Job Posting #23241
Disability Management Coordinator
Approximate Duration: 8-9 months
About Niagara Region
Serving a diverse urban and rural population of more than 430,000, Niagara Region is focused on building a strong and prosperous Niagara. Working collaboratively with 12 local area municipalities and numerous community partners, the Region delivers a range of high quality programs and services to support and advance the well-being of individuals, families and communities within its boundaries. Nestled between the great lakes of Erie and Ontario, the Niagara peninsula features some of Canada's most fertile agricultural land, the majesty of Niagara Falls and communities that are rich in both history and recreational and cultural opportunities. Niagara boasts dynamic modern cities, Canada's most developed wine industry, a temperate climate, extraordinary theatre, and some of Ontario's most breathtaking countryside. An international destination with easy access to its binational U.S. neighbour New York State, Niagara attracts over 14 million visitors annually, as well as a steady stream of new residents and businesses.
Reporting to the Associate Director, Employee Services, the Disability Management Coordinator is responsible for the management of occupational and non-occupational absenteeism due to illness or injury and supports the Early and Safe Return to Work process, filing Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) claims and Long Term Disability (LTD) Claims in accordance with the Attendance Support Program, WSIB legislation, LTD contract and all applicable policies, collective agreements and applicable legislation.
- Post-secondary diploma from a recognized college in Health Sciences, Occupational Health, Kinesiology and/or Human Resources.
- Post-secondary degree in Health Sciences, Occupational Health, Kinesiology and/or Human Resources preferred.
- 3 years experience with workplace claims management and absence administration.
- 5 years experience in supporting a medium size (200+ staff) organization with multiple work locations with workplace claims management and absence administration preferred.
- Completion of courses in Occupational Health and Safety and Disability Management.
- CHRP designation and/or NIDMAR designation preferred.
Manages all occupational and non-occupational absenteeism due to illness or injury, ensuring consistent administration of all applications and claims documentation.
- Ensures all claim types are appropriately identified and documented.
- Processes all medical documentation submitted related to occupational and non-occupational absences.
- Develops case management strategies and determines case streams (WSIB, LTD, sick, MVA) for all cases.
- Communicates with employees and managers regarding claim status and progression.
- Communicates with third party providers (WSIB and LTD carrier).
- Files Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) claims and Long Term Disability (LTD) Claims in accordance with the Attendance Support Program, WSIB legislation, LTD contract and all applicable policies, collective agreements and applicable legislation.
Determines suitability and appropriateness for Early and Safe Return to Work.
- Works in collaboration with the employee, management and third party provider (if applicable) to ensure all required information is obtained to develop appropriate Return to Work Plan.
Reports on compliance of workers.
- Monitors workers submissions of suitable medical documentation to support occupational or non-occupational absences.
- Tracks and reports on occupational absences and progression of Return to Work plans to WSIB.
Processes billings for third party providers (ex. WSIB Schedule 2 billing, legal provider) to ensure accounts remain in good standing.
Consults with Management, Ministry of Labour representatives, and Occupational Health Nurses to determine appropriate return to work strategies.
- Provides related training and education.
- Provides on-site visibility at various work locations to facilitate processes and respond to questions.
- In accordance with the Corporate Criminal Record Check Policy, the position requires the incumbent to undergo a Criminal Records Check and submit a Canadian Police Clearance Certificate.
- Regional staff strive to enable the strategic priorities of council and the organization through the completion of their work. Staff carry out their work by demonstrating the corporate values of service, honesty, choice, partnership and respect.
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Let us know why you would be an excellent team member by submitting your online application.
We thank all candidates for their interest however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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