Employment

The IAIABC's current employment opportunities are listed below.

Executive Director

The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) is seeking a strategic, dynamic, and collaborative Executive Director to lead the Association and advance its mission to find solutions that reduce harm and aid recovery from an occupational injury or illness.

This position offers a great opportunity for a skilled executive to work with an involved Board, engaged membership, and talented staff to positively influence workers’ compensation and work injury insurance schemes around the world. The successful candidate will be committed to member service, recognize the value of diverse perspectives, and collaboratively address challenges. Review the Executive Director position description for additional details.

The IAIABC is a 501(c)(3) organization with an annual revenue of $1.2 million and a 108-year history of providing information and education on workers’ compensation policy, regulation, and administration. Visit www.iaiabc.org to learn more.

Today, the IAIABC is the largest trade association of workers’ compensation jurisdictional agencies in North America. Along with these government entities, various private organizations involved in the delivery of workers’ compensation coverage, benefits, and services participate in the IAIABC.

The Executive Director is currently based in the IAIABC’s headquarters office in Madison, Wisconsin. Following a sufficient on-boarding period with staff, remote work may be considered. Regular in-person meetings with staff are expected. Some travel is required.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Gregg Lutz at glutz@iaiabc.org with the subject line: Executive Director 2022. The cover letter should address the following:

  • Vision for the IAIABC
  • Knowledge of occupational health, safety, and/or workers’ compensation
  • Approach to team leadership 

Applications will be accepted through January 31, 2022.

Executive Director Position Description