• Jurisdictional Consultant II

    Location US-IL-Park Ridge
    Job ID
    2018-8132
    # Positions
    1
    Work Location
    Works from a home office
    Employee Type
    Regular
    Category
    Engineering - Other
  • Overview - External

    FM Global is a leading property insurer of the world's largest businesses, providing more than one-third of FORTUNE 1000-size companies with engineering-based risk management and property insurance solutions. FM Global helps clients maintain continuity in their business operations by drawing upon state-of-the-art loss-prevention engineering and research; risk management skills and support services; tailored risk transfer capabilities; and superior financial strength. To do so, we rely on a dynamic, culturally diverse group of employees, working in more than 100 countries, in a variety of challenging roles. This position reports to the Chicago Operations and services Indiana, Illinois, southern Wisconsin. The successful candidate will be centrally located within those territories.

    Responsibilities - External

    This position is responsible for conducting inspections of boilers and pressure vessel to verify if unit integrity is safe for continued use and operation. Inspections involve both internal and external inspection of boilers and pressure vessel. Many inspections involve physically entering these confined spaces and accessing elevated areas on inspected equipment. Such inspections are performed to comply with the jurisdictional rules and regulations of the state and/or city where the object is utilized, compliance with the National Board Inspection Code, the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, and FM Global procedures and standards, as well as following OSHA regulations.

    Qualifications - External

    Education:  The consultant will preferably have a BS degree in Engineering. However, depending on the level of experience and other factors, consideration will be given to an Associate's Degree from a 2-year technical school, or a high school diploma.

     

    It is preferred that the individual poses a National Board (NB) In-service Commission, or has passed the National Board’s examination for obtaining the NB “IS” commission within the last two years. Additional NB commissions or endorsements, and certificates of competency in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan are a plus. However, an individual not having NB In-service credentials will be considered depending on the level of experience involving the operation, maintenance and care of boilers.

     

    A valid driver’s license is an absolute necessity.

     

    Working Conditions:

    • Work Environment – Field Work, Confined Spaces, Dirty/Dusty/Noisy environments, wet/damp/hot/dark/congested work areas, near energized equipment, commuting to client locations.
    • Physical Activity – Frequent repetitive movement of arms, hands and wrists; constant hearing, speaking; constant seeing. Climbing ladders and stairways, entering manholes for internal inspection of jurisdictional objects. Ability to travel by public transportation and automobile.
    • Physical Effort (General) - Medium           
    • Physical Effort (Specific) – Occasional kneeling, crouching, crawling, sitting, lifting >25lbs, carrying, pushing, pulling, turning, bending, balancing, reaching, handling; frequent climbing, standing, walking stooping and lifting, capable of entering small confined spaces. 

    Experience:  

    The essential experience for this position is that required by the current National Board rules for commissioned inspectors in order to obtain the in-service NB commission.  Experience in general boiler and pressure vessel construction and inspection, mechanical and electrical equipment, understanding of management systems and good understanding of NDE methods and results are necessary. Experience with Praeses - Jurisdiction Online is a plus.

     

    Skills/Knowledge:         

    • Develop a technical understanding and applicability of FM Global Operating Standards O.S. 6-0, 6-4, 6-12, 6-18, 6-22, and 6-25, as well as 12-0 and 12-43.
    • Produce acceptable field trailing results to demonstrate competency over the course of a minimum of 800 hours by both trailing and being trailed. Documentation to be in accordance with NB 380 Section 3.1 to 3.4 (LAG I)
    • As skills and competencies are developed and proven, take on low risk field assignments without the direct trail of the Operations Chief Inspector or Mentor(s).
    • Good communication: oral, written, and listening
    • Good time management and organization
    • Good technical knowledge / education
    • Good problem solving
    • Basic computer applications

    Ability to work independently as well as part of a team