Are you interested in a role that’s less ‘heavy engineering’ and more about acting as a consulting partner to clients and advising them how to protect their facilities against risks? Welcome to FM Global, one of the world’s largest industrial and commercial property insurance companies. With our ongoing growth, we’re looking for either graduate engineers with at least a year’s experience in Industry or from more experienced engineers looking to join our Netherlands Risk Service team as a Consultant Risk Engineer.
Working independently from either your home or our Amsterdam Office, you’ll help managers of the world’s best-known companies make informed decisions about the threat of fire, structural problems, process, equipment, natural hazards and more. It’s about dealing with real people in real situations – and quickly seeing the impact of your professional advice. You could be evaluating a fire exposure at any type of manufacturing, power, chemical process or pharmaceutical plant, or a sprinkler system in a warehouse that will protect it from fire and the potential disruption of a total supply chain. You may also be providing guidance on planned maintenance, safety and control devices, or new builds and site modifications.
We’ll support you all the way, both to deliver exceptional service to our clients and benefit from our long-term career opportunities. You’ll start with a structured training programme including self-study, e-based assessment and mentoring. Then, in your first twelve months, you’ll undertake three practical courses at our training facilities in the US.
We embrace diversity and welcome applications from those with an engineering degree in construction & building, power generation, process or chemical, mechanical, fire or civil engineering, although we’re happy to consider other engineering disciplines. The ability to analyse and solve problems is important, as is a willingness to travel in the Netherlands and abroad. You’ll also need excellent communication and influencing skills (Dutch and English).