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City of San José, CA
Insurance & Risk Manager
Annual salary range: $101,911 to $143,998
The City provides an array of benefits.
Application deadline: Open until filled.
First review of resumes will be Monday, March 5, 2018.
San José is the 10th largest city in the United States and is recognized as the capital for the world’s center for innovation. San José is also home to an energetic, talented and diverse population and is located within the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area with an abundance of great weather.
The Insurance & Risk Manager will be responsible for safeguarding City’s properties (with a replacement value at $3.9 billion) and other assets through the selection of brokers and purchase of insurance to guard against catastrophic events. The successful candidate will recommend strategies for protecting the City against all financial exposures and risks. This position reviews the City’s risk exposures with the City’s insurance broker to analyze the City’s needs, and present them to insurance carriers to obtain the most cost-effective insurance coverage.
Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public or business administration, insurance, finance, risk management or a closely related field; and six years of progressively responsible work experience managing insurance and risk programs preferably in a public agency, including two years with supervisory and management authority over staff and financial responsibility within the program area or division. Certification as either an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) or Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) is also required.
To view the online brochure and submit your materials, please visit: https://secure.cpshr.us/escandidate/JobDetail?ID=311
For information about this position, please contact:
CPS HR Consulting
To view an online brochure for this position visit: www.cpshr.us/search
City of San José website: www.sanjoseca.gov
The City of San José is an equal opportunity employer.
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