Loss Control Manager
Group1001 is a consumer-centric, technology-driven family of insurance companies on a mission to deliver outstanding value and operational performance by combining financial strength and stability with deep insurance expertise and a can-do culture. Group1001’s culture emphasizes the importance of collaboration, communication, core business focus, risk management, and striving for outcomes. This goal extends to how we hire and onboard our most valuable assets – our employees.
Clear Spring Insurance
Clear Spring Property and Casualty is a leading provider of property and casualty insurance. Our future-forward strategy is rooted in deep industry knowledge and a mastery of emerging technologies. Clear Spring Property and Casualty Company is a subsidiary of Delaware Life Insurance Company and its parent company, Group1001. Our relationship with these organizations has yielded an innovative technology platform that provides smarter risk management solutions for property and casualty insurance brokers. Clear Spring is dedicated to Group1001's mission: making insurance more useful, intuitive and accessible for everyone. We’re confident in our forward-thinking products, and that you’ll love partnering with us.
Group1001 is on a mission to empower consumers. Our family of companies share a common goal: giving people more control over their money, making it easier for them to do businesses with us, and creating more opportunities for them to see value every day.
Group1001 is a consumer-centric, technology-driven family of insurance companies on a mission to deliver outstanding value and operational performance by combining financial strength and stability with deep insurance expertise and a can-do culture.
One of the goals for Group1001 is to foster a great culture. Group1001 will continue to build a culture that emphasizes the importance of collaboration, communication, core business focus, risk management, and striving for outcomes. This goal extends to how we hire and onboard our most valuable assets, employees.
The Loss Control Manager is responsible for maintaining our quality of service and organizing the overall direction and workflow of the Loss Control department. The Loss Control Manager is expected to hire, train, and oversee vendors and office / field personnel performing loss control surveys, safety work, and training to clients. In addition, the Loss Control Manager will be responsible to work with other department leaders to accomplish shared business goals and ensure loss control regulatory filings are completed.
- Directs the departments to be consistent with the objectives of the company and corporate governance programs.
- Assigns and reviews work performed by both staff employees and vendors.
- Reviews paperwork for accuracy and evaluating the quality of the work.
- Sets production goals for staff personnel and reviews timeliness and completeness of vendor reports (if applicable).
- Performs analytics for injury trending and statistical summaries for senior leadership team.
- Prepares national loss control filings for states that require an annual report.
- Possesses a strong knowledge of national loss control regulations.
- (Occasional): Loss Control Field Activities- Provides loss control services to clients where management involvement is applicable. Potential travel may include travel within the United States and territories.
- Works with Human Resources Department to interview applicants and makes recommendations for new personnel.
- Reviews employee performance as established by the company.
- Makes provisions for proper orientation and training of new personnel.
- Fosters upward communication from department personnel.
- Administers the policies and procedures as established by the company.
- Meets with underwriters or other employees to discuss submissions, problems, or projects.
- Researches and follows up on training resources, specialty supplies such as video services, loss control materials, analytical equipment (dosimeters, slip meters, etc.), and analytical laboratories.
- Maintains quality data within the administrative policy system, including data scrubbing and working closely with IT on workflow efficiencies.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 10 years of loss control experience, with experience in management of a team. The ideal candidate would be familiar with national loss control regulations and servicing.
The ideal candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree and would also possess, or is active in obtaining, a designation such as:
- Associate in Risk Management (ARM), (IIA)
- Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM), (IIA), or
- Certified Safety Professional (CSP) - American Society of Safety Professionals
- A Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation
Finally, the ideal candidate would have high energy, excellent communication and leadership skills, decisiveness, the ability to problem solve and a strong work ethic.