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  • Conseiller ou Conseillère - Analyse actuarielle - Desjardins - Lévis, QC


    Conseiller ou Conseillère - Analyse actuarielle - Temporaire - 1704806

     

    Type d'emploi :  Poste temporaire - Temps plein
    Domaine d'emploi :  Actuariat
    Emplacement principal :  QC-Chaudière-Appalaches-Lévis
    Date de retrait :  10 mai 2017

     

    Le Mouvement Desjardins est le plus important groupe financier coopératif au Canada et l'un des principaux employeurs au pays. Il offre toute la gamme des produits et services financiers et regroupe les expertises en gestion de patrimoine, en assurance de personnes et de dommages, en service aux entreprises de toutes tailles, en valeurs mobilières, en gestion d'actifs, en capital de risque ainsi que des modes d'accès virtuels sécuritaires, à la fine pointe de la technologie.

     

    La personne titulaire réalise, de façon autonome, des mandats d'analyse actuarielle de complexité moyenne à élevée, propose des solutions et en supporte l'implantation.

     

    La Direction principale Actuariat corporatif, Assurance collective et Épargne est à la recherche d'un candidat pour combler un poste de Conseiller en actuariat. Dans ce rôle, la personne titulaire prend en charge des mandats relatifs à l'évaluation des réserves actuarielles et du capital réglementaire. Elle est également appelée à supporter les équipes de tarification pour le secteur de l'épargne collective.

     

    Responsabilités principales

     

    • Réaliser les calculs permettant d'établir le capital réglementaire de Desjardins Sécurité Financière selon les exigences des autorités.
    • Réaliser le calcul des provisions mathématiques des produits d'épargne collective et du capital réglementaire nécessaires à la préparation des états financiers.
    • S'assurer que les modèles de calcul des réserves et du capital réglementaire répondent aux exigences réglementaires et professionnelles.
    • Développer et entretenir différents modèles d'études, analyser les résultats et superviser la préparation des rapports requis par l'organisation ou l'industrie.
    • Supporter le secteur d'affaires d'épargne collective et remplir le rôle de 2e ligne de défense dans le suivi de la tarification.
    • Réaliser divers travaux ou calculs spécifiques ou périodiques requis par son unité.

     

    Profil recherché

     

    • Baccalauréat en actuariat
    • Trois à cinq années d'expérience pertinente
    • Avoir réussi 5 à 7 examens de la SOA et être en voie d'obtenir son Fellowship or FCIA-SICA
    • Connaissance de Visual basic et Excel
    • Connaissance du logiciel Axis (un atout)
    • Maîtriser l'anglais de niveau intermédiaire avancé
    • Être orienté vers le client
    • Prendre des décisions de qualité
    • Être doué pour la communication interpersonnelle
    • Savoir négocier
    • Être orienté vers les résultats
    • Faire preuve de rigueur professionnelle et de minutie

     

    Conditions particulières:

     

    Date de fin prévue : 31 août 2018.

     

    SVP Postulez en ligne au : https://rita.illicohodes.com/go/58ff9ea25eae86798872bc5d/551576a712497d1f544ccd44/fr

     

    Date affichée : 2017-04-28 Date d'expiration : 2017-05-10


  • Actuarial Associate - Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) - North York, ON


    The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) is looking for your expertise in providing actuarial services in order to support the regulatory oversight of Ontario pension plans industry.

     

    What can I expect to do in this role?

     

    In this role, you will:

     

    • review pension plan filings and applications to determine and assess compliance with pension legislation, policies, procedures and standards;
    • identify critical issues and areas of non-compliance and initiate follow-up action to resolve;
    • provide input into the development of actuarial policies, procedures, process and systems;
    • provide information and advice on actuarial and investment matters;
    • analyze, monitor and report on the financial health of the pension plans in Ontario;
    • lead and/or assist with research projects and reports.

     

    Location: North York

     

    How do I qualify?

     

    Pension Expertise:

     

    • Associate of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries or Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ACIA, ASA or equivalent)
    • you have expert knowledge of the Ontario Pension Benefits Act and related legislation/policies and principles/methodology related to financial reviews, pension fund investment management, pension plan design and funding principles, and actuarial mathematics;
    • you have expert knowledge of the fundamental actuarial principles and standards related to the valuation of pension plans.

