Risk Management Consultant

Risk Management RISKM02404

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  1. Plan, organize, and conduct loss prevention and control activities.
  2. Work with internal and external clients to identify and analyze loss exposures and hazards through on-site surveys and consultations.
  3. Analyze risk exposures and make written recommendations to Underwriting regarding acceptability of risk.
  4. Assist program members with implementing effective loss control measures to reduce potential hazards.
  5. Develop training materials, including bulletins, checklists, manuals, job aids and newsletters that support and improve existing loss control activities, and maximize client awareness of significant safety and liability issues, new regulations, etc.
  6. Remain abreast of developments in equipment, work practices, legislation and other areas that affect safety and liability.
  7. Provide training to Meadowbrook departments on subjects or issues that improve their ability to service external clients.
  8. Perform property protection assessments and valuations as required.
  9. Coordinate efforts of independent property adjusters when applicable.
  10. Perform other related duties as assigned.



  1. High school diploma or equivalent required; college degree in Industrial Health and Safety (or related field such as Biology or Engineering) strongly PREFERRED.
  2. 3-5 years of experience in the loss prevention field.
  3. Possession of Associate in Risk Management (ARM), Associate Safety Professional (ASP) or Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designations at the time of hire, or agree to obtain one of these designations within three years of hire.
  4. Working knowledge of state, federal and local laws and regulations that affect safety and liability issues.
  5. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  6. Good problem-solving skills.
  7. Good interpersonal skills.
  8. Proficiency in Word, Excel and other programs as necessary.
  9. Ability to use Marshall Swift & Boeckh or similar software.
  10. Supervise/ coordinate with independent property adjusters when needed.
  11. Provide COPE data.
  12. Ability to organize work activities and multiple priorities with a minimum of supervision.
  13. Ability to determine training needs and loss control activities for clients, implement and monitor training, and provide the tools necessary to implement such activities.
  14. Ability to work under adverse conditions, such as temperature extremes, foul odors, snow and ice.
  15. Ability to travel and/or drive long distances to meet with program members. Some overnight stays required.
  16. Ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and evenings when necessary.
  17. Ability to lift up to fifty (50) pounds of materials and/or equipment.




General Property Casualty and Workers’ Compensation experience