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Current Jobs at Trindel

Finding the right fit for the right people makes Trindel stronger and helps us work better together. Search open opportunities to put your skills and career goals to work for you and Trindel.

Director of Workers' Compensation

Date Posted: 3/7/2024
Salary Range: 95,000-135,000/year
Closing Date: 4/7/2024

Job Description:

The Director of Workers' Compensation Program, under supervision of the Trindel Insurance Fund Executive Director, is responsible for the management of claims staff; timely and accurate claims processing of all member claims from filing to closure, in accordance with Trindel Insurance Fund best practices and state regulations. Work closely with Member County staff, injured workers, and attorneys; negotiate settlements to achieve the best possible outcome in the claim.

The Director of Workers' Compensation Program accomplishes this by analyzing the workers' compensation history and needs of the members, evaluating best practices, and recommending changes and/or new programs where appropriate.

The director will assist the members in coordinating, administering, and implementing an effective workers' compensation program.

The Director of Workers' Compensation Program will supervise, develop, guide and mentor workers' compensation department employees for effective claims management.

The Director shall lead and direct the staff, plan work schedules, assign, delegate and evaluate work on a regular and on-going basis. Provide corrective action as needed.

The Director of Workers' Compensation works closely with all Trindel member counties to provide effective service and programs to meet client needs.


Four year degree at an accredited college or university preferred but not required. Three (3) years of Workers' Compensation claims supervisory and management experience required, experience working with public entities preferred. Possession of a valid certificate issued by the State Department of Industrial Relations verifying successful completion of the California Self-Insurance Administrator Competency examination and required continuing education if applicable.

Application Procedures:

If you are interested in applying, please contact Andrew Fischer at or 530-623-2322.

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