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Posted 10/18/2017

Senior Risk Control Consultant, Construction - Florida

Company Information : Solid reputation, passionate people and endless opportunities. That’s Travelers. Our superior financial strength and consistent record of strong operating returns mean security for our customers – and opportunities for our employees. You will find Travelers to be full of energy and a workplace in which you truly can make a difference.

Job Summary : Under general supervision, provide the Underwriter with account knowledge as it relates to hazards, controls, and management. They will need to evaluate how a company identifies and manages their inherent risk factors. Additionally they are expected to differentiate the account from others in similar classes of business. In this role the consultant will be working with our larger, more complex and all lines accounts. This role reports to the Risk Control Field Director Managing Risk Control Consultant. This job does not manage others.

Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities: Partnering and having joint ownership with Underwriting to select, retain, and grow a profitable book of business. Building and maintaining productive relationships with Underwriting, Claim, Risk Control Specialists, and Brokers to service customers as a unified team. Writing technically detailed reports that communicate a clear assessment of risk and effectively articulate recommendations Discovering and evaluating customer needs through loss analysis and customer readiness in order to provide Risk Control products and services to help control losses. Staying current with technical subject matters, regulatory environment and emerging issues. Creating a valued customer experience through each assessment and service encounter. Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:  Undergraduate degree in environmental health and safety, engineering, construction management, basic sciences and related technical fields required. 8+ years of experience in risk control or safety related positions in industries such as construction, manufacturing, or military required . Mastery knowledge of business insurance lines of coverage and contractual risk transfer required . Valid drivers license required . Must have or be able to attain appropriate certification to meet specific state requirements where applicable.

Education, Work Experience & Knowledge: Insurance industry acumen. Graduate degree in related field.

Job Specific & Technical Skills & Competencies: Technical aptitude, detail oriented. Superior communication skills – both written and verbal. Ability to quickly establish credibility and rapport with all others. Experience working in a collaborative environment. Critical thinking skills. Influencing skills that effectively drive business needs. Negotiating change to achieve optimal outcomes. Ability to give and receive coaching and feedback.

Environmental/Work Schedules/Other: Environmental: Exposure to Excess Noise (Occasionally) Exposure to Dirt, Dust, Fumes, Smoke, Gases, or Other Irritating Substances (Occasionally) Exposure to Variable Weather Conditions (Frequently) Operate or work around moving machinery (Frequently) Other: Travel (Varies with Territory Geography)

Physical Requirements: Sitting (can stand at will) (Frequency) Standing (Frequently) Climb ladders and stairs and transition to access building roof areas and multi-story buildings. (Frequently) Use of Keyboards, Sporadic 10-Key (Frequently) Driving (Daily) Walking on surfaces that are uneven, wet, icy, and somewhat unstable. (Frequently) Climbing unprotected heights (ladder, rooftop, stairs, loading dock) (Occasionally)

Licensing or Certificates: Recognized relevant certifications (such as ASP, CSP, ARM, CFPS)

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: Travelers is an equal opportunity employer


For further information, contract Tim McGrath, Construction RC Manager - 813-653-9447

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Safety Alliance

POSTED 11/3/2017

Company Name: Southern States TOYOTAlift
Job Title/Position: Operator Training Instructor (Forklift and Industrial Equipment Trainer)
Position Located: Tampa/FL
Contact Name: Jenn Zondor
Company Address: 115 South 78th Street Tampa, FL 33619

Position Description: Position summary: Provides operator training for our customers and employees (as required). General Purpose: To promote safety by teaching safe and proper driving and operator techniques for individuals who operate powered industrial equipment and construction equipment. Role qualifications: • Develop and implement classes that are needed based on our customers’ needs, as well as our employees. • Must be well versed on all types of powered industrial equipment and construction equipment – stay current on new models as manufacturers release them • Ensure we are delivering the best possible quality in our training courses, always promoting safety, keeping the students engaged during class Position responsibilities: • Organize and facilitate classes for operator training (may be at customer site or at our training facility). • Organize and facilitate classes for those who train other operators (Train the Trainer). Classes may be at customer site or at our training facility. • Perform as our Lift Truck Safety Consultant for internal and external customers. • Stay current on all OSHA regulations as regards powered industrial equipment or construction equipment – attend schools as available, read OSHA publications. • Gather feedback from students, use feedback to make improvements as appropriate. • Document student results for education tracking, determine whether each student passes or fails, and award Operator’s License to those who pass. • Promote Operator Training by calling on customers to sell this service – increasing revenues and safety at the same time. • Sell tapes and miscellaneous safety products. • Follow up on training leads forwarded by sales reps or other sources. • Complete all necessary paperwork related to leads, billing, proposals, and class documentation. • Update WLT computer records to document customer calls, completed classes, prospects, etc. • Pass general sales leads you might learn about on to appropriate sales team. • Attend trade shows, representing WLT – be available for speaking / seminars as needed. • Projects as assigned by Safety Director. Physical demands and work environment: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions: • Physical demands: Employee is required to frequently stand, walk, talk, listen, and use feet to operate machinery. Employee is required to occasionally use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls, including computer, presentation equipment, and other office equipment. Employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Occasional climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. • Work environment: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate; however, while performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to noisier shop environments and may be exposed to unusual environments at customer sites. When performing duties of this job, it is a requirement to wear Personal Protective Equipment whenever appropriate.

Position Requirements: Essential skills and experience: • Strong communication and presentation skills, with ability to keep students engaged in safety • Commitment to company vision and mission • Strong computer proficiency • In depth knowledge of powered industrial equipment and construction equipment • Expert knowledge of OSHA regulations as relate to industrial powered equipment and our industry • Current certification for driving powered industrial equipment • Current valid driver’s license and good driving record Nonessential skills and experience: • Professional certification in Safety (such as NASP and WSO) • Awareness of lean business principles

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