Jurisdictional Consultant II
Park Ridge, Illinois
At FM Global, we work with many of the world’s largest organizations to help protect their commercial and industrial property against threats. Our field engineers specialize in a wide range of disciplines, including electrical, mechanical, chemical, civil and industrial engineering, as well as fire protection.
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- Attention to Detail
- Customer Focus
- Decisiveness & Judgment
- Flexibility & Achieving Change
- Gets Results
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Sr. Consultant engineer
employee since 2007
I play a part in building a bright future that can weather any storm.
Many times, the safety of entire communities is influenced by our work. On one project in Florida, I worked with a client to make sure a critical 911 communications facility would be operable during and after a Category 5 hurricane. Advising them on things like how to protect vital generator systems and helping them make costeffective design decisions, I had a hand in building something truly substantial. In the end, our client was happy to have a partner that understood and worked with them to meet their unique needs.
See how FM Global and East Kentucky Power Cooperative partner to manage boiler and machinery risk.
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Depending on your role, we offer a company vehicle to suit your traveling needs.
Your financial goals are important to us, so we offer retirement programs that reflect local policy and custom.
Your time at FM Global should be valuable and enriching, with plenty of opportunities for skills development and career growth.
Eligible employees participate in an incentive plan based on the company achieving its annual financial goals.
More information about this job:
The Jurisdictional Consultant II is primarily responsible to inspect, evaluate, and consult with clients at a variety of insured locations, excluding intermediate or more advanced environments (e.g. complex piping, multi-stage water treatment, sophisticated controls, fluid dynamics, and moderate commercial / industrial or high risk applications).
The Jurisdictional Consultant II will accurately collect and appraise basic information (e.g., nameplate data, construction stamps, sizing, testing, maintenance, operation and condition) of equipment installations.The Jurisdictional Consultant II will have an understanding of, and be able to consult on, regulatory or jurisdictional requirements and FM Global Standards as part of the pressure equipment evaluation process.Clients will be appropriately informed of actions needed for compliance and risk reduction.Service area to include northern Indiana and eastern/central Illinois.
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent.
This position is an intermediate level position requiring basic, but developing; technical, evaluative, and consulting skills.
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), and meet state/provincial certification requirements.
Two years or more of field experience inspecting pressure equipment is required.Experience shall include boiler and pressure vessel operation, construction, inspection, related mechanical and electrical equipment, understanding of management systems, and understanding of appropriate nondestructive methods and results.
The Consultant II will obtain the experience and training necessary to be qualified to review routine repairs in accordance with the NBIC and FMIC requirements.