Premium Auditor
The Workers' Compensation Board
Calgary, AB
Audit & Underwriting Department
Edmonton or Calgary
Temporary Full-Time Position (1 yr term)

At WCB-Alberta, we make a meaningful impact in the lives of working Albertans. We are a not-for-profit organization legislated to administer the workers' compensation system for the province. When any Alberta worker is hurt on the job, we are here to help. We provide compensation and benefits for workplace injuries and occupational diseases to over 1.7 million workers.

Every day, we work hard to make a positive difference in the lives of our customers. At WCB-Alberta, you too can make a difference. You will join a team of professionals that are responsible for utilizing an educational approach to assist Employers in Alberta in complying with WCB policy, legislation and in becoming familiar with available on-line services. This involves conducting detailed audits of employer business records, interviews and investigations.

  • Develop strategies for overall audit plan which includes identifying key contacts and appropriate financial data to be reviewed.
  • Ensure employers are properly classified in their industry(s) according to their operations for rate-setting purposes.
  • Confirm ownership, corporate structure and other business relationships to ensure appropriate experience is used to set the employer premium rate.
  • Determine worker status, premium assessments and proper worker claims charging by applying relevant policy and legislation.
  • Educate employers and identify issues that may result in inaccurate employer reporting of assessable earnings.
  • Educate and help employers improve their disability management programs at a high level through Account Planning Consultations.
  • Prepare audit reports for our customers outlining issues and possible solutions.
  • Provide customer service and education to employers and other stakeholders by promoting awareness and understanding of the WC Act, policies, procedures and pricing programs.
  • An undergraduate or graduate degree with courses in business administration, finance or accounting with several years of directly related auditing experience. Equivalencies will be considered.
  • An in depth knowledge of Workers’ Compensation legislation and WCB policy and procedures.
  • Excellent computer skills with experience using Microsoft Word, Excel and Lotus Notes.
  • Strong analytical and decision making skills with the ability to work independently.
  • Demonstrated research and problem solving ability with well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and collaboration skills with a commitment to providing quality customer service within a team environment.
  • Overnight travel within the province and a roadworthy vehicle is required. Some out of province travel may be required.
As a term and condition of employment, an incumbent in this job will be required to drive their own vehicle for business purposes. Incumbents must possess a valid operator's license, ensure the vehicle is maintained in sound mechanical condition, attend mandatory defensive driving training, observe all traffic regulations and follow all safe work procedures.

Salary Range 11

Start Rate: $73,500 to Job Rate: $86,436 per annum

Please submit resumes quoting tracking #J1019-0493.

External candidates will also be considered.