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Vice President Strategic Accounts in Texas | Careers at TEXAS Remote ( - Fit for Work

The Vice President Strategic Accounts will gain access to the Executive Suite at potential new Clients. The Vice President Strategic Accounts investigates value propositions associated with our services, introducing innovative solutions to markets, and expanding into new markets. This VP defines objectives to gain market share, maximize profitability, and executes plans at large potential new Clients to make those objectives achievable. Partnering with leaders across the organization, it is this VP's responsibility to take advantage of the company's core competencies and deliver our value proposition to the Executive and Senior Leadership Suite at large employers that would make strategic client (i.e. Relevant Fortune 200 companies) and others designated by management. 

Founded in 1998, Fit For Work is a nationwide leader in injury prevention and workplace safety. Together with WorkSTEPS and our combined network of safety and testing experts, we bring evolving, innovative safety solutions to businesses across the nation and consistently deliver proven results that keep both employees and businesses safe and productive. 

Today, we work with thousands of businesses and employees across the country to keep the workforce top of mind. Fit For Work provides a significant reduction in both injuries and associated costs by keeping you safe and preventing employees from becoming patients. Our multi-faceted strategic safety solutions and trained staff members and consultants keep people from all walks of life and different industries safe on the floor, in the field, and everywhere else. 

Position Summary: 

  • Develop and leverage relationships with Executives and Senior Leaders at large employers that are not current clients of Fit For Work/Confluent Health and Safety division
  • Strategically plan to drive new business and work closely with all divisions within FFW/Confluent Occupational Health and Safety division
  • Key contact in selling all Confluent Health and Safety Division services, including new business opportunities that arise from acquisitions or creation of new business units, including the Carrier Strategy within the P&C Insurance Industry


  • Adopt and own the sales process for Confluent Health and Safety Division, inclusive of SFDC management, to drive all opportunities through the funnel stages
  • Lead customer presentations and leverage internal resources as needed
  • Accurately forecast revenue opportunities
  • Work closely with all divisions of FFW/Confluent Health and Safety Division
  • Will require insurance certification for promoting Carrier Strategy solutions including Kaplan Property & Casualty solutions pre-work prior to state certification
  • As FFW/Confluent Health and Safety Division business acquisitions, alliances and partnerships increase to broaden our portfolio of solutions, the VP Strategic Accounts will drive new revenue opportunities at the highest level within new Clients
  • Maintain verbal, written, and occasional in person communication with assigned customers
  • Monitor the success of the program and report to client success at corporate level
  • Be aware, involved, and lead new in sales and marketing initiatives
  • Adopt and actively provide internal feedback from Clients in order to create new solutions or initiatives


  • MBA preferred
  • 5+ years in sales in same or similar service solutions industry
  • Proven track record of navigating sales process for 6+ month sales cycle
  • Skilled in negotiation, leveraging a variety of skills and tools (outside of price)
  • In-depth knowledge of selling strategies and methods
  • Significant strategic planning, organizational, creative thinking skills
  • Established relationships with high level Executives at Fortune 200 Clients

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Risk Analyst - nVent - St Louis Park, MN

We’re looking for people who put their innovation to work to advance our success – and their own. Join  an organization that ensures a more secure world through connecting and protecting our customers  with inventive electrical solutions. 

This role supports the Risk & Insurance Department and is responsible for the global procurement of  insurance and Fleet Management. It provides claim support/oversight, leads risk transfer, manages fleet vendor relationships, and explores initiatives to reduce and mitigate risk to the business on an  enterprise-wide scale. 

In this role you get to: 
• Assist with compiling and analyzing renewal and claims data to support insurance placements • Maintain overall vendor relationship with the outsourced fleet administrator/manager • Ensure fleet program is aligned with overall nVent strategy and goals (e.g. Environmental  
Sustainability Governance initiatives) and partners with outsourced vendors & key stakeholders  to prioritize fleet related projects and initiatives  
• Manage claim activities, including collaborating with internal legal and management teams,  insurers, claim adjusters, and outside counsel 
• Manage the corporate surety program for both renewal and new bonds 
• Manage the timely issuance of insurance certificates and auto ID cards 
• Review quotes, binders and policies for accuracy 
• Provide cost monitoring and controls for nVent’s risk & fleet programs  

• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance or 5 years of related  experience 
• 3+ years of risk management required. Fleet Management related field experience preferred,  ideally with multi-national manufacturing company experience 
• Occasional travel (up to 10%) may be required 

