• RISK MANAGER Position available at Sterling Bay

    The Risk Manager (RM) is responsible for analyzing the company’s operational, strategic and financial practices to identify and assess risks that may significantly impact the company’s ability to achieve its mission and objectives. The RM assesses the exposures to losses so as to protect the assets of the company and its clients. Risk management measures for which the RM is responsible include implementation of insurance, contractual risk transfer, prevention and protection programs. The Risk Manager will be responsible for managing and directing all aspects of the company’s insurance programs that mitigate significant financial risks to the company, including professional, liability, workers’ compensation, environmental, property/builders risk and surety programs. The position will also be required to clearly articulate corporate insurance and risk management philosophy to the company’s senior management, identify and implement process efficiencies, develop and present training materials, and assist with contractor and owner negotiations involving insurance requirements and related indemnification obligations.  Critical to the success of the RM is his or her ability to efficiently and effectively utilize insurance brokers, consultants and service providers to effectively manage the organizational risks. Informed by the results of the risk assessments the RM plans and manages subsequent measures to ensure that risks are being appropriately mitigated. This position reports jointly to the Chief Financial Officer and the Director of Construction.

  • Director of Health & Safety Position at REV Group, Inc.

    REV is a leading manufacturer of motor vehicles for bus, emergency, specialty and recreation markets worldwide. Our companies innovate, design and build products that connect and protect thousands of people every day.
    REV’s lineup of products include ambulances, fire trucks, shuttle buses, transit buses, terminal trucks, street sweepers, luxury motorhomes and wheelchair accessible vans. REV owns 26 brands, employs more than 6,000 people in 16 different plants in the U.S. and produces more than 20,000 specialty vehicles annually.

    The Director of Health & Safety (HS) provides the leadership and vision to drive a behavior-based (HS) program and strive for a culture of “zero harm”. The ability to improve employee safety awareness and behaviors is a critical requirement of this position.  The incumbent will also develop, implement and monitor all strategies, policies and programs that drive continuous and sustainable improvement across (HS) disciplines. The individual will work with, navigates and supports the various REV Group facilities management teams in developing, implementing, monitoring their respective, overall (HS) programs and initiatives. Interacting with plant/facility management with a dotted line of authority is a critical element of this position. Skilled in a matrix oriented environment, the individual must have the technical creditability and interpersonal skills to gain the immediate respect of the senior management, and peers.  The Director of (HS) is expected to drive culture change with a high degree of employee engagement. Experience in injury case management, overseeing effective (HS) management systems and hazardous conditions identification, elimination and control are essential. This position requires collaboration and interfaces with environmental, related regulatory compliance, and workers’ compensation administration. This position reports to the VP Enterprise Risk Management.  
    Provide strategic leadership, mentoring, coaching and performance management to a diverse team of safety and risk control professionals in support of REV Group operations to include:
    Business unit staff: engineering, human resources, legal, operations, research & development, and risk management.
    Build rapport and effective performance based relationships with REV Group management teams and advise on matters related to safety and risk control.  Must be able to motivate and inspire others and function as a change agent.
    Lead the development of enterprise wide strategies for the proactive control of risk and the development and implementation of strategic business plans for the Safety & Risk Control group to include but not limited to:
    Provide technical safety and health support and information to all REV division locations.
    Identify company safety training needs and develops and coordinates safety training programs.
    Develops annual safety and health goals.
    Develop, implement and maintain the REV Group (HS) program (Shop Floor to Top Floor) which in turn drives our safety culture. This will be achieved by development relevant tools to comply with both regulatory and company practices.
    Direct (HS) audit team reviews and provides direction while conducting facility physical audits. Review facility adherence to audit action plan schedules that result from those audits.
    (HS) metrics: Benchmark and develop leading edge metrics, auditing tools and reporting methods for all REV Group locations. Ensure accuracy of (HS) reporting, develop and provide appropriate reports to executive leadership. Monitor all occupational incidents and develop metrics that will identify root causes, implement effective risk control methods and reporting techniques.
    Ensure compliance with all local, state, federal and country rules and regulations, including but not limited to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. To include: audit practices and records of REV Group facilities.
    To assist in the areas of environmental, regulatory compliance, risk management and workers’ compensation administration within the Enterprise Risk Management function.
    Provide guidance on facility security and assist in preparing emergency response plans and communication procedures for all REV Group locations. Assist in Business Continuity strategies.
    Assist in: Recruiting, assessment, training and developing Safety & Risk Control staff to create and maintain a high performance, highly engaged team.
    Demonstrates and emulates internal and external customer-focused behavior by responding to all requests in a timely, effective, and informative basis, that aligns with the (HS) mission, vision and beliefs.
    Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Engineering, Occupational Health, Safety and / or Quality Assurance.
    Master’s Degree (MBA, MS) preferred.
    Must have 10 years’ experience in the Health & Safety discipline. Working experience in the areas of Health & Safety is mandatory, with progressive responsibility in managing Health & Safety for multi-site manufacturing organization.
    Proven success in implementing and managing a comprehensive (HS) at both local facilities and corporate levels.
    Working knowledge of regulatory health and safety requirements at local, state and federal level is a must.
    Strong analytical skills to evaluate facility safety awareness and behaviors. Must be able to evaluate performance metrics and establish the necessary plans to drive continuous improvement. Must be able to translate goals and objectives into actionable plans.
    License or Certification: 
    OSHA 501 or 511
    CSP, CIH, CHMM, PE Professional Engineer 
    Travel- 40-60%
    Applications: www.REVgroup.com
    Dan Kugler
    VP Enterprise Risk Management
    111 E. Kilbourn Ave
    Suite 2600
    Milwaukee WI 53202
    O (414) 290-0310
    M (262) 945-1841

