Student Risk Management Assistant
- Monitors and handles department mail (in-coming and out-going).
- Assists with data entry, record retention and updating claim files.
- Researches topics and presents findings, as requested.
- Assists with data analyzation from claims/incidents.
- Helps update the department website as needed.
- Assists with Workers Compensation claims.
- May assist with incident/accident investigations.
- May conduct risk assessments.
- Assigned other projects/tasks as needed.
- Clear verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability and willingness to work with internal/external parties of all different levels and roles.
- Experience in Excel, Word and able to learn new programs.
- Must be able to quickly switch gears back-and-forth, as incidents arise.
- Experience in researching, compiling findings and preparing summaries, reports and presentations.
- Must be able to work autonomously and within a team.
- Organized and prioritizes customer service.
- Working knowledge of insurance procedures.
- Familiarity with risk management and insurance principles.
- Ability to analyze data and identify gaps and opportunities.
- Strong attention to detail and critical thinking.
- Skilled in producing and editing business correspondence.
Hours Desired: Up to 29 hours per week (Some required hours need to be between 8am-4pm M-F but may allow for flexibility)
*Work Study students encouraged to apply.
About Boise State Campus Operations Financial Services: Boise State’s Campus Operations Division is dedicated to meeting the needs of our students while providing a quality campus experience. A division focused on the future, Campus Operations’ mission as part of University’s Financial Services is to provide a constructive, memorable and safe environment where students can pursue their educational goals. Our division oversees the grounds, facilities, campus services and operations, and strives toward constant improvement and attention to detail to create an exceptional atmosphere for all.