Senior Risk Control Consultant

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RSA is one of the world’s longest standing insurance groups, providing protection and peace of mind, for over 300 years, to more than nine million customers, worldwide.

Our people are ambitious, passionate and inquisitive, and driven by a need to deliver value and innovative solutions to our customers. We are proud of our organizational culture which encourages us to embrace each other’s strengths, and respect everyone’s ideas. 

At RSA, our desire to be the best has created an exceptional company in which you can build and advance your career. RSA is proud to be ranked among Canada’s Top 100 employers in 2019 and 2020. 

To join this award-winning team, and to learn more about us, visit our Careers page. 

RSA, Johnson, CNS and Deeks are part of the RSA Group of Companies (“RSA”).

Position Summary

As a Senior Risk Control Consultant, your interviewing, inspection, and reporting skills will be called upon to assess a variety of medium to large size commercial accounts. Summoning excellent verbal and written communication abilities, your responsibilities will include gathering, assessing, and reporting loss control information to assist with the underwriting process and offer loss prevention recommendations for our clients. In this highly interactive role, you will use your knowledge of NFPA standards, Building and Fire Codes, Canadian Electrical Code, National Safety Code, and casualty expertise to help prevent or mitigate insurance related losses.

What you’ll do in the role

  • Conduct P/C/A Risk Control inspections of commercial risks consistent with established requirements and protocols.
  • Evaluate fire protection including adequacy of sprinkler systems, fire pumps, water supplies.
  • Prepare comprehensive risk assessment reports and risk improvements in accordance with prescribed guidelines within an paperless and virtual environment.
  • Provide feedback to underwriters regarding quality of inspected risks.
  • Manage own inspection workloads within prescribed service and quality KPI’s.
  • Maintain up to date skills and knowledge of P/C/A risk control requirements, commercial underwriting guidelines and related codes, standards and best practices.
  • Communicate, consult and/or advise underwriters, brokers and clients/policyholders.
  • Provide technical and training resource as required.
  • Interact with regional underwriting teams, claims and local Brokers and vendor contacts in support of Commercial Underwriting objectives and value proposition
  • What you’ll need

  • Post-secondary education with an engineering degree, diploma or equivalency
  • Minimum 5 years commercial property & casualty risk control experience
  • In depth technical & engineering knowledge of risk control practices, procedures and standards, including NFPA
  • Proven ability to write and deliver reports
  • Willingness to take direction and work in a collaborative environment
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to research and develop information in order to make informed decisions and resolve problems
  • Ability to plan and set priorities and follow through on commitments
  • Positive attitude towards change
  • Strong PC (computer) abilities, including MS Word and Excel as well as familiarity with main frame systems/applications
  • What you’ll receive

  • A market-leading, comprehensive Total Rewards Program which includes competitive compensation and bonus, flexible benefits, and pension plan.
  • Best-in-class vacation policy that includes paid volunteer, parental leave top-up programs and personal leave days.
  • Strong learning culture with a focus on overall development, internal mobility and career advancement.
  • Tuition reimbursement program.
  • A culture that celebrates diversity and inclusion, with a strong focus on community and corporate social responsibility.
  • At RSA, our purpose is to Make Life Better Together and that starts with our people. We work side by side with driving energy and determination to get better every day, through industry leading thinking, and by listening to and respecting all perspectives. This is how our leaders and our people make an impact. We are forward looking, so we can adapt, evolve and improve, ultimately achieving our better, together. We are committed to creating an environment that promotes a healthy work-life balance. Our people managers and leaders successfully manage flexible work arrangements for their teams to ensure they are optimal for both the individual, and the business. 

    At RSA Canada, we are committed to creating a workplace where our employees thrive; where everybody counts and everyone is heard. Where you can be your whole self at work – wherever that is – everyday. To celebrate differences, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because we believe having a diverse workforce which embraces different perspectives makes RSA Canada a more vibrant and creative place to work.

    RSA is an equal opportunity employer. We provide accommodation for individuals with disabilities in the job application process.