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Risk Analyst - Port of Seattle

The Port of Seattle is seeking candidates for their Risk Analyst position! This role is primarily responsible for claims input and analysis, loss prevention and trend analysis, and insurance procurement for the Risk Management department. This role will collaborate with Health and Safety, and support the driver and Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) safety program. Additionally, the Analyst will use technology to develop training programs for Port employees, and serve as the department lead on utilization of MS SharePoint to collect, store, and manage documents as well as maintain the department Risk Management intranet site relative to content.

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Workers' Compensation Analyst - City of Seattle

The City of Seattle is going through some exciting changes, and we have the opportunity to bring in two energetic and positive Workers' Compensation Analysts to be part of the in-house team with the Seattle Department of Human Resources (SDHR).

In this role, you will be part of a team of nine and will act as a consultant to SDHR and other City departments. You would be aligned with one or more departments, with the aim of building strong working relationships with your customers, acting as the point of contact for employees, and dedicating yourself to an all-star level of customer service. You will be the adjudicator and claims manager for a caseload with those departments, with a wide variety of claims.

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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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