More information about this job: Overview: 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.
Responsibilities: Do you know how a power plant operates or why
a transformer has a malfunction? Can you explain high cycle
fatigue, flow associated corrosion? Have you ever seen a turbo
generator break down, a lube oil fire or witness a steam turbine
fail? Would you like to? FM Global is currently expanding its
Boiler & Machinery engineering consultant teams around the
At FM Global, you have the power to influence outcomes and make
a difference in the future – yours and your clients. When you join
our team, you can leverage your engineering background to help
clients neutralize potential disasters—saving property and
With the company’s nearly two centuries of knowledge and
experience behind you, you’ll work hands on with some of the
world’s most influential organizations, helping them understand
risk and protect their assets.
On an account wide and corporate basis, the Boiler & Machinery
Account Engineer I evaluates and assesses the nature, probability
and magnitude of loss potential and communicates this to a
customer/prospect and account team. Experienced engineers will use
their expertise to consult with clients to protect their facilities
against mechanical and electrical breakdowns, fire and many other
hazards. The incumbent prioritizes the exposures, ensures the
customer understands the hazard and the risk to their facilities,
agrees to the solution and implements the needed changes. Through
teamwork with FM Global field engineering, underwriting, claims and
new business development, the Boiler & Machinery Account Engineer I
provides a responsive service with innovative solutions to
challenges that will foster long-term customer relationships.
The Account Engineer I is involved in medium to large sizes
accounts with complex processes and unique occupancy hazards.
Experienced engineers will interact with high hazard FM Global
clients within the PowerGen, Steel & Aluminum, Semiconductor,
Mining, Chemical and similar industries.
Additional responsibilities include:
Evaluate the integrity and reliability of equipment, identify
hazards and deficiencies to deliver focused risk improvement
solutions and reduce equipment risk.
Utilize Operating standards, data sheets and guides to provide
risk guidance and implement best practices.
Collaborate with Field Engineering, Operations Engineering,
Account Management and Underwriting on Boiler & Machinery
Develop and manage an engineering resource plan that meets
company and individual customer/prospect needs.
Accurately assess and evaluate global risk information to obtain
a competitive advantage for our customers, prospective customers
and FM Global.
Manage the achievement of global engineering consistency on an
Obtain customer/prospect understanding and agreement on the key
hazards and the corporate impact of the exposures.
Consistently achieve risk improvement on a corporate basis.
Effectively manage change with corporate customers.
Manage the customer engineering relationship.
Consistently illustrate value-added differential of FM Global
engineering to our corporate customer/prospect.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with a
concentration in either electrical, mechanical or chemical
Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a high hazard industry such as
power generation, chemical, nuclear, mining, pulp & paper,
manufacturing or maritime
Must possess knowledge of electrical and/ or mechanical power
generation and associated equipment and systems such as rotating
equipment, boilers, generators, system interrelationships and
knowledge of safety devices. Industrial Control Systems experience
At least 4 years’ experience, as a loss prevention consultant
with FM Global or another HPR carrier preferred.
Demonstrated experience to understand basic machinery and
equipment along with hands on exposure
Candidates will possess strong verbal and written communication
skills, proficiency in MS Office products is required
Candidates must be analytical, organized and have good problem
solving and interpersonal skills
Ability to balance attention to detail with focus on key
Possess strong risk identification and quantification skills,
including interdependencies and business impact.
Basic knowledge of insurance concepts.
Both office and travel time required on a regular basis. Total
work time out of the office is estimated to be 35% of total