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The Institute is dedicated to helping members move forward in their careers and to connecting employers with top-quality job candidates. Looking to advance your career? The CIA’s Online Actuarial Jobs Bank brings together leading employers and search firms who recognize the value and strategic thinking actuarial professionals bring to their leadership team. Search here for your next role with one of many top employers and recruitment firms.

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  • Senior Actuarial Analyst – Zurich Canada – Toronto, ON


    Job Summary

     

    The Senior Actuarial Analyst will report to the Chief Actuary. This role will assist in the setting, booking and monitoring of actuarial reserves, including data management, identifying anomalies and addressing issues as well as perform regular portfolio analysis for the business. The role will also review, coordinate, prepare and perform actuarial analyses including trend analyses, reinsurance analyses and analyses of loss and expense reserves, as it relates to pricing adequacy and strategic direction. The senior actuarial analyst will be involved in cross functional transformation projects.

     

    Job Qualifications:

     

    • Bachelor Degree in Mathematics/Statistics or Actuarial Sciences and 3 - 5 or more years of experience in the Actuarial area and ACAS
    • FCIA / FCAS Preferred
    • Experience in multiple functional areas (pricing, reserving, capital management) and in multiple business units
    • Proven ability to manage to tight deadlines and priorities
    • Demonstrate excellent communication skills with the ability to effectively influence others as well as present issues, options and recommendations to both technical and non-technical audiences

     

    Job Accountabilities:

     

    • Provide professional actuarial support and advice to business partners, including insights into underlying performance and implications for the business.
    • Analyze data and undertake complex modeling using established methodologies to quantify risk and support business decision making.
    • Perform more complex analyses as assigned
    • Manage projects, take ownership of deadlines and communicate requirements to stakeholders
    • Contribute to Virtuous Circle and Zurich Profitability Review/performance assessment discussions by providing insights from own area in order to promote cross-functional sharing of information.
    • Ensure that processes and standards are consistent with internal Zurich actuarial policies and guidance and, where relevant, compliant with regulations; lead the implementation of systems and process improvements in own area.
    • Participate in analyses and provide high quality actuarial advice to facilitate business decisions related to mergers & acquisitions and/or special projects that are outside of normal business as usual or geographic responsibilities.
    • Assist in the development of risk based capital models as well as parameterization and allocation activities to support actuarial services.
    • Research best actuarial practice and review/analyze current practice area to support senior management in developing and improving processes and systems.
    • Make informed actuarial recommendations based on professional judgment and experience.

     

    Additional Information

     

    Imagine working for a company that truly cares about their employees, customers, stakeholders, and communities they serve. Imagine working for a values-driven organization that has the ambition and desire to be the best global insurance provider in the world. Zurich is that place where 53,000 employees across approximately 200 countries and territories are all focused on helping people and helping companies protect what is truly most important to them. We are a values-driven organization that takes pride in the work that we do every day and we have the ambition to be the best global insurer in the world.

     

    Zurich is committed to providing a diverse, inclusive and barrier-free environment resulting in an accessible organization for employees, customers, and other parties who interact with, or on behalf of, Zurich. We strive to achieve a workplace free of discrimination of all forms, including discrimination on the basis of physical or mental disability, or medical condition. If you are interested in a job opportunity, please advise if you require an accommodation, so we can work with you to provide a more accessible process.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-09-21 Expires: 2018-10-21


  • Analyste ou Conseiller en actuariat – iA Groupe financier – Québec, QC


    Profil de l'organisation

     

    iA Groupe financier est la quatrième société d'assurance de personnes la plus importante au Canada. Elle offre une gamme variée de produits et de services, accompagne ses clients à chaque étape de leur vie et répond à tous les besoins de ces derniers grâce à son large réseau de vente. Fondée en 1892, sa stabilité et sa solidité font d’elle un employeur de choix qui investit dans le développement de ses employés, dans une perspective à long terme.

