Assnt Dir of Claims - Grade 64

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This title exists in Workers Compensation Board and has approximately 3 positions.

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Salary Information for Assnt Dir of Claims
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Assnt Dir of Claims 64 $123,793 $156,224
Dir Of Claims 65 $137,457 $173,664

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Job Duties

As an Assistant Director of Claims, you would manage staff and new projects studying regionalization and/or centralization of claims processing functions, such as centralized indexing, document control activities, coordination of calendaring/hearing schedules, and coordination of customer service functions including call center development and implementation; participate in Statewide district management meetings and inform executive staff of any issues related to claims operations program areas; advise district claims staff of procedural changes, new procedures, upcoming issues, problems with major insurance carriers, third party administrators, and corporations or businesses; function as a statewide focal point for communication with internal Workers Compensation Board (WCB) offices and the district offices regarding proposed and implemented legislative changes, and review and analyze impact on rules and regulations regarding the potential impact on claims processing, existing procedures ; serve as technical liaison with the Office of Continuous Improvement to formulate, review and approve procedures and reference materials; gather, prepare, and review claims processing performance reports, investigate problems areas, teams, individuals, etc. and interview employees/managers to prepare recommendations; serve as the highest-level technical claims processing expert in the Office of Operations, and act as an advisor to the Director of Claims in such matters; prepare monthly reports and information for internal and external stakeholders; determine training needs and participate in statewide training efforts; perform the full range of supervisory duties; and preside over hearings in emergency situations.

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