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Careers


Would you like to work for an energetic expanding market leading company? Drive, passion and ambition are the key elements needed to join a great team.


SCCI Alphatrack specialise in Security, Life Safety & TV Media solutions working for some of the largest names in Social Landlords, Home Builders, Government, Hospitality and Broadcasters in the UK



NSG Satellite & Aerial Trainee Engineer


Location: Southampton/Fareham/Portsmouth area


Salary: Dependant on experience + overtime



Role Overview


Skilled Engineer: customer facing, providing a service to our commercial clients, across a broad spectrum including hotel chains, bookmakers and cinemas.


You should have proven industry experience and hold a full driving license; valid Working at Height training would be an advantage, as would a current CSCS card.


You will be required to work overtime, participate in the weekend callout rota and be flexible with regard to your working hours.



Lead Engineer (London)


Location: London


Salary: Salary & Benefits upon application



Role Overview


Lead Engineer required to work within our Combined Services department to be responsible for managing and the delivery of Engineering for Fire & Life Safety / Security industry particularly Door Entry, CCTV, Access Control, Warden Call, Gates & Barriers, Fire Detection & Alarms Systems, Fire Extinguishers.



Responsibilities:


  • Maximising efficiency and productivity of Engineering population within remit including monitoring first time fix rate; stock control; administration compliance; identifying and addressing training needs; managing performance; providing advice and support.

  • Personal compliance with all defined processes, procedures and policies.

  • Ensuring team have clear direction, feedback and recognition for their activities whilst swiftly addressing any performance issues.

  • Providing leadership, advice and effective communication to direct reports on all policy, procedure or process requirements to minimize non-compliance from point of Employee induction and on an ongoing basis.

  • Ensuring that budgets are met via close working relationship with Engineering team and Contract Manager. Controlling costs to improve service margins and maximise income.

  • Managing Engineer activity to control and reduce lost time (nonproductive hours) – working closely with Business Services Administration to ensure efficient route and resource scheduling.



Lead Engineer (Birmingham)


Location: Birmingham & Surrounding Area


Salary: Excellent Salary & Benefits package upon application



Role Overview


Lead Engineer required to work within our Combined Services department to be responsible for managing and the delivery of Engineering for Fire & Life Safety / Security industry. In particular, Fire Detection & Alarms Systems, Fire Extinguishers * Door Entry, CCTV, Access Control, Warden Call, Gates & Barriers.



Responsibilities:


  • Maximising efficiency and productivity of Engineering population within remit including monitoring first time fix rate; stock control; administration compliance; identifying and addressing training needs; managing performance; providing advice and support.

  • Personal compliance with all defined processes, procedures and policies.

  • Ensuring team have clear direction, feedback and recognition for their activities whilst swiftly addressing any performance issues.

  • Providing leadership, advice and effective communication to direct reports on all policy, procedure or process requirements to minimize non-compliance from point of Employee induction and on an ongoing basis.

  • Ensuring that budgets are met via close working relationship with Engineering team and Contract Manager. Controlling costs to improve service margins and maximise income.

  • Managing Engineer activity to control and reduce lost time (nonproductive hours) – working closely with Business Services Administration to ensure efficient route and resource scheduling.



Fire and Life Safety Service Engineer


Location(s): No Set Location


Salary:Salary & Benefits upon application



Engineers required to work in our Combined Service department to be responsible for the quality delivery of day-to-day Engineering activities in the field including attendance at allocated reactive service calls, planned and preventative maintenance (PPM) works, repairing or reporting faults and effective verbal communications between customers and the HO Administration team.


  • Experience in BS5839 parts 1 & 6 - Service & Maintenance and an understanding of Design and installation (For both Conventional and Addressable Fire alarm systems)

  • Experience in BS5266 Service & Maintenance and an understanding of Design and installation.

  • Experience in BS9991 Service & Maintenance and an understanding of Design and installation.

  • Electrical qualifications as per BS7671; City & Guilds Electrical Installations (Not essential but should be able to prove competency in “safe isolation”)

  • Experience in fault finding diagnostics, with the confidence to carryout initial assessments on unfamiliar systems. (i.e. Door Entry, Access Control, CCTV and Gates & Barriers)

  • FIA certification – desired (modules 1, 4, 5 & ICEL Emergency Lighting)

  • Willing to train and adapt to technological advances

  • Good communication skills with the Office / Managers / Client


Must have and continue to have at all times:

  • have a valid right to work in the UK,

  • hold a valid UK driving licence,

  • successful screening check to NSI Gold standard or as required by the Company.


Engineer Multi-skilled (Security)


Location(s): London & Surrounding


Salary: Salary & Benefits upon application



Multi Skilled field engineers required to work within our Combined Services department, you should ideally have:


  • An excellent knowledge of and extensive experience of operating as a multi-skilled Security Engineer within the security industry - Door Entry, Access Control, CCTV, Warden Call.

  • Ability to work alone according to company policy and responsibly in the field.

  • Previous experience of working in social sector premises an advantage

  • Knowledge of basic computer systems for completion of administration systems in the field (e.g. previous use of PDA or IPhone)

  • Excellent knowledge of security products and systems

  • Strong awareness of relevant H&S requirements for operating in this role

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Qualified modern apprenticeship to Level 2/3 NVQ vocational framework with relevant City and Guilds Electronic Security and Emergency Systems 1853, or equivalent.


Must have and continue to have at all times:

  • have a valid right to work in the UK,

  • hold a valid UK driving licence,

  • successful screening check to NSI Gold standard or as required by the Company.



Feel free to send us your CV even if you don’t see a position available for you right now

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