Los Angeles Unified School District
Job Title: Claims Coordinator (Business Administrative)
• Plans, organizes, and supervises the day-to-day activities and oversees the performance of employees in a unit within the Division of Risk Management and Insurance Services.
• Coordinates and audits Third Party Administrator’s (TPA) files, practices, and claims administration; and assists in maintaining on-going oversight.
• Oversees the coordination and communication of information related to employee, student or third party injury incidents, accident prevention, reasonable accommodation, and return to work efforts and remedial measures with District offices, TPA, and other agencies.
• Establishes criteria used in the evaluation and settlement of workers’ compensation and liability claims, and oversees implementation to ensure best practice guidelines are met.
• Reviews and evaluates claims processing and payment activity, and reports, settlement authorization requests; and recommends the settlement of claims within defined levels.
• Develops in-service workshops, seminars, and other training strategies for District personnel related to workers’ compensation, return to work, reasonable accommodation procedures, and liability claim policies.
• Reviews statutory and regulatory changes and court decisions in order to make recommendations for appropriate administrative response.
• Compiles and analyzes claims data, and make recommendations for policy, procedural, legal, and rule changes.
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Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree, preferably with a major in risk management, business administration, public administration, vocational rehabilitation, or a related field. Qualifying experience beyond that required in a professional level staff position may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.
Three years of experience, preferably with a public agency, in any combination of the following areas:
- Developing, implementing, or coordinating a workers’ compensation program with responsibility for more than 1,000 workers’ compensation claims per year, which must include at least one year of experience performing duties regarding workers’ compensation covered by California law.
- Developing, implementing, or coordinating a liability program with responsibility for more than 500 liability claims per year, which must include at least one year of experience performing duties regarding liability claims covered by California law.
- Developing, implementing, or coordinating a return to work or reasonable accommodation program with responsibility for more than 100 cases per year, which must include at least one year of experience performing duties regarding return to work or reasonable accommodations covered by California law.
Possession of certification as an Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Associate in Risk Management – Public Entities (ARM-P), Associate in Claims (AIC), State of California Self Insured Administrator Certificate, and/or Certified Professional in Disability Management (CPDM) is
Apply by: Mon, 03/19/2018