Alliance of Schools for Cooperative Insurance Programs (ASCIP)

Formed in 1980 as a joint purchase program, the Alliance of Schools for Cooperative Insurance Programs (ASCIP) became a risk sharing pool in 1985. ASCIP is a non-profit public agency Joint Powers Authority (JPA) that provides liability, property, workers’ compensation, health benefits coverage and school construction insurance to public school districts, charter schools, community colleges, and subsidiary JPAs throughout the state of California.

Job Title: Senior Risk Services Consultant

Apply by: Fri, 03/01/2019


Director of Risk Management & Safety (PS101319) $125,195.20 - 151,320.00 annually plus excellent benefits Employee pays up to 7% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan. This job posting is open from November 9, 2018 and is open until filled. First Review Date of Applications: December 10, 2018 (Monday) ABOUT THE POSITION: The Director of Risk Management and Safety develops, implements, administers, and evaluates policies, programs, and procedures for loss prevention, occupational health, workplace safety, environmental safety, and workers’ compensation programs in accordance with federal, state and local regulations, industry standards and District policy. This position also oversees and manages the District Emergency Preparedness and Disaster program. The Director of Risk Management and Safety will work with the Auditor/Controller and the District’s brokers regarding insurance programs; will also act as the primary contact for all risk management issues across the District. Under general administrative direction of the Deputy General Manager of Administration and Development, the Director of Risk Management and Safety exercises considerable independent judgment and initiative to achieve objectives. This position provides guidance to, and receives direction from the highest levels of management and supervises and evaluates the work of professional and clerical staff to administer programs. Responsibilities include continuous contact with District management, supervisors, labor representatives, Board of Directors, and federal, state, and local contacts.

Job Title: Director of Risk Management & Safety (PS101319)

Apply by: Thu, 01/31/2019

City of Santa Ana

The City of Santa Ana has a diverse population of approximately 325,000. The City provides all the traditional municipal services, as well as water utility, library system, 20 acre zoo, and 512-bed City jail. The City has an active arts and cultural community and vibrant downtown.

Job Title: Risk Manager (MM)

Apply by: Thu, 01/31/2019

El Dorado Irrigation District

Click here to read some of the milestones in EID's history In 1925, some 77 years after Marshall’s discovery of gold and in the face of growing competition for water from hydropower producers, El Dorado County residents voted to form El Dorado Irrigation District. The reasons? To protect water filings, ensure a secure water supply, keep irrigation rates reasonable, and increase the value of agricultural lands. The emphasis on agriculture was understandable. By 1920, thousands of acres were in crop production, fed mostly by old mining ditches that relied on uncertain precipitation patterns and little storage. Indeed, adequate water for agricultural irrigation and domestic needs was the focus of the EID Board of Directors’ first meeting: “The question arose as to the water shortage for the coming irrigation season, and it was the consensus that every effort be made to bring about immediate relief.” Two years later, the District purchased the water storage and distribution system of the financially troubled El Dorado Water Corporation. Facilities and infrastructure consisted of about 70 miles of main laterals and ditches as well as Weber Reservoir, which the corporation completed in 1924. For the next few decades, EID sought new water supplies. Faced with the Great Depression and other woes, finances were tight. But demand for water continued to rise, spurred by more land in agricultural production and a growing population. By the 1950s, there were nearly as many people in El Dorado County as there were during the apex of the 1850s – 1860s mining days. The culmination of a long-held dream came with completion of the Sly Park reservoir, now known as Jenkinson Lake, in the mid-1950s. Built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation as part of California’s Central Valley Project, the reservoir and surrounding recreation lands were officially transferred into EID ownership in late 2003.

Job Title: Deputy Safety and Security Officer

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Apply by: Thu, 01/31/2019