     

    Communication, Persuasion & Negotiation Skills:

     

    • you can give professional advice and make recommendations to senior management on actuarial issues related to the monitoring of pension plan companies;
    • you can explain/discuss actuarial reviews/opinions where there are differences of opinion regarding underlying assumptions, including with pension plan administrators and actuarial professionals.

     

    Analyzing & Problem-Solving Skills:

     

    • you can conduct complex actuarial reviews/analysis involving data analysis, projections, assessment of actuarial assumptions, analysis of potential impact on the benefits of pension plan members, and assessment of non- compliance issues;
    • you exercise significant actuarial judgement to make projections;
    • you can conduct statistical/data analysis for reports regarding the pension industry.

     

    Computer Skills:

     

    • you are proficient in standard actuarial and other business and statistical software, including computer systems for specialized financial analysis.

     

    Salary Range: $69,496 - $102,408 per year

     

    Additional information:

     

    • 1 Permanent, 5160 Yonge St, North York, Toronto Region

     

    Please apply online, only, by Monday, May 15, 2017, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 105634 in the Job ID search field. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.
    If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

     

    www.ontario.ca/careers

     

    Date affichée : 2017-04-27 Date d'expiration : 2017-05-15


  • Actuary - Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) - North York, ON


    Actuary

     

    The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) requires you to provide actuarial expertise and leadership in the assessment and monitoring of the significant financial risk inherent in pension plans and devise solutions.

     

    What can I expect to do in this role?

     

    In this role, you will:

     

    • Undertake and oversee the development, implementation and update of criteria for assessing the risk level of pension plans registered in Ontario.
    • Lead the collection, collation, analysis, and dissemination of pension financial data to various sources and prepare the Annual Defined Benefit Funding Report to provide stakeholders with funding and investment information.
    • Provide technical leadership to unit's actuarial staff, including providing education, training, and instruction, monitoring work performance for accuracy.
    • Conduct, review and analyze large, complex and/or high profile pension plan submissions.
    • Identify and perform compliance review of 'high risk' plans by reviewing plan governance and funding to identify and evaluate the key risks to plan sustainability.
    • Review and evaluate pension fund investments for large-scale pension plans including investment policy, fund performance, risk management, fund governance as well as compliance with the federal regulations.
    • Provide actuarial analysis and advice to senior management on complex issues related to pension plan non-compliance.
    • Conduct consultation processes with counterparts in other government jurisdictions and with the pension industry in Ontario through various committees to develop partnerships and to identify key issues and trends in actuarial and investment practices, methods and standards, and government legislation, regulations and policies.
    • Develop project plans including identifying/recommending budget and staff resources, establishing critical paths, developing project methods, providing technical leadership and guidance to assigned staff, monitoring project progress, producing project reports, and resolving project issues.

     

    Location: North York

     

    How do I qualify?

     

    Mandatory

     

    • Must be a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (FCIA).

     

    Technical Expertise/Project Management Skills:

     

    • You have knowledge of pension plan governance, related legislation and legislative/regulatory compliance principles, objectives and processes, and knowledge of pension benefits acts and regulations of the federal and other provincial governments to provide leadership and actuarial expertise on pension plan compliance, support pension policy development, and risk assessment of all pension plans affecting Ontario members.
    • You have knowledge of actuarial theory, principles and practices, including professional standards, valuation methods and techniques related to pension plans in order to conduct actuarial reviews of large, complex and high-profile pension plans and to evaluate pension plan risk exposure.
    • You have knowledge of design and management of pension plans and investment of pension funds, as well as current pension plan issues and trends to advise senior management on pension regulatory matters.
    • You have technical knowledge, project management and leadership skills to lead the risk and compliance program and policy/program development projects.
    • You have technical knowledge, project management and leadership skills to lead the development and implementation of FSCO pension plan screening and risk assessment programs and related policies, procedures, systems and standards.