  • Risk Manager Position at Alridge

    With nearly $500M in annual revenues, Aldridge is ranked among the nation’s leading specialty contractors. Incorporated in 1952, we have more than 60 years of expertise completing complex transportation, drilling, mass transit, and power projects. A family-owned company headquartered in the Chicago-land area, Aldridge employs nearly 900 employees on projects from coast to coast.

    Aldridge, a highly trusted contractor, relies on strong and experienced teams who fully understand the objectives and requirements of any project to deliver quality, efficiency, and safety to our customers. We know that the success of our company depends on the quality of our employees. Aldridge is committed to the development and enrichment of our employees, and we truly want our people to expand their knowledge and attain their professional and personal goals. Continued growth is on the horizon, and opportunities for fulfillment and advancement abound. Join a true team committed to delivering on a strong reputation in the construction industry… JOIN ALDRIDGE!

    Risk Manager

    Job Description

    REPORTS TO: Corporate Vice President

    SUPERVISES: Contract Administrator, Locates staff, DOT Compliance Coordinator

    PURPOSE: Manage and mitigate numerous aspects of risk to the organization and its employees, customers, assets and interests. Oversee contract review, claims, utility locates, DOT and background screening programs and advise the organization on any potential risks to the profitability or existence of the company.


    Lead and continuously improve the company’s risk management program
    Evaluate the costs, legal requirements and environmental factors associated with identified risks and make decisions to avoid, reduce or transfer that risk
    Identify and assess threats and put plans in place in case things go wrong
    Develop risk reporting for various internal customers
    Lead and continuously improve the contract review and approval process
    Purchase insurance and make business continuity plans to limit risk
    Manage and continuously improve the insurance and utility claims processes
    Manage the execution of background screening and DOT administration
    Conduct policy and compliance audits to internal and industry standards
    Understand broad business issues and articulate corrective approach
    Ensure that Aldridge’s 5 Key Safety Elements are followed.


    4 year degree or minimum 8 years related work in construction/contracting field
    Working knowledge of business risk, contract review, claims management and Illinois insurance laws and regulations
    Emergency response skills and ability to remain calm under pressure
    Demonstrated problem solving and decision making abilities
    Strong planning, organization, communication and presentation skills
    Negotiation skills with the ability to influence people and drive change
    Technical acumen, analytical skills and ability to evaluate costs

This job specific task list covers only the most important job duties. Employees assigned to this position title will also perform other occasional work assignments not mentioned above, including temporary assignment, training assignments, and other related duties.

    The Aldridge Group of companies is an EEO M/F/Vet/Disability/Affirmative Action Employer.

    Susan Tyler, Recruiting Manager, PHR SHRM-CP
    Office: 847-247-6409 Mobile: 630-306-6375
    Email: styler@aldridgegroup.com

  • Position on Rotary International’s Risk Management team

    This full-time position is part of Rotary International’s Risk Management team which performs responsibilities of the risk management and corporate insurance function. It works with internal and external clients to identify and help manage risk exposures, recommends mitigating actions to treat exposures, and monitors results. This position also participates in the daily risk management and insurance operations of captive insurance company, U.S. Rotary Club Liability Insurance Program (U.S. Club Program), and the Rotary insurance programs.


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