     

    Présent dans toutes les régions du pays, de même qu’aux États-Unis, iA Groupe financier possède plus de 5 000 employés qui ont tous comme objectif commun d’offrir le meilleur service qui soit à leurs clients.

     

    Description

     

    Un pas en avant pour votre carrière !

     

    Votre ambition n'a pas de limites, nous l'avons compris!

     

    C'est pourquoi, au Groupe Industrielle Alliance, nous vous donnons tous les outils pour atteindre vos ambitieux objectifs et vivre une carrière professionnelle à la hauteur de vos attentes.

     

    Vous trouverez chez nous une équipe jeune et dynamique, des défis stimulants et variés, une formation exceptionnelle ainsi que des possibilités de mobilité à l’intérieur de notre organisation.

     

    Industrielle Alliance est à la recherche d’un analyste et d’un conseiller en actuariat afin de se joindre à l’une ou l’autre des équipes des services actuariels corporatifs : assurance individuelle, épargne et retraite individuelles, affaires américaines ou équipe de consolidation. Que vous ayez de l’expérience ou de l’intérêt pour les processus de tarification des nouveaux produits, d’évaluation (réserves, états financiers, EDSC, etc.) ou de gestion des risques, on veut vous rencontrer !

     

    Au quotidien, vous aurez l’occasion de mettre à profit vos habiletés d’analyse, votre créativité, votre travail d’équipe, votre sens des responsabilités et votre jugement actuariel. Vos projets vous amèneront à communiquer avec différents collaborateurs de notre organisation. À titre d’exemples, voici des opportunités qui s’offrent à vous. Nous nous ajusterons selon votre profil, vos intérêts et nos besoins :

     

    • Participer au grand projet stratégique d’implantation de la norme IFRS 17 : votre expertise sera sollicitée dans l’évaluation des impacts financiers et opérationnels (ex. : impacts sur les réserves, l’émergence du profit, la rentabilité des nouveaux produits, l’EDSC, etc.), dans la recommandation et dans la mise en application des changements
    • Participer à la création des nouveaux produits d’assurance de personne ou d’épargne en collaboration avec les équipes de marketing canadienne ou américaine dans le contexte d’un environnement compétitif et réglementaire en mouvement : évaluer la rentabilité et les risques inhérents au design des produits et participer à mettre en place des façons de les réduire
    • Participer à l’élaboration de nos modèles internes : votre expertise actuarielle et financière sera mise à contribution dans l’élaboration et l’amélioration de nos modèles internes utilisés dans la prise de décisions stratégiques et la gestion quantitative des risques relatifs aux produits de fonds distincts

     

    On vous reconnait pour vos habiletés relationnelles, votre créativité et curiosité intellectuelle ? Notre ouverture à l’innovation saura répondre à vos attentes.

     

    Nous vous offrons un environnement de travail des plus convivial, axé sur le travail d’équipe et le respect.

     

    Faites-nous parvenir votre candidature !

     

    Veuillez noter que ce poste permanent est situé au siège social à Québec.

     

    Exigences

     

    • Baccalauréat en Actuariat
    • Minimum de 4 années d’expérience pertinente pour le poste d’analyste et 8 années d’expériences pertinentes pour le poste de conseiller
    • Titre F.I.C.A (pour le poste de conseiller en actuariat)
    • Titre d’associé et intérêt manifeste pour terminer le parcours d’examens menant au titre F.I.C.A. (pour le poste d’analyste en actuariat)
    • Aptitudes pour travailler avec les outils informatiques (langage et outil de programmation ; chiffrier électronique et gestionnaire de bases de données)
    • Connaissance du logiciel AXIS, un atout
    • Bonne maîtrise de la langue anglaise.

     

    Merci de postuler directement via notre site web à l’adresse suivante : https://ia.ca/fr-ca/carrieres/job/J0718-0791

     

    Date Posted: 2018-09-13 Expires: 2018-10-13


  • Professor of Actuarial Science or Financial Mathematics – Université de Montréal – Montréal, QC


    Faculté des arts et des sciences
    Département de mathématiques et de statistique

     

    Job description

     

    The Département de mathématiques et de statistique is seeking applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in Actuarial Science or Financial Mathematics.

