Risk & Insurance Coordinator
City : Windsor, Ontario
Category : See posting on Fluor site
Industry : Engineering
Employer : Fluor Canada
The Project Risk Management and Insurance Coordinator has principal responsibility to oversee and manage actual or potential Project-related insurable claims, including various types of design and construction claims (project-specific all risks/environmental/professional liability/wrap-up liability), commercial auto liability/equipment damage claims, employer liability claims, and other types of claims for or against the design/builder within the framework of Project-related insurance policies. This includes but is not limited to:
• Assuring timely issuance of insurance event and claim notices to relevant parties.
• Receiving and managing third-party claims to the extent related to design-build activities (injury or property damage).
• Administering insurance-related Project policies, procedures, and processes, and updating same from time-to-time; managing compliance with insurance claim requirements.
• Providing recommendations; Resolving / settling claims where viable and obtaining approvals to do.
• Sourcing, coordinating, and documenting in detail responsive information from within or external to the Project as needed to progress or defend or to otherwise achieve the resolution/disposition of insurable claims, including gathering and providing factual/historical event information and cost details.
• Acting as the first and primary point of contact in managing and interfacing with external stakeholders (such as the governmental client and related government stakeholders, the public, adjusters/insurers/brokers, co-insured design and consulting professionals and subcontractors, and third-party claimants).
• Responding to communications and information requests from insurers / adjusters and external legal counsel.
• Acting as the first and primary point of contact in managing and interfacing with internal stakeholders (such as the Project senior leadership team, communications personnel, in-house risk managers, contract managers, and legal, project controls, design, and construction personnel).
• Maintaining carriage of, tracking, and reporting regularly on the status of, all design-build-related insurable claims.
• Managing subcontractor and other project insurance requirements; and,
• Acting fairly and ethically.