This jurisdictional position is primarily responsible for conducting in-service jurisdictional inspections of boilers and pressure vessels primarily located in Virginia. Preferred residence will be in the Roanoke, VA or Lynchburg, VA area(s).
For nearly two centuries, FM Global clients have relied on our unmatched expertise in creating engineering-driven risk management solutions. FM Global is the world's largest commercial property insurance and risk management organization specializing in large properties. More than one in three Fortune 1,000 companies, as well as leading international corporations, benefit from FM Global's superior financial strength, risk management skills and extensive expertise in loss prevention engineering and research.
Travel approximately 30%.
The Boiler Inspector (Jurisdictional Consultant I) is responsible for learning and developing the skills required to manage, inspect, evaluate, and consult with Clients at a variety of basic insured locations for jurisdictional purposes. These evaluations are conducted to verify equipment conditions are in compliance with Jurisdictional Regulations and FM Global Standards.
The Boiler Inspector accurately collects basic information (e.g., nameplate data, construction stamps, sizing, testing and maintenance) of equipment installations prior to obtaining a National Board Commission.
The position requires possessing or obtaining a National Board and state/provincial jurisdictional certifications, commissions, or licenses. Any additional training and experience required for obtaining certifications, commissions, or licenses will be provided.
The Boiler Inspector position reports directly to the Operations Chief Inspector, but will also take direction and/or work with mentors both in the field and office.
The individual will receive training as necessary (i.e. "Pre-Exam Course" offered by National Board or Ivy Tech) in order to obtain the National Board In-Service commission, and state/provincial jurisdictional certification/commissions or license. Additional support courses may be included as requirements may dictate. This training is expected to be completed within twelve months.
The position requires the individual to meet National Board In-Service commission qualification requirements Rules for Commissioned Inspectors (RCI-1 NB-263, National Board In-Service Inspector Training Program (NB-380), obtain a passing score on the National Board Exam and meet state/provincial certification requirements.
The individual must obtain a National Board Commission and certification from at least one jurisdiction within 24 months of entering this position.
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent.