Risk Control Consultant – Orange County

Jun 25, 2018

As one of Southern California’s largest and most professional agencies, SullivanCurtisMonroe provides its employees with a comprehensive employee package, including: training for jobs at every level, opportunities to grow, competitive pay as well as a generous benefits package. Benefits include; 401 (k), Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Long Term Disability, Long Term Care, Paid Sick Leave and Paid Vacation, as well as: limited educational reimbursement, a child care/dependent care voucher plan, and once qualified; a deferred medical reimbursement plan.

SCM was named One of Orange county’s Best Companies to Work For by OC Metro!

Summary

Risk Control Consultants support the identification, acquisition and retention of desirable business through the delivery of risk control services to prospects and clients and acts as a resource to producers for risk assessment and analysis

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Standards of performance

Risk control consultants will exhibit the highest standard of professional behavior and provide the following services:

  • Visit and inspect targeted exposure locations
  • Prepare detailed reports and assessments describing prospect and client activities, exposures and controls (in place or necessary) that can be used to develop opportunities and strategies for improvement
  • Review loss data to identify loss sources and trends
  • Assist in analysis of exposures and risks and identification of hazards
  • Assist clients with development of:  Injury & Illness Prevention Programs, Fleet Safety Programs, Heat Injury Prevention Programs, Confined Space Entry Programs, Musculoskeletal Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, Hazardous Materials Communication Programs, DOT Driver Certification Programs, Emergency Evacuation Programs, Business Recovery Programs, Lock Out Tag Out Programs,  Corporate management accountability and employee/subcontractor incentive programs
  • Assist in dealing with regulatory authorities and agencies
  • Observe and evaluate safety committee meetings
  • Assess pertinent data sources, information, measurement instruments and decision making process
  • Provide “due diligence” assistance relative to mergers and acquisitions
  • Build/maintain positive/productive relationships with clients, carrier representatives, and internal staff
  • Attend and participate in prospect presentations to outline SCM services and support acquisition
  • All other duties as assigned

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Five years of applicable experience with insurance carrier, state / federal agency, auditing firm or in private industry
  • Possess or be willing to obtain CSP, CLCM, CRM, CSM, ARM designations or equivalent• Hold current & valid Property & Casualty Insurance License (or obtain within 90 days of employment)• Ability to develop plans and solutions and act upon them and take responsibility for outcomes
  • Possess knowledge and experience necessary for independent decision-making ability
  • Self-starter, imaginative and creative with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to influence others, strong negotiator, ability to make complex technical information understandable
  • Possess a supportive and responsive manner with internal and external customers
  • Ability to multi-task in complex working environment with accuracy and proficiency
  •  Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point software programs
  • Obtain at least 12 hours of certified continuing education credits in areas related to your job function. Courses helpful to professional development, such as strengthening sales skills, whether or not continuing education credits are available, are encouraged. Review employee manual for available reimbursement

Continuing Education

Must complete all required continuing education hours for the state in which licenses are held; in areas related to your job function (or future position desired). Courses helpful to professional development, whether giving continuing education credits or not are encouraged

Physical Demands & Work Environment

  •  Work is performed in a professional office environment
  • This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines
  •  Must have ability to push, pull, lift and or carry up to 25 pounds, walk distances up to 1 mile
  • Ability to climb ladders, enter close proximity confined spaces, wear personal protective equipment as required by client operations
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
  • Possess a valid Class ‘C’, California driver’s license
  • The position may occasionally require air travel and overnight trips

 

If interested, please send resume to John Miles at jmiles@sullicurt.com