The goal of the City’s risk management program is to minimize risk assumed by the City to the greatest extent possible, through implementation of policies and programs designed to promote safety, minimize hazards and minimize financial exposure. The DOA Risk Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the Department of Aviation’s risk management program by assessing DOA’s exposure/risk and recommending risk transfer and mitigation programs. The DOA Risk Manager provides commentary on risk issues in contracts, develops and implements programs in efforts to minimize the total costs of risk through contractual risk transfer, financial risk transfer and loss prevention. Please visit www.atlantaga.gov for more information.
Supervision Received The DOA Risk Manager works under the direction of the Director of the Office of Enterprise Risk Management who has citywide responsibility for managing the City’s overall risk program. This is a middle management level position charged with responsibility for a specialized function. Direction received is general and focuses on short and long-term risk management operating objectives, managerial effectiveness, and operating results.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities These are typical responsibilities for this position and should not be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. •May perform other duties as assigned. •Coordinates the procurement of DOA’s insurance program; reviews coverage proposals in coordination with department staff and recommends coverage options. •Manages the Department of Aviation’s property and casualty insurance program, including the administration of the OCIP (Owner Controlled Insurance Program). •Liaisons with DOA’s insurance broker team and insurer relationships concerning insurance procurement, account management, claims management, safety and loss control and all other risk management programs. •Manages the OCIP Administration team and works closely with the DOA Safety Team to analyze programs and make recommendations to aid in the reduction of accidents through various mediums, including training, emergency preparedness and inspections. •Provides oversight to team members by establishing and evaluating insurance and bonding requirements and compliance for DOA procurement activities and contractual agreements. •Coordinates with Workers’ Compensation Risk Manager to facilitate and manage the DOA workers’ compensation program. •Evaluates the impacts of new and proposed legislation and makes recommendations to ensure compliance with all policies, procedures and regulations, including local, state and federal statutory laws, ordinances and health and safety regulations.
Minimum Qualifications – Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree in Risk Management, Finance, Public Administration or closely related field, and 5 years' of progressively responsible experience managing an insurance / risk management program for an organization, including the administrative responsibility for the development and maintenance of Workers' Compensation, loss control, property and casualty insurance, and safety engineering programs.
Preferred Education & Experience Master’s degree in Risk Management, Finance, Public Administration or closely related field with a minimum of 8 years' progressively responsible experience including at least 3 years of specialized experience managing and/or administering an OCIP.
Licensures and Certifications None required. OSHA 500 certification and Associate in Risk Management (ARM) are desirable.
Essential Capabilities and Work Environment Required physical, lifting, and sensory capabilities are requirements to perform the job successfully. Typical environmental conditions associated with job.
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Additional Salary Information: Salary is commensurate with experience.
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