If you have a background in insurance or finance and have strong analytical and communication skills, consider applying for the Self Insurance Analyst position. Why not choose a career path where you can make a real and lasting impact through your service to the great state of Wisconsin?
Located in beautiful downtown Madison, this position has easy access to a wide variety of nearby food, music, recreation and shopping venues. The Department of Workforce Development (DWD) offers interesting and exciting work with new technologies, service-oriented staff, a casual office environment, flexibility, and many opportunities to grow your skills. This position may be eligible for the federal public service loan forgiveness program.
The State of Wisconsin offers an exemplary benefits package, with ample leave time (3.5 weeks of vacation, 9 paid holidays, and sick time), excellent insurance options (health, dental, vision, life, and more), a top-notch retirement program, and much more.
This position exercises a high level of leadership in managing the programs for self-insurance, partial, and divided coverage programs within the Worker’s Compensation (WC) Division. The position develops program policy and procedure, reviews the financial analysis and recommendations of staff, provides training and direction to staff performing financial analysis and/or reading financial statements for data entry and performs the most complex and difficult risk analyses.
This position requires the ability to travel occasionally to employer worksites throughout Wisconsin.
Due to the nature of this position, a criminal background check may be required prior to appointment.
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the United States (i.e. a US citizen or national or a lawful permanent resident) at the time of appointment. DWD does not sponsor visas and is not an eligible OPT employer for those with F1 visas. This is not a contract position. Any appointment made will be contingent on the applicant being able to prove valid status to work in the United States.
Veterans are encouraged to apply.
Minimally qualified applicants will have experience performing tasks related to the following:
Researching, analyzing and interpreting complex written materials (e.g., federal or state legislation, regulations or administrative code, advisory or policy documents).
Analyzing financial data and reports (e.g. balance sheets, income statements, cash flow, annual reports, market data, or similar).
Communicating professionally with a variety of audiences about technical topics.
Well-qualified applicants will also have:
Bachelor's degree or higher in public policy, finance, business, law or similar.
Experience assessing impact of proposed law changes.
Experience in the insurance industry, particularly any experience with self insurance or wrap up insurance.
Experience managing a program (e.g. setting program goals, developing policies and procedures, evaluating program effectiveness, or similar).
Internal Number: 18-02499
About WI Department of Workforce Development
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is a state agency charged with building and strengthening Wisconsin's workforce in the 21st century and beyond.
The Department's primary responsibilities include providing job services, training and employment assistance to people looking for work, at the same time as it works with employers on finding the necessary workers to fill current job openings.
Under the DWD umbrella, a wide variety of employment programs can be found which range from securing jobs for people with disabilities, assisting former welfare recipients as they make a transition into work, promoting employment in the state through Wisconsin Job Centers, linking youth with jobs of tomorrow, protecting and enforcing worker's rights, processing unemployment claims and ensuring workers compensation claims are paid in accordance with the law.