MPA and MPP Job list Airport Risk Management Coordinator - SLC Airport
melissa.hall at mpa.utah.edu
Mon Dec 9 14:38:06 MST 2013
AIRPORT RISK MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR
(024) $3,507.00 - $4,644.00
May be required to work non-traditional hours and be on-call 24 hours a day.
A ten year personal, criminal and employment background check is required by the Federal Aviation Administration for positions located at the Airport.
Under the general supervision of the Airport Property and Real Estate Manager, is responsible to prepare and monitor the insurance coverage for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports. Conducts investigations on all potentially loss-producing incidents and prepares related documentation with our insurance companies representatives. Coordinates all aspects of leasing for Airport property. Prepares and maintains the current Statement of Values to ensure appropriate levels of insurance coverage are maintained. Analyzes claim reports and designs programs to mitigate or eliminate exposure. Supports the Salt Lake City's Risk Manager for Airport related items.This is a professional level position with extensive responsibility for analyzing and maintaining appropriate insurance coverage, evaluating and proposing solutions to complex liability issues, and the ability to maintain and manage computer reports and tracking systems.
Must be available to be on-call 24 hours a day for accidents, property, and liability emergencies.
Develops and coordinates efforts to control or mitigate loss-producing conditions and activities from the traveling public and airport users including claims for property damage, personal injury, facility hazards, and related events. Provides recommendations to Airport Property and Real Estate Manager regarding programs to lessen exposure. Evaluates insurance coverage and ensures that appropriate coverage levels are maintained based on anticipated and ongoing construction and facility modifications. Maintains current Statement of Values. Implements modifications in coverage, as necessary. Conducts on-site evaluations and inspections of risk potential. Files and collects all claims against Airport's property insurer. Maintains coverage on Airport artwork. Reviews daily incident reports for potential claims. Provides notifications to Airport's claim handler of probable liability issues. First point-of-contact for individual claimants, either by telephone or correspondence. Prepares written narratives in response to personal injury or property damage claims. Maintains file of all Airport property damage. Requests estimates from various departments, invoices known damage causer and collects all outstanding bills. Initiates new programs to abate future damage based on analysis of past occurrences. Maintains the relationship with the Airport's insurance company and broker of record. Organizes and leads quarterly claims meeting. Performs detailed investigations at the request of the Airport's insurer. On occasion uses broker for analysis of coverage in special risk situations. Develops information system(s) insurance database. Ensures timely and accurate recording of losses, claims, insurance premiums, coverage, and other risk-related costs and experience factors. Prepares analysis of claim frequency, claim trends, and other statistically significant data and provides recommendations on containment strategies and loss-reduction programs. Coordinates all aspects of leasing for Airport property to ensure compliance with rules and regulations. Acts as a liaison between tenants and Airport personnel regarding leasing. Updates maps to include new leased locations. Coordinates claims with insurance claims adjuster to provide documentation, as necessary and requested. Provides legally defensible documents and analysis for legal counsel and claims adjusters in routine and possible substantial liability exposure incidents. May be required to give legal testimony. Conducts accident investigations. Obtains Police reports of accidents from the Police Department. Determines the need for additional Police investigations and coordinates those investigations with the Police Department. Acts as a liaison between the Airport, employee and insurance companies. Acts as back up for land acquisitions and dispositions in accordance with Federal Aviation rules and regulations. Coordinates appraisals, environmental audit of property and negotiates sale price. Contacts title companies for searches and maintains current titles on all Airport properties as needed. Attend airline safety committee meetings as requested. Recover from the liable party property damage expenses. Maintain property space reference maps that the Airport's Finance Department uses for billing purposes as described in the Airport Use Agreement. The Airport is an Enterprise fund of Salt Lake City Corporation and the position will be required to function in an intense business environment, with a high degree of private sector interaction. Perform other related duties as required.
Bachelors degree in Risk Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Property Management, Finance or a related field. A minimum of one (1) year experience in related to the duties listed above. Related education and experience may be substituted, one for the other, on a year-for-year basis.
Working knowledge of federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures related to the development and administration of contractual insurance rates and coverage.
Working knowledge of rules and regulations in an aviation-related environment. Working knowledge of OSHA safety standards. (These are desired qualifications, not mandatory requirements.)
Ability to establish and maintain successful relationships with individuals of diverse backgrounds. Ability to relate well verbally and in written media with public, tenants, attorneys, and employees, including statistical analysis, conflict resolution, and problem solving.
Demonstrated proficiency in use of computers and associated software.
Valid driver's license or driving privilege card and your own transportation available for periodic use.
* Associate in Claims (AIC)
* Airport experience
Melissa Yack Hall, MPA, ABD
MPA Program Manager
University of Utah
Orson Spencer Hall 214
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