We come from humble beginnings — picture a one-person organization created in 1949 to advocate for excellence in public education on behalf of Texas school board members. Flash forward to today, and we have over 500 employees working together to provide 1,024 school districts with purposeful resources so they can focus on what matters most — excellent and equitable education for all 5.4 million Texas students. At TASB, the motto has always been “expert help from friendly people,” which makes it easy to see how we’ve maintained 100% membership across all Texas school boards for 32 years and counting. We combine a strong sense of tradition with innovation, and our mission — educational excellence for all Texas schoolchildren through advocacy, visionary leadership, and high-quality services to school districts — has played out in transformative ways.
Why Texas Association of School Boards (TASB)
As TASBeans (our internal name for employees), we feel privileged to work alongside talented team-members who are passionate about education and enjoy learning from new and different perspectives. We believe what makes our organization highly successful is the rich diversity our employees collectively bring to TASB with different backgrounds, skillsets, cultures and ethnicities, gender identities, interests, abilities, and work styles. And our passion for education and learning doesn’t end there. Our culture has always encouraged employees to grow and become their best selves both professionally and personally through a variety of innovative and collaborative development opportunities. You’re likely beginning to see why we’ve been regularly named by Austin Business Journal as a Top Ten Best Places to Work since 2009! But there’s more…
TASB offers competitive pay, rich benefits (including retirement matching of 2:1 up to 5% after one year), onsite daycare, gym, fitness classes, dry-cleaning services, tuition reimbursement, remote work options, flexible schedules, and more.
Every role at TASB thoughtfully complements our mission and the educational impact being made in communities across Texas. If you consider your work exceptional and want to help drive our mission forward, keep reading!
As an Adjuster – Auto Litigation, you will have an opportunity to work in a customer focused and dynamic Auto, Liability and Property Claims Administration department.
A Typical Day
- Responsible for proactively managing an inventory of litigated automobile and general liability claims.
- Investigate, analyze, evaluate, and resolve litigated third-party bodily injury and property damage claims
- Collaborate with panel attorneys on defense strategy for litigated auto claims
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How You’ll Make an Impact
- Ensure compliance by defense counsel to the Fund’s Litigation Guidelines
- Identify cases that may necessitate the engagement of experts
- Ensure that all litigated claims are handled in accordance with Best Practices Guidelines and in accordance with established reserve, payment, and settlement authorities
- Ensure panel attorney fee bills are accurate and paid in a timely manner
- Attend depositions, mediations and trials as needed
- Identify claim handling trends and regularly share those findings with the auto claim team
- Regularly review the Auto Litigation Guidelines and Best Practices Guide for relevance and completeness
Skills For Success
- Bachelor’s degree preferred, although High School diploma or equivalent is acceptable if there is a demonstrated history of excellence in prior positions.
- Minimum two years of claim handling experience; preference for experience to include handling of litigated claims.
- Have/Obtain and maintain active Texas Adjuster’s License.
- Mastery of claim handling principles and the Texas Tort Claims Act.
- Understand medical terminology, medical billing, and bio-mechanical principles.
- Support recommendations with concise analysis.
- Time management and proper prioritization of tasks utilizing multiple software systems.
- Effective communicator, orally and in writing.
- Persuasive negotiator.
- Excellent customer service skills.
The TASB Difference
- Enjoy competitive pay and rich benefit offerings.
- Be part of a collaborative environment where every contribution impacts Texas public schoolchildren.
- Thrive in a culture that promotes bringing your whole self to work every day and emphasizes healthy boundaries and work-life balance.
- Learn and grow individually and together through frequent professional development; diversity, equity, and inclusion panels; wellness seminars; and more.
- Work alongside transparent leaders with an open and consistent feedback approach.
- Celebrate as a team with meaningful (and fun) events and tokens of appreciation throughout the year.
- The health and safety of our employees and members, is our top priority. We have implemented safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our facilities including incentivizing vaccines, requiring masks in all common areas in the building, and optional risk-based testing strategies.
- TASB is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate on the basis of an individual's race, color, disability, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, age, marital status, veteran status, or any other personal characteristic protected by law.
- This position does not qualify for visa sponsorship.
- Any job offer is contingent upon receipt of results of a satisfactory background check.