Employment Exchange

WSIA provides open employment listings as a service to members. There is a $25 fee to post a position on the Employment Exchange, and ads will be posted for 30 days unless directed otherwise. Ad content supplied by hiring employers. For more information or to post a job, email Kari Heinold or call (360) 754-6416.


Program & Operations Manager, Leave Administration - City of Seattle

The Seattle Department of Human Resources 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. The Department focuses on providing high quality services to all City employees and departments and works collaboratively with department leaders to align policies, practices, and programs citywide to fulfill the vision of workforce equity and excellence.

 
Within the department, Citywide Leave Administration is a newer centralized offering of the Seattle Department of Human Resources, which coincided with an expansion of the City's Paid Parental Leave program in 2017. To support realizing consistency in policy interpretation and the development of citywide processes governing leaves, we have created the role of Program and Operations Manager, Leave Administration.


Accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.


Senior Claims Examiner - Archbright

The Senior Claims Examiner provides professional advice and counsel to employers regarding worker’s compensation insurance premiums and liabilities in a State Fund and Retrospective Rating Program environment.

Typical work for a Senior Claims Representative:

  • Develop and maintain strong and positive relationships with members.
  • Provide general oversight, instruction, and mentoring of claims adjudicators.  
  • Investigate, analyze, and determine insurance liability concerning worker’s compensation injury claims
  • Correspond with or interview medical specialists, employers, witnesses, claimants, state adjudicators, vocational counselors and investigators to compile information and documentation. 
  • Coordination of modified return-to-work plans for temporarily disabled claimants: Identification of appropriate light duty job tasks based on the extent and type of disability. 
  • Advising employers of appropriate implementation and management of formal job offers and return-to-work programs in accordance with state and federal regulations. 
  • Manage benefit payments for accuracy and eligibility. 
  • Identification and referral of appropriate cases to a supervisor for claims requiring a higher level of intervention, legal review and/or litigation preparation. 

You’ll need to have:

  • Bachelor’s degree or related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Five years+s experience with WA State Worker’s compensation
  • Experience with WA State Retrospective Rating Programs
  • WA state certification or WWCP designation preferred
  • Effective, friendly, professional customer service experience-minimum of one to three years
  • Experience within a variety of industry sectors preferred
  • Ability to clearly write and articulate a host of complex HR and Business-related topics.  
  • Strong team-based thinking and desire to coach and mentor others


Claims Adjudicator I - Archbright

This position communicates and corresponds with employers, medical providers and L&I to obtain or clarify information for scheduled management of assigned medical only caseload under the general direction and guidance of Claims Representatives.  There may be some flexibility to work from home, while most meetings and work are conducted at our Georgetown office. This is a full-time, hourly, non-exempt, non-supervisory position.

Typical work for a Claims Adjudicator I:

  • File generation via data import from L&I website 
  • Process and distribute incoming L&I correspondence, as well as emails/faxes received in WCS inbox throughout the day, to appropriate claim handler. 
  • Process all out-of-experience mail for batch mail processing to Employers  
  • Daily data entry for all new claims received via L&I data import, as well as WCS inbox, with assignment of appropriate claim handler 
  • Manage minor medical only/full duty case load 
  • Answer department incoming calls, and triage as necessary 
  • Completion of, and submission to L&I, applications for Stay at Work Wage Reimbursement opportunities on behalf of Employers 
  • Schedule Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals conferences for Sr Claims Examiners and submit Notice of Appearance to the Board. 

You'll need to have:

  • High School diploma, or equivalent
  • Effective, friendly, professional customer service experience-minimum of one to three years
  • Previous Insurance Claims processing experience is preferred
  • Excellent MS Office Suite experience, particularly Outlook, Word, Excel
  • Experience with CRM-ERP systems, SharePoint, and current office automation tools