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L’Institut se voue à aider ses membres à progresser dans leur carrière et à établir un contact entre les employeurs et les candidats à l’emploi de premier ordre. Cherchez-vous à faire progresser votre carrière? La banque d’emplois actuariels en ligne de l’ICA réunit les employeurs de premier rang et les cabinets de recherche qui reconnaissent la valeur et la réflexion stratégique qu’apportent les professionnels actuariels auprès de leur équipe de direction. Cherchez ici votre prochain rôle au sein des entreprises et des cabinets de recherche de premier rang.

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  • Associate Director, Annuity Products, Group Risk Management – RBC Insurance – Mississauga, ON


    What is the opportunity?

     

    This is an actuarial position to support portfolio valuation and analysis of RBC Insurance’s annuity products.  This is a highly impactful role to move the company towards profitable growth, optimal capital management and continued liability adequacy.

     

    What will you do?

     

    • Manage the annuity portfolio from a risk management and liability adequacy perspective
    • Provide analysis, make inferences and disseminate to stakeholders the business implications of emerging financial results and related metrics, particularly source of earnings, mortality, capital impact etc
    • Provide actuarial expertise and review to other internal stakeholders, such as Business, Pricing, Operations
    • Manage and review the development of experience studies, reporting/monitoring/analysis for annuities and ensure processes and analysis capabilities are maintained and enhanced
    • Collaborate with internal partners, including Pricing, Business, Finance, Investments, Operations, and other Group Risk Management – Insurance (GRMI) teams to ensure effective completion of all annual, quarterly and monthly actuarial processes
    • Support for key initiatives, including the new LICAT regime, IFRS 17 and other transformation projects

     

    What will you need to succeed?

     

    Must have

     

    • Fellow of the CIA or SOA
    • Knowledge of a broad area of expertise, in particular annuity products, gained through 5+ years of direct or indirect related work experience and training
    • Strong leadership skills to engage team and communication skills to drive action
    • Strong communication (both written and oral), technical and analytical skills with an attention to detail; strong team player
    • Ability to juggle multiple priorities, deal with ambiguity and work in a deadline oriented environment
    • Knowledge of life insurance standards of practice, reserving principles, insurance accounting, product design and administration, pricing framework, capital regime, and regulatory compliance guidelines

     

    Nice to have

     

    • Sound knowledge of AXIS software
    • Experience with R, SAS or other programming languages

     

    What's in it for you?

     

    • A Total Rewards program that includes flexible benefits, work/life balance and career development programs and investment and retirement savings plans
    • Competitive pay and high-earning potential
    • All the tools, training, and team support you need to grow your career
    • Flexible work/life balance options
    • Sophisticated RBCI software tools to boost your productivity

     

    Please apply online at https://jobs.rbc.com/ca/en/job/RBCAA008826529/Associate-Director-Annuity-Products-GRM-I or contact Campbell MacLean, Senior Recruiter at campbell.maclean@rbc.com for further information.

     

    Date affichée : 2017-12-08 Date d'expiration : 2018-01-07


  • Life Actuarial Senior Associate – PWC – Toronto, ON


    Achieve your full potential in an environment where there’s flexibility to cultivate your personal brand and knowledge base.

     

    Our PwC Actuarial Services

     

    Our Actuarial Services practice offers Life & Health insurance, Property & Casualty insurance, Pension and employee benefits, and banking consulting services. Our clients include insurance companies, reinsurance companies, government agencies, companies offering loyalty programs, pension plans and deposit taking institutions.  Consulting projects include Appointed Actuary support work, actuarial liability valuation, DCAT, valuation systems conversion, due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, product development, loyalty program designs and liability measurement, business/financial analysis work, ORSA review and implementation, data analytics, predictive modelling and audit support.  We work on a variety of cross-functional projects with other services within PwC including Advisory, Deals, Assurance, and Tax.

     

    We are seeking an actuarial student with 3-5 years of various life insurance experience to join PwC’s Actuarial Services in downtown Toronto as a Senior Associate.

     

    The Opportunity: Life Actuarial Senior Associate, Toronto

     

    Your responsibilities:

     

    The successful candidate will be supporting actuarial project teams in a broad range of consulting services and audit support assignments. Consulting services involve working closely with actuarial team members and senior actuaries on Appointed Actuary and actuarial liability valuation work, capital review and analysis, M&A related consulting, product development, advisory services on new IFRS and a variety of other consulting work. For audit reviews, the candidate will support the actuarial team in external audit of various Life insurance clients including analysis and review of valuation methodologies and assumptions, valuation processes and data, experience studies and DCAT reports.

     

    Who we are looking for:

     

    • Actively pursuing the Canadian Institute of Actuaries qualification of FCIA, or recent FCIA;
    • 3 - 5 years of experience in the life insurance industry, in the areas of IFRS valuation, segregated funds, participating products or product development;
    • Good working knowledge of GGY's AXIS;
    • Strong work and business ethics, committed to client service and quality;
    • Self-motivated and able to work as part of a team;
    • Proven ability to manage multiple, concurrent priorities;
    • Have strong written and verbal communication skills;
    • Detail oriented and strong analytical and problem-solving skills;

     

    The following experience, expertise and skills are an asset:

     

    • Knowledge of stochastic modeling for insurance or annuity products
    • Knowledge of SAS, R, SQL
    • Experience in managing staff
    • PowerPoint and presentation skills
    • Working knowledge of French
    • Graduate or higher education in statistics, mathematics or computer science

     

    Why Work for PwC

     

    At PwC Canada, you will be part of a learning culture, where teamwork and collaboration are encouraged, excellence is rewarded, and diversity is respected and valued. We offer a flexible career progression model that allows for a variety of challenging opportunities throughout your career. We provide unparalleled coaching, mentoring, and career development programs; global opportunities; and state of the art technology-driven methodologies to help you provide quality service to our clients. With an extensive list of clients, a variety of projects, offices around the world and a leading edge position in the market (PwC was named the world's 4th most powerful brand according to Brand Finance's 2016 Global 500), PwC’s Actuarial Services offers its professional employees an exceptional career experience as well as many opportunities, including:

     

    • Committed and innovative professional development program;
    • International assignments;
    • Unique work experiences from engagements with other lines of services within PwC (Deals, Consulting, Analytics, Tax);

     

    PwC offers a competitive salary and professional development structure. We are committed to building a diverse workforce representative of the communities we serve.

     

    With offices in 157 countries and more than 208,000 people, we are among the leading professional services networks in the world. We help organizations and individuals create the value they’re looking for, by delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services (pwc.com). In Canada, PwC (pwc.com/ca) has more than 6,500 partners and staff, and offices in 27 locations from St. John's, Newfoundland to Victoria, British Columbia. With more than 100 years of excellence in Canada, we provide industry focused assurance, advisory and tax services for public, private and government clients.

     

    PwC is committed to building a diverse workforce representative of the communities we serve. We encourage and are pleased to consider all qualified candidates, without regard to ethnicity, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, aboriginal status, age, disability or persons who may require an accommodation, to apply.

     

    Apply here: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25412&siteid=5545&AReq=12049BR&Codes=Email

     

    We thank you for your interest; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted for follow-up.

     

    PwC: the Opportunity of a Lifetime

     

    Date affichée : 2017-12-07 Date d'expiration : 2018-01-06


  • Conseiller principal – tarification actuarielle collective – Optimum Réassurance Inc. – Montréal, QC


    Une carrière chez Optimum Réassurance, c’est joindre les rangs d’une équipe d’experts et avoir un impact réel sur les succès de l’entreprise et avoir la possibilité d’élargir son champ de compétence.

     

    Nos employés donnent à Optimum son caractère distinct, par la valeur de leur contribution et la qualité des relations qu'ils développent et construisent avec les clients. Depuis 1973, leur compétence, leur vision et leur loyauté ont aidé notre société à s'accomplir dans la performance et la stabilité. Nous offrons des emplois stimulants et enrichissants où les occasions d’élargir ses compétences et ses horizons sont multiples.

     

    Conseiller principal – tarification actuarielle collective

     

    Reportant au vice-président adjoint, le conseiller principal aura les responsabilités suivantes :

     

    Effectuer la tarification des produits collectifs de réassurance avec le support des analystes et conseillers de l’équipe de tarification

     

    • Planifier les activités de renouvellements et de soumissions collectives
    • Analyser les demandes de réassurance et de renouvellement
    • Établir les conditions et préparer les propositions de réassurance conformément aux normes et politiques de souscription, de gestion des risques et aux objectifs de rentabilité fixés par la compagnie
    • Préparer et distribuer les résumés d’entente des affaires nouvellement placées
    • Valider et faire le suivi des nouveaux traités
    • Maintenir, adapter et développer, au besoin, des outils informatiques d’analyse et de tarification.

     

    Suivre la santé financière des ententes de réassurance collectives

     

    • Effectuer les suivis d’expérience, analyser la profitabilité des affaires placées et recommander les actions à prendre
    • Mettre à jour et proposer des changements aux hypothèses de tarification
    • Vérifier le calcul des ristournes.

     

    Offrir un support au développement / service à la clientèle interne

     

    • Répondre aux diverses demandes des clients
    • Être l’expert en collectif pour les demandes des services de développement des affaires, de l’administration, la gestion des risques et l’actuariat corporatif
    • Rencontrer les clients et participer aux activités de développement
    • Recommander les actions à prendre pour améliorer la satisfaction des clients au niveau désiré
    • Supporter les demandes des clients pour la sélection/souscription en assurance collective.
    • Être responsable du comité opérationnel collectif d’Optimum Réassurance et présider les rencontres mensuelles avec les directeurs des autres services

     

    Analyse de marchés, de produits et d’expérience

     

    • Participer au développement de nouveaux produits et au développement des modèles de tarification.
    • Représenter Optimum au sein de comités de l’ICA entre autres afin de suivre les tendances de l’industrie.
    • Participer à des activités ciblées de l’industrie.

     

    Supporter l’équipe de tarification individuelle

     

    • Participer occasionnellement à la tarification des soumissions de réassurance individuelle
    • Collaborer avec les autres membres de l’équipe pour préparer les suivis d’expérience des affaires individuelles
    • Participer aux diverses études et réviser les hypothèses

     

    Les exigences et compétences requises sont :

     

    Expérience / Formation

     

    • Diplôme universitaire en actuariat ou en mathématiques
    • Titre FSA & FICA /ASA & AICA et un minimum de 5 à 10 années d’expérience en assurance collective ou réassurance
    • Expérience en assurance/réassurance collective

     

    Qualités / Aptitudes

     

    • Attitude proactive et de prise en charge
    • Souci du détail
    • Excellentes aptitudes à la communication (bilinguisme, français et anglais)
    • Sens de l’organisation et des priorités
    • Sens des affaires
    • Capacité de travailler efficacement de façon autonome ou en équipe
    • Excellentes connaissances de la suite MS Office.  Connaissances d’AXIS un atout
    • Esprit d’équipe

     

    Date affichée : 2017-12-04 Date d'expiration : 2018-01-03


  • Chief Actuary, Pensions – FSCO – North York, ON


    Bring your pension expertise to the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), Pension Actuarial Unit, where you will play a key role in providing for effective supervision and regulation of pension plans throughout the Province.

     

    What can I expect to do in this role?

     

    In this role, you will:

     

    • lead/oversee/manage the Actuarial Consulting Unit in the delivery of professional services to support the regulation of pension plans in Ontario;
    • review and monitor the funding of pension plans;
    • establish and regularly review the risk selection criteria to be applied within an automated system to identify those pension plans that appear to be of high risk;
    • supervise and/or perform in-depth actuarial and regulatory reviews of plans in higher risk category to identify any breaches of funding requirements and/or actuarial standards;
    • communicate issues and negotiate solutions with the plan administrator or actuary to remedy any non-compliance situation; in particular;
    • perform calculations of pension benefits and commuted values for selected members to ensure members receive the pension benefits to which they are entitled in the event of plan terminations or conversions;
    • communicate issues and negotiate solutions either directly or through operational staff with the plan administrator or actuary to remedy any potential non-compliance situation;
    • provide expert advice to the Deputy Superintendent and Superintendent in respect of specific issues and on the development of regulatory policies;
    • play a key role representing FSCO's position in discussions with the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and the FSCO Actuarial Advisory Committee on actuarial matters;
    • provide expert professional advice to the Ministry of Finance on any of their initiatives on regulatory and legislative changes, particularly in respect of actuarial and funding matters and impact analysis;
    • within the Canadian Association of Pension Supervisory Authorities (CAPSA) framework, provide expert actuarial advice on issues of national importance;
    • provide technical expertise in identifying major deficiencies in legislation and regulations;
    • provide advice to professional actuaries and pension practitioners on issues related to the pension legislation and actuarial practice;
    • speak on topics of interest to pension professionals through occasional speaking engagements;
    • interact with lawyers and actuaries in the pension industry who will seek out the Chief Actuary's expertise;
    • lead or participate in projects.

