INSURANCE-LOSS CONTROL-CLAIMS (UA-RISK-IUINA)
Primary function will be performing building inspections. The position will also conduct training classes for students, faculty, and staff on fire prevention matters. Will be required to respond to fire emergencies on IUPUI campus to provide support to local emergency crews. May be required to travel to other campuses to provide support to other Loss Control Inspectors.
Associate degree in a fire/safety program or a related field and two years of experience in fire code inspection/enforcement and/or fire safety. Fire safety experience could include experience as a firefighter. Combinations of education and related experience will be considered.
Indiana Certified Fire Inspector I or equivalent.
Possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Knowledge of and ability to clearly communicate the requirements of NFPA Codes and Standards, Factory Mutual Standards, applicable to the campus, state codes and local codes and ordinances. Ability to effectively present information to large groups and to a widely diverse population. Ability to project a positive, professional image of both the individual and the institution. Effective communication skills. Demonstrated interpersonal skills. Ability to proficiently use Windows-based programs.
Work Location Indianapolis, Indiana (IUPUI)
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