Nov 06, 2018
Apr 11, 2018 - Apr 13, 2018
The Oklahoma Commissioner of Insurance is an elected executive position in the Oklahoma state government. The commissioner is responsible for enforcing Oklahoma's insurance-related laws and protecting the financial security of the state and its citizens. The duties of the insurance commissioner are outlined in the Oklahoma Statutes: responsible for the administration and enforcement of the provisions of the Oklahoma Insurance Code and of any requirements placed on an insurance company pursuant to subsection L of section 1111 of Title 47 of the Oklahoma Statutes; has jurisdiction over complaints against all persons engaged in the business of insurance; hears all matters either in person, by authorized disinterested employees, or by hearing examiners appointed by the Commissioner for that purpose; files and safely keeps all books and papers required by law to be filed with the Insurance Department, and keeps and preserves in permanent form a full record of proceedings, including a concise statement of the conditions of such insurers and other entities reported and examined by the Department and its examiners; makes a report to the Governor of the State of Oklahoma of the affairs of the Office of the Insurance Commissioner; may educate consumers and make recommendations regarding the subject of insurance in this state; shall set forth in a statement the various sums received and disbursed by the Department, from and to whom and for what purpose; shall, upon retiring from office, deliver to the qualified successor all furniture, records, papers and property of the office. The salary for this position is $126,713/year.
Submit application to:
Oklahoma State Election Board, 2300 N Lincoln Blvd, Room B6, Oklahoma City, OK, 73105, US