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Safety Analyst

California Association for Park and Recreation Indemnity (CAPRI)
6341 Auburn Blvd., Suite A
Citrus Heights, CA 95621
PHONE: (916) 722-5550 • FAX: (916) 722-5715

The California Association for Park and Recreation Indemnity (CAPRI) has an opening for a full-time Safety Analyst position available for hire.

The California Association for Park and Recreation Indemnity (CAPRI), a public entity, was created in 1986 to provide insurance coverage, risk management, safety and loss prevention services through a financially sound risk-sharing pool of districts that are members of the California Association of Recreation and Park Districts (CARPD). CAPRI provides coverage to our Districts in the following areas: General Liability; Public Officials Errors & Omissions; Automobile Liability; Property Loss and Physical Damage; Earthquake and Flood; Automobile Physical Damage; Boiler and Machinery; Crime Coverage; and Identity Theft Expense Reimbursement.

About the Position:

The Safety Analyst, under the direction of the Executive Director, coordinates CAPRI’s risk management, loss control, and safety programs. The Safety Analyst’s primary role will be to act as a resource person for member districts regarding CAPRI policies and procedures, risk transfer, and insurance coverage. This is an Exempt position.

Essential Functions/Duties:

Essential Functions/Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assist the member districts in identifying safety hazards, through safety audits, inspections, and surveys as a means to identify assets at risk, their values, and ultimate exposure to loss.
  • Assist the member districts in maintaining a quality safety committee in each district and provide safety programs and materials for use by the district safety committees. Review minutes of the member districts safety meetings and report on the content and frequency of the meetings.
  • Establish and maintain a program of district visitation/safety inspections to discuss and answer questions concerning CAPRI and to evaluate and assist in district safety and loss prevention programs.
  • Assist member districts in establishing and maintaining self-inspection programs.
  • Review and evaluate incident reports, claims experience, minutes of district safety meetings to determine where losses are occurring or are likely to occur and make recommendations for loss prevention and safety programs to Executive Director.
  • Direct the development, implementation, and delivery of prevention services workshops, training programs, and seminars for member districts provided electronically and remotely as well as in person.
  • Develops and implements best practices in loss control, safety and risk management in coordination with member districts.
  • Make recommendations to the Executive Director concerning the transfer of risks by the member districts.
  • Serves as a resource for member districts regarding risk management, claims, insurance, safety, training, and changes in laws and regulations related to safety issues.
  • Provide administrative and management assistance to the Executive Director, participate on a variety of boards, commissions, and committees relevant to areas of responsibility; prepare and present reports and other necessary correspondence to Executive Director and Authority governing boards and relevant board subcommittees.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Salary Range:
Salary range for this position is between $55,000 and $75,000.


Training and Experience

Any combination of experience and education that provides the required knowledge and ability will be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in field directly related to position such as Business Administration, Public Administration, Insurance, or Risk Management; or
  • At least three (3) years’ work experience with insurance claims, risk management, contract writing/negotiating, or loss control; or
  • An Associate in Risk Management (ARM) and/or Certified Safety Professional (CSP); Certified Safety Technician (CST); Associate Safety Professional (ASP); or Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM).

Public Sector or Joint Powers Authority experience is highly desired.

Licensing Requirements
A valid California Driver’s License.

Knowledge and Skills

Thorough Knowledge of:

  • Principles and practices of risk management, loss prevention and safety;
  • Principles and practices of claims management and the proper reserving of claims;
  • Risk and exposures related to Recreation and Park Districts, facilities and activities;
  • Computer operations and use of spreadsheets, data base management and word processing programs.

Skills in:

  • Read, interpret and analyze insurance policies;
  • Formulate policies and plans;
  • Evaluate, recommend and implement solutions to complex issues and problems;
  • Organize work schedule and perform assigned tasks with little supervision.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with each member district.
  • Speak in public, give presentations and write effectively;
  • Maintain records and reports;
  • Keep abreast of new trends, technology and best practices in the risk management, loss prevention and safety fields;
  • Maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Physical Requirements

The Safety Analyst position typically requires: reaching, fingering, grasping, talking, walking, hearing seeing and repetitive motion.

Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move and lift objects.

Frequent travel is required for this position.

Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodations.


Environmental Conditions: Almost always works indoors in temperature-controlled environment; exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals, various colognes/perfumes, dust, fumes from printing cartridges; exposure to noise/vibrations from office machines.

Physical Conditions: Essential and marginal functions require maintaining physical condition necessary for long periods of sitting and frequently walking, standing, and reaching; occasional or rare bending, pushing, pulling, stooping, lifting, climbing, kneeling and squatting may be required; use of hands to finger, handle or feel objects, write, type, use telephone, operate office machinery; handle money; close and distance vision; speaking; hearing; driving vehicle. High level of concentration and attention to detail for extended periods of time.


All applications will be screened and only those candidates who best match the needs of CAPRI will be invited to compete further in the examination process.

  • Examination may include pre- and/or post-interview testing.
  • Medical Examination.


Undergo and clear fingerprinting and a background check.


Prior to employment, the successful candidate shall be required to present documentation establishing identity and employment eligibility in accordance with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Final Filing Date: 
Friday, March 29, 2019 (All day)
California Association for Park and Recreation Indemnity (CAPRI)