Loss Control Administrative Analyst Announcement
Loss Control Administrative Analyst
San Mateo County Schools Insurance Group (SMCSIG) has an exciting opportunity for a Loss Control Administrative Analyst. We are seeking a partner to work with our member districts to reduce loss for workers’ compensation, property, and liability claims.
This position requires an AA Degree with a minimum of two years’ experience in an office environment and proficiency in MS Office. Additional office experience of at least two years can be substituted for AA degree. Veterans are encouraged to apply.
We are looking for a very specific person that will welcome mentoring to develop loss control programs with supervision of the Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation. We welcome the right person with robust computer skills who may want to work with us to develop stronger safety skills. The suitable candidate must be able to write effectively and communicate with educators, be comfortable with conducting training for large and small groups, and work under the direction of the Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation to promote safety to all staff levels of a school district.
Salary starts at $56,616 annually ($4,718 per month).
Application materials are available online at www.smcsig.org. All applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on May 10, 2017. Position is open until filled.
Any questions may be directed Lourdes Goncalves at email@example.com
Loss Control Analyst Job Description
Loss Control Administrative Analyst
Salary: $56,616 annually ($4,718 per month)
Reports to Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation
Under general direction of the Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation, will provide the following duties:
Supports Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation and Senior Loss Control Representative: generates inspection reports, arranges training schedules, tracks loss control activity compliance for each member district’s loss control program.
Reviews and edits loss control training materials. Brands all training with SMCSIG logo and style. May deliver some aspects of training as needed.
Under the direction of Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation and Senior Loss Control Representative, conduct safety inspections and make recommendations as to corrective actions.
Other duties as assigned.
Data Management/Information Technology
Regularly updates claims management database to include incident only data and generates reports from claims management and worker’s compensation data systems and/or create new reports at request of Executive Director and Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation.
Serves as content editor for website for SMCSIG. Work with Executive Director, Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation and the Property Liability Claims Manager to determine and maintain timely, updated information for the website.
Under the direction of the Executive Director, Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation and the Property Liability Claims Manager, notify SMCSIG members about the contents of the website and how to access pertinent materials.
EpiPen inventory management – place and track orders to replace expired or used devices, maintain updated prescription and ensure proper delivery to schools.
Work with the Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation on obtaining vendors (loss prevention vendors, technology, etc) including coordinating Requests for Proposals (RFP) process. Evaluates vendors according to predetermined evaluation criteria., notifies successful bidders and develops project plans to implement services.
In collaboration with Sr. Loss Control Analyst, maintain inventory of loss prevention and promotional items. Purchase items when necessary.
Updates records retention policies. Gathers and destroys records in accordance with records retention policies.
Works with Executive Director and Manager of Loss Control/Worker’s Compensation to respond to Public Records Act requests by third parties.
Answers SMCSIG phones. Works with SMCSIG members to answer questions, obtain information, direct inquiries to appropriate parties, and update underwriting information as requested.
Handles confidential information, addresses inquiries, in an appropriate and professional manner.
Perform highly responsible clerical and office management functions, compile and organize data and information, interpret technical and legal information, interpret rules, laws, and policies and apply them while exercising good judgment. Maintain a calm and tactful manner in the face of adversity. Provide high levels of customer services to members, vendors, and the general public.
AA degree with at least two years of experience in office/customer service environment. Can substitute an AA degree with at least 3 years’ experience in an office environment.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and relational databases.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Experience in loss prevention or workers compensation desirable.
Valid California Driver’s license