Risk Manager II
The Risk Manager II is responsible for the facility’s risk management activities, which includes, but may not be limited to a general knowledge of facility insurance programs, managing claims against the facility, interfacing
with legal counsel, administering the risk management program on a day-to-day basis, managing and analyzing risk management data, conducting risk management educational programs, conducting risk assessments and audits, complying with risk management related standards by TJC and other regulatory agencies with the objective of enhancing and promoting patient safety.
College-level courses in safety, risk management, and/or related fields. B.A. or BS desired. Certifications in Safety and Risk Management a plus. License as a WC Adjuster a plus.
Minimum Work Experience
Prior successful experience managing loss control functions for a large Health System.
Sufficient knowledge, skill, and ability to fully perform all duties described. Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws regulating risk management and employee benefit functions (e.g., Department of Labor & Industries, workers' compensation, etc.).Good oral/written communication skills, participatory "team management" leadership style. Good public/employee relations skills, problem-solving, analysis, decision-making ability. Self-confidence, manner, and bearing to "model" employee wellness/fitness program to others. Innovative and creative in approach. Teaching and training skills, public speaking and oral presentation skills. Research, data collection, reporting skills. Valid driver's license. (May be required to use personal vehicle for job-related travel.) Knowledge of state workers’ compensation laws, statutes, liabilities, and procedures; industrial safety concepts; claims management practices; practices and procedures of claim evaluation, including claim investigation and claim settlement techniques; and medical, insurance, and legal terminology related to the cause and treatment of occupational injuries and diseases. Skill in counseling employees and resolving complaints and disputes.