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Chief Executive Officer
Schools Excess Liability Fund

The Schools Excess Liability Fund is seeking a Chief Executive Officer. Appointed by and reporting to the Board of Directors (Board), the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) plans, organizes, coordinates and otherwise manages the activities of SELF to ensure the goals and objectives of the organization are attained in accordance with SELF’s strategic plan and vision. The CEO is responsible for directing the day-to-day activities of the organization; performing risk management related functions, ensuring appropriate retention levels for self-insured pooled programs, evaluation and recommendation of procedures for loss control programs and risk retention or transfer; regularly analyzing and interpreting the financial condition of all programs and recommending corrective action as necessary to ensure current and future financial stability; soliciting input from the Board of Directors, formulating policies and procedures for adoption by the Board, and providing proactive leadership and guidance on agency programs and direction; engaging in a proactive legislation program to influence proposals critical to the SELF program; representing SELF before the media, public agencies, legislature, and current and potential member districts; and serving as the Executive Secretary for all Board of Director and Executive Committee meetings. The CEO is also responsible for preparation of the annual budget, timely and accurate financial reports, and long-range financial projections to develop a proactive financial strategy for SELF in conjunction with recommendations from SELF Board Strategic Planning Session and actuarial reports.

Location: Sacramento, California
Salary: Negotiable and Competitive
Final filing date: December 24, 2018


Please make sure to have your Resume, Cover Letter, and List of References ready for upload before you start the application process. One combined document that includes all three items is preferred.