Ref No: AM17349
Limerick, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Risk Compliance Lead - County Limerick.
This is an exciting opportunity to lead in the continued development and further implementation of the business management framework and the related tools, practices and policies to manage business risk. The successful person will oversee the risk management compliance activities of the organisation and report on same.
This is a key role within the company, building solid working relationships with key stakeholders across the business while promoting a strong culture of risk management and compliance.
The role of Risk Compliance Lead will have exposure to a wide variety of multiple site activities and challenges
Reporting, investigating and designing action plans for all relevant incidents.
Managing all employer and public liability
Identify, assess and mitigate company risks.
Develop strategies and support insurers, loss adjustors and solicitors on claims and incidents
Liaise with legal advisors to review and approve defence motions, affidavits and all legal documents.
Develop and continually improve claim protocols, policies, processes of all EL, Motor and PL claims.
Management of insurance excess, instructing legal and loss adjustors.
Financial planning, knowledge around reserve, accrual and payment processes and budgeting.
Insurance and risk data collection and presentation to senior company management.
Manage, review, update and communicate all incident investigation policies and processes
Triage all incidents and action as appropriate.
Present defensibility argument in all internal incident investigation forums
Report incidents to relevant bodies, authorities and interested parties
Act as local data protection representative and liaise with European Data Protection officer as required
Interested applicants should ideally have CII Level 6 Advanced Diploma in Insurance, CIP accreditation, Risk Management qualification or level 7 FETAC Legal qualification, or similar.
Ideally experience in an insurance and risk compliance focused environment.
Experience of working within a commercial environment, and previous experience of the FMCG sector an advantage (not essential).
Knowledge of claims processes, court procedures, reserve calculation and application and contractual agreements.
A highly motivated and ambitious individual who is flexible and adaptable
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills with the proven ability to develop and maintain effective relationships.
Excellent knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
A demonstrated ability to create concise reports, policy and procedures.
Strong presentation skills essential.
Excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
Must be able to work as part of a team as well as on own initiative in a very busy dynamic environment.
Full clean driving licence.