insurance analyst - disability - montreal

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montreal, québec
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Are you looking to work for a recognized international organization in Montreal - One that offers you opportunities for growth and success? Our insurance industry client is recognized for its work-life balance, for its workplace diversity and for its great team spirit! Are you bilingual and have experience or knowledge of insurance/disability processes? Then call us to discuss our Disability Calculation Analyst role!

The Disability Calculation Analyst in Montreal is responsible for:

• Calculate offsets (WSIB, CNESST, provincial automobile insurance act etc )
• Calculate and monitor all overpayments to include potential direct/indirect offsets (Integration/coordination of benefits, rehab calculations, COLA, severance, vacation payments etc.

Competencies :

• Knowledge of provincial laws regarding worker’s compensation and any other government agency for which we may offset benefits.
• Accounting experience, other work or educational training related to calculations.
• Knowledge of Navigator would be an asset
• Experience in Group Disability
• Fully bilingual, French and English

Location: Brand new offices in Downtown Montreal
Contract: 12 months
Competitive Salary

Did you know Randstad offers benefits for temporary workers? Randstad Canada offers a comprehensive voluntary benefits package for temporary workers through Sun Life Financial including insurance for health care, dental, critical illness, accidental death and more. This is one of the many advantages of working with us.

If you are the person we are looking for apply now for immediate consideration.

How to apply:
- Online at, or
- Call us at 514-350-0031, or
- Send us your up to date CV at

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