|Risk Management Coordinator|
Company: Association of Washington Cities
Location: Olympia, WA
Employment Type: Full Time
Date Posted: 07/30/2021
Expire Date: 09/30/2021
Job Categories: Insurance
Risk Management Coordinator|
Association of Washington Cities (AWC) is recruiting for a full-time Risk Management Coordinator for the AWC Risk Management Service Agency. The top candidate will have strong interpersonal skills with a passion for risk management.
What you'll be doing
• Plan, schedule, and conduct on-site and virtual risk assessments/facility inspections relating to property and liability loss exposures and make specific recommendations to members to control or reduce loss exposures
• Develop risk management recommendations, prepare reports, document consulting activities in RMSA systems, and monitor members’ compliance with recommendations
• Assist members in the planning and implementation of safety and risk management programs, participate on risk management and safety committees, and assist in member development of policies and procedures with an eye toward risk management
• Respond to requests for risk management consultations and training. Coordinate specialized training in general and enterprise risk management best practices
• Develop and record webinars under general direction, including PowerPoint presentations and supporting materials
• Assist the Program Manager in developing the overall direction and strategic plan, as well as risk control budget components, for the risk management efforts of the program and delivering the services necessary to execute that plan
• Prepare and present materials related to the program’s risk control efforts to the governance and advisory groups in coordination with the Program Manager
• Develop, review, and/or revise risk control content for program related communications, risk control manuals, and other resources for member use
• Support member education and program staff by identifying training needs, evaluating training strategies, and updating training materials and offerings
• Work closely with claims staff to identify risks of individual members and overall loss trends and exposures of the program.
• Read, analyze, and interpret safety documents, loss runs, accident reports, and other information
• Assist members with appropriate contractual risk transfer and indemnification in contract drafting, review, and insurance certificate verification from third parties
• Provide consultations and technical assistance on risk management and program specific questions to members and other interested parties by phone, email, and during site visits
• Travel to various AWC, state, and national conferences for program representation, member relationship management, and professional development
What you bring to the team
• Associate degree in business or public administration, insurance, risk management, or related field required; experience may be substituted year-for-year for academic achievement
• Bachelor’s degree in risk management, occupational safety and health, environmental safety and health, safety environmental management, or a related field desired
• Associate in Risk Management (ARM) or similar designation desired
• Certified Loss Control Specialist (CLCS), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) designation desired
• Three years of relevant work experience
• Basic knowledge of insurance underwriting practices, insurance policies, and insurance and legal terms
• Knowledge of public entity operations and governmental functions, including public meetings, records, ethics, and elections
• Ability to research, analyze information, and form recommendations
• Prepare reports using business communication best practices and attention to technical accuracy
• Knowledge of, or the ability to, quickly learn federal, state, and local laws, as they relate to risk control standards for public entities
• Possess strong communication skills with varied audiences including elected officials, city managers, and member employees
• Skilled in designing and delivering presentations to a variety of large and small groups
• Ability to model the organization’s high standards of quality customer service to all internal and external customers
• Ability to make effective decisions and to act independently in managing and coordinating assigned duties including travel schedule for efficient service delivery
• Ability to establish creditability and manage confidential and time sensitive material
• Ability to juggle competing demands between long-term projects and emergent needs
• Ability to work cooperatively with staff, members and other groups and individuals
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Professional and have the ability to learn and use a wide variety of proprietary software
How to Apply
Only candidates who reflect the minimum qualifications listed on the job description will be considered. To apply for this position and view the job description, please visit the AWC website at https://wacities.org/about-us/join-our-team.
Failure to follow the application instructions below may lead to disqualification. Complete the application and attach:
• A cover letter that specifically addresses how you meet the qualifications for this position
• Current resume
Recruitment is open until filled. To be considered for the first round of interviews, please submit your application packet by August 16, 2021.
We value our employees hard work, integrity and dedication to our members. In return for your service, we offer you a starting annual salary of $62,141 - $70,468 DOQ.
AWC is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, which provides a wide array of legislative, training, and other services to all 281 cities and towns in the state of Washington.
We subscribe to the principles of an equal opportunity employer and shall recruit, interview, hire, classify, train, promote, demote, discipline, transfer, terminate, and set rates of pay or other compensation on the basis of merit and qualification without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical disability, or genetics.
Company Name: Association of Washington Cities
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1933, the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, which provides a wide array of legislative, training, and other services to all cities and towns in the state of Washington. Membership is voluntary, however, AWC consistently maintains 100% participation from Washington’s 281 cities and towns. Guided by AWC’s strategic plan, AWC focuses its work on a wide variety of service areas: - Advocacy, representing cities and towns before the state legislature, executive branch, and regulatory agencies, the courts, and at the federal level - Education and training for elected officials and city staff - Resources and technical assistance in personnel and labor relations, environment and economic development, transportation, budgeting, planning, risk management and loss prevention - Member programs include the AWC Employee Benefit Trust; AWC Risk Management Service Agency; Workers’ Comp Retro Program; Drug and Alcohol Consortium; and the GIS Consortium