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In order to meet the growing needs of our customers, we are constantly searching for dynamic, qualified individuals to join the CTC resource team. Currently, there are several career opportunities available at CTC. If you feel you satisfy the qualifications for one of the positions listed on this page, please send your CV to resources@ctcinc.ca identifying the position(s) you are interested in. Qualified individuals will be contacted by our human resources department.
CTC005686 : HR - Case Manager, Work Injury Management
Location : Montreal, Quebec
Field : Human Resources
Position Type : Contract
Starting : January 25, 2021
Ending : January 24, 2022
Resources Required : 1
Position Description

IMPORTANT

  • Bilingualism is required (English and French); adequate knowledge of French is required for positions in Quebec.
  • A college diploma or bachelor’s degree in the health field, industrial relations, human resources, or relevant discipline ;
  • Three to five years experience as a workplace injuries consultant.
  • Excellent communications skills (verbal and written);
  • Team-oriented;
  • Knowledge of the laws and regulations in force in these provinces (an asset);
  • Knowledge of Employer D (an asset);
  • Knowledge of SAP (an asset).

  • Ensure the administrative and medical management of claims files mainly for Quebec (CSST) and Ontario (WSIB);
  • Promote the safe return to work of injured employees and initiate the accommodation process;
  • Support and supervise the work of the assistants - disability analysis;
  • Represent the employer in first level appeal challenges;
  • Assist in the preparation of 2nd level appeal hearings;
  • Interact with the various external stakeholders involved i.e. treating physicians, medical experts, therapists, reviewers, rehabilitation counsellors and others;
  • Determine the need for medical evaluations or any other type of evaluation relevant to the management of the file;
  • Write requests for sharing and transfer of charges;
  • Represent the Occupational Injury Management Group in communications with business unit managers, the Labour Relations Department and the Health and Safety Department when required;
  • Develop and disseminate training programs for business units;
  • Ensure quality control of statistical data;
  • Participate in the development and implementation of processes;