A retired county administrator who took home $390,485 in pension benefits. A former Orange County schools superintendent with a pension of $370,000. An ex-sanitation worker for L.A.
Redwood Empire Municipal Insurance Fund (REMIF)
REMIF is a self-insured JPA created in 1976 to handle the liability insurance and workers’ compensation claims, benefit programs and risk management needs for its 15 members (14 Cities and 1 Town). REMIF also acts as a contract third party claims administrator for two additional cities. With a staff of 11 and annual revenues of $4.8 million, REMIF’s goal is to protect members’ assets by helping moderate the effects of claims, lawsuits and losses through the use of education, prevention, training, advocacy, and insurance/self-insurance programs. REMIF also provides cost effective employee benefit programs through the use of group coverage purchasing or self-insurance. The General Manager, a working manager, is responsible for the planning and direction of REMIF’s day-to-day operations to meet the organization’s fiscal and service goals. This is a lean, high performing organization that takes great pride in the work that they do. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are necessary as is direct experience with insurance, risk management and/or pooling as well as a Bachelor’s degree and four years of increasingly responsible administrative experience. An ARM or CPCU designation is preferred. Salary range from $150,000 to $185,000 DOQE with excellent benefits.
Resume filing deadline is May 22, 2017.
Please send your cover letter and resume electronically to:
Peckham & McKenney
Call Phil McKenney at (866) 912-1919 for more information or to request a detailed brochure that describes in greater detail this tremendous opportunity.
The brochure is also available on our web site at www.peckhamandmckenney.com.
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