Graduate Fire Engineer 2018

THE JOB: Graduate Fire Engineer

The role will primarily consist of supporting our existing fire engineering team while working through our Graduate Training Programme. It will be an exciting, diverse and hands on role with opportunities to get involved with projects across the UK and worldwide. For instance tasks may include research and testing on major projects, liaising with clients, technical reviews of fire strategies from other organisations, drafting fire safety policy for the Home Office and some overseas work. 

You will be supported by some of the foremost fire safety professionals in the industry and encouraged to develop a broad knowledge base with professional recognition in an interesting and rewarding industry. Some of the projects we have been involved with include:

  • The 2012 Olympic Park Masterplan

  • One Hyde Park

  • The Royal Wharf development 

  • 4 Pancras Square


The role would suit a proactive and flexible engineer with good interpersonal skills and an ability to operate within a team and eventually independently. Good IT skills, a can do attitude and willingness to learn are essential.


  • The role attracts an excellent salary dependent on experience with generous holiday entitlement and is based in our Bicester office but may involve some overseas travel if desired. Additionally we offer:

  • A dynamic, flexible approach – We constantly evolve and have a culture of continuous improvement and critical review. 

  • Exposure to engineering excellence – Working in small teams with some of the best people in the business from a variety of backgrounds, ensures swift growth as an engineer. 

  • Industry influence – Through continued involvement and investment in special interest groups and committees, you can influence how the fire engineering industry progresses.

  • Friendly and supportive environment – Engineering is not just about strategies and design; it is about people, places, cultures, communication and a wide range of other skills. 

  • Continued professional development – You are not a small cog in a huge machine. If you have particular skills or interests, you will have the encouragement, financial backing and support to develop, lead a team, and shape how we evolve as a business.

  • Reward culture – We run a discretionary profit share bonus scheme where employees are given targets at the start of the year, and, if these are exceeded, share in the rewards.



Please respond in the first instance, enclosing a CV, to

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Trenton Fire Ltd

Murdock House

30 Murdock Road



OX26 4PP

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Trenton Fire Ltd

14 Rosebery Avenue