     

    Location: North York

     

    How do I qualify?

     

    Mandatory:

     

    • Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries
    • Fellow of the Society of Actuaries or equivalent

     

    Pension Knowledge and Expertise:

     

    • Demonstrated extensive knowledge and expertise in the operations, developments, trends and issues related to the pension sector in Canada and in Ontario
    • Expert regulatory knowledge and experience as a pension practitioner, as well as a sound understanding of pension, economic and actuarial and investment matters
    • Expert knowledge in design and administration of pension plans; pension plan and fund governance; actuarial principles, professional standards, and valuation techniques as related to pension plans; the Pension Benefits Act and Regulations of Ontario and the pension benefits legislation of the other provincial authorities and the federal government
    • Able to effectively participate in policy development and to provide sound policy advice to senior management

     

    Analytical and Examination Skills:

     

    • Excellent analytical, examination and decision making skills to effectively lead/oversee complex actuarial, investment and compliance reviews
    • Ability to review pension plan and other relevant documents to identify potential risks, including interactions with other financial and non-financial aspects of pension plan operations
    • Conduct and oversee research, ensure the identification and resolution of critical factors, interpret findings, analyse implications and identify alternatives
    • Identify strategic opportunities, effectively assess options and alternatives in achieving desired outcomes, and select most likely actions to capitalize on them
    • Identify needs and conceptualize issues in diverse, dynamic, and complex situations giving consideration to client, organization and management interests
    • Active and significant role in policy development relating to areas affecting security of pension benefits
    • Review and present policy and compliance recommendations to the Deputy Superintendent and/or the Superintendent

     

    Communication, Negotiation and Relationship Management Skills:

     

    • Excellent communication skills to provide clear, factual information on complex pension issues
    • Develops and ensures that communication strategy is implemented to achieve critical outcomes and support FSCO's strategic objectives
    • To resolve technical issues and problems related to actuarial filings
    • Provide policy advice and negotiate solutions or alternatives
    • Meet frequently with staff, senior management, and external parties to exchange information and to build networks with appropriate stakeholders
    • Demonstrated superior relationship management and consultation skills to establish and manage relationships on behalf of FSCO with actuaries and senior level stakeholders of the pension industry in Ontario

     

    Senior Management, Leadership, and Program Management Skills:

     

    • Proven superior leadership and program management skills
    • Demonstrated excellence in planning, leading and managing a professional actuarial program/service operation
    • Demonstrated excellent human resources management skills to lead/manage a staff team, plan unit services, guide and mentor staff
    • Excellent interpersonal skills to contribute as an effective management team member

     

    Salary Range: $168,603 - $187,336 per year

     

    Additional information:

     

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

     

    Please apply online, only, by Monday, December 18, 2017, by visiting www.ontario.ca/careers and entering Job ID 113502 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 : 2017-11-21 Date d'expiration : 2017-12-18


  • Manager, Actuarial (Pension) – KPMG – Toronto, ON


    KPMG Professionals Are...

     

    Individuals who take deep personal accountability for their work, have a passion for excellence, are driven to achieve their full potential and understand the value of building relationships with clients, future clients, their communities and each other. A KPMG professional should have all the following characteristics:

     

    • Strong work ethic
    • Thrive on challenges
    • Dedicated to providing outstanding client service.

