As an Accredited Practitioner (Fire Safety) Consultant, you’ll contribute to a diverse range of consultancy services to our growing client base. You’ll complete assessments of Essential Fire Safety Measures, however, the difference being that at Credwell we rarely endorse measures on an Annual Fire Safety Statement.
We offer unbiased assessment services and advice to our clients to ensure compliance with building regulations and the National Construction Code – and we do it with unrivalled precision, expertise, and attention to detail.
You’ll also work collaboratively with senior members of the team, who will provide mentoring and growth opportunities to match your interests. You will be focused and possess a willingness to continually learn and improve not only yourself but those around you.
Upon starting we expect you to be able to hit the ground running with support along the way.
By working closely in collaboration with your team you will have the backing of the Credwell Group to take on bigger and more challenging projects and branch into new and exciting areas as your career progresses.
At Credwell, we solve our clients’ toughest challenges within Australia’s building regulation space every day – including large residential apartment buildings, major hospitals, infrastructure projects, historic buildings, commercial developments, large residential projects, and legal battles.
We offer specialist assessment services to ensure statutory compliance with building regulations and the National Construction Code (NCC) – and we do it with unrivalled precision, expertise, and attention to detail.
Credwell Accredited Practitioner (Fire Safety) Consultants have the role of working with members of the team to provide unbiased compliance advice in all areas of Essential Fire Safety Measures compliance and certification.
You will be working on a variety of projects from construction to annual certification and beyond.
The role includes site inspections of buildings under construction as well as existing buildings whilst providing compliance advice, as well as organising and attending meetings with clients and contractors as necessary.
We are looking for someone with some or all of the following:
- A minimum of two years fire safety assessment experience
- Fire Safety Assessor accreditation in numerous fire safety measures
- A solid knowledge of the Building Code of Australia
- A high-level understanding of the current and previous Australian Standards for fire safety measures such as fire hydrants, sprinklers, emergency lighting and smoke detection
- Experience in negotiating with Councils and FRNSW
- Proactive attitude
- Strong communication and report writing skills.
We envisage an extremely competitive salary package that includes a bonus structure that is the envy of our industry. We are looking for the best in our industry.
Also on offer is a 9-day fortnight plus an extra 5 days of leave per year on top of the normal 20 days. That’s a total of 51 days off per year.
Any applications will be kept in strict confidence. No agencies please.