Fire Door Inspector

Job Details

To work with the Fire Safety Officer and other members of the team to deliver a communal
fire door inspection programme within Housing in respect of communal fire doors across
the Housing section property portfolio of residential blocks. To ensure the effective and
efficient delivery of the service. To be responsible for delivering operational KPIs in respect
of communal door inspections.


● To undertake fire door inspections to agreed cycles, validating their compliance with
relevant standards and recording and arranging any associated repairs to ensure
that they comply with the relevant standards.
● Ensuring that the delivery of the fire door inspection programme is to the highest
standards, providing technical advice and outstanding customer service.
● Recording of all inspections, recommendations and remedial actions ensuring a
robust audit trail of works undertaken using agreed methods and systems.
● To work closely cross departmentally to implement systems of control for any
surveys, inspection or works to fire doors.
● To travel efficiently and effectively between various locations to conduct routine
inspections of communal fire doors, meeting the operational requirements of the
● To raise remedial works identified during the fire door inspections that could not be
immediately rectified at the time of survey and post inspect completed works,
validating the compliance of the door and updating records in a timely manner.
● To identify opportunities for service improvements and make recommendations,
ensuring that changes are introduced and implemented effectively and efficiently.
● Keep up to date with current legislation, best practice and thinking with respect to
relevant technical developments in the construction industry and attend various best
practice, focus groups and workshops where required.
● Build and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders and
customers across the business.
● To attend and contribute to the corporate and departmental health and safety
committees and working group meetings.

Pay rate: £25 per hour umbrella

Three to six months contract with view to extend or make permanent