If you like a challenge and want to work at the forefront of Fire Engineering, then a career at Crossfire awaits you!
The variety of work and the range of clients we work with mean no day is identical to any other. You could be working at the start of concept design through to a site build and final inspection sign off.
Remember, we don’t just do the fire engineering but also the fire protection design. So you get to see a diverse range of build projects. Learn more about Fire Engineering .
If detailed analysis is your thing, then the B-RISK and FDS computer fire modelling we do will be up your alley. We use Pyrosim to build FDS models and Pathfinder for pedestrian modelling – but don’t worry if you haven’t used them before, we will teach you how to use all these software packages.
To work here ideally you will have an engineering degree, preferably at Masters level in Fire Engineering. If you haven’t yet become a qualified Fire Engineer, we can support you through the University of Canterbury Fire Engineering programme. Successful candidates can get financial support for course fees and paid study leave.
Salaries are paid at market rates.
If your experience is not in New Zealand, don’t worry – Crossfire would like to hear from you. While our building code will be different from your home experience, you will quickly learn what you need.
Working at Crossfire you will work on all levels of fire engineering design. The firm is growing fast and we are successfully competing against the larger firms that have 20-40 people doing the same work. This is your chance to make your mark.