Engineering Internship
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Engineering Internship

Employer
FM Global
Salary
Competitive salary
Location
Windsor
Time left to apply
5 days to apply on Prospects

Job description

We are currently seeking an intern to join us as a Plan Review Engineer for up to three months from June 2018. As well as getting an in-depth understanding of the work of our Risk Engineering Consultants, this role involves supporting our office based engineering team with the application of loss prevention concepts and the in-depth review of technical drawings and specifications for new construction projects. The work also involves a focus on the analysis of associated automatic fire protection systems to ensure that designs are in accordance with FM Global’s Property Loss Prevention Standards.

In return we will offer you full training and the opportunity to develop your technical and interpersonal skills in a world class organisation.

Company information


FM Global is one of the world’s leading specialist commercial property insurers with a reputation for cutting edge loss prevention engineering and property conservation practices. Typically, our customers are multi-national corporations who seek out assistance to improve business continuity and resilience throughout their global operations.

Person requirements

  • Excellent communication skills, flexibility and the willingness to work as part of a professional team are essential.

Qualifications and experience requirements

  • Ideally you will be an engineering undergraduate with a predicted 2:1 or above in mechanical, electrical, civil or chemical engineering.

Accepted degree subjects

chemical engineering · mechanical engineering · electronic and electrical engineering · civil engineering and construction

Salary

Competitive salary

Location

Windsor

How to apply

Closing date: 28/04/2018

This job listing will no longer be available on Prospects from 28/04/2018

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