* This company is specifically seeking candidates with military experience. *
Conduct regulatory and risk assessment inspections on insured equipment. The individual should have experience with boilers, pressure vessels, industrial, mechanical and electrical equipment. Risk survey experience is a plus. The successful candidate will inspect insured risks for the purpose of jurisdictional requirements and risk assessment activities to determine both insurance exposures as well as regulatory compliance to State pressure vessels laws.
−−High school diploma and technical working knowledge of commercial equipment.
−−Significant experience operating, maintaining or inspecting boilers, pressure vessels and machinery.
−−Applicants who do not presently hold a National Board Commission must have enough demonstrated knowledge to qualify for the National Board Exam.
−−Basic computer knowledge.
−−Must be an effective communicator in both written and verbal forms
−−National Board of Boiler & Pressure Vessel Inspectors Commission.
−−Technical College Graduate
−−Engineering degree (BSME, BSEE or BSCHE).
Benefits: Very generous benefit package following an introductory period, including:
−−Medical, Dental, Vision
−− Retirement Plan, Incentive Savings Plan (ISP) / 401(k)
−−Fleet Vehicle, which you can use for personal purposes as well
- Clean driving record (only 1 minor moving violation in 5 yrs. No DUI, Reckless driving)
- Ability to pass a background check (No Felonies)
- Training: Must be able to travel to OH, CT, and potentially other locations for training. Initial Training to Exam takes approx. 3.5 months. Some of this time you’ll be onsite at your home facility. You must be able to travel for 2-3 weeks at a time during training period.