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Workers' Compensation Claims Specialist - Eberle Vivian/Helmsman

Liberty Mutual has an immediate opening for an experienced Claims Specialist as part of our Workers Compensation team supporting Eberle Vivian claims.  The Senior Claims Specialist works within a Claims Team, using the latest technology to manage an assigned caseload of routine to moderately complex claims from the investigation of the claim through resolution.  This includes making decisions about liability/compensability, evaluating losses, and negotiating settlements.  In this senior-level role, you will interact with Claimants, Policyholders, Appraisers, Attorneys, and other third parties throughout the claim management process.

*We are open to fill this position as a Claims Specialist II or Senior Claims Specialist based on experience.

Responsibilities:

  • Acts as senior technical professional on team, assisting team members with escalated issues.
  • May mentor and train new team members.
  • May participate in Quality Review process. Assesses policy coverage for submitted claims and notifies the insured of any issues; determines and establishes reserve requirements, adjusting reserves, as necessary, during the processing of the claim.
  • Plans and conducts investigations of claims (including such activities as interviewing insureds, witnesses and claimants, collecting and evaluating appropriate documentation and securing evidence and protecting the chain of custody) to analyze and confirm coverage and to determine liability, compensability and damages; determines need for, and engages independent adjusters, cause and origin experts and independent medical examiners.
  • Determines and documents, during the investigation process, the potential for subrogation, and pursues recovery.
  • Coordinates the litigation activities associated with assigned claims to ensure timely and cost-effective resolution; may participate in mediation and hearings.
  • Performs other duties, as assigned.

**Position is located in Kent, WA, and allows some work from home capabilities after we return to the office later in the year.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
  • 1-5 years' experience in claims adjusting along with knowledge of claims investigation techniques, legal liability, insurance coverage, negotiation skills and medical terminology
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills to provide information in a clear and concise manner and to communicate with a variety of individuals
  • Effective analytical skills to gather information, analyze facts and make recommendations based upon information collected
  • Required to obtain and maintain all applicable licenses. Continuing education courses leading to industry certifications preferred (e.g., AEI, IIA, CPCU).

Workers' Compensation Analyst - City of Seattle

The Seattle Department of Human Resources (SHR) endeavors to promote an equitable and engaging work environment so employees can do their best work and make a difference for the people and communities we serve.

Within the department, the Workers’ Compensation unit is a service-driven team that delivers customer service and proactive claims management. This unit is responsible for administering the City’s self-insured workers’ compensation program. To support the continued success of this unit, we are looking for a Worker’s Compensation Analyst to adjudicate and effectively manage workers’ compensation claims.


Safety Officer - Pierce County

This is a great opportunity to join our customer-focused safety program in Pierce County. You will use your expertise to consult on safety issues, advise leaders on risk trends, and create and execute innovative solutions for complex conditions. This role is 50% of the time in the field developing relationships and partnering with safety staff throughout Pierce County. You will be integral in helping all employees determine where our safety issues are and develop programs that are in step with compliance and best practices.

We are looking for a creative, strategic leader with strong analytical skills, the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, county staff, and other groups and individuals, as well as someone with great communication skills. This role will need an individual who can operate in a fast-paced environment with a strong attention to detail. If you are ready to combine your safety expertise with the ability to naturally inspire and nurture constant and amiable collaboration to accomplish goals, then this is the job for you!