     

    Position Summary

     

    The Manager (Consulting Actuary) will lead and provide support on a variety of engagements and help drive the growth of the Pension team. This role will involve participation on engagement teams providing pension and other HR advice to a range of clients, related to:

     

    • Acquisitions and divestitures
    • Financial statement audits
    • Accounting standards
    • Actuarial valuations
    • Risk management

     

    Role and Responsibilities:

     

    • Lead audits of financial statement pension disclosures
    • Manage pension consulting projects, including valuations and pension administration 
    • Provide support on complex pension transactions in demanding situations
    • Assist Senior Managers in developing market offerings
    • Mentor and supervise junior team members

     

    At times, business needs arise and employees are required and agree to work beyond their normal work day or work week to fulfill the accountabilities required for their job. Likewise, people need time to devote to personal matters, and our approach to flexibility provides for this.

     

    Skills and Qualifications:

     

    • Fellow, Society of Actuaries and Fellow, Canadian Institute of Actuaries
    • 5+ years’ experience in a pension actuarial role
    • Knowledge of Canadian pension regulations across different jurisdictions
    • Knowledge of IFRS, Canadian and US accounting standards
    • Strong technical skills in Excel and pension valuation systems
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
    • Detail-oriented with exceptional organizational and time management skills
    • Highly motivated team player, entrepreneurial, with a positive attitude

     

    Assets:

     

    • Knowledge of ProVal
    • Ability to work in French
    • Experience with other post-employment benefits

     

    If you are looking for a challenging position in an exciting and dynamic environment, we offer you a unique team within KPMG, a highly engaging culture and a growing team of exceptional professionals.

     

    Apply Here

     

    Date affichée : 2017-11-17 Date d'expiration : 2017-12-17


  • Senior Consultant Actuarial (Pension) – KPMG – Toronto, ON


    KPMG Professionals Are...

     

    Individuals who take deep personal accountability for their work, have a passion for excellence, are driven to achieve their full potential and understand the value of building relationships with clients, future clients, their communities and each other. A KPMG professional should have all the following characteristics:

     

    • Strong work ethic
    • Thrive on challenges
    • Dedicated to providing outstanding client service

     

    Position Summary

     

    The Senior Actuarial Analyst will provide support on a variety of engagements and help drive the growth of the Pension team. This role will involve participation on engagement teams providing pension and other HR advice to a range of clients, related to:

     

    • Acquisitions and divestitures
    • Financial statement audits
    • Accounting standards
    • Actuarial valuations
    • Risk management

     

    Role and Responsibilities:

     

    • Support audits of financial statement pension disclosures
    • Help manage pension consulting projects, including valuations and pension administration  
    • Provide support on complex pension transactions in demanding situations
    • Assist Senior Managers in developing market offerings

     

    At times, business needs arise and employees are required and agree to work beyond their normal work day or work week to fulfill the accountabilities required for their job. Likewise, people need time to devote to personal matters, and our approach to flexibility provides for this.

     

    Skills and Qualifications:

     

    • University degree with a major in mathematics, finance, actuarial science or a related field, with completion of at least preliminary Society of Actuaries exams (P, FM, MFE, MLC, C & VEE credits)
    • 3+ years’ experience in a pension actuarial role
    • Knowledge of Canadian pension regulations across different jurisdictions
    • Knowledge of IFRS, Canadian and US accounting standards
    • Strong technical skills in Excel and pension valuation systems
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
    • Detail-oriented with exceptional organizational and time management skills
    • Highly motivated team player, entrepreneurial, with a positive attitude

     

     Assets:

     

    • Knowledge of ProVal
    • Ability to work in French
    • Experience with other post-employment benefits

     

    If you are looking for a challenging position in an exciting and dynamic environment, we offer you a unique team within KPMG, a highly engaging culture and a growing team of exceptional professionals.

     

    Our competitive actuarial student program will assist you in progressing through your actuarial exams, and enable you to apply the knowledge you gain from your studies to current actuarial issues.

     

    Apply here

     

    Date affichée : 2017-11-17 Date d'expiration : 2017-12-17


  • Actuary, Asset Liability Management – The Co-operators – Regina, SK, Guelph, ON


    The Opportunity:

     

    The Co-operators is looking for an Actuary, Asset Liability Management in the Enterprise Risk Management department. The work location is flexible to Regina, SK or Guelph, ON.

