New Mexico Mutual


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.

Career Opportunities

New Mexico Mutual

Facilities and Administrative Services Representative
Workers’ compensation leader New Mexico Mutual seeks a self-starter with excellent customer care skills to join our team as Facilities and Administrative Services Representative. Looking to plant your roots at a successful New Mexico company? This brand-new position could fit you to a T if your organizational skills are strong, and you’re able to manage projects through to their conclusion.

The Facilities and Administrative Services Representative takes charge of maintaining the excellent condition of our new headquarters facility in Albuquerque. You’ll be our go-to person for all things building-related—from ensuring that maintenance projects proceed on schedule to troubleshooting facility issues, coordinating with service vendors and more.

Ready to never be bored? You’ll also process high-volume printing projects, provide customer service support to injured workers and employers, learn and operate new computer applications, and a variety of other responsibilities.

You’ll need strong verbal and written communication skills to succeed in this position. You should also be proficient in Windows-based software (Word, Excel and Outlook).

In addition to a high school diploma or GED, you should have at least 2 years of general office experience or 1 year of directly related experience. While bilingual (English/Spanish) speakers are preferred, we also encourage English-only speakers to apply.

Risk and Safety Consultant
Workers’ compensation leader New Mexico Mutual seeks a dedicated risk and safety professional to step into our just-listed opening for a Risk and Safety Consultant. This important position at the heart of our operations provides workplace safety guidance and resources to the New Mexico businesses we serve.

As a Risk and Safety Consultant, you will assess and address the safety needs of policyholders to help them reduce the number and severity of accidents and injuries. You’ll consult with managers, provide on-site employee training and share our proprietary risk and safety materials with those we insure. We’ll also count on you to build and maintain relationships with insurance agents, regulatory agencies and other key individuals to increase the effectiveness of your efforts.

The person we seek has strong organizational skills and the savvy needed to work effectively with business owners and workers. You should be a strong communicator with excellent project management, problem resolution and customer service skills—plus a knack for developing creative solutions to various risk and safety challenges.

Workers’ compensation leader New Mexico Mutual seeks an outgoing, energetic and highly organized professional to fill an Underwriter position. While Property and Casualty underwriting experience is a must, workers’ comp experience is not—so if you’d enjoy diving into a new and interesting area of insurance, we encourage you to apply.

Essential to our organization, the Underwriter reviews risk to assure that the policies we offer match prospective clients’ coverage needs, at rates that are competitive and fair. In addition to evaluating, selecting and rating applicants, the position provides excellent customer service to all accounts within an assigned agent territory.

The ideal candidate is not just an analytical thinker, but a strong communicator who can build lasting connections with the agents we serve. This involves reaching out regularly to assist and train agents and their staffs, identifying new business opportunities in the process. The alliances you form will help New Mexico Mutual retain business while strengthening our company’s ties to the agent community. The position requires a bachelor’s degree in a business-related field, plus two or more years of experience in Property and Casualty underwriting.

Integrion Group

Workers’ Compensation Claims Adjuster – Phoenix, AZ
Third party administrator Integrion Group has an opening for an experienced (3+ years) Workers’ Compensation 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 Workers’ Compensation 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 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.

Medical Case Manager – Albuquerque Metro (1 position) – Clovis/Hobbs (1 position)
Third party administrator Integrion Group has an opening for an experienced Medical Case Manager to provide early intervention in the care of patients and facilitate their return to work. If you meet the qualifications and you’re a whiz at managing multiple and changing priorities, we encourage you to apply.

Integrion’s Medical Case Managers expertly guide the recovery process to assure that patients receive top-quality, cost-effective care that’s appropriate for their needs. They proactively maintain contact with patients, employers and medical providers throughout the recovery process, collaborating with all to assess, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate the care and services received.

Our preferred candidate holds an RN or BSN degree from an accredited university or college of nursing. You should also have a current jurisdictional nursing license as well as a working knowledge of case management philosophy, processes, outcomes and goals. The position requires 2-4 years of clinical experience related to trauma, rehabilitation therapy, orthopedics, workers’ compensation, occupational medicine or medical-surgical nursing, with experience and knowledge in claims management, medical case management and record management communication systems and technology.

Other essentials include excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to exercise discretion and confidentiality at all times. You’ll need to be able to pay strong attention to detail, planning and documentation in order to record patient care activities completely and accurately. A satisfactory driving record and a working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) are also required.