Job Requisition Id: 133912
Business Function: Human Resources
Primary City: Mississauga
Province: Ont. - GTA
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Status: Permanent
Language Requirement: English Essential
Employee Class and Level: CPMGA01
Number of Vacancies 1
Job Closing Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 01/31/2022
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The Officer provides expert guidance on all disability programs related to absences from work, and accommodation of employees’ limitations at work. Programs include Absence Management due to disability, Disability Management (DM), Short-term Disability (STD), Workers’ Compensation (WCB) and Disability Insurance/Long-Term Disability (DI/LTD) programs; the Return-to-Work (RTW) and accommodation processes for employees with an occupational or non-occupational illness and/or injury; and the management of workers’ compensation claims, challenges, and internal appeals. Acts as the employer representative and liaises with various government agencies and officials in the management of complex or escalated claims; coordinates among all stakeholders.
Below are the main job requirements and responsibilities for the Officer, Regional Disability Management.
Monitors program activity and results, issues and potential barriers. Assists Business Partners in identifying opportunities for improvement.
Maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of all related policies, procedures, standards and guidelines as well as relevant collective agreements and industry disability management best-practices. Remains current with changes in legislation that affect disability management and impact the corporation.
Monitors complex employee absences (STD and LTD/DI) and complex accommodation cases working with the Team Leader, employee, union representative, and Disability Management provider(s) to coordinate a successful resolution.
Participates in return to work planning for complex cases and monitors performance on compliance to accommodation policy and procedures.
Coordinates the Job Search process and subsequent placement of employees with complex accommodations and/or Permanent Partial Disabilities (PPD). Supports managers and team leaders with identifying accommodation opportunities and ensuring involvement of all stakeholders. Responsible for the completion of the Accommodation Search Form and related processes.
Coordinates periodic reviews of employees with Permanent Partial Disabilities to ensure fitness for work status is current and that the accommodation remains appropriate for the employee’s abilities.
Monitors, assesses and reviews WCB claims within the region for compliance to WCB and DM procedures and WCB legislative and corresponding practices, potential challenges, trends analysis and cost efficiency.
Job Responsibilities (continued)
Reviews and analyzes WCB claims documents for their merit and decides whether to appeal or challenge individual cases; prepares written and oral submissions, including challenges at each level of the appeals process, with the exception of the Tribunal level appeals.
Directly manages all WCB cases involving employee injuries with the objective of addressing or aiding in resolution including return to work and cost containment.
Reviews WCB claim payments to ensure accuracy of WCB costs, to prevent overpayment including review of time and leave entries of IOD leave codes.
Liaises with provincial WCB, ESDC, team leaders, and other stakeholders to ensure effective and timely decision making in order to prevent future claims and maximize cost efficiency of the reportable WCB claims.
Facilitates a smooth return to work for employees returning from DI/LTD, injury on duty or complex non-occupational claims; coordinates involvement of all stakeholders. Participates in return to work meetings in complex cases and monitors performance on accommodation durations.
Is a member and participates in the local joint union/management accommodation committees mandated to review and resolve all RTW/accommodation cases. Promotes collaboration, seeking to break down obstacles and ensuring placements that leverage employees’ abilities and reintegrates them with the business.
Maintains a thorough knowledge and understanding of all related policies, procedures, standards and guidelines as well as relevant collective agreements and industry disability management practices. Remains current with changes in legislation and law that affect disability management and impact the corporation.
Completed post-secondary, preferably in a related field OR a combination of equivalent professional experience and training
The successful candidate will have or be willing to obtain certification in on of the following designations: NIDMAR, CDMP, CRTWC, CVRP, or RRP
minimum 1 year of relevant functional experience
One or more years of experience in a unionized environment an asset
Other Candidate Requirements
Proficient computer skills and competent with Microsoft Office programs
Strong communication, analytical, and customer service skills
Some local travel may be required
Please note that resumes will be considered as received
A 12 month eligibility list will be created
Safety Sensitive Positions
This position may be considered a Safety Sensitive position.
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We are committed to employment equity and encourage applications from women, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.
Conflict of Interest
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