This classification conducts managerial, technical and administrative duties related to the design, development, and management of a comprehensive property/casualty self-funding insurance and alternative risk financing program to minimize City financial losses.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The functions listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this position. Management may assign additional functions related to the type of work of the position as necessary.
- Administers City property and casualty insurance; maintains and updates current list of City departmental properties, buildings and equipment covered under the City’s insurance policy; reviews existing and potential loss exposures to City assets and develops corrective measures to eliminate or minimize losses; determines coverage/policy limits; negotiates insurance coverages; completes underwriting applications; administers approval of claims payments; reviews and submits payments; acts as liaison between City and insurance carriers and brokers; procures coverage for Capital Improvement Construction Projects; and maintains all Property and Casualty related documentation.
- Administers the City Risk Management Fund including auto liability, physical damage, general liability and worker’s compensation: trains, manages, and oversees the work of staff in processing of claims and claim settlement; assists with complex/problem situations and provides technical expertise; approves items in excess of their authorized settlement limits; identifies loss trends and develops loss control programs accordingly; and reviews City losses to ensure adequate resources are available.
- Conducts technical and administrative tasks at the managerial level to protect and conserve the City resources by applying risk management concepts and principles to identify and review exposure and recommend action to prevent, reduce or transfer various levels of risk.
- Develops, implements, and administers a comprehensive risk management program, including risk analysis, loss control, and safety program development; develops and recommends goals/objectives for risk management services, policies, and procedures.
- Develops, updates, maintains, and implements safety and loss control programs, procedures, and manuals; reviews updated and existing policies and procedures to determine the impact on operations; conducts safety and loss prevention audits; ensures compliance with applicable policies, procedures and regulations; and identifies potential hazards and makes recommendations.
- Knowledge of the following compliances (if applicable) OSHA Logs, FMCSA Accident Register, Needle Stick Logs, IH Reports, and CPSC – Consumer Product Safety Commission for pools and playground safety.
- Non-traditional hours are required and must be willing to be on-call day and night.
- Responsible for attending and presenting at board meetings and other committee meetings and for City Emergency Response Plans.
- Maybe responsible for any permits such as stormwater or air and involved in any of the DOT/FMCSA program responsibilities.
Performs other related duties as required.
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
- Requires a Bachelor’s degree in public, business or office administration and five (5) years of progressively responsible work experience supporting executive/ senior-level management, office administration (preferably in a municipal environment), customer service, record management, and personal computer operations; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
- Must possess and maintain a valid state driver’s license with an acceptable Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
- License as a Claims Adjustor issued through the Professional Insurance Agents of Georgia is preferred.
Physical Ability: Tasks require the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, but which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (5-10 pounds). Tasks may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation.
Sensory Requirements: Some tasks require the ability to perceive and discriminate sounds and visual cues or signals. Some tasks require the ability to communicate orally.
Environmental Factors: Essential functions are regularly performed without exposure to adverse environmental conditions.
The city is an EOE, DFW; Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
No calls please, only applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted.