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Acosta Risk Analyst in United States, United States


The Risk Analyst will assist the Director of Risk Management in the implementation of the corporation’s property and casualty risk management programs. Responsible for preparation and maintenance of underwriting data, first level contract review, communication of programs to business units, and departmental accounting


  • Assist in the collection and management of current and historical exposure information on a timely basis for all risk financing/insurance programs

  • Analyze loss experience at the location, business unit, and corporate level to identify trends; maintain data communication with Risk Manager( Director of Risk Management) on a timely basis

  • Evaluate risk financing alternatives, adequacy of limits and make recommendations

  • Coordinate audits of insurance programs

  • Arrange for timely payment of all costs associated with the cost of risk; keep accurate records of risk management expenses, including loss costs

  • Evaluate P&L annual insurance cost of risk for allocations to business units

  • Manage compliance with state regulations for workers compensation in self-insured and monopolistic states, OSHA reporting

  • Analyze cost benefit of various programs and procedures within risk management

  • Assist with insurance and risk management due diligence reviews for mergers and acquisitions

  • Provide ongoing risk management support and assistance as needed


  • 5+ years within a risk management environment or insurance company or brokerage experience handling national or global accounts

  • Demonstrated capabilities in the major areas of responsibilities described above all lines of risk including Workers’ Compensation

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Strong interpersonal skills; must be able to interface with all levels corporate staff

  • Heavy administrative and organizational skills; must be detail oriented and comfortable working with numbers

  • Computer skills, experienced in Windows environment, Word, Excel, Access, and Lotus Notes software and use of on-line claims data systems

  • Time management skills, flexible and able to handle a variety of tasks simultaneously

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Work State US

Job ID 2022-202443

Work City United States

PCN Sourcing Req

Position Type Regular Full-Time

Work Zip 00000

Starting average hours per week 37.5 +

Category Corporate Jobs