A qualified political subdivision ("QPS") is an Arizona municipality (county, city, town) or other political subdivision that has a population of over 1 million people and whose governing body includes members of a county board of supervisors.
A risk management consultant is an employee of a QPS who is responsible for the management and administration of the QPS's self-insurance program providing health, accident, life or disability benefits to the QPS's employees and dependents or liability loss coverage to the QPS. ARS § 11-981(B)(1), 20-331.01.
|GENERAL REQUIREMENTS||Common to All Applicants|
|Be the minimum age||Individuals must be at least 18 years old. ARS §§ 20-285(B)(1), 20-331.01|
|Maintain a principal place of business||You must have and maintain a location where you keep usual and customary records pertaining to transactions under your license. ARS § 20-290(A), 20-331.01|
(nonrefundable per ARS § 20-167(A))
|Submit fingerprints||Submit fingerprints for individuals and business-entity members, officers, directors and owners (regardless of where the members, officers and directors reside). ARS §§ 20-142(E), 20-285(E)(2), 20-331.01|
|Fulfill license eligibility requirement (individual applicant)||Form L-152
ARS § 41-1080
|Appointment letter||Include with your license application the original of a letter on the QPS's letterhead from the county manager, city manager, town manager or equivalent official confirming your designation as a risk management consultant for the QPS. ARS § 11-981(B)(1),|
|Apply for the license|
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