Workers’ Compensation Claims Adjuster
Multi-faceted nonprofit membership association seeks detail-oriented individual with excellent organizational and communication skills for a full-time position in our Claims Department. This position requires an individual with Kentucky Adjuster’s license and minimum of five years experience as a workers’ compensation adjuster. Thorough knowledge of statutes and regulations and claims handling required. Applicants should submit their resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org 5:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, October 25, 2013. No phone calls please.
Workers’ Compensation Claims Service Representative
Nonprofit service-oriented organization seeks experienced Claims Assistant for statewide public entity program for workers’ compensation insurance. Individual must have excellent communication skills, be multi-task oriented, and have a thorough knowledge of business English and grammar. Must be highly proficient in all aspects of Microsoft, and familiarity with medical terminology is a plus. Excellent working environment, competitive salary and benefits. Submit resume, with salary requirements and references included, to email@example.com before 5:00 p.m. EDT on Friday, October 25, 2013. No phone calls please.
Workers’ Compensation Medical Only Claims Adjuster
Multi-faceted nonprofit membership association seeks detail-oriented individual with excellent organizational and communication skills for a full-time position in our Claims Department. This position requires an individual with Kentucky Adjuster’s license or the ability to obtain within two years insurance experience desired. Familiarity with medical technology a plus. Applicants should submit their resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m. Friday, October 25, 2013. No phone calls please.
Member Legal Services Attorney
Non-profit statewide member organization is currently seeking a full-time Member Legal Services Attorney to provide legal support, legal information, training, and other services to city government officials across the state. Graduation from an accredited law school and license to practice law in the Commonwealth of Kentucky is required. Experience with legal research, particularly Westlaw; experience with database entry and technology preferred; knowledge of municipal law or governmental/legislative affairs and strong writing skills required. Must be team oriented and have strong customer service orientation. Complete job description can be viewed at www.klc.org. Salary range $52,000-$60,000. Submit resume and references to email@example.com. Deadline is 5:00 p.m. EST on Friday, November 29. No phone calls.
- Responds daily to wide range of legal inquiries from KLC member city officials and employees, as well as local government agencies, city attorneys, and others.
- Researches and analyzes complex legal issues related to municipal law, including government structure, taxation, open records and open meetings, personnel, ethics, finance, planning and zoning, annexation, and many other topics.
- Assists with amicus curiae briefs filed on behalf of KLC in litigation affecting vital city issues.
- Researches and writes articles, memos, reports, and other communication pieces regarding important and timely legal issues for KLC’s member publications.
- Assists with writing and revising municipal law handbooks and other publications developed by the KLC Member Legal Services department.
- Prepares and presents seminars and training sessions on municipal law topics to city officials and employees.
- Assists the Managing Counsel for Member Legal Services with other municipal law projects as needed.
- Performs other related duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of Kentucky laws and regulations; general knowledge of the principles, methods, practices and procedures utilized in legal research; thorough knowledge of legal office practices, procedures and techniques; thorough knowledge of legal terminology; general knowledge of the municipal law, local governments and procedures of the General Assembly; thorough knowledge of legal recording and filing systems and procedures; experience in group training or public speaking; ability to multi-task while maintaining high quality, accurate work product; ability to interact effectively with members, representatives of other organizations and all levels of KLC staff; ability to be self-driven to meet deadlines; ability to effectively present complex ideas both orally and in writing; and must possess a professional appearance and conduct for an office setting.