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Risk Manager - Insurance - USA Remote Anywhere - (B4)

****US Remote Anywhere****


The purpose of the Senior Risk Analyst position is to provide operational assistance to Director, Risk Management and risk management support to Applieds various functional departments and business groups globally. This will be accomplished by working closely with the Director and proactively interacting with the business groups and departments, collaborating, building trust, and allowing for effective exchange of information necessary to deliver required support and services, and providing timely guidance to stakeholders, preparing reports or presentations, and resolving other risk related matters.

The individual will manage assigned insurance programs and various risk management projects as they arise. Assigned responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: exposure data collection and analysis, claims management for assigned insurance programs, budget preparation and monitoring, providing support with acquisition and divestiture activities, working with third-party vendors related to assigned responsibilities, assisting with contract reviews, providing assistance with property risk engineering, and assisting with other ad hoc projects/requests.

Person in this position will work closely with members of Finance, Legal, Health & Safety, Procurement, Human Resources, Logistics, Security and other internal clients in the development and communication of programs and initiatives aimed at mitigating risk of loss, while minimizing long-term total cost of risk for the organization.

**_Essential Functions_**

_Insurance Program Management_ manage all aspects of assigned insurance programs, which may include but are not limited to the following: commercial general liability, workers compensation, auto liability, and non-owned aviation. Manage activities of third-party vendors associated with assigned insurance programs.

_Property Risk Engineering_ manage and coordinate, with assistance from third-party vendors, all loss control and property risk engineering services. This responsibility includes but is not limited to the following activities: attending site visits, collaborating with business on implementation of recommendations of property risk engineers, communicating the need for property risk engineer to review capex projects. Individual will also be responsible for evaluating the need for placement of insurance policies for various capex projects.

_Contract Reviews_ review contracts and provide advice to businesses on issues related to insurance and other risk management related matters.

_Claims Management_ individual will be responsible for overseeing management of claim issues on assigned lines of insurance coverage and will work closely with in-house litigation counsel, claim consultant, and TPA on efficient resolution strategies.

_Insurance Data Collection and Management_ gather and analyze required underwriting data and prepare annual renewal submissions for casualty, property and specialty lines of insurance. Meeting deadlines is critical as this can be challenging given the complexity and the volume of data involved.

_Insurance Budget & Reporting_ assist with preparation of annual insurance budget and communicate information to appropriate departments. Provide updates to Finance on a quarterly basis. Analyze and prepare budget activity comparisons to prior year and to actuals and provide analysis explaining variances.

_Certificates of Insurance_ individual will be responsible for managing all aspects related to issuance of certificates of insurance. This responsibility entails working with business contacts on verifying contractual insurance requirements and ensuring certificate information reflects those requirements.


+ Individual must have a firm understanding of various property and casualty insurance and risk management concepts.

+ Undergraduate or higher degree in finance, insurance and risk management or comparable degree.

+ At least five (5) years experience in risk management, insurance and/or brokerage fields in progressively more responsible positions.

+ CPCU and/or ARM insurance designation preferred.

+ Strong analytical, problem solving, collaborative and interpersonal skills.

+ Well organized, able to balance competing priorities.

+ Ability to deliver high quality work product under tight deadlines.

+ Excellent communication and presentation skills.

+ Strong business and financial acumen.

+ Strong consultative and collaboration skills.

+ Effective negotiation and vendor partnership building skills.




Master's Degree




**Years of Experience:**

7 - 10 Years

**Work Experience:**

**Additional Information**


Yes, 20% of the Time

**Relocation Eligible:**


Applied Materials is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran or military status, or any other basis prohibited by law.