A dynamic global reach with diverse operations around the world that will stretch your abilities, provide  plentiful career opportunities, and allow you to make an impact every day 
• At nVent, we connect and protect a more sustainable and electrified world with inventive  electrical solutions. We’re a nearly $3 billion high-performance electrical company with a  dedicated team of 10,000+ people at more than 130 sites around the world. Our solutions  deliver value to industrial, commercial, residential, energy and infrastructure customers,  providing mission critical solutions that improve performance, lower costs and reduce downtime. 
• We design, manufacture, market, install and service high-performance products and solutions  that connect and protect mission critical equipment, buildings and essential processes. Our  robust portfolio of leading electrical product brands dates back more than 100 years and  includes nVent CADDY, ERICO, HOFFMAN, RAYCHEM, SCHROFF and TRACER. 

Commitment to strengthen communities where our employees live and work 
• We encourage and support the philanthropic activities of our employees worldwide  • Through our nVent in Action matching program, we provide funds to nonprofit and educational  organizations where our employees volunteer or donate money 

Core values that shape our culture and drive us to deliver the best for our employees and our  customers. We’re known for being: 
• Innovative & adaptable 
• Dedicated to absolute integrity 
• Focused on the customer first 
• Respectful and team oriented 
• Optimistic and energizing 
• Accountable for performance 
Benefits to support the lives of our employees 

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Director - Risk Management - Metropolitan Council, St Paul, MN

This position is eligible for a hybrid (both remote and onsite) telework arrangement. Candidate's permanent residence must be in Minnesota or Wisconsin. 

We are the Metropolitan Council, the regional government for the seven-county Twin Cities metropolitan area. We plan 30 years ahead for the future of the metropolitan area and provide regional transportation, wastewater, and housing services. More information about us on our website. 
We are committed to supporting a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve. 

Risk Management is responsible for identifying and evaluating the Council's exposure to loss through risk control and risk financing methods. The department develops, recommends, and implements appropriate risk management strategies and programs to protect the agency from the adverse impact of loss. It also self-administers all auto liability and workers' compensation claims.  

How your work would contribute to our organization and the Twin Cities region:

The Director - Risk Management develops, implements, and manages a Council-wide risk management program that facilitates the Council's business objectives with minimal exposure to risk.

What you would do in this job
Develop strategies, processes, controls, and measures for the Council’s operational risk management program.
Negotiate contracts to include risk transfer language that can be quantified and financed (e.g., insurance, self-insurance, etc.) on a long-term basis, contributing to the ongoing operational success of the project.
Working with Executive Management and other stakeholders, identify parameters for risk retention that are easily understood and measured.
Develop process with business units that coordinates adherence to risk parameters and operations.
Provide ongoing analysis of emerging risks and develop strategies to manage such risks.
Develop, implement, and monitor ongoing risk management effectiveness (Key Performance Indicators) on a Council-wide and divisional basis.  
Develop a long-term risk management plan for the construction and operations of Council projects (e.g., transit, ES expansion).
Collaborate with others to develop and implement a risk management program that provides appropriate risk mitigation for stakeholders.
Develop department goals for claim management and risk management, providing clear direction to claim supervisors/managers.
Direct Risk department in its claim handling procedures that align with Council objectives.
Develop risk transfer language (insurance/indemnification) to be used as a template for contracts. Periodically adjust language based on statutory or industry changes.
Negotiate terms with third parties to ensure Council's risk assumption is consistent with risk appetite and risk parameters.
Work with project managers and key contracting departments to provide ongoing training to assist in identifying risks during the planning phase of a contract, allowing for timely incorporation of appropriate risk management measures (e.g., risk transfer language).
Participate in all aspects (coverage, rate, terms & conditions) of the Council's property program, working directly with underwriters.
Present, market, and negotiate Rail Liability policies directly to underwriters, leveraging knowledge of rail contracts, operations, safety, and claim management, to obtain insurance that provides appropriate coverage at the most competitive rate.
Direct insurance broker in the marketing and placement of other Council insurance policies (e.g., crime, police professional, cyber, liability, rolling stock, etc.), balancing premium, coverage, and contract compliance. 
What education and experience are required for this job (minimum qualifications)
A Bachelor's degree in risk management, business, finance or closely related field AND nine or more years of progressive experience in risk management or claim management including five or more years of progressive supervisory or management experience

A Master's degree in risk management, business, finance or closely related field AND seven or more years of progressive experience in risk management or claim management including five or more years of progressive supervisory or management experience

