• Property & Casualty Risk Manager

    Posted: 07/08/2024


    Position Duties: An employee in this position serves as the principal advisor to the County Attorney concerning the identification and measurement of risks of loss, the selection of appropriate risk management techniques to resolve risk exposures, the development and maintenance of an information system, in coordination with existing systems, for timely and accurate recording of losses, claims, and other risk costs, and providing recommendations and guidance to County Departments regarding compliance with all applicable State and Federal Health and Safety Regulations, controlling claim costs, and, when necessary, managing claims as they occur. This is important financial and operational management work which involves direction, control and management of the County’s Property and Casualty Insurance, Risk Management, Compliance and Safety programs, except for the County’s Self-Insurance program of workers’ compensation. The employee also assists in the procurement and administration of the County’s property and casualty insurance program, with the assistance of the County’s insurance broker, by preparing and obtaining insurance coverage needed by the County. The employee provides workplace risk and safety training related to property and casualty programs, as needed. The work is performed with the highest ethical standards and involves daily contact with confidential information under the general supervision of the County Attorney with discretion allowed for independent judgment. Performs related work designated by the County Attorney as required.

    Salary: $34,696 (20 hours/week)

    Minimum Qualifications:
              A) Bachelor’s degree, certification as Associate in Risk Management (ARM), and FIVE (5) YEARS1 of                         experience involving commercial property and casualty insurance, risk management techniques and                       safety administration; or
              B) Associate’s degree, certification as Associate in Risk Management (ARM), and SEVEN (7) YEARS1 of                   experience involving commercial property and casualty insurance, risk management techniques and                       safety administration.

    Residency Requirements: Candidates must be legal residents of Warren County or a contiguous county (Essex, Hamilton, Saratoga, Washington).

    The position will be filed based upon Civil Service requirements. A provisional appointment will be made with examination to be held at a later date. Candidate must meet Civil Service requirements for appointment following establishment of the Eligible List.

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, completed county application form (applications can be found at http://www.warrencountyny.gov/jobs or by clicking here ) and provide two (2) references to:
    Lawrence Elmen, Esq.
    Warren County Attorney’s Office
    1340 State Route 9
    Lake George, New York 12845
    or via email at: elmenl@warrencountyny.gov

    Application deadline is July 22, 2024, at 5:00 p.m.

    Warren County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    1 Possession of the designation for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (CPCU) may be substituted for two (2) years of experience