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Senior Loss Control Consultant

Keenan & Associates, an AssuredPartners company, is a successful insurance brokerage and consulting firm meeting the insurance needs of hospitals, public entities and California school districts. Keenan specializes in providing consulting services in the areas of: employee benefits, workers' compensation, loss control, financial, and property & liability. We have seen continuous growth and success, and are positioned to lead the industry into the 21st century.

SUMMARY: Be the lead consultant for and provide consultative loss control services (as approved by the Director) to assigned customers as well as JPAs in accordance with the department’s guidelines.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:

  • Be the lead point of contact for LC services to assigned customers.
  • Performing on-site Property/Liability and Employee Safety (WC) inspections of client facilities to identify and evaluate hazardous conditions and make recommendations for corrective measures.
  • Reviewing the existence of required safety programs to assess their compliance and functional effectiveness. Assisting customers with the writing of the programs identified as deficient.
  • Providing services under a client’s Rent a Safety Professional, not noted elsewhere in this job description.
  • Providing safety training classes and presentations (as approved by Director) up to the JPA level.
  • Advising clients on safety, compliance and risk management matters.
  • Assisting with clients the development and implementation of risk management best practices.
  • Conducting ergonomic evaluations, accident investigations, or specific hazard assessments (as approved by Director).
  • Completing an analysis of client and JPA losses and presenting action plans focused on negative loss trends.
  • Informing Districts of any changes in safety regulations and distributing safety-related bulletins to them.
  • Assisting in the development of client resources and correspondences.
  • Supporting JPA level loss control initiatives.
  • Communicating effectively with other internal departments on customer strategy issues.
  • Completing reports that meet department guidelines and complying with established department turnaround times.
  • Complying with department’s product delivery and follow-up guidelines.
  • Staying informed about contractual obligations (up to the JPA level); tracking service plans and ensuring status is updated on R drive.
  • All other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM SUGGESTED QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Safety and Health or other Bachelor’s/Associate’s degree is preferred. At least 3-5 years’ work-related experience is required. Must be able to demonstrate value through strong customer service, writing, presentation and communication skills. Should be able to handle and prioritize multiple projects. Requires dealing with many personality types, professional appearance, friendliness and genuine empathy are all distinct advantages. Needs to be a team player with a collaborative and flexible attitude. A self-motivated and organized work style is essential. Compliance with state fingerprinting regulations is required.

LICENSE or CERTIFICATIONS: Must maintain a current California Driver’s License. Certifications such as ASP, CSP, CRM, CSRM, ARM, ARM-P are preferred.

SOFTWARE: Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word. Adept at accessing business data from the Internet when required. Familiarity with PC, printers and computerized voice and email systems. Knowledge of, and ability to use mobile devices/tablets is extremely critical.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The job entails extensive fieldwork with driving and walking, plus administrative office follow-up as required. Overnight stays are required in some areas, and occasional in-state travel. The employee should be able to:

  • Frequently travel to client sites.
  • Extended periods of time driving.
  • Often walk up to five miles a day over customer facilities grounds.
  • Often climb up steps, bleachers, playground equipment, ladders, etc.
  • Regularly bend, stoop, kneel, crouch or twist to better identify hazards.
  • Withstand sun exposure for a number of consecutive days.
  • Reach overhead occasionally to materials stored on overhead shelves.
  • Occasionally move or lift boxes.
  • Frequently operate small tools and measuring devices (monitoring devices, tapes, screwdrivers, calipers, etc.).
  • Frequent use of keyboards/tablet screens requiring hand/arm/wrist dexterity.
  • Occasionally sit up to seven hours a day at a computer workstation.

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills are critically important to this job. Employees must be able to ascertain (either through direct observation or loss analysis) why accidents occur and what corrective measures are the best to implement. Employee should be able to determine customer (internal and external) expectations that may be presented in a variety of ways and needs to be able to use various approaches in persuading customers to implement safety improvements.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The very nature of the job requires repeated direct exposure to a number of potential hazards associated with schools: chemical, environmental, electrical, machinery, fire, falls, equipment failure, indoor air quality, pests, etc. Personal Protective equipment and use training is provided . In addition, driving conditions in winter can be hazardous, particularly in rural areas requiring service.

Final Filing Date: 
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 (All day)
Company: 
Keenan & Associates