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Workers’ Compensation Manager JBS Green Bay


  • Provide information and act as the Company liaison to explain benefits provided through Workers’ Compensation.

  • Maintain close working relationship with plant Health Services, Safety, Human Resources, Operations, and Corporate Risk Management.

  • Develop individual medical case management plans for injured employees.

  • Coordinate the exchange of information among the Health Services staff, the HR staff and the TPA to avoid errors and/or delays in claims submission/payment

  • Lead weekly claim reviews of all open cases with a focus on return to work and claim closure/resolution

  • Communicate loss experience and data analysis to Health Services, Safety and Risk Management to report on a weekly basis

  • Assist with continuous quality improvement of Workers’ Compensation claims submission policies, procedures, processes and programs.

  • Consult with corporate risk management on settlement and reserve valuations

  • Make appropriate recommendations on return to work, settlement or other case closure opportunities

  • Initiate permanent placement process once permanent restrictions are assigned

  • Assist with the development and distribution of claim management and financial reports (ad hoc, monthly, quarterly and annual)

  • Maintain accurate workers’ compensation records and reports to comply with federal and state record keeping requirements

  • Establish and maintain professional relationships with employees from all levels of the business as well as with doctors, medical professionals in the community and company attorneys.

  • Attend doctor appointments when necessary

  • Help cover department vacancies when needed, possibilities of weekend coverage, perform any other duties as assigned

Education: RN or a minimum of five (5) years of experience in occupational health. Commission of Case Management Certification (CCMC-CCM) or American Board of Occupational Health Nursing (ABOHN-CM) Certification, or Occupational Health Nurse (COHN or COHN-S) preferred.

Special Skills:

  • Analytical and mathematical skills required

  • Computer proficient; Ability to use MS Office and web based programs that manage workers’ compensation

  • Knowledge of Wisconsin workers’ compensation