Keystone Experts and Engineers are currently seeking Full Time and Part Time/Subcontracted Fire Investigators to assist with fire origin and cause investigations throughout the U.S. Keystone Fire Investigators are responsible for determining the origin and cause of fire and explosion events within residential, commercial, and industrial sites, as well as vehicles, heavy machinery, farm equipment and recreational vehicles. After a thorough investigation, they clearly convey their findings, either verbally or in a written report to our clients within timelines that surpass industry standards.
Minimum NAFI-CFEI certification and the ability to obtain IAAI-CFI certification within the first year of hire. Active PI in state of residence, if required.
Able to perform fire investigations and consistently complete reports (verbal and written) according to Keystone’s guidelines for quality and timeliness
Willing to travel throughout state of residence and surrounding states
Possess thorough knowledge of NFPA 921 and NFPA 1033
Ability to work independently, with little direct supervision
Well organized and able to handle multiple projects simultaneously, in a fast-paced environment
Membership in nationally recognized origin and cause organizations (eg: IAAI or NAFI)
Must have the ability and readiness to learn new skills and techniques
Experience with Google Docs and other G-Suite applications is a plus
High school diploma or equivalent required, with relevant higher education preferred
5 openings. Telecommuting is allowed.
About Keystone Experts + Engineers, LLC
Headquartered in Colorado, Keystone Experts and Engineers is a fast-paced and rapidly
growing forensic engineering and expert firm serving clients in all 50 states, Puerto Rico,
and the District of Columbia.
Keystone’s commitment to our customers goes beyond industry standards. With our
streamlined process and leading edge technology, our highly-experienced experts and
engineers are able to deliver technical, fact-based reports with industry leading