The Virginia Risk Sharing Association (VRSA) is the first and most financially sound group self-insurance pool in the Commonwealth. Since 1980, VRSA has protected our members’ assets and promoted risk management affecting strategic objectives. Beyond coverage, we provide robust education, training, tools, and resources to help members identify and treat current and emerging risks. In total, our members contribution nearly $60 million in annual contributions.
Headquartered in Glen Allen, VA, VRSA has 55 employees – many with over 20 years of service! Our staff enjoys a great work environment – we work but we have fun too, from monthly celebrations to chili cookoffs and picnics! VRSA offers a comprehensive benefits package to help meet your family’s unique needs. We value continuing education and professional development by providing a tuition program and a variety of learning opportunities. Please visit our website, www.vrsa.us, for additional company details, including a summary of our employee benefit programs. Please note – proof of COVID vaccination, or valid exemption, must be provided by all VRSA employees. VRSA has a hybrid work schedule with staff working onsite specific days of each week. New hires will initially work in-house.
We currently have a great opportunity for an experienced Recovery Representative. This position provides excellent customer service by pursuing recovery of monies paid on behalf of VRSA members from legally responsible third parties while meeting established claims handling standards.
The essentials of the job include investigating, determining recovery potential and handling all aspects of assigned claims within the required standards and procedures. Referrals to legal counsel, when necessary, must be accurately and promptly completed. File note documentation when pursuing subrogation or restitution must be an accurate reflection of all activities. Proper documentation must be filed to protect our members’ right for recovery; all checks and documentation must be recorded upon receipt.
Qualifications include: Property and Liability and/or Workers’ Compensation claims adjusting experience. Working knowledge of established recovery/restitution practices and procedures. Demonstrated abilities to gather and analyze information, negotiate fair and equitable settlements, maintain files and documentation. Knowledge of civil and criminal remedies for recovery and the differences between each.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to HR@vrsa.us. Attention: Subro
VRSA is an equal opportunity employer. We value the unique abilities and talents each individual brings to our organization and recognize that we benefit in numerous ways from our differences.