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Risk and Claims Analyst (Req 4047)

Job Overview

The incumbent is responsible for the management of the CGS risk and insurance programs.


Essential Duties & Job Functions:

Provides high-level technical guidance on all risk management issues and serves as the subject matter expert.

Assists in the identification of company assets exposed to loss and advises senior management of loss exposures and accompanying risk (to include employee risk).

Reviews contracts and subcontracts to assess potential liabilities, identifies appropriate risk transfer opportunities, and ensures compliance with insurance requirements.

Serves as a key contributing member of the CGS Executive Safety Committee.

Works with CGS Corporate Safety, CGS Human Resources, operation managers, brokers, and insurer representatives to ensure site safety compliance and implement effective loss control measures by conducting risk assessments.

Works with CGS Safety Director to design and monitor site-level training to implement preventative measures to control losses, claims reporting, investigation and post-incident management and mitigation.

Investigates, documents, and manages liability claims, including but not limited to, workers’ compensation, employment practices, auto, property and general liability.

Actively monitors all aspects of claim administration.

Reviews costs associated with claims, and in conjunction with claims specialists, develops strategies to achieve optimal claim outcome and total cost reduction.

In coordination with the CGS Director of Safety, administers the CGS Return-to-Work program.

Responsible for the design and management of the Risk Management Information System (RMIS).

Manages emergency medical transports (medevacs) from remote locations.

Works with the Business Development group to identify possible exposures and potential liabilities and provides appropriate insurance rates during proposal development.

Works with the CGS Director of Safety, CGS Human Resources, brokers and insurers to identify, design, implement and monitor effective safety, loss prevention, and claims management programs.

Acts as liaison with brokers and insurers on insurance, surety, and risk management matters.

Gathers, compiles, and submits timely and accurate insurance information for CGS and its subsidiaries, both annually at renewal and as warranted throughout the course of the policy year as exposures change.

Services all insurance policies (domestic and foreign), impacting CGS by administering evidence/notices of compliance, Certificates of Insurance, and other required items.

Assists with allocation of insurance costs to appropriate business units.

Assists with audit and expired insurance policies.

Provides input pertaining to risk management policies and procedures.

Participates in meetings for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform job duties.

Performs related work as required.

Job Requirements


Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field such as business, finance, or risk management and five (5) years’ of professional level experience in risk management, commercial insurance or related position.

Skilled in the use of MS Office Suite such as Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as database programs and Risk Management Information Systems (RMIS) software at an intermediate level.

Ability to obtain a passport and travel within and outside of Alaska and the US.

Reasonable Accommodation:

CGS will provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.


Equal Employment Opportunity:

Chugach is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, pregnancy, disability, genetic factors, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.