Nov 05, 2019
Jan 01, 2019 - Sep 06, 2019
The Mississippi Commissioner of Insurance is an elected state executive position in the Mississippi state government. The commissioner executes all laws related to insurance companies, corporations, associations and fraternal orders, their agents and adjusters. The commissioner also serves as State Fire Marshal and administers the Mississippi Fire Prevention Code. The duties of the commissioner are outlined on the Insurance Department website: "The Commissioner is charged with execution of all laws relative to insurance companies, corporations, associations and fraternal orders, their agents and adjusters. The duties of the Insurance Commissioner are varied and are both administrative and regulatory. The Commissioner is also the State Fire Marshal and directs the investigation of all fires of a suspicious nature. Through the State Fire Marshal Division, the Commissioner administers the Mississippi Fire Prevention Code. The Commissioner, through the Fire Service Development Division, established guidelines, use and accountability for municipal and county fire protection funds. The Commissioner administers the Liquefied Compressed Gas Equipment Law and enforces the National Fire Protection Association Code.” The salary for this position is $90,000/year.
Submit application to:
Mississippi Secretary of State , 401 Mississippi Street, Jackson, MS, 39201, US