Compensation Performance Consultant

Position ID
 
J1117-0533
Competition No.
 
17-75
Job Title
 
Compensation Performance Consultant
Job Type
 
Term, Full-time
Open Positions
 
1
Job Location
 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Date Posted
 
January 5, 2018
Closing Date
 
January 21, 2018



Job Summary:

The Compensation Performance Consultant is responsible for the on-going development, maintenance and consistent application of policy, process and procedures relating to performance within Compensation Services. The incumbent collaborates with all areas of Compensation Services to establish current and future measures and objectives which focus on service, operational efficiency and effectiveness as well as provides analytical support for resource modeling and technical application expertise (Emerge).

Job Duties:

Leads the development, improvement and application of Compensation Services capabilities including customer service, quality standards, performance measurements, policies, processes and procedures and their interpretation, technology capabilities and resource planning.

Identifies and assesses business drivers for change, opportunities for improvement and divisional priorities; conducts comprehensive analysis, makes recommendations on service delivery and operational changes to address and improve customer service and performance within Compensation Services.

Develops business cases to address Compensation Services performance improvement goals, solutions and alternatives, risks and risk management strategies and high level schedules and costs.

Work independently and/or collaboratively to create project plans; manages projects from design through implementation and evaluation.

Effectively engages and collaborates with Compensation Services departments to assess current experience(s) and facilitates the development and implementation of service delivery improvements.

As required, partners with stakeholders to establish and ensure support for Compensation Services initiatives; collaborates on the development of solutions. Stakeholders include but are not limited to Policy & Research, Information Technology and Business Intelligence.

Provides on-going support for divisional performance measurement and resource modelling.

Collaborates within Performance, Training & Quality to develop frameworks and templates for business cases, project plans, processes and practices (e.g. Best Practices), performance measurement and resource models.

Provides expertise to the staff, management, Executive, Fair Practices Office and the Review Office on Compensation Services processes, practices and policies.

Provides input into the annual Compensation Services planning process.

Pursues professional development through any of the following: literature reviews and research, training courses and continuing education, seminars and conferences and industry networking.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

University degree in a related field plus professional development in business or systems analytics, process reengineering, or project management

Minimum five (5) years progressive experience in claim adjudication, claim management, insurance, business process improvement, project management, or similar work environment.

Superior knowledge of applicable WCB legislation, policy and procedure

Knowledge of business process reengineering, project management principles and change management methodology

Advanced proficiency in the use of personal computers and software in a Windows environment

Superior interpersonal skills including the ability to engage, build rapport and collaborate with staff at all levels within the organization

Well-developed research and analytical skills including the ability to obtain, assess and evaluate data to problem solve and support decisions

Self-starter dedicated to continuous learning and development

Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing

Ability to think creatively and innovatively

Ability to prepare and deliver presentations

Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a team environment with multiple stakeholders

Ability to plan and manage multiple initiatives to completion at the same time including implementation of services delivery improvements

Ability to adapt to and lead in a changing environment

Ability to communicate proficiently in both official languages (English & French) is an asset

Additional Information:

One Term Position to December 31, 2018.

The Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.