     

    Responsibilities

     

    The appointed candidate will be expected to teach at all three levels of the curriculum, supervise graduate students, engage in research and publication, and contribute to the academic life and reputation of the University, especially the development of our programs in actuarial science and financial mathematics.

     

    Requirements

     

    • Ph. D. in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics or a related discipline (candidates completing dissertation will also be considered);
    • Demonstrated excellent teaching skills;
    • Excellence in research is essential;
    • Research interests in P&C Insurance or Financial Mathematics would be an asset;
    • Expertise in Data Science would be an asset;
    • Earned (or in the process to earn) credentials from a recognized Actuarial and/or Finance professional organization (or in the process to become Fellow) would be an asset;
    • An adequate knowledge of the French written and spoken language or a strong commitment to mastering the proficiency level required*.

     

    Information about the position

     

    Posting number: FAS 08-18/2

    Deadline: Until November 5th, 2018 inclusively.

    Treatment: The Université de Montréal offers competitive salaries and a full range of benefits.

    Starting date: On or after August 1st, 2019


    Application

     

    • The application must include the following documents:
      • a cover letter;
      • a curriculum vitæ;
      • a statement of the research project;
      • a presentation of the candidate’s teaching experience and philosophy;
      • copies of up to three recent publications or research papers.
    • Four letters of recommendation are also to be sent directly by the referees. Without being a requirement, it would be advisable that they include comments on teaching aptitude.

     

    The complete application package and letters of recommendation must be submitted to www.mathjobs.org
    or emailed to direction@dms.umontreal.ca.

     

    The complete application package and letters of recommendation may also be sent to the chair of the Département de mathématiques et de statistique at the following address:

     

    Madame Marlène Frigon, Directrice
    Département de mathématiques et de statistique - Pavillon André-Aisenstadt
    Faculté des arts et des sciences - Université de Montréal
    C. P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville
    Montréal (QC) H3C 3J7

     

    For more information about the Department, please consult its Web site at:
    http://dms.umontreal.ca/en/.


    * Language Policy

     

    Université de Montréal is a Québec university with an international reputation. French is the language of instruction. To renew its teaching faculty, the University is intensively recruiting the world’s best specialists. In accordance with the institution’s language policy, Université de Montréal provides support for newly-recruited faculty to attain proficiency in French.

     

    Confidentiality

     

    The Université de Montréal application process allows all regular professors in the Department to have access to all documents unless the applicant explicitly states in her or his cover letter that access to the application should be limited to the selection committee. This restriction on accessibility will be lifted if the applicant is invited for an interview.

     

    Equal Access Employment Program

     

    Through its Equal Access Employment Program, Université de Montréal invites women, Aboriginal people, visible and ethnical minorities, as well as persons with disabilities to apply. During the recruitment process, our selection tools will be adapted to meet the needs of people with disabilities who request it. Be assured of the confidentiality of this information.
    Université de Montréal is committed to the inclusion and the diversity of its staff and also encourages people of all sexual and gender identities to apply.

     

    Immigration Requirements

     

    We invite all qualified candidates to apply at UdeM. However, in accordance with immigration requirements in Canada, please note that priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-09-11 Expires: 2018-10-11


  • Senior Analyst, Client Risk Management – AIMCo – Edmonton, AB


    Title: Senior Analyst, Client Risk Management
    Location: Edmonton, Alberta
    Available positions: 1
    Job Schedule:Full Time
    Minimum Level of Education: Degree
    Years of Relatable Experience: 3

     

    About AIMCo:

     

    AIMCo is one of Canada’s largest and most diversified investment managers, with approximately $100 billion of assets under management for 32 clients, a diverse group of Alberta public sector pension plans, endowment funds, and government accounts representing all Albertans.  Our culture is defined by our core values: Excellence, Transparency, Humility, Integrity, and Collaboration.

