The mission of the Rural Municipalities of Alberta (RMA) is to “empower its members through proactive leadership, strategic partnerships, effective advocacy and collective business services”. RMA Insurance (a subsidiary of the Rural Municipalities of Alberta) is one of Canada’s oldest municipal/public sector insurance programs and has been protecting members since 1955. RMA Insurance’s portfolio insures over $12B in assets and over 13,000 vehicles, making it one of the largest as well.
Under the general direction of the Manager of Insurance, the Risk Advisor identifies and resolves risk exposures for RMA insurance clients through client visits, risk inspections, preparation and delivery of seminars, and the preparation of written policies, materials, and circulars.
The Risk Advisor will have access to highly confidential member and association information, and it is expected and required information be held in the strictest confidence.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Physical risk inspections at multiple locations across Alberta, including written reporting, photographs, and recommendations.
Client visits and monitoring to review policies, educate, and serve clients.
Formal presentations for individual clients, regional seminars, and conventions.
Preparation and delivery of risk management seminars,
Authoring of and contribution to client circulars, newsletters, and Municipal Guardian magazine articles.
Liaison with other insurance entities, risk managers etc.
Monitoring legal, political, and economic environments as they pertain to Jubilee Insurance program.
Risk Management policy development for clients.
Assistance with in-house underwriting and policy renewal negotiation, as necessary.
Gap analysis for member insurance programs.
Minimum 3 years’ experience in Risk Management field.
Knowledge and experience in dealing with local government, school board or non-profit organizations.
Thorough knowledge of commercial property and liability insurance.
Must possess strong and effective presentation skills.
Proficient in all applications of Microsoft office.
Clean Drivers Abstract and valid class 5 license.
Level II General Insurance Agent License.
Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker designation.
CRM (Certified Risk Manager) designation.
A combination of other education and insurance experience may be considered.
Commensurate on experience, post-secondary education (bachelor and master level degrees) and determined according to the current RMA salary grid.
Includes a comprehensive benefits package plus Local Authorities Pension Plan (LAPP) pension, after applicable waiting periods.
Applicants must submit, in confidence, a covering letter and resume detailing qualifications, work experience, and reference to Monica An, HR Analyst.
We thank all applicants in advance of their submissions, but only those chosen for an interview will be notified.