The Risk and Claims Manager performs supervisory and administrative work reviewing and ensuring that contractors, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers and tenants doing business with the Aviation Authority have sufficient insurance coverage. Obtains and maintains underwriting information for Authority procured insurance coverages. Adjusts, reviews and negotiates property, automobile, liability and workers’ compensation claims on behalf of the Authority. Assists in implementing loss prevention/inspection programs including, safety training, safety committee facilitation, as well as OSHA and SMS compliance. The position also performs a wide range of supervisory duties supporting the Authority’s Risk and Insurance Program including overseeing the administrative function of the Risk Management support team.
Note: The following duties are illustrative and not exhaustive. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. Depending on assigned area of responsibility, incumbents in the position may perform one or more of the activities described below.
Assists in the review of contracts, procurement solicitations, leases, and other agreements to verify/revise insurance language and establish threshold insurance limits.
Tracks and ensures that contractors, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers and tenants comply with insurance requirements throughout the contractual term and period of exposure to loss.
Collects, updates and maintains underwriting data for the annual insurance policy renewal process.
Assists with the maintenance of claims log and monitors processing of general liability, auto liability and property and casualty insurance claims to ensure accurate and timely adjudication and settlement.
Assists with the investigation of incidents that could result in compensatory events with insurance companies.
Oversees, investigates, collects and coordinates the adjudication of bodily injury and property damage claims by or against the Authority.
Verifies performance and payment bonds with issuing institution/bank
Supports efforts to control and plan for institutional risks
Supports Airport Safety initiatives, including participation on the Safety Committee, safety training and procedures
Conducts facility inspections when necessary
Updates and facilities implementation of risk management policies, procedures and forms
Oversees the administrative function and processes of the Risk Management Support staff
Performs related work as required.
Graduation from an accredited four-year degree granting college or university preferred, but experience in risk management, insurance, claims adjusting, safety, risk reduction, or an equivalent combination of experience may substitute for educational requirements. Must be able to pass a mandatory FBI background screening as required by TSA standards. Experience with PROPworks Property and Revenue Management System, risk management information system(s), or holding an insurance-related license is a plus. May be subject to a credit check.
About Tampa International Airport
Hillsborough County Aviation Authority oversees Tampa International Airport and three General Aviation Airports: Tampa Executive, Plant City, and Peter O. Knight. Tampa International Airport is one of the region's most significant economic engines, with a total economic output of more than $7 billion. The airport and its tenants employ more than 7,500 people on the airport campus and support more than 81,000 jobs in the community.