The City of Moncton is currently accepting applications for Compliance and Risk Management Analyst.
This position reports directly to the General Manager of Legal and Legislative Services.
The individual is responsible for risk identification and management; coordinating training, providing guidance and keeping departments informed of responsibilities and obligations to follow policies and procedures to meet ethical, legal and regulatory requirements; identification of risk trends, and working with departments to identify solutions to mitigate risk in such areas; and some administrative functions. The individual will also be responsible for the management of the claims process for property damage and personal injury, as well as the administration of the City’s insurance program.
The successful candidate must have the following minimum qualifications:
High school graduate or GED equivalency.
Must have post-secondary education. Preference will be given to candidates graduating from an accredited business/administrative assistant program or hold a diploma in Legal Secretarial or Paralegal at a recognized educational institution.
Must have successfully completed the Canadian Risk Management (CRM) certification.
Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation would also be considered an asset.
Must have a minimum of three 3 years’ experience working in risk management, insurance, or compliance.
Must have previous experience in claims management and records management.
Previous experience working in a legal environment would be considered an asset.
Functional in both official languages (English and French).
Knowledge of risk management principles and practices, insurance terminology, and recordkeeping principles.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of municipal operations and of the structures and processes of municipal government would be considered an asset.
Must have extensive computer knowledge of spreadsheets and databases, word processing, Windows applications, and email. Example: Microsoft Outlook/Excel/Word/PowerPoint.
Requires good communication, interpersonal, facilitation, negotiation and public relations skills to build and maintain effective relationships within the corporation and throughout the community.
Interpreting and analyzing applicable Federal, Provincial and Municipal laws, by-laws, rules, regulations and policies.
Compiling, analyzing, organizing, and evaluating facts and data of varied types and making appropriate recommendations based on findings.
Requires the ability to problem solve, champion and manage change, and gain cooperation of others.
This position has an impact on the image of the Corporation of the City of Moncton and will have frequent contact with internal and external customers.
Requires courtesy and diplomacy for exchanging information through calls from the general public, civic administrator and members of council. Requires behavioral characteristics that reflect the best interests of the corporation.
Must be professional and neat in appearance.
Requires a positive attitude that reflects the best interests of the Corporation and the community at large.
The employee will be required to use proper judgment and high degree of customer service skills in dealing with contacts.
This position will occasionally provide guidance to others in the day-to-day operation of the risk management program, or on project assignments.
Internal Number: P811
About City of Moncton
“Moncton is a vibrant and culturally rich community. It is the only officially bilingual city in Canada, as well as one of the best places in Canada to do business. Moncton is also known as the economic, sports, tourism and entertainment hub of Atlantic Canada. City of Moncton employees strive to maintain its reputation as one of the best places in Canada to live, study, work and play.”