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
The General Counsel is the primary legal adviser to New Mexico Mutual reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Provides overall legal direction, vision and strategy in support of New Mexico Mutual business objectives to executive leadership and business units. Directs the legal affairs, corporate governance and government/industry relations of New Mexico Mutual. Manages outside legal counsel for the enterprise. Is a member of the Senior Leadership Team.
This position provides expert claim handling services in the areas of coverage, compensability, investigation, evaluation, negotiation, litigation management and resolution of serious and complex workers’ compensation insurance claims under applicable law, corporate policy and best practice. Quality claim handling expertise, Service Excellence and indemnity and expense management will also be provided by the position. The claims specialist will also be an expert technical resource to other claims professionals, business partners, policyholders and stakeholders.
IT Security Administrator II
This position plans, implements, monitors, and troubleshoots internal information technology security policies, application security, access controls, and corporate data safeguards. Analyzes and defines security requirements for local and wide area networks and possesses a deep knowledge of information security principles and best practices. This position performs network scanning and vulnerability assessments. This position provides technical advice on security models, disaster recovery, business continuity planning, and security awareness training. This position maintains all corporate communication mediums including data, voice, fax, and email systems. This position tracks end user system utilization, at the direction of IT management. This position maintains networking infrastructure. In addition, this position assists with end-user support on an as-needed basis.
The Senior Underwriter will serve as the department’s subject matter expert. This position will be responsible for the evaluation, selection, acceptance, declination, pricing and servicing of the organizations more complex accounts. The Senior Underwriter will serve as a role model of service excellence, as well as mentor for underwriting staff members.
Premium Auditor I
Responsible for conducting workers’ compensation premium audits at the insured’s location or independent accounting firm in a timely and cost-effective manner. This position also serves as a resource to other departments on Workers’ Compensation rules, regulations and classifications.
Workers’ Compensation Adjuster
This is an office position responsible for the adjudication of workers’ compensation claims, assigned by our clientele, in accordance with the New Mexico Workers’ Compensation Statute, governing rules and regulations, related case law and client and company procedures. New loss assignments are account driven, based on case complexity and experience levels of the adjuster.