Property Risk Engineering Consultant

WFPS - Denver, CO

Full-time | Part-time

Job Summary:

Conducting property loss control inspections of various commercial manufacturing facilities. Including evaluating building construction, hazards, protection systems, documenting findings and suggesting improvements as necessary in a report format. Accountable for providing quality and timely reviews.

Job Responsibilities:

  • On site visits to review property risk, work with clients to obtain pertinent information and details and assist in implementing risk improvement recommendations.
  • Detailed evaluation of automatic fire sprinkler systems, including ability to sketch sprinkler layout and perform hydraulic analysis.
  • Perform, witness or obtain on site water flow tests.
  • Identify and review various high piled storage arrangements and the commodity classifications.
  • Review, understand and explain various manufacturing process, the associated hazards and occupancy classifications.
  • Understand and explain business continuity conditions and remedies.
  • Convey the findings in a report shell format with superior quality.
  • Explain areas of improvement necessary for improved risk in effective recommendations.
  • As necessary provide a site sketch with appropriate property loss control information.
  • Communicate with underwriting personnel and provide guidance.


  • BS in Engineering preferred with professional focus in loss prevention engineering (PE, CFPS, NICET are plus).
  • Fire protection engineering experience.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of NFPA standards and FM data sheets
  • Minimum 3+ years’ experience in property loss control.
  • Ability to work independently and deliver against deadlines
  • Proficient with Word and Excel.
  • Knowledge of construction types and practices
  • Skilled in time management, and self-motivated to work independently of others.

Location: The position is flexible on location. Other areas of interest include the following states: Oregon, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, California, Minnesota, Idaho, Wyoming and New Mexico.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time


  • relevant: 3 years (Preferred)


  • Bachelor's (Preferred)