Risk Management Analyst I/II

County of Sonoma

Salary Information: I level - $71,796 - $87,283 Annually

II level - $78,976 - $96,007 Annually 


The County of Sonoma Human Resources Department seeks enthusiastic professionals to become their next Risk Management Analyst.  This is an excellent career choice for a professional wanting to engage in the full range of risk management and risk assessment functions in the public sector arena. This position provides a high level of support to risk management activities through adjudicating a variety of claims, analyzing data, interpreting and applying policies and/or legislation, and communicating with stakeholders. 


Typical duties of this position include: investigating, analyzing, and making recommendations regarding the disposition of tort, property, and subrogation claims; reviewing and approving contract insurance requirements; performing risk assessments; making loss control recommendations to County departments; representing the County in Small Claims Court; reviewing, researching, and producing responsive documents to Public Records Act requests; dealing effectively with claimants, employees, and other agencies; and providing as needed training to department liaisons.

Ideal candidates will possess:

  • Strong critical thinking skills and the ability to foresee the ripple effects of day-to-day decisions
  • The ability to analyze and use sound judgment to make decisions in light of ambiguous factors
  • Excellent investigative skills to research information from a variety of sources, analyze findings, and provide recommendations
  • The ability to thrive in an organization that maintains a fast-pace, coupled with a challenging workload and competing priorities
  • The aptitude to research and apply legal statues and civil procedures relating to claims adjusting
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Robust interpersonal skills and creativity to successfully resolve issues with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders, to include claimants, the community, employees, and other agencies


For further information, including benefits and the selection details, please visit: www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org, or call 707-565-2331. EOE Apply by 7/24/17!


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