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Workers Compensation Adjuster II

at County of San Bernardino

Pay: $27.4 to $37.67/hour
$27.4 - $37.67
Posted: 9/20/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 2307433
Keywords: safety

Job Description

Overall Job Objective

The Job



Maximum Annual Salary $80,080 Depending on Benefit Option Chosen

The Risk Management Department is recruiting for a Workers' Compensation Adjuster II who independently processes a wide variety of workers' compensation claims including those that are complex or sensitive.  Duties include receiving and reviewing workers' compensation claims and reports and determining if occupational illness or injury is compensable; developing documentation for claim reports by requesting substantiating reports from physicians, supervisors and witnesses; and explaining to injured workers their benefits and legal rights under Workers' Compensation Laws.

For more detailed information, refer to the Workers' Compensation Adjuster II  job description.

Applications are also being accepted for Workers' Compensation Adjuster I which requires a separate application.  Applicants are encouraged to apply for both levels as appropriate.

THE COUNTY OFFERS EXCELLENT RETIREMENT AND LUCRATIVE BENEFIT OPTIONS

 CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT

Certificate: A California Self Insurance Administrator Certificate is required. Travel: Travel throughout the county may be required.  Employees will be required to make provision for transportation.  At the time of hire, a valid California Class C driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance must be produced for the individual providing the transportation.

Minimum Requirements

Experience: Three (3) years of experience adjusting workers' compensation claims, including one (1) year adjusting complex litigated claims, such as continuous trauma, AOE/COE, stress claims, and safety claims.

Substitution: Successful completion of college coursework in finance, accounting, medical or paralegal studies may be substituted for experience at a rate of 12 semester (18 quarter) units for six months of experience up to a maximum of 12 months. Education may not substitute for the one year of complex, litigated claims adjusting experience.

Selection Process

To ensure timely and successful submission of your online application, please allow ample time to complete and submit your application.  Once your application has been successfully submitted you will receive an onscreen confirmation and an email.  We recommend that you save and/or print these for your records. Please note, if you do not receive an onscreen confirmation and an email acknowledging our receipt of your application we have not received your application.  

If you require technical assistance, please click HERE to review the Government Jobs online application guide, or contact their Toll-Free Applicant Support line at (855) 524-5627.  Please note that Human Resources is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by the internet connection, computer or browser used to submit the application.  

There will be a competitive evaluation of qualifications based on the information provided in the Application and/or the Supplemental Questionnaire. You are encouraged to include detailed descriptions of your qualifying experience and skills, as only the most highly qualified applicants will be referred to the Department.