 020 7960 2551.

Mattinson Partnership brings together recruitment expertise with hands-on experience. Through our knowledge of the industry, we are able to provide a unique and specialist service. We respect the need for absolute confidentiality and offer every assurance that your application will be handled with the highest levels of professionalism. We actively encourage applications from all sectors of the community.

 
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