     

    The Actuary, Asset Liability Management is responsible for the asset liability management (ALM) function at CLIC. This role is the go-to resource for ALM within the life company, responsible for production of quarterly reporting and continuous improvement of risk reporting processes. This role is responsible for the ALM decision support functions and maintenance of the supporting models and processes. The role supports effective risk governance through maintenance of relevant policies and developing and recommending appropriate risk limits.

     

    Your Qualifications:

     

    • Completion of University Degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Finance)
    • Fellow, Canadian Institute of Actuaries
    • Minimum five years’ experience
    • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Solid understanding of accounting and finance
    • Investment and insurance product knowledge

     

    The Reward:

     

    • A full time position with one of the Best Employers In Canada
    • Opportunity for career development including education opportunities, continuous training and career planning
    • Flexible schedules to manage work/life commitments including personal days off
    • Commitment to staff wellness including a comprehensive employee assistance program
    • A generous compensation package including a competitive salary, a pension and benefits program, share purchase and employee incentive programs and paid vacation
    • Opportunity to give back to your community through a directed donations program and paid volunteer days

     

    Additional Information:

     

    Applicants must be legally allowed to work in Canada upon hire. Proof of eligibility for permanent roles may come in the form of a Canadian birth certificate, Canadian passport, Canadian citizenship certificate, permanent residence card or confirmation of permanent residence (or, in the case of temporary workers, of an open work permit).

     

    Only applications with an attached cover letter and resume will be considered.

     

    If you are interested in a career with The Co-operators, please send your cover letter and resume to meagan_menhart@cooperators.ca by December 14, 2017.

     

    About The Co-operators

     

    The Co-operators group of companies are committed to providing a work environment that is inclusive and free of employment barriers and discrimination.  Accommodations will be made for qualified applicants with a disability throughout the recruitment process.  If you receive a request for an interview which will require an accommodation to support your participation, please consult with the hiring manager as soon as practical so that suitable accommodations can be arranged.

     

    The Co-operators Group Limited is a Canadian-owned co-operative. Through our group of companies, we offer home, auto, life, group, travel, commercial and farm insurance, as well as investment products. Our co-operative values make us a different kind of insurance company – one built on honesty, hard work and concern for the communities in which we live and work. We’ve received many accolades, including being ranked among the Best Employers in Canada by Aon Hewitt, and the Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations in Canada by Sustainalytics and Maclean’s magazine. As a member of our team, you’ll be part of a big organization with a small company feel, working alongside a highly engaged group of people who are passionate about what they do. And you’ll see why we believe The Co-operators truly is a better place to work.

     

    Date affichée : 2017-11-17 Date d'expiration : 2017-12-14


  • Conseiller, Ressources Humaines - Avantages sociaux – BOMBARDIER – Dorval, QC


    Chez Bombardier, nos collaborateurs travaillent ensemble à faire évoluer la mobilité partout dans le monde, une bonne idée après l’autre. Si vous avez une bonne idée, nous avons l’environnement pour qu’elle devienne un produit unique ou une expérience client exceptionnelle. Vos idées sont notre énergie.

     

    Dans le cadre de votre poste, vous serez appelé à :

     

    En tant que membre de l’équipe du service des avantages sociaux, le conseiller travaille principalement aux différentes tâches de l’administration des régimes de retraite. Les tâches principales consisteront à :

     

    • Assurer le maintien et la mise à jour des données du système d’administration des régimes de retraite et du système RH
    • Améliorer et optimiser les outils nécessaires à l’administration des régimes de retraite
    • Rédiger diverses correspondances relatives aux régimes de retraite
    • Utiliser ses connaissances en actuariat afin de produire des calculs complexes et répondre aux questions des partenaires RH ou des employés
    • Calculer les remises périodiques de cotisations aux régimes de retraite
    • Participer à divers projets spéciaux

     

    À tant que candidat idéal :

     

    • Vous détenez un baccalauréat en actuariat, en finance ou en administration
    • Vous détenez une désignation actuarielle canadienne (FCIA or ACIA)
    • Vous détenez un minimum de 5 à 8 années d’expérience pertinente en administration des régimes de retraite 
    • Vous avez une bonne connaissance des logiciels Excel et Word et avez une connaissance générale des systèmes informatiques
    • Vous avez un esprit analytique et travaillez de façon autonome, organisée et avec minutie
    • Vous travaillez en équipe, avec professionnalisme et êtes doté d’une bonne communication orale
    • Vous avez un intérêt pour le développement et l’optimisation de système d’information
    • Vous maitrisez le français et l’anglais, tant à l’oral qu’à l’écrit

     

    L'utilisation du genre masculin a été adoptée afin de faciliter la lecture et n'a aucune intention discriminatoire.


