Work for us

We are hiring!

We are pleased to announce that we have a new vacancy across several departments.

The job specifications can be downloaded below and your application can be submitted below the job specifications.

If you have any questions please contact Adam Richardson on [email protected]

About the FIA

The Fire Industry Association (FIA) is the primary trade association for manufacturers, installers, designers and maintainers of portable extinguishers, fire detection and fire protection systems and much more in the UK. We have over 1000+ member companies and we supply a range of services, from technical training courses, regional conferences, exhibitions, and events. We are Europe’s largest fire safety association, and we promote and shape legislation and the professional standards of the fire industry through close liaison with government and official bodies, as well as other key stakeholders.

We are proud of our growth alongside our members over the last 5 years, we now represent 1000+ businesses from FTSE 500 multi-national companies to small family-run businesses that all play their part in this crucial industry. These roles provide a great opportunity for ambitious, driven and talented individuals to make a real tangible difference in the fire industry. The FIA is situated at the heart of our meaningful, exciting and important industry and as such offers the right individuals the chance to grow and develop their careers whilst working in a supportive, collaborative and understanding team.

We offer competitive pay, great career experience at the cutting edge of a vital industry, up to 33 days of holiday (including bank holidays), a personal training budget of £500 plus all FIA training is free, a chance to shape the future of the fire industry, a cycle to work scheme and much more.

Technical Officer


We are looking for an individual who will take responsibility for the technical support provided to members. They will work on a mix of training provision & development, the provision of advice on many aspects of fire protection, and preparing explanatory literature and website material. They will be involved in organising and participating in meetings and preparing the agenda and minutes.

Delivering both training and CPD presentations either online or in person. They will act as the FIA representative on selected technical working groups such as industry stakeholders and standards bodies. This role will work with the existing Technical Managers on a broad range of matters to ensure the Technical Department meets its objectives.

If you have any questions please contact Adam Richardson on [email protected]