Assume responsibility for planning, organizing, conducting and directing loss control activities for several California programs. This includes conducting visits, writing reports and supervising the quality of local independent contractors who might also be engaged in providing services.
Plan, organize, and conduct loss prevention and control activities for multiple clients simultaneously.
Identify effective means for servicing clients while remaining within budgetary constraints
Work with both internal and external clients to identify and analyze loss exposures and hazards through on-site surveys and consultations.
Analyze exposures on risks and make written recommendations to underwriting of acceptability of the risks.
Inform policyholders and underwriting, orally and in writing, of identified hazards and submit formal recommendations for effective and economical loss control measures.
Assist policyholders and underwriting to implement effective loss control measures designed to eliminate or reduce potential hazards.
Develop training materials, including programs, bulletins, and newsletters to maximize client and policyholder awareness of significant safety and liability issues, new governmental regulations, etc.
Remain abreast of developments in equipment, work practices, legislation and other areas that affect safety and liability issues.
Work with clients to develop tools such as checklists, manuals, and job aids that support and improve existing loss control activities. Assist policyholders and/or clients to implement new measures as appropriate.
Consult with AmeriTrust Group team members in order to ensure effective service, client satisfaction, and coordination of account management.
Consult with client management to gain cooperation with loss control efforts by promoting the economic benefits of an effective loss control program and with policyholders to encourage their participation.
Participate in company marketing activities when requested.
Provide training to AmeriTrust Group departments on subjects or issues that affect their ability to service external clients.
Meet required performance metrics including production, quality and client satisfaction ratings.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
High school diploma or equivalent required. College degree preferably in the field of Health and Safety.
Possession of Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM) desirable.
Minimum of five (3) years of experience in the discipline.
Demonstrated technical skill in a broad range of risk management areas.
Demonstrated ability to build effective, working relationships with associates and client organizations.
Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal and problem-solving skills.
Working knowledge of state, federal, and local laws affecting safety and liability issues.
Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and ability to learn our report management system.
Ability to travel and/or drive long distances and remain away from home to meet with clients, program members, and/or policyholders.
Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds of materials and/or equipment.
Sit, stand, walk/ambulatory on uneven surfaces and climb ladders.
Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Inc.