Req Id: 338385
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Reporting to the Senior Manager, Disability Management, Workplace Injuries, the incumbent will be responsible for the administrative and medical aspects of managing workplace injury claims, including the following:
- Manage mainly CNESST claim files for Québec and WSIB claims for Ontario;
- Promote the safe return to work of injured employees and initiate the accommodation process;
- Support and supervise the work of assistants – analysis of the disability;
- Represent the employer in 1st level appeal cases during disputes;
- Assist in preparing hearings for 2nd level appeal cases;
- Communicate with the various external stakeholders involved, i.e. the attending physician, medical specialist, therapists, investigators, rehabilitation counsellors and others;
- Determine the need for a medical evaluations or any other type of evaluation relevant to managing the case, and approve related expenditures.
- Prepare cost sharing and cost relief requests;
- Represent the Workplace Injuries Management group in communications with business unit managers, the Industrial Relations department and the health and Safety department as required;
- Develop and deliver training programs for the business units;
- Ensure quality control of statistical data;
- Take part in developing and implementing processes;
- A college diploma or bachelor’s degree in the health field, in industrial relations, human resources or relevant discipline;
- 3 to 5 years experience as a workplace injuries consultant.
- Excellent communications skills (verbal and written);
- Knowledge of the laws and regulations in force in these provinces (an asset);
- Knowledge of SIGMA-RH;
- Knowledge of SAP (an asset).
Bilingualism is required (English and French); adequate knowledge of French is required for positions in Quebec.
Position Type: Management
Job Status: Regular – Full Time
Job Location: Canada : Quebec : Montreal || Canada : Quebec : Verdun
Flexible work profile: Mobile
Application Deadline: 01/28/2022
Please apply directly online to be considered for this role. Applications through email will not be accepted.
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Created: Canada , QC , Montreal
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