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Workers' Comp Claims Manager - Eberle Vivian

EBERLE VIVIAN- WORKERS' COMP CLAIMS MANAGER -Seeking English and Spanish Speaking Managers

 Eberle Vivian is seeking an experienced Spanish speaking claims professional to join our team. We provide the ideal opportunity for an individuals who prefer to use their skills for creative claims management. Each claims manager located in Kent, WA is provided with their own private office. We offer fully funded benefits which include medical, dental, vision, long and short term disability and life insurance. Flex time is available between core hours. Telecommuting possible after demonstrated proficiency. Home office environment fully supported for full time telecommuters. Salary DOE.

Senior Workers' Compensation Anyalyst - City of Seattle

Position Description

The Workers' Compensation Unit at the City of Seattle is looking for a Senior Analyst to join their team. Specifically, they are looking for someone with hands-on adjusting experience with Washington State Workers' Compensation Self-Insurance. This is a motivated and focused team that has dropped their open claims from more than 1200 to less than 800, in the last 3 years, by focusing on customer service improvements and proactive claims management. If you are looking for an opportunity to contribute your capabilities to a team like this, please read on for more information.

Job Responsibilities

Your success in this role will depend on the following:
• Knowledge of workers' compensation claims handling and management, pertinent guidelines and laws, as well as medical services and terminology
• Judgment and decision-making throughout the stages of the claims process
• Planning and coordination of each claim and the steps and stakeholders involved
• Communication with a wide variety of people and perspectives, including situations that require confidence and defense of both your preparation and decision-making
• Monitoring claims progress as well as work of consultants
• Accuracy in estimation of claim reserves needed and calculation of wage replacement benefits
• Initiative and accountability


In addition to the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above, to be considered for this role you are required to have a combination of the following that provides a level of expertise to perform the job:

Experience: Two years Washington State workers' compensation claims management experience
Education: A four-year degree in business or public administration, legal, medical or other related field
Equivalency: A combination of experience, education, training that provides an equivalent background required to perform this job