     

    Our success as an organization is as dependent on the growth of our people as it is our investments. We provide opportunity to our employees, embrace talent with new ideas and are committed to a culture of continuous learning.

     

    Job Summary:

     

    The Senior Analyst, Client Risk Management (2-Year Fixed Term) will play a key role in the continuing development of the risk management function for AIMCo’s Clients.  As part of the Risk Management division, the Client Risk Management (CRM) department has the goal of helping AIMCo’s Clients manage the risks to achieving their investment objectives.  Drawing on your industry experience, knowledge of pension funds and actuarial concepts, strong understanding of investment risks across asset classes, and asset-liability management, you will develop successful partnerships with the Risk Management, Client Relations and Economics & Fund Strategy teams, to support Clients with their risk management process in the pursuit of achieving their objectives.

     

    Responsibilities will include:

     

    • Collaborate with the Client Relations and Economics & Fund Strategy teams on Client portfolio risk advisory, such as asset-liability management analysis, benchmark selection, asset mix reviews, scenario analysis and setting strategic risk frameworks
    • Develop a deep understanding of Client’s contractual or non-contractual liabilities by taking a leading role in performing research, analysis and developing initiatives to enhance the management and estimation of Client’s asset-liability risks
    • Assist in developing, implementing and maintaining a framework for identifying, analyzing, assessing, monitoring and reporting on investment and non-investment risks for Clients
    • Contribute to risk analysis and reporting for Clients, by leveraging a strong understanding of the risk models used and the main contributors to risk, and then explaining changes in those risk factors
    • Support the implementation of AIMCo’s new risk system as required
    • Assist in the development of stress tests and scenarios relevant to AIMCo’s clients
    • Engage in other risk projects or analysis such as Client requests

     

    Note: This position is for a 2-year fixed term, however, there is potential for a full-time permanent position on/before the conclusion of the term.

     

    Less experienced candidates may be considered at an Analyst level.

     

    Our Ideal Candidate:

     

    • At least 3 years’ of industry experience, whether as an investment risk analyst, actuarial analyst, pension consultant, or investment analyst.  Actuarial related experience is preferred
    • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (e.g. Actuarial Science, Financial Mathematics, Business/Finance, Economics, Statistics, Computer Science).  Master’s degree preferred
    • Advanced understanding of risks, both investment and non-investment, faced by pensions, endowments and other institutional funds
    • Strong understanding of actuarial science, asset-liability management, and multi-asset class investing
    • Strong knowledge of risk identification, assessment, modelling and analysis
    • Working knowledge of risk management applications, asset-liability modeling applications, and programming
    • Advanced understanding of financial mathematics and statistics
    • Strong interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
    • Strong ability and desire to collaborate
    • Excellent analytical skills and high attention to detail
    • A relevant finance, risk, or actuarial designation (e.g. CFA, FSA, ASA, FCIA, FRM, PRM) is asset
    • Working knowledge of FactSet, Bloomberg, SQL, Matlab, or R would be an asset

     

    NOTE: Final candidates will be asked to undergo a security screening, which includes a credit bureau and a criminal record investigation, the results of which must be acceptable to AIMCo.

     

    For more information and to apply visit the careers section of AIMCo’s website at www.aimco.alberta.ca or email human.resources@aimco.alberta.ca

     

    We thank all applicants in advance; however, only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.

     

    Date Posted: 2018-09-07 Expires: 2018-10-07


  • Actuary, Corporate Actuarial – The Co-operators – Burlington, ON


    Employment Category: Temporary Full-Time (18 month contract Position)

     

    Our national Finance team aspires to create, enhance, and protect value for our organization and its stakeholders. Our knowledgeable team educates and influences the organization to make well-informed, risk-based decisions. We think innovatively and strategically to solve business problems and strive to move our business forward with practical, integrated processes and tools that ensure organizational success. As the Actuary for Corporate Actuarial you will produce monthly actuarial liabilities, financial projections and other reporting requirements. As a key member of the department, you will work closely with actuarial, finance and product teams to achieve desired results. You will be responsible for the maintenance and continued development of Actuarial models and reporting processes for valuation, financial planning and capital projection.

