Career Opportunities

Below are current job openings available with the National Board and also open positions with NBBI member jurisdictions.

Open Positions at the National Board

The National Board employs approximately 85 people, many of whom are technical experts within their fields. The business-casual, service-oriented work culture combined with a comprehensive benefits package, affords employees an exceptional balance of work and home life. Benefits include: medical, vision, dental, long term and short term disability and life insurance; flexible paid time off (PTO); opportunities for position-related training and continuing education assistance; plus a generous 401k contribution plan. Click HERE to learn more about the National Board and its key functions.

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 Clerical - Document Review/Scanning Associate

Clerical - Document Review/Scanning Associate

The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors, an international safety organization, seeks a quality individual for a full time Document Review/Scanning position. This entry level position requires clerical review of technical documents with attention to detail, basic computer skills and the ability to work with others. Knowledge of process for scanning documents a plus.

Please submit your resume to Julie Diehl at Please specify the position for which you are appyling.


 Order Processing Associate

Order Processing Associate


The Order Processing Associate processes requests for publications and copies of manufacturers' data reports. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (includes the following but other duties may be assigned)

  • Processes requests for publications and copies of manufacturers' data reports which are made via the telephone, fax, website, or by written request.
  • Generates invoices for this activity.


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


High school diploma or general education degree (GED)


  • One (1) year general office experience
  • Customer service experience


  • General office procedures
  • Basic computer skills and word processing


  • Effectively handle heavy telephone traffic

  • Manage time well

  • Follow through on assignments

  • Work consistently and accurately

  • Work well with others

Please submit your resume to Julie Diehl at Please specify the position for which you are appyling.


 Publications Editor

Publications Editor

Are you a creative professional looking for a reliable work environment where your ideas and contributions are valued? A place where your work makes an impact, and you can distinguish yourself as the go-to expert writer and editor?

NBBI is the worldwide leader in pressure equipment safety. Our offices are centrally located in Columbus, Ohio, and our Communications Department is actively seeking a publications editor. In this role you will lead the editorial vision for an industry-leading trade magazine that has been in print since 1943. This position offers diverse tasks: writing, editing, content sourcing and relationship building, social media/marketing activity, and helping to plan and execute industry meetings and events. We also want your fresh ideas and collaborative energy to develop new materials. The Communications Department is a small group of creatives who work independently and together to make a big impact in our specialized but vital industry.

When you join the NBBI organization, you receive job stability (we’ve been around for over 101 years), a friendly atmosphere (no corporate grind here), great hours, over 17 paid holidays a year (in addition to flexible time off), and other great benefits. Join our team and put your creative writing, editing, and publication management experience to work.


Editorial Oversight and Content Curation of the BULLETIN Magazine and other Communications Department Projects

  • Plans, develops, strategizes, and produces the organization’s professional technical journal, the BULLETIN, which is published three times a year.
  • Edits and proofs drafts through the process to a final version; obtains supporting images; and proofs the completed magazine before it goes to print.
  • Researches and writes stories, briefs, and content as needed.
  • Writes/edits headlines, cutlines/image captions.
  • Recruits and maintains positive, professional relationships with engineering staff and outside industry experts.
  • Guides the progress of staff contributors and outsourced vendors (authors, proofreaders) to ensure deadlines are met.
  • Conducts editorial meetings with executive staff and staff engineers to generate ideas and assign articles for future issues.
  • Layout/design input, in cooperation with design manager.

Website and Social Media Management

  • Develops and/or edits content for the National Board website and social media channels, brochures, marketing pieces, and other materials.
  • Assists with website management in cooperation with web administrator and department personnel. Regularly updates the website with fresh content.
  • In conjunction with Communications Department, oversees/manages social media channels, including public relations functions such as responding to comments/ coordinating assistance requests from members and the public that come in via website or social media inquiries.

Style Guide and Editorial Consistency

  • Develops and maintains a National Board Style Guide for use by the Communications Department (BULLETIN, website, social media, press releases, etc.).
  • Continually monitors the style guide to suggest improvements, changes, and edits as the need may arise to ensure its relevancy to the organization and public.
  • Maintains organizational systems and editorial calendars to meet deadlines, track progress, and index body of work.


  • Works closely with Communications Director and department staff on other communications, marketing, and meeting planning projects.
  • Projects a positive image of the National Board and its activities, both internally and externally; interacts with executives, distinguished members, staff, and industry experts with enthusiasm and professionalism.
  • Assists with the organization’s meetings and events planning and performs other department tasks and administrative support functions as needed.
  • Develops internal communications (intranet) on behalf of the organization.


  • Possess proficient writing, proofreading, editing, and copyediting skills.
  • Manage multiple creative and administrative tasks simultaneously, under deadlines, while turning out quality work. Attention to detail is critical.
  • Take initiative to research and write fresh industry-related content for the publication.
  • Ability to take complex or poorly-written material and prepare it for a general audience.
  • Possess pride of ownership in all job responsibilities and maintain a positive, team-oriented attitude.


  • Fulltime employee
  • Opportunity for hybrid work schedule
  • Opportunity for company travel




Bachelor’s degree in English, communications, or journalism; or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.


  • Five (5) years of professional editing and writing
  • Managing print and online publication processes
  • Website and social media content management
  • Technical writing experience desirable, but not necessary


  • Microsoft Office Programs: Required
  • Knowledge of Adobe InDesign helpful

Please submit your resume to Julie Diehl at Please specify the position for which you are appyling.


Review Team Leader

The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors (NBBI) is actively seeking to hire consultants to conduct joint reviews and surveys in the continental United States. Candidates must have 10 years’ experience in the boiler and pressure vessel and/or nuclear industry and must be able to complete and pass the National Board AI and ASME/NBBI Team Leader Courses with at least an 80% score.

Other requirements:

  • Must reside within 50 miles of a major airport.
  • Must possess skills in the following areas: communication, organization/time management and code knowledge, and be able to analyze and process information in a timely manner.

Interested candidates should email resumes directly to Luis Ponce, Manager of Technical Services, at

For more information about Review Team Leaders, click HERE.


Open Positions in NBBI Member Jurisdictions

NBBI member jurisdictions are government or government-authorized agencies which oversee adherence to laws, rules, and regulations relating to boilers and pressure vessels. Full job information can be directly accessed from the jurisdictions' websites which are also linked below. Questions and applications should be directed to the specific jurisdiction. Contact information for the chief inspector in a jurisdiction can be found in the Member Directory.

Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation

Deputy Boiler Inspector – Bexar County – Boiler Inspector I

  • Opening Date: 09/29/2021
  • Closing Date: Until Filled
  • Click below to access the State of Texas' website for job description and application process.

Deputy Boiler Inspector – NE Houston – Boiler Inspector I

  • Opening Date: 09/29/2021
  • Closing Date: Until Filled
  • Click below to access the State of Texas' website for job description and application process.
Washington Department of Labor & Industries

L&I Pressure Vessel Inspector 1

  • Yakima County - Union Gap, WA
  • Closing Date: Continuous
  • Click below to access the State of Washington's website for job description and application process.
Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) – Ontario

Inspectors, Boilers and Pressure Vessels

  • The Province of Ontario is hiring inspectors for the Boilers & Pressure Vessels Safety Program.
  • Click below to access TSSA's website for job descriptions and application process.