Risk Management is actively searching for a Risk Manager to join their team. The qualified candidate will be providing risk management, loss control assessments and recommendations to clients and members, specifically to our NPIP pool across the state of Washington.
This position will remain open until 5:00 pm on May 7, 2021, or until filled.
Provide risk management, loss control assessments and recommendations to clients and members. Some after-hours and weekend work may be required based on individual account and/or program needs. Routine overnight travel is required, including client contact visits, conference attendance, and air travel.
Essential Duties and Functions: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Schedule and conduct member service assessment visits with recommendations.
- Conduct presentations for members and at program events.
- Conduct risk control services and recommendations to include the following entity types:
- Schools, cities/towns, counties, fire districts, water districts, sewer districts, shops and garages, athletic facilities, science labs, offices, classrooms, restrooms, city halls, fire stations, police departments, food services, correctional facilities, parks and playgrounds, fairgrounds, casinos, and other areas associated with public places. Nonprofit entity types will include: shelters, adult and youth transitional housing, elder care facilities, physical and mental care facilities, food banks, and various others.
- Follow-up, technical assistance, and coaching with members with areas of concern.
- Coordinate and plan member and regional-based trainings.
- Compile and write reports based on assessments and recommendations, or at the request of other departments.
- Conduct research into key tasks and projects.
- Conduct annual and on-going loss analysis for assigned accounts to identify trends.
- Collaborate with other departments (Underwriting, Claims, Pre-Litigation and Educational Services) to identify loss control trends.
- Develop, implement, and monitor loss improvement plans for designated members.
- Maintain membership and participate in applicable state-wide organizations.
- Attend meetings, conferences, and certain events.
- Coordinate member and regional-based trainings.
- Other job-related projects or assignments as assigned.