If you’d like to make a difference and you’re up for a challenge, we should meet.
New Mexico Mutual invites professionals who thrive in a dynamic environment to help us create the future of workers’ compensation.
More New Mexico companies count on us to protect their injured employees than any other workers’ comp provider. We take their trust to heart, investing in the talent and technologies to assure that we never let them down. The responsibility is great—but what a fulfilling way this is to earn a living.
If you’re looking for a successful and forward-thinking company that empowers its people, look at New Mexico Mutual. We offer:
- Nationally competitive compensation.
- Generous benefits (health, dental, life, retirement, disability, paid time off, wellness and more).
- Professional development and coaching opportunities.
- A friendly, supportive environment that encourages knowledge-sharing and mentoring.
- Tuition reimbursement.
- The opportunity to contribute your ideas—and often to run with them.
Now, forget what you’ve heard about insurance.
If you think our field is boring, think again. Workers’ comp professionals live and work on the front lines of business, innovating often to meet the needs of our evolving economy. And what we do matters.
Like helping people get their lives back on track after a devastating injury. Teaching entrepreneurs how to keep their employees safe. And protecting businesses against financial losses that could ruin them.
The work is rewarding. And important. And maybe, it’s for you.
Your future is calling. Apply now for one of our open positions, or contact us to get acquainted.
New Mexico Mutual
Our Premium Auditor I position is the ideal entry into the discipline of auditing, a critical function within the workers’ compensation industry. Premium auditors help to preserve the financial strength of companies like ours so that businesses and workers can count on us when accidents happen. As New Mexico’s leading workers’ compensation provider, we offer competitive pay and benefits, plus advancement potential throughout all areas of our organization. If you are a proactive, analytical thinker—and if sweating the details comes naturally to you. Excellent communication skills and a knack for relationship-building are equally important. The position requires a bachelor’s degree, preferably in accounting or another business-related field. Insurance designations (APA, CIC, CPCU or similar) are helpful but not necessary. While experience in workers’ compensation or other types of insurance is preferred, it isn’t essential for those with strong skills and the desire to excel.
New Mexico Mutual is seeking an exceptional Paralegal to assist the Vice President-General Counsel and in-house counsel within the Corporate Governance Department. The department oversees the legal, compliance, enterprise risk management, outside counsel management, corporate governance, and government relations functions for the company. Individual must be a poised self-starter who is personable, professional, energetic, inquisitive, and takes pride in his or her work. Excellent communication, negotiation, analytical, and problem-solving skills, with an attention to detail, are required. Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and deliver consistent, timely, and quality work is a must. A bachelor’s degree and a minimum three years paralegal experience with a law firm, company, or other organization is required. Corporate, workers’ compensation, and medical records paralegal experience is a plus.
Workers’ Compensation Medical Only Claims Adjuster
Integrion Group has an opening for an entry level Workers’ Compensation Medical Only Claims Adjuster to join our growing company. If you have strong analytical and communication skills, a gift for negotiation and the desire to learn, this could be the ideal position for you. The Medical Only Claims Adjuster handles all aspects of claims adjudication for our clients, working independently and also as part of a team. The in-office position investigates and documents medical only claims, conducts interviews, posts and monitors reserves, reviews and pays medical bills, files legal documents and helps expedite the return to work. If you’ve never experienced a TPA environment before, we’ll bring you up to speed on this evolving and important part of the insurance industry. A bachelor’s degree is preferred—but it isn’t essential for those with the right combination of skills, experience and savvy.