Risk Management Consultant ii

  • 3-8 Year
  • Edmonton
  •   Posted On: September 1, 2018
  •   Skills:  Communication, Problem Solving, Risk Analysis

Job Overview

Roles & Responsibilities

Help protect the City of Edmonton’s assets by partnering with City’s departments in assessing & designing loss controls, investigating accident and damage claims made by or against the City. As a Risk Management Consultant II, you will effectively manage the day to day risk and claims operations while supporting long term strategy of the section by:

  • Managing claim data and analytics to inform risk control measures, reserve and insurance strategies
  • Supporting transformation initiatives including claims process optimization, development of guidelines, tools and quality control activities
  • Identifying and analyzing insurance requirements for business areas on an ongoing basis.Evaluating moderate to complex claims and incidents including general liability involving bodily injury and property damage. Reviewing insurance policies to verify applicable coverage. Investigating claims in a timely and effective manner, including but not limited to secure oral and written statements and accident scene investigation
  • Liability assessment and determination, quantum research and analysis, mediate claims disputes, negotiate settlements with claimants or their legal representatives
  • Maintaining accurate, complete and current records, preparing briefings to assist legal proceedings
  • Participating in special projects and performing independent technical research as required

Qualifications

  • Minimum 3 consecutive years in risk control experience of moderate complexity.
  • Completed Grade 12 or GED and a Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation from the Insurance Institute of Canada; OR
  • Completed Grade 12 or GED and a minimum of 8 Insurance Institute of Canada Chartered Insurance Professional courses for:
  1. C11 Principles & Practice of Insurance
  2. C12 Insurance on Property
  3. C13 Insurance Against Liability – Part 1
  4. C14 Automobile Insurance – Part 1
  5. C16 The Business of Insurance

And any three of the following:

  1. C110 Essentials of Loss Adjusting
  2. C111 Advanced Loss Adjusting
  3. C112 Practical Issues in Claims Management
  4. C120 Underwriting Essentials
  5. C121 Advanced Underwriting
  6. C122 Practical issues in Underwriting Management
  7. C36 Building Construction, Fire Protection and Basic Hazards
  8. C37 Industrial and Process Hazards
  9. C38 Casualty Loss Prevention
  10. C40 Business Interruption Insurance
  11. C45 Surety Bonds
  • A valid Alberta Class 5 Driver’s License
  • Demonstrated knowledge of insurance claims investigation techniques and practices
  • Knowledge of tort litigation, contract law, insurance law, provincial public liability legislation, and relevant municipal bylaws
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  • Strong analytical, critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills
  • Demonstrated abilities in negotiation, conflict management, dealing with difficult people
  • Strong computer skills in the Microsoft Office Suite and G Suite. A working knowledge of iVos is an asset.
  • Hire is dependent upon a Police Information Check satisfactory to the City of Edmonton

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