What additional skills and experience would be helpful in this job (desired qualifications):
Experience working in a self-insured and self-administered environment
Industry designation/certification (e.g., ARM, CRM, etc.)
Experience promoting an equitable, positive, and respectful work environment that values culture and diversity among all employees
What knowledge, skills and abilities you should have within the first six months on the job:
Knowledge of risk management.
Knowledge of insurance policy coverages, ISO and non-standard.
Knowledge of statutory provisions related to insurance, indemnification, and public entity immunities/liabilities.
Knowledge of claim statutes and rules, both workers' compensation, liability, and general claim practices.
Microsoft Office skills, particularly Excel.
Skills in Risk Management Information System (RMIS).
Strong interpersonal skills.
Ability to lead a group to achieve a common goal.
Ability to manage a group with differing opinions.
What you can expect from us:
We offer the opportunity to make a difference and positively influence the Twin Cities metropolitan area. 
We encourage our employees to develop their skills through on-site training and tuition reimbursement. 
We provide a competitive salary, excellent benefits and a good work/life balance.

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Treasury Manager (New - Kinetic Group)

Employer Vista Outdoor - Anoka, MN

Job Description
Vista Outdoor is establishing two industry-leading companies, creating value through the spinoff of its Outdoor Products business, while Sporting Products (recently named The Kinetic Group) will continue to be a global leader in ammunition manufacturing.

The Treasury Manager under the leadership of the Director of Treasury will oversee the management of the daily treasury and cash activity as well as the insurance programs active across the Sporting Products Business. The Manager will assist the Director of Treasury and CFO in structuring and negotiating financing arrangements as well as managing banking relationships. The Manager will lead the effort in negotiating, maintaining, and facilitating the insurance programs as well as evaluating the appropriate levels of deductibles and coverages. The Manager will facilitate the flow of cash as well as the administrative functions of treasury services group. 

This position reports to the Director of Treasury and is based out of our Anoka, MN office.   

As the Treasury Manager, you will have an opportunity to:

Assist with the management of relationships with financial institutions to provide and meet the treasury and banking needs of the Sporting Products Business
Act as primary contact for banking services, bank pricing and treasury products
Prepare due diligence materials associated with debt financings
Assist in preparing bank meeting materials as well as credit agency meetings
Provide effective daily management of the treasury services group to ensure the daily cash activity of the Sporting Products Business is done accurately and timely, provide bank administration and analysis, and coordinate and communicate treasury financial management information.
Assist with the management of relationships with our insurance brokers as well as provide daily management of the insurance claims and inquiries on new coverage
Assist with the preparation of the insurance renewal process including coordinating with the business units to gather all necessary data to effectively execute the annual insurance renewal program.
Fully integrate treasury services through collaboration and consulting with key internal departments and affiliates to improve, restructure and implement new services. Leverage appropriate technologies to provide treasury services to affiliates.
Manage the coordination and preparation of the corporate and financial reporting function including approving monthly journal entries and account reconciliations.
Generate financial reports as required for executive management including ad hoc and routine reports to executive management, assist in the creation and development of effective reporting of key treasury metrics, and prepare graphs to reflect financial data and financial cash flow planning and forecasting for the Sporting Products Business.
Manage quarterly reporting to the Company's banks including preparing covenant sensitivity analysis and compliance certificates, along with monthly asset-based lending calculations.
Assist executive management in various special projects and other requirements.
Work with business unit operational departments to build financial models that provide insight to assist leadership in making key business decisions associated with cash management and forecasting.
Liaison between business unit operational departments and 3rd parties for requests such as letters of credit, surety bonds, and other financial products
Assist with other duties as assigned.
You have:

Strong analytical and problem-solving skills required to make comparisons/computations, to interpret trend differences, and to find and resolve inconsistencies in data
Work initiation and strict attention to detail for all duties 
Awareness of time to meet deadlines
Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university with degree in Accounting or Finance and minimum of 4 years related experience and/or training
Excellent PC skills, including proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Ability to prioritize and handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously
Flexibility to handle multiple concurrent tasks and frequent interruptions
Ability to handle confidential payroll, cost, and profitability data
You might have: 

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) license is preferred
Banking experience preferred
Experience with Alteryx/Tableau or Microsoft Access/Power BI a plus
Experience in public accounting a plus
We offer a highly competitive salary, comprehensive benefits including: medical and dental, vision, disability and life insurance, 401K, PTO, tuition reimbursement, gear discounts and the ability to add value to an exciting mission!

Our Postings are not intended for distribution to or use in any jurisdiction, country or territory where such distribution or use would violate local law or would subject us to any regulations in another jurisdiction, country or territory. We reserve the right to limit our Postings in any jurisdiction, country or territory.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Females/Protected Veteran/Disabled

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