The Manager is responsible for key areas within the risk management function which handles General Dynamics’ centralized company-wide property/casualty insurance programs and related risk management activities.
Primary responsibility for worldwide casualty risk/insurance programs including; domestic workers’ compensation, automobile, general/products liability; international casualty; and umbrella/excess liability
Manage the third party claim administrator (TPA) services and cost containment efforts for all workers’ compensation claims under the company-wide high deductible program
Oversee international casualty insurance in numerous countries, ensure compliance with local regulations, interface with wide network of business unit, broker, and insurer constituents
Primary responsibility for the Risk Management Information System (RMIS) used for a variety of applications including data gathering, claim reporting and insurance certificates
Coordinate cost of risk (premiums, losses, and expenses) invoicing, allocations, and accounting
Coordinate with business units and others in the corporate office on various activities including data gathering, responding to inquiries, contract reviews/compliance, training/webinar efforts, acquisition due diligence/integration, and RMIS use.
Other various responsibilities including those related to environmental risks, legacy matters, and government accounting cost of risk reports
Minimum of seven years of demonstrated experience within a large company risk management function and/or related large account insurance brokerage setting
Strong managerial, communication and analytical skills.
Strong computer skills (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.).
Ability to travel
Additional Salary Information: Competitive Base Pay & Bonus
General Dynamics is a global aerospace and defense company. From Gulfstream business jets to submarines to wheeled combat vehicles to communications systems, people around the world depend on our products and services for their safety and security.