As a Risk Management Analyst, you will be responsible for insurance and risk management duties, along with managing the risk management information system (RMIS) for our family of transportation companies. You will be charged with multiple and ongoing insurance and risk management functions, such as claim tracking reports and deductible payments, cost of risk data gathering, updating exposure schedules and policy premium allocations. You will work closely with and support the Insurance Manager as well as the Senior Director of Risk Management. You will also be responsible for facilitating utilization of the claims and insurance policy modules of the risk management information system across all Saltchuk companies. We use Origami as our platform, and it is our database of record for incidents & claims, exposure & policy information and safety reporting statistics. You may also collaborate with other department, depending on their needs and use of Origami.
Responsibilities of a Risk Management Analyst
You’ll work collaboratively with subsidiary companies to identify their RMIS needs, train personnel and implement solutions consistently across all companies and lines of coverage.
You’ll be the RMIS provider’s main point of contact, as this position is the company’s designated system administrator.
You’ll develop and implement interfaces with subsidiaries’ internal systems, such as HR and Operations, and will implement downloads from external sources, such as insurer and TPA loss runs.
You’ll implement RMIS policies and procedures developed by the company to ensure consistent claims administration, tracking and documentation across all companies and lines of coverage.
You’ll facilitate RMIS audits by internal audit staff.
You’ll manage monthly loss run review for claims within the company’s marine self-insured retention. This review is conducted between our broker and our risk management department.
You’ll facilitate the annual Origami Users’ Conference for the Saltchuk family of companies.
You’ll work with Finance to reimburse subsidiaries for self-insured retention claim payments within the marine program.
You’ll work with the Director of Risk Management and the finance team to prepare a self-insured retention marine reserve worksheet at each actuarial report date (approximately four (4) times per year).
You’ll review and confirm subsidiary deductible payments for deductible invoice reconciliation.
You’ll assist with total cost of risk data gathering and reporting.
You’ll assist with annual outside auditor reviews regarding RMIS claim procedures, claim payments and marine reserve tracking.
You’ll assist the finance team with insurance policy invoicing and payments.
You’ll assist on policy renewals with the Insurance Manager, which includes gathering and transmitting underwriting data to our insurance brokers, loss run requests and premium allocations.
You’ll assist with other claim tracking, policy audit reconciliation, and special insurance and risk management projects as needed.
You have a Bachelor’s degree
We encourage the pursuit of AINS or AIS certifications
You have at least of two years of RMIS experience (preferably, Origami)
You have at least two years of insurance and risk management experience
You have project management, vendor management, organizational and planning skills with a keen attention to detail
You have strong analytical and problem-solving skills
You have the ability to develop and maintain interpersonal relationships, work closely with others, cooperate with others in a manner that recognizes the importance of team work in achieving company goals
You have excellent written and verbal communication skills
You have basic accounting or finance knowledge
You have strong Excel skills
You are proficient with MS Office applications
There are some travel requirements, and we anticipate it will be about 15-20%:
Local travel: Greater Puget Sound Area
Out of state travel: visit other operating company locations as needed for training and potentially a trip to Chicago to meet with Origami
The annual Origami Users’ Conference (location varies).
Additional Salary Information: What benefits does Saltchuk offer?
You’ll get market-competitive benefits aimed at supporting you and your family: medical, dental and vision plans, life insurance, and disability benefits. We also practice generous 401(k) company matching to help you save for your future.
Internal Number: Risk Management Dept.
About Saltchuk Resources, Inc.
Saltchuk is a family-owned, diversified transportation and distribution company headquartered in Seattle. With consolidated revenue of nearly $3 billion and approximately 7,500 employees, Saltchuk is ranked among the largest privately held businesses in Washington. Saltchuk companies provide air cargo, domestic shipping and logistics, international shipping and logistics, marine services, petroleum distribution and trucking services throughout North America. We believe in–and champion–the inherent value of our companies’ individual brands. The Corporate office provides leadership and resources to our companies, but not direct management of their operations. We do, however, provide integrated leadership in finance, risk management, human resources and internal audit. A primary function of the Corporate Home is to deploy capital and manage debt. Although the company has grown considerably since its’ founding in 1982, the Corporate Home employs about 50 people and has retained the collegial and entrepreneurial culture of a much smaller organization. Saltchuk is a values-driven organization, committed to safety and taking care of its employees, communities and the environment.