Manager, Claims and Finance

Posted:August 19, 2019

About the company:

Our client acknowledged a significant milestone — its 30th year delivering insurance and risk management solutions to Ontario’s electricity sector. They develop and offer insurance and risk management solutions to the electricity utilities in Ontario. More than thirty years into our story, they are one of the most successful reciprocal insurance exchanges in existence today.

Services include: property/casualty insurance, group benefits, credit insurance, human resource services, trades/executive/professional and management training and a variety of financial and business solutions – all targeted expressly to the electricity sector.

Job description:

Reporting to the Vice President, Finance & Claims Services, the incumbent is responsible overseeing budget and month end financial statement preparation. The Manager is also responsible for overseeing activities in the claims department arising out of the Liability, Vehicle and Property insurance programs.

As a member of the management team, provides input in the development of objectives of the Department and supervises the Claims Adjuster, Claims Administrator and Accounting Administrator.

Accounting

  • Oversees preparation of monthly financial statements including various supporting schedules
  • Approves all accounts receivable and accounts payable transactions including banking, investments and cash flow management
  • Oversees budget preparation, analysis and monitoring
  • Prepares and submits regulatory taxation and other corporate filings

Claims

  • Manages the internal claims management process including working with reinsurers
  • Manages customer expectations and satisfaction regarding claims adjusting
  • Settles claims within authority level and recommends appropriate course of action in excess of authority to the Vice President
  • Manages on-site claims-related investigations
  • Oversees litigation management to achieve best possible resolution

Unit Management

  • Works with the Vice President to formulate, support and implement long-term strategies for the department
  • Oversees and manages work carried out by staff and external consultants
  • Develops and manages the unit’s budget
  • Other duties as assigned

Educational Requirements:

  • Post secondary education with major in accounting, finance, business
  • Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation or working towards

Skills, Knowledge & Experience:

  • 5+ years finance experience
  • Knowledge of electricity sector an asset
  • Knowledge of the insurance sector an asset
  • Experience/knowledge of claims adjusting an asset
  • Knowledge of contract & tort law (claims acts, regulations & policies, etc.) an asset
  • Supervisory experience including developing and motivating staff
  • Practical experience using a financial accounting system (i.e. ACCPAC) required
  • Good investigation and problem solving skills (i.e. dealing with fraud, serious loses, etc.)
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Motivated, high energy team player
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office suite)

Working Conditions:

  • Professional office environment
  • Irregular business hours may apply
  • Travel within Ontario required

Competitive Salary, Bonus, Pension and Full Health Benefits

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Job Title: Team Lead, Enterprise and Operational Risk Management

Reports to: Chief Risk Officer

Department: Risk Management Direct

Reports: 4

Status: Full-time

Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Function

Roles and Responsibilities

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Risk Monitoring System Management

Reviewing Reports

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Job Title: Senior Risk Analyst

Reports to: Manager, Risk Management Department

Department: Risk Management

Region: Toronto

Status Full-time

Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Summary

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Roles and Responsibilities

Qualifications

What You Need To Know

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Equal Employment Opportunity

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Job Title: Senior Manager, Credit Risk Oversight

Reports to: Chief Risk Officer

Department: Risk Management

Region: Toronto

Status Full-time

Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Summary

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 Roles and Responsibilities

Qualifications

What You Need To Know

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