Winnipeg Regional office located at 490 Lucas Avenue in Winnipeg is seeking candidates for the position of Claims Administrator
Reporting to the National Manager of Risk Management, the Claims Administrator is responsible for investigating and processing all company claims.
Duties and Responsibilities
Works with staff and management in Fleet and Maintenance Dept to coordinate repairs to damaged equipment.
Works with assigned independent and representatives from our insurance company on bringing claim to resolution.
Coordinates with repair facilities, recovery companies and branches on getting damaged equipment repaired and back into operations in a timely and efficient manner.
Negotiates, settles and resolves motor vehicle accident claims, cargo and property losses with customers and third parties.
Receives and reviews all incident reports and claim investigation material including Motor Accident Reports, Property Damage and Warehouse Exception reports.
Establishes and manages both hard copy and e-copy claim files with all documentation and investigation material housed in chronological order.
Coordinates and handles all internal claims investigations and communicates the findings internally and to the customer/vendor within a timely manner.
Administers the financial aspects of all claims including establishing claim reserves, internal cost allocation, processing loss payments and subrogation collection.
Perform duties in accordance with industry standards, regulations, corporate timelines, performance standards and workplace safety and health policies and procedures.
Participates with an on call rotation
Other duties as reasonably assigned
Completion of high school required
Completion of Post Secondary Business Administration or equivalent course required
Minimum 2 years experience handling auto and cargo losses
Proficient in Microsoft office products including excel, internet and database applications
Must be able to demonstrate active verbal and written communication skills
Must have a typing speed of over 40 WPM
Above average interpersonal skills
Excellent time management, prioritization, organizational and planning skills required
Ability to problem solve, self-motivated and work independently
Good negotiation skills and customer service focus
Experience working in claims or trucking considered an asset
Insurance Institute of Canada (CIP Program) designation considered asset
If you meet the above qualification, please complete the online application and submit your resume.
We would like to thank all those expressing an interest in this position; however only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Committed to employment equity, Canada Cartage Systems LP encourages applications from Aboriginal people, members of visible minority groups and women