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NCSI Members can list, for free, open positions which will be posted here for all those that are interested.  Non-members can also list open positions at a cost of $200 for 30 days.

Please submit the position that you wish to have posted to Amanda Rae Smith at [email protected] and please include a detailed job description with the posting request.

Associate - Wallace, Klor, Mann, Capener & Bishop P.C. 

Wallace, Klor, Mann, Capener & Bishop P.C. is one of the top law firms in the Northwest with a focus in workers’ compensation defense. Wallace, Klor, Mann, Capener & Bishop P.C. is currently seeking a full-time litigation associate for our Lake Oswego office with 1-10 years of litigation experience, with preference given to applicants with experience in the practice areas of workers’ compensation or insurance defense in Oregon and/or Washington.

Qualified candidates will have strong organizational skills, as well as the ability to work independently and as a team member. Outstanding writing and oral advocacy skills, strong academic credentials and admission to the Oregon State Bar is required. Admission to or a willingness to be admitted to the Washington State Bar is preferred as we represent our clients in both states.

We offer a competitive salary, benefits and a great working environment.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Amanda Chatzigiannakos at [email protected]. For more information regarding our firm, please visit


Delaware Valley Trusts, PA - Executive Director

he Delaware Valley Trusts (DVT) located in Horsham, Pennsylvania seeks its next Executive Director. Delaware Valley Trusts are member-owned, not for profit risk sharing insurance pools. Specifically, the Delaware Valley Trusts offers workers’ compensation, employers’ property and liability and health insurance for over 160 public entity members in Pennsylvania and DelawareThe worker’s compensation and property and liability trusts were established in 1989 and 1992In 1999, the Health Insurance Trust began and now provides coverage and rate stabilization to over 23,000 public entity employees and their families.
Appointed by and reporting to the 6-member Board of Managers of the Delaware Valley Municipal Management Association (DVMMA), the Executive Director is responsible for general oversight and management of the Delaware Valley Property and Liability Trust (DVPLT), Delaware Valley Workers’ Compensation Trust (DVWCT) and Delaware Valley Health Trust (DVHT), each of which are a “Member Trusts”.  DVMMA is the shared services entity for each of the three TrustsThe Executive Director is accountable to the Executive Committees of DVPLT, DVWCT and DVHT and the membership for optimum service and financial returnThe Executive Director’s duties also include implementation and development of policies and business plans for each Trust in conjunction with the Executive Committees, and for maintaining operating efficiencyThe Trusts have a staff of approximately forty-two (42) FTEs and the Executive Director has seven direct reports. Annual revenue for all three Trusts is $250 - $300 Million, with an investment portfolio of approximately the same amount.
Located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Horsham has much to offer; from nature, culture, restaurants, and entertainment to top notch hospitals, colleges, and universitiesThe region also offers convenient access to the rest of the east coast and all its attractions.
More about the Delaware Valley Trusts:
The following education, experience, leadership, and management criteria have been identified as important skills and abilities for candidates to possess and demonstrate: 
  •  A bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, marketing, communications, or a related field. A master’s is preferred. An extensive background and knowledge of local government operation is highly desirable. A designation such as ARM, ARM-P, CRM or CPCU is also desirable, or any combination of education and experience that would demonstrate the ability to perform the work.
  •  Candidates must also have a minimum of five years of experience in risk management, insurance administration, municipal management, or a related fieldExperience of ten years or more is preferredProven experience in public sector risk management and workers’ compensation is highly desired
  • Candidates must possess a strong financial acumen with an appropriate tolerance for risk, and the ability to maintain the Trust’s balanced fiscal approach while providing valuable service to its members. Understanding and strong evaluation skills of both insurance accounting functions and budgetary activities are a necessity and requirement of the position.
  •  Candidates should have strong interpersonal skills to effectively cultivate and maintain relationships with Board members, Trust staff, current and prospective members, consultants and vendors.
  • Candidates must have strong decision-making skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities and projects and analyze the issues and provide the Executive Committees with recommendations that reflect the Trust’s goals and values.
To Apply
The expected starting salary for the position is $260,000 to $300,000 +/- DOQ, with excellent benefits. Relocation assistance is negotiable. 
Submit résumé, cover letter, and contact information with five professional references by June 30, 2023, online to Charlene R. Stevens, Senior Vice President, GovHR USA, LLC. Questions regarding the recruitment may be directed to Charlene Stevens, Senior Vice President GovHR USA at 847-380-3240 ext. 124. Delaware Valley Trusts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  
Application Deadline:  June 30, 2023