     

    What you’re responsible for:

     

    • Planning and implementing new valuation requirements, writing components of actuary reports, and presenting valuation results and impacts to product departments and management.
    • Researching Source of Earnings (SOE) methods and producing, analyzing and reporting SOE results.
    • Performing Dynamic Capital Adequacy Testing (DCAT) for various products and analyzing results to produce written reports that consider all implications and recommend effective solutions.
    • Building and maintaining programs for calculating Life Insurance Capital Adequacy Test (LICAT) and for completing LICAT reporting for management and the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI).
    • Leading and participating in the implementation of standards of practice and regulatory requirements, including liaising with business partners, identifying specific impacts and determining the appropriate execution approach.

     

    What to expect:

     

    • Detail oriented work that requires a high degree of mental concentration for extended periods of time. 

     

    To be successful:

     

    • You have an innovative mindset to improve operational efficiencies and ability to influence change, with a primary focus on client needs.    
    • You use critical thinking skills to recognize assumptions, evaluate arguments, draw conclusions and proactively propose solutions.  
    • You have strong communication skills to clearly convey messages and explore diverse points of view.   
    • You build trusting relationships and provide guidance to support the development of colleagues. 

     

    To join our team:

     

    • You have four years of specialized actuarial experience in the insurance or financial services industry, including extensive experience with Axis actuarial software and Microsoft Excel.
    • You have a post-secondary degree in Mathematics or Actuarial Science.
    • You have completed the Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA) or the Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (FCIA) designation.

     

    What we offer:

     

    • Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada’s Best Employers. 
    • Flexible work options to support your personal and family needs. 
    • A holistic approach to your well-being, with physical and mental health programs and a supportive workplace culture. 
    • Volunteer opportunities to give back to your community.

     

    If you are interested in a career with The Co-operators please visit our Career Opportunity site to apply!

     

    Date Posted: 2018-09-07 Expires: 2018-10-07


  • Actuary, IFRS Implementation – The Co-operators – Burlington, ON; Guelph, ON; Regina, SK


    Employment Category: Temporary Full-Time (36 month contract Position)

     

    Our national Finance team aspires to create, enhance, and protect value for our organization and its stakeholders. Our knowledgeable team educates and influences the organization to make well-informed, risk-based decisions. We think innovatively and strategically to solve business problems and strive to move our business forward with practical, integrated processes and tools that ensure organizational success. As the Actuary of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Implementation you will be an integral member of the IFRS project team responsible for the successful implementation of accounting standards. You will adopt best practices for life insurance model risk management, maintenance, and validation and act as the subject matter expert on relevant accounting standards and their risk implications.

     

    What you’re responsible for:

     

    • Collaborating with business partners and industry working groups to develop, maintain and validate models with a focus on risk management and ensuring IFRS implementation meets the requirements.
    • Managing IFRS impacts to economic capital and Asset Liability Modeling (ALM) processes and results by identifying required changes to models and processes, evaluating the impact of implementation decisions, and ensuring processes are implemented effectively.
    • Identifying IFRS impacts to risk governance frameworks and policies, reviewing risk appetite, and recommending changes as required.
    • Establishing and implementing best practices in risk management modeling, including ensuring adequate controls and audits, and alignment with enterprise initiatives.
    • Working with vendors, consultants and stakeholders to document changes, processes, decisions and impacts to risk management policies and frameworks.

     

    To be successful:

     

    • You have an innovative mindset to improve operational efficiencies and ability to influence change, with a primary focus on client needs.  
    • You use critical thinking skills to recognize assumptions, evaluate arguments, draw conