Windsor, Corporation of the City of
Reporting to the Deputy City Solicitor – Purchasing, Risk Management and Provincial Offences, this position will be responsible to gather information for monthly and yearly analysis of risk management information, and loss history. Integral to their role is the management of insurance-related matters, wherein they evaluate the municipality's coverage needs, and provide advice on the selection and acquisition of appropriate insurance policies to protect against various risks, encompassing property damage, liability, and worker-related events and incidents. Prepare statistical reports for actuary purposes. Maintain the centralized insurance certificate tracking system. Communicate and liaise with various departmental staff to provide insurance & risk management information. The Analyst also plays a crucial role in data analysis, interpreting incident and claims data to identify trends and formulate proactive strategies aimed at preventing future occurrences and enhancing overall safety measures. Document and maintain risk management files, websites, and systems to ensure the complete and accurate records are available for reference to support departments or statutory requirements. Assist in risk management awareness training workshops. Ensure all assets are properly valued and adequately inventoried including arranging for periodic appraisals as required. Verify and process internal and external claim payments. Perform all computer and system related activities consistent with the functional requirements of the position. Participate in professional associations in insurance and risk management to maintain and exchange beneficial information. Will perform Occupational Health and Safety duties as outlined in the Corporation’s Health and Safety Program; Will perform other related duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS: M ust have a three (3) year post-secondary school Diploma from a Community College in Business or a Financial area of study or Ontario Ministry of Education equivalencies; Must have over one (1) year of experience in a financial, computerized Accounting environment (i.e. financial analysis, statistics, adjustments, claims, contract administration, etc.) preferably in a Risk Management and/or Insurance field; Must have experience using the Microsoft Office suite of products; Must be a responsible, self-directed individual who works well independently as well as in a team; Must be extremely organized and detail-oriented with excellent communication and writing skills along with research and analytical skills; Must have a high commitment to providing exceptional customer service; An Associate of the Insurance Institute designation (CIP or CRM) will be considered an asset; Experience working with PeopleSoft Financials will be considered an asset; The physical demands analysis associated with this job indicates a sedentary level of work NOTE: Only those applicants selected for an interview will be acknowledged We offer a smoke-free office environment Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, c. 25 as amended, and will be used to determine eligibility for employment.