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Fire Investigation Engineer Expiring soon Paid Listing

701725ea6500

Neuvo Canada

Negotiable

Vancouver, Canada

Canada

Aerospace / Aviation Engineering

ASAP

07/07/2019

21/08/2019

Permanent | Full Time






Job Description: JENSEN HUGHES has a job opportunity for a Fire Investigation Engineer located in Vancouver. We also could consider a candidate based out of onother one of our offices to include Richmond, Toronto or possibly Alberta. The primary focus of this position will be to perform origin and cause fire investigations and provide expert opinions regarding their findings. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter that can establish and maintain contacts and has a drive for building a business.

Responsibilities

•Conduct origin & cause investigations using accepted industry standards including, but not limited to appropriate digital and film photography, video, diagrams, and written/recorded statements
•Document, collect, secure, and transport evidence; ensuring chain of custody procedures are followed
•Apply knowledge of failure analysis
•Provide honest and unbiased analysis and consultation on various fires and explosions
•Perform field studies and research on a daily basis
•Must travel to perform investigations
•Will have close client interaction often dealing with sensitive and confidential information
•Will communicate with customers to provide timelines and project updates on a consistent basis
•Must provide expert testimony for court cases
•Must have superior customer service skills
•Will provide timely, detailed written reports
•Must have the ability to work efficiently with little or no supervision
Requirements: •Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant engineering discipline (electrical, mechanical, chemical)
•3-5 years of experience in conducting field reviews, fire/safety investigations, risk assessments, computer modeling, or fire testing
•CFEI and/or CFVI qualifications are considered an advantage
•Advanced training in fire protection engineering, fire pattern recognition, fire-fighting, or related field
•Additional training, experience, or education in the forensic sciences is considered an asset
•Good working knowledge of National, Provincial and local Building Codes
•Exceptional verbal, technical, and written communication skills in the English language
•Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills



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