     

    Communication, Consultation Skills:

     

    • You have written and verbal communication skills to prepare project plans and actuarial and investment analytical and assessment reports, to resolve compliance issues with pension plan administrators, negotiate solutions with external stakeholders, and represent the Commission at legal hearings.
    • You have communication, persuasion, presentation, consultation and negotiation skills to provide expert technical advice and make recommendations to senior management.
    • You can provide technical expertise and advice to counterparts in other jurisdictions.
    • You have negotiation, persuasion and consensus-building skills to serve on committees for addressing complex actuarial pension issues where there are differences of opinion and to facilitate regulatory activity with diverse groups of pension stakeholders including pension plan administrators and actuarial professionals, to promote pension plan governance and risk mitigation.

     

    Analytical, Problem-Solving Skills:

     

    • You can lead or conduct actuarial projects/reviews to identify and assess current and potential risks to pension plan sustainability.
    • You can review, evaluate, and interpret large quantities of pension plan plans; assess the impact to members’ benefits; and to determine the sustainability and risk exposure of pension plans in Ontario.
    • You can recommend options to senior management for the management of pension plan risks to mitigate the potential for plan sponsor bankruptcy and/or further deterioration of the pension plan funded status.
    • You can interpret and advise on the application and development of new legislation, regulations and policies from an actuarial perspective to ensure the compatibility with existing programs, legislation/regulations, policies and guidelines.
    • You can conduct large-scale, complex and high-profile actuarial reviews involving data analysis, projections, assessment of actuarial assumptions and noncompliance issues.

     

    Computer Skills:

     

    • You are proficient in standard actuarial and other business and statistical software, including computer systems for specialized financial analysis.

     

    Salary Range: $74,802 - $112,403 per year

     

    Additional information:

     

    • 1 Permanent, 5160 Yonge St, North York, Toronto Region

     

    Please apply online, only, by Monday, May 15, 2017, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 105631 in the Job ID search field. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.
    If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

     

    www.ontario.ca/careers

     

    Date affichée : 2017-04-26 Date d'expiration : 2017-05-15


  • Bilingual National Representative in Pension and Benefits - Unifor - Toronto, ON


    Job Title: Bilingual National Representative in Pension and Benefits
    Location: National Office, Toronto, ON

     

    Position:

     

    Unifor is looking for a Bilingual National Representative in the Pension and Benefits Department at the National Office in Toronto, 205 Placer Court. The role includes bargaining responsibilities around pensions, benefits and compensation for our members for an assigned portfolio.

     

    The successful candidate will also be responsible for providing advice and recommendations to our members and the bargaining committee on all aspects of their pension programs, including funding and risk management strategies, governance and plan administration with respect to both defined benefit and defined contribution programs.

     

    Duties and responsibilities guidelines include but not limited to:

     

    • Assist National staff in bargaining pensions and benefits by:
      • Developing proposals;
      • Working on language (pensions, health, group insurance, and job security);
      • Reviewing actuarial valuations;
      • Making recommendations to the bargaining committee.
    • Regularly answer questions from staff, local union leadership and members, and retirees on various issues concerning pensions and benefits
    • Conduct information sessions for Unifor member education programs, staff training and local union leadership
    • Assist with bulletins and campaigns on political issues such as Medicare, public pensions, Employment Insurance
    • Promote policies and raise Unifor profile within the union, labour movement, employer, pension industry and government

     

    Position Requirements:

     

    • Undergraduate or graduate Degree in Economics, Industrial Relations, Law, Actuarial Sciences (FCIA or ACIA designations) or related field or accreditation in pension and benefits courses such as CEBS or equivalent experience
    • Minimum eight (8) years of relevant experience
    • Bilingual French / English
    • Recognize trends as well as recommend solutions and provide supporting data
    • Perform in depth data and document reviews within very short time line
    • Able to turn data into knowledge
    • Effective communication skills with individuals at all levels inside and outside of the organization
    • Must have good interpersonal skills and teamwork-oriented
    • Hands-on self-starter with the ability to handle multiple tasks and shifting priorities
    • Think logically, analytically and solve problems
    • Able to work weekends and travel on short notice.

     

    Interested applicants may apply in submitting a cover letter and resume by email to Marion Bonafos, Director of Personnel Development: marion.bonafos@unifor.org referencing the position title in the email subject line before 5:00 p.m. on Friday May 19, 2017.

