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Property Risk Control Consultant, Toronto

Published 2022-05-23
Expires 2022-06-23
ID #1009097101
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Property Risk Control Consultant, Toronto
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published May 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Property risk control consultant


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Offer: Driven by technology and fuelled by innovation, HSB is Canada’s premier specialty insurance and applied technology services provider. Offering 150 years of technical and service excellence, we are focusing on emerging trends and unlocking new opportunities for clients. Today, we are accelerating, changing the future of insurance and risk solutions, for a modern world. At HSB, we value the strengths and contributions of our diverse workforce. We offer continuous learning opportunities, giving you flexibility to grow in your career while enjoying a healthy work-life balance and a collaborative approach in our coast-to-coast network of offices. Become part of a rewarding and impactful workplace experience while seeing first-hand technologies and risk solutions that are changing the way we live and work. HSB is much more It’s insurance. Engineering. Technology. To learn more about us, please visit www.hsb.ca. Profile: Engineering degree, diploma, or equivalent education.. Professional Engineering (or C.E.T) designation or in progress. Minimum 7 years of experience in fire protection and property loss control. Knowledge of Building & Fire Codes, Fire Protection Codes and Standards (NBC, NFC, NFPA and other relevant codes). Knowledge of mechanical engineering with experience in operation & maintenance practices an asset. Strong verbal and written communication skills in English. Previous exposure to the insurance industry is not required, but would be considered an asset. Must be able to work independently as well as with team members. Able to travel within North America and overseas.

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