    Bombardier souscrit au principe d'équité en matière d’emploi et encourage les femmes, les autochtones, les personnes handicapées et les membres des minorités visibles à soumettre leurs candidatures.

     

    Que votre candidature soit retenue pour la prochaine étape du processus d’embauche ou non, nous vous tiendrons informé par courriel ou par téléphone. Joignez-vous à nous sur carrières.bombardier.com

     

    Date affichée : 2017-11-15 Date d'expiration : 2017-12-15


  • Longevity Risk Consultant and Operations Team Lead – Club Vita Canada / Eckler – Toronto, ON


    Opportunity:

    Club Vita Canada is looking for a dynamic individual with an entrepreneurial spirit to join our team and support the amazing growth of the pre-eminent longevity analytics company in Canada. 

     

    The position we seek to fill is one of a leader – and who is keen to delve into the technical aspects of longevity analytics. The ideal candidate will lead the oversight of Club Vita’s longevity data collection and analysis for our large and growing dataset, and will advise club members on their specific results and longevity risk.

     

     

    About Club Vita Canada:

    Club Vita Canada Inc. provides longevity risk analytics to the Canadian pension industry. By pooling comprehensive longevity experience data from a wide range of pension plans, combined with best-in-class longevity modelling and research, Club Vita Canada provides its members with leading-edge tools and insights to measure and manage their longevity risk. Club Vita Canada consists of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team with actuarial, statistical, systems development and data management backgrounds. Club Vita Canada is an extension of Club Vita LLP, launched in the UK in 2008 by Hymans Robertson LLP.
    www.clubvita.ca

     

     

    About Eckler:

    Club Vita Canada Inc. is a subsidiary of Eckler Ltd. – the largest independent actuarial consulting firm in the Canada, with its headquarters in Toronto and offices in Halifax, Montreal, Quebec City, Winnipeg and Vancouver. Eckler provides employee benefit and financial services consulting through inter-related practice areas, each a leader in their field.

     

    Role Responsibilities:

     

    Role Summary:

    Club Vita Canada currently has a dedicated team of five with additional support provided by several Eckler staff. We are expanding our dedicated team and this role provides a unique opportunity for an actuary to become an expert in the emerging field of longevity risk management.

     

     

    Accountabilities:

    • Provide pensioner longevity analytics to a wide range of leading Canadian pension plans
    • Oversee the collection and analysis of longevity experience data, including managing workflow to ensure data processing and longevity analysis is completed on schedule
    • Provide guidance to analysts to develop their data management and longevity analysis skills, as well as providing review support and technical expertise
    • Support longevity research and business development efforts

     

    Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

     

    Qualifications:
    • Associate or Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries
    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree  

     

     

    Skills / Experience:

    • 5+ years of experience in the pension or insurance industry
    • Previous pension consulting experience is highly desirable, particularly with a focus on mortality/longevity analysis and/or pension risk transfer
    • The ideal candidate will have in-depth knowledge of mortality/longevity concepts and analysis
    • Proven ability to work with very large datasets, while maintaining a high level of attention to detail
    • Very strong computing skills, particularly with relational databases (e.g., Microsoft Access, SQL), but also Microsoft Excel
    • Experience with statistical software programs (e.g., R) and general statistical knowledge is an advantage
    • Highly-developed organizational skills, with the ability to manage many concurrent deliverables
    • Previous experience overseeing junior staff is desirable
    • Dynamic, motivated and driven, with a keen interest and desire to learn and develop

     

     

     

    Eckler Ltd.is committed to an inclusive, diverse and accessible workplace and encourages all interested applicants to submit a cover letter and resume for consideration.   We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for the short list will be contacted.

     

    Interested applicants are asked to send a cover letter and resume to info@eckler.ca.

     

    Date affichée : 2017-11-15 Date d'expiration : 2017-12-15