Who We Are
Special District Risk Management Authority (SDRMA) is a public entity joint powers authority formed in 1986 to provide property, liability, workers’ compensation, and health benefits coverage protection and risk management services statewide exclusively for California public agencies. SDRMA’s primary objective is to serve as a single comprehensive resource providing quality coverage protection, risk management services, claims management, and a safety and loss prevention program tailored to meet the complex needs of California public agencies. Located in downtown Sacramento, SDRMA is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors supported by 16 staff members.
SDRMA is a great place to work. Our diverse group of employees are dedicated to serving our members as a single comprehensive resource providing quality coverage protection, risk management services, claims management, and a safety and loss prevention program tailored to meet the complex needs of California public agencies. We value and recognize excellence in our team members, promoting and maintaining a family friendly environment and healthy work-life balance for all our employees.
Current Employment Opportunities:
No current openings at this time.
Recruitement is open until position is filled.
Interested candidates must complete our online employment application and attach a resume here.
Please note: Applications that do not list related job experience in the “Employment History” section will be considered incomplete and may be rejected. A résumé or answers to the supplemental questions are not a substitute for the information required in this section. Appointment to all full-time positions is contingent upon passing a pre-employment criminal history records check. At time of hire, the documentation requirements of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 must be met.
Special District Risk Management Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer
We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, color, creed, age, marital status, disability, or any other legally protected status.