City of Boca Raton, Florida (pop. 86,647)

Risk Manager

 

Located on Florida’s “Gold Coast,” the City of Boca Raton encompasses 28 square miles and is the second largest city in Palm Beach County.  This culture-rich community offers outstanding educational opportunities, several outlets for sports and entertainment and a growing and diverse economy, all of which contribute to the City’s exceptional quality of life.   Residents and visitors alike enjoy its many amenities, picturesque architecture, and an amphitheater with legendary performances; 1,600 acres of beautiful parks; many well-equipped community centers; and, best of all, 3.5 miles of beautiful public beach.

 

The City is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Risk Manager which provides development and administration of the risk management program.  The Risk Manager reports to the Management Services Director and has supervisory responsibilities for five full-time and one part-time employee which includes a Benefits Manager; Workers’ Compensation Administrator; Risk Management Analyst; Benefits Coordinator; and a Risk Management Specialist. 

 

The City is self-insured for health and workers’ compensation insurance, as well as for general liability.  The City’s Self Insurance Funds totaled $45.6 million for FY2016. 

 

Candidates must have a combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in risk management or a related field.  Also, candidates must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in risk management, some of which should be at a supervisory level preferably within municipal government.  The salary is open, dependent upon qualifications.  The position is open until filled. 

 

To apply, visit www.srnsearch.com and apply online.  Questions may be directed to S. Renée Narloch, President, S. Renée Narloch & Associates, at (850) 391-0000 or info@srnsearch.com.  A detailed brochure is available.  The City of Boca Raton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Under Florida’s broad open records law, applications/résumés are subject to public disclosure.