Health & Safety Program Analyst III

Responsibilities: Develop and nurture key strategic business relationships in order to provide effective guidance on Risk Management issues to key internal customers.  Act as an advisor to the business with respect to insurance coverage terms and conditions, communication of deductibles or self-insurance.   Lead the company's global employee health and safety program.  Analyse strategies to advance the program; identify areas of deficiency and create/implement programs to match or exceed compliance with governmental requirements and standards.  Analyse risks related to events and marketing campaigns (including sweepstakes, outdoor editor/blogger activities, editorial campaigns, road shows, mobile marketing trucks, retail store marketing, and product photo shoots), etc.  Lead property loss prevention inspection process to maintain the company's Highly Protected Risk (HPR) status.  The duties may include: participation as company representative during inspections of major locations; assist the locations in analyzing structural engineering and housekeeping recommendations; determining the best solution for the location and company; contributing to building the business case including the ROI analysis; and leading the response to the insurance company representative outlining Columbia's response to the recommendations.  Review contracts, personal services agreement, including leases, SAAS and other IT agreements to analyse and effectively transfer risk to third parties, while controlling the risks being transferred to Columbia.   Verify that adequate insurance coverage is provided and maintained by all parties to a contract.  Report, and process 3rd party casualty and 1st party workers' compensationclaims.   Experience: Bachelors degree in Finance, Risk Management, Organizational Safety Management, Insurance, Industrial Engineering or other related field.  Combination of relevant education and experience may substitute for degree completion. 5+ years in Risk analysis/program management, Insurance, Finance, Economics, Law, Business Administration, or related field.  Applied knowledge of health and safety programs. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of risk management and loss prevention strategies, domestic and international legal environments, and Highly Protected Risk (HPR) engineering standards based on Factory Mutual (FM) engineering data sheets.  Intermediate knowledge of 3rd party claims management strategies within workers' compensation or casualty coverage lines.  ARM, CPCU, AIC or equivalent certification preferred.  
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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