The Risk Management Analyst is responsible for the day-to-day technical and administrative support of various risk management information systems and the production of various quantitative and qualitative reports. This individual will also be responsible for supporting all aspects of system-wide insurance programs and other risk management activities as assigned. The Risk Management Analyst is an individual who has a basic working knowledge of property and casualty insurance; demonstrates good organizational skills; has the ability to handle multiple tasks; is technically proficient in Word, Excel, and Power Point; is a proven self-starter; and, is highly motivated and accountable.
Risk Management Information System
Maintain the functionality of the RMIS database.
Consults with the Claims Department for all database issues, as needed.
Creates reports for internal and external constituents.
Collect and report aggregate data and analyze data obtained. Develop summary and detail level reports for the purpose of internal and external reporting on insurance, claims and loss prevention data.
Coordinate and reconcile financial transactions with the trust, captive and finance team.
Insurance Program Support
Supports the Risk Management Department in the accurate preparation and timely submission of state insurance and self-insurance reports and documentation.
Coordinates responses to Care Sites on matters, such as: obtaining evidence of insurance for third parties to support SCLHS contracts, and new exposure and insurance placements.
Receives daily insurance related correspondence, reviews and determines appropriate action to take based on content and authority.