     

    Date affichée : 2017-04-26 Date d'expiration : 2017-05-19


  • Senior Actuarial Analyst - Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) - Toronto, ON


    Your actuarial expertise is required by The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) to conduct actuarial reviews of reserve valuations and rate filings submitted by provincially incorporated property and casualty insurance companies in Ontario to ensure compliance with FSCO legislation and accepted actuarial practices, and to conduct special actuarial review projects.

     

    What can I expect to do in this role?

     

    As the Senior Actuarial Analyst, you will:

     

    • review pension plan filings and applications to determine and assess compliance with pension legislation, policies, procedures and standards;
    • conduct complex actuarial reviews/analyses involving data analysis, projections, scenario testing, and interpretation of results;
    • develop, maintain and document actuarial models to analyze trends in the monitoring of the pension industry;
    • prepare statistical/financial reports on key provincial pension statistics.

     

    Location: North York

     

    How do I qualify?

     

    Professional actuarial qualification and technical knowledge and expertise:

     

    • you have a university degree in actuarial science or completion of a minimum of three exams of the Society of Actuaries or equivalent;
    • you have proven sound knowledge of actuarial principles/practices in pension-related calculations;
    • you have experience with standard actuarial and other business and statistical software, including actuarial applications for specialized financial analysis;
    • you have proven ability to interpret and apply the provisions of provincial pension legislation, regulations and policies.

     

    Research and analytical skills:

     

    • you have demonstrated excellent research and analytical skills to conduct actuarial analysis relating to pension-related matters;
    • you have demonstrated analytical skills to determine the appropriateness and reasonableness of submitted actuarial information and provide recommendations for management;
    • you have demonstrated analytical skills to conduct assigned special detailed complex actuarial reviews.

     

    Consultation and communication skills:

     

    • you have proven relationship management and consultation skills to discuss issues regarding actuarial reviews, statistical reporting and related issues with FSCO management/staff;
    • you have proven verbal communication skills to discuss/resolve actuarial issues with pension actuaries and staff;
    • you have proven advisory and presentation skills to give professional advice and make recommendations to senior management on actuarial issues;
    • you have demonstrated excellent written communication skills to prepare actuarial analytical reports.

     

    Computer skills:

     

    • you have knowledge of computer operation and standard desktop software applications (e.g. word processing, database, data analysis) and specialized actuarial software applications to produce own work.

     

    Salary Range: $64,434 - $95,150 per year

     

    Additional information:

     

    • 1 Permanent, 5160 Yonge St, North York, Toronto Region
    • 1 Temporary, duration up to 12 months, 5160 Yonge St, North York, Toronto Region

     

    Please apply online, only, by Thursday, May 11, 2017, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 105635 in the Job ID search field. Please follow the instructions to submit your application. Faxes are not being accepted at this time.

     

    If you require accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us at www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/ContactUs.aspx to provide your contact information. Recruitment Services staff will contact you within 48 hours. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

     

    The Ontario Public Service is an inclusive employer. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

     

    www.ontario.ca/careers

     

    Date affichée : 2017-04-20 Date d'expiration : 2017-05-11


  • Sr. Financial Analyst (Actuarial-Pension & Accounting) - TELUS - Vancouver, BC


    Deadline for applications: 30 days (initial shortlisting takes place 1-2 weeks in)

     

    Location: Vancouver, Canada

     

    Duration: Permanent, Fulltime

     

    Instructions for Candidates: Please apply via the CIA job board AND online at TELUS’ Career Website. Please include your resume.

     

    Apply here: https://telus.taleo.net/careersection/10000/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=FIN01561-17

     

    Position Overview:

     

    Ready to take your financial expertise to the next level?

     

    As a Senior Financial Analyst, you will be an integral part of the Pension and Investments team. You will focus your efforts on providing top-notch support regarding internal control monitoring, financial reporting and investment planning for the TELUS Pension Plans.

     

    We’re looking for YOU - someone passionate about making a meaningful impact by leveraging their actuarial, accounting, and/or pension experiences!

     

    At the core of your talents is your innate ability to communicate; you transform your in-depth financial analysis into a clear format that stakeholders understand! If you’re ready to be part of providing value-added financial reporting, forecasting & analysis services to a dynamic business unit read on…

     

    Responsibilities:

     

    Each day, you will take on many exciting roles:

     

    • Subject Matter Expert:
      • Support month-end requirements for Pensions; variance analysis, and compiling pension expense
      • Prepare, review and file annual regulatory filings with OSFI and provincial regulators
      • Prepare data for the Corporate Financials and SOX reporting
      • Co-ordinate and assist with the actuarial valuations, including letters of credit and special payments
      • Provide Corporate Accounting support with pension asset calculation (quarterly), discount rate calculation, pension expense forecasting, pension contribution forecasting, and assumption setting
      • Provide external audit support by coordinating and compiling the annual audit of the Pension Plans
      • Calculate and determine annual pension contributions and compile with regulatory requirements; prepare SAP budgets, accruals and complex entries
      • Prepare quarterly pension recoveries for Investments, Administration and Legal
      • Provide secondary signing authority for various transactions for the pension plans
      • Complete ad-hoc requests by conducting research, analyzing data, scenario analysis, and/or preparing presentations
    • Organized Team-Player:
      • Liaise with external actuaries and internal (corporate accounting, strategic financial analysis) groups
      • Liaise with auditors to produce annual financial statements for the Pension Plans
      • Negotiate and maintain contracts for external investment service providers
    • Collaborative Communicator:
      • Prepare and communicate quarterly and annual Pension Plan financial statements to management and trustees
      • Establish and communicate quarterly variance analysis of budgets and re-forecasts (SAP and Pension Plans)
      • Communicate to management, quarterly estimates on impacts to pension plan assumptions given changes to economic, market, and regulatory conditions

     

    Qualifications

     

    Required Knowledge:

     

    • Pension experience is an asset (pension accounting, pension regulation, actuarial concepts, and pension governance)
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, with in-depth knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint
    • Strong knowledge of SAP

     

    Required Skills & Abilities:

     

    • Big Thinker:
      • Strong analytical, financial modeling and innovative thinking skills with strong sense of ownership and ability to make effective decisions and deal with complex issues
    • Collaborative Team Player:
      • Able to work well in a cross-functional team environment maintaining inter-departmental respect, sensitivity to all perspectives and information
    • Expert Communicator:
      • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build good working relationships and influence others at all levels in the organization
      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Proactive Planner:
      • Strong organizational skills with the ability to scope out difficult tasks & projects, set objectives and goals, develop schedules, prioritize multiple activities, and anticipate roadblocks
      • Able to manage multiple projects to meet deadlines and goals in fast-paced, ever-changing, and sometimes ambiguous environment
    • Self-Starter:
      • High standards of performance and a strong desire to learn

     

    Required Professional Designation/Certification:

     

    • FCA, FCIA or CPA
    • University degree in finance, accounting, or math

     

    Required Experience:

     

    • Experience in reviewing management financial statements and providing analysis on variances to management
    • Experience producing and supporting a detailed budget and forecasting process from start to finish
    • Actuarial, accounting, and pension experience a definite asset

     

    Who is TELUS?

     

    We're a high-performing team of individuals who collectively make TELUS one of the leading telecommunications companies in Canada. Our competitive consumer offerings include wireline, wireless, internet and Optik TV™. We also deliver a compelling range of products and services for small, medium and large businesses; and have carved out a leadership position in the health, energy, finance and public sector markets with innovative industry specific solutions.

     

    Everyone belongs at TELUS. It doesn’t matter who you are, what you do or how you do it, at TELUS, your unique contribution and talents will be valued and respected. Because the more diverse perspectives we have the more likely we are to crack the code on what our customers want and our communities need.

     

    Do you share our passion?

     

    At TELUS, you create future friendly® possibilities.

     

    At TELUS, we are committed to diversity and equitable access to employment opportunities based on ability.

    Primary Location: CA-BC-Vancouver
    Schedule: Full-time

     

    Date Posted: 2017-04-10 Expires: 2017-05-10

     

    Date affichée : 2017-04-10 Date d'expiration : 2017-05-10