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Loss Prevention Coordinator - Association of Washington Cities Risk Management Service Agency

The Association of Washington Cities (AWC) is a private, non-profit, non-partisan organization, which provides a wide array of legislative, training, and other services to all cities and towns in the state of Washington. The Risk Management Service Agency (RMSA) is a local government property and liability risk pool comprised of member cities and towns, sponsored and managed by AWC. AWC is recruiting for the position of Loss Prevention Coordinator. The purpose of this position is to manage the loss prevention efforts for the contracted RMSA program for the organization. Regular travel to members throughout the state will be a primary duty.

The successful candidate will have strong written and spoken communications skills and extensive working knowledge of loss control standards and industry best practices. Three to five years experience in loss prevention or risk management including face-to-face contact and field inspections. ARM, CLCS, or CSP designation desired. Associate’s degree in business or public administration, insurance, risk management, loss prevention, or related field preferred; experience may be substituted year-to-year for academic achievement.

Competitive salary; excellent benefits package and work environment. For a full job description and to download application materials go to https://wacities.org/about-us/join-our-team. Completed application form, cover letter and resumes are due by 5:00 pm, July 17, 2018. Please email completed application packet to recruiting@awcnet.org.

Workers' Compensation Program Performance Advisor - City of Seattle

The Workers' Compensation Unit within the Seattle Department of Human Resources, Division of Administration is seeking an experienced Washington state workers' compensation professional to serve as its program performance advisor. Overseeing both the technical and quality assurance aspects of the City's workers' compensation program and reporting to the Workers' Compensation Manager for the unit, this role provides leadership, training, claim oversight, and audit support to the self-insured, self-administered team. The individual selected for this role will lead the design, development, and implementation of unit procedures and guidelines and will be responsible for conducting unit training and providing ongoing support to the team to support compliance. The role is responsible for conducting program analysis and presenting innovative approaches to management that improve and support the success of the program.

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