Risk Manager

JOB SUMMARY: Oversees the fiscal, operational, and administrative needs of the Security and Transportation Departments. Provides for overall guest and employee safety and health support for Odawa Casino. Develops and tracks safety and health programs and objectives and coordinates safety training programs. Monitors safety and health regulations and provides support to ensure compliance with federal and Tribal laws, guidelines, policies, and safety and health regulations. Participates in local and regional preparedness planning efforts. Seeks to increase the safety and preparedness posture of the Odawa Casino Resort from an all hazards approach. Creates partnerships with Tribal, local, and regional public safety personnel. Continually assesses the Odawa Casino Resort's threat and risk posture by monitoring for any potential internal or external risks or vulnerabilities.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
Has authority to hire, terminate, promote, demote, transfer, provide training opportunities, recommend merit increases, evaluate performance, create and adjust performance standards, create and/or delegate staff scheduling, invoke disciplinary action and provide for the fair and equitable treatment of all Team Members.
OCR designated Liaison to Tribal and local safety, health, law, emergency management and all other public safety partners. Provides council and support to the General Manager for all matters pertaining to public safety, preparedness, emergency management and on-site incident support and management.
Designated OCR Liaison to an Incident Command or Unified Incident Command, consistent with national Incident Command System (ICS) protocols.
Must maintain ICS and all-hazard training and experience to insure proficiency.
Acts as a Liaison between Odawa Casino and outside inspectors and insurance representatives.
Manages the OCR emergency exercise program. Provides emergency specific training as required.
Audits employee safety training records as needed.
Monitors any developing severe weather for impacts to OCR properties, guests and employees. Provides recommendations as needed to the General Manager.
OCR representative designated to manage the Worker's Comp and general liability programs.
Responsible to lock out and tag out any vehicle or piece of equipment that poses a health or safety risk until it can be made safe.
Responsible to ensure all team members are safe and work in a safe and healthy environment. If area is found to be unsafe, has authority to restrict access or use of any unsafe item or location and will provide recommendations for remedy.
Responsible to develop and maintain the operational budgets for all areas of responsibility.
Prepares, trains, and monitors the Odawa Casino Safety and Health manual which includes the emergency response plan.
Assist in compliance reviews, general risk assessments and other safety assessments to create a risk and safety plan.
Ensure established procedures, and processes are utilized at all times, to ensure maximum understanding and coordination are in place. Attend department meetings to ensure effective communications take place.
Partners with management to assess safety issues and makes recommendations regarding safety training needs.
Create initiatives aimed at reducing the incident rate of accidents for Team Members and customers.
Acts as a liaison between Odawa Casino and outside inspectors and insurance representatives.
Coordinates the completion of audits, training, and checklists associated with safety inspections.
Research and investigate customer and Team Member accidents; perform accident statistical analysis; makes recommendations to improve the incident rate of accidents.
Coordinates and implements department policies, procedures and processes for Workers Compensation and general insurance liability coverage.
Develops and maintains accident prevention systems and programs for incorporation into operational policies of the organization for both Team Members and guests.
Assist in coordinating the labeling of chemical inventories, safety data sheet (SDS), spill protection, storage, and hazard communication training.
Investigate and research safety concerns and prepare reports as needed.
Ensures all incidents and near misses are reported and managed in accordance to adopted standards and regulations, and that corrective action is taken.
Coordinates the activities of the Odawa Casino Safety Committee.
Promotes safety and health awareness through mentoring, internal communications, and training programs.
Observes Team Members at work to determine compliance with safety precautions and safety equipment use.
Understands federal and tribal occupational safety and health regulations and monitors regulatory changes as they occur.
Coordinates safety activities with all departments; assist departments in delivering mandatory trainings
Works closely with the Training & Organizational Development Specialist to track safety trainings and to ensure implementation of safety practices throughout organization.
Devises methods to evaluate safety program and conducts or directs evaluations to appropriate departments/personnel.
System Access: Great Plains, Attendance Counts, E-Time, Microsoft Office, and Surveillance Footage Viewer
Upholds Odawa Casino Mission statement in all aspects of position:
We create excitement and memories.
We create a culture that provides:
1. A fun, rewarding, safe, and consistent environment for our Team Members.
2. A warm reception, welcoming environment, and friendly atmosphere.
3. An optimal entertainment experience through exceptional service.
4. Support for the Waganakising Odawak values through Wisdom, Love, Respect, Bravery, Honesty, Humility, and Truth.
5. A contribution and connection to the community.
Preference: Applies to Native Americans in accordance with applicable tribal law.
Job Requirements:
Minimum Qualifications:
Must be 18 years old. Associate's Degree in Police Science, Occupational Health and Safety, or related field with (8) years of demonstrated occupational safety & risk, emergency planning, or public safety experience required. Bachelor's degree in Safety, Occupational Health, or related field preferred. Experience must include Law Enforcement or Security Management, EMT training, Firefighter certification, and public or private transportation. Experience in developing and conducting training sessions, and developing policies and procedures. Required to possess certification as Professional Emergency Manager (PEM), Certified Risk Manager (CRM) or Associate in Risk Management (ARM). Current knowledge of OSHA regulations and reporting requirements. Proven ability to demonstrate good analytical, interpersonal, written, verbal, and organizational skills; exercise discretion and sound judgment. OSHA 30-hour training preferred. Must have excellent computer skills pertaining to word processing and database software applications. Must be flexible with shifts and days off. Also requires some lifting up to 30 pounds, significant standing and speaking. Frequent travel from building to building and local in-town travel required. Occasional out-of-town travel required. You may be required to pass a skills assessment test to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications of the position. Exposure to loud and continual noise levels and a smoke filled environment. Must be Serv Safe certified within 90 days of hire. Must maintain confidentiality at all times. Must be able to obtain a gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission.
A Team Member who resigns with proper notice may apply for rehire after 6 months from the effective date of their termination.
A Team Member who has their employment terminated by any gaming facility or who resigns without proper notice may be eligible for rehire subject to the following schedule:
1st occurrence must wait one year from the effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
2nd occurrence must wait three years from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
Any occurrence beyond the 2nd must wait five years from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
Please note that occurrences do not reset regardless of length of time between them.
A Team Member whose employment is terminated as a result of not being able to return to work upon exhaustion of the Fair Employment Leave will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period once they have been released back to work by a qualified physician.
A Seasonal Team Member whose employment is terminated will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period if they successfully complete their most recent seasonal employment.
Must not be currently on a Security Ban from Odawa Casino during the time of application.
To apply for any Dual Rate positions the applicant must be currently employed and in good standing with OCR.
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