Risk Control Representative
Under supervision the of a risk control manager, risk control field representatives primarily perform on-site risk control evaluations for insured entities to identify risk exposures. These site visits result in a risk control report to the entity outlining recommendations for reducing risk exposures.
- Review insured entity applications and risk control file information to determine exposure and compliance.
- Gather information by performing site interviews with public officials and public entity department heads.
- Make recommendations to reduce insured's risk exposure by compiling narrative reports based on site visits and previous claim history.
- Research and provide resource material and continuing education for policyholders to aid in managing liability exposures.
- Provide ongoing technical assistance and training to policyholders, underwriting, agents, and claims.
- Review insured contracts and agreements from a risk control perspective and make recommendations for changes to reduce exposure.
- Assist in the development of internal forms, policies, and procedures to help improve work processes.
Required Education/Training & Experience
- Minimum 2 years of relevant and progressive public risk control
experience gained from working in the risk management or insurance industry with knowledge of risk control areas such as law enforcement, corrections, human resources, etc.
- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Criminal Justice Public
Administration, or a related field or the equivalent education and/or experience.
- Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Risk Management for Public Entities (RMPE) and/or equivalent insurance designation
- Property and Casualty Agents License
- Possess and have ability to apply knowledge of principles, practices, and procedures
- Solid written and verbal communication skills with an emphasis on confidentiality, tact, and diplomacy
- Advanced organizational and analytical skills; demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
- Knowledgeable of industry changes, legal updates, and technical developments related to applicable area of the Company's business to proactively respond to changing business environment
- Intermediate proficiency and experience using Microsoft Office package (Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Word)
- Possess a State issued Driver's License and Vehicle in good mechanical condition
Additional Working Conditions and Physical Demands
- Frequent travel up to 75% may be required
- Overtime hours may be required to fulfill job responsibilities
- May be required to remain stationary for extended periods of time
- May be required to move up to 10 pounds
- Must be able to operate a computer and other devices
- Close vision and ability to adjust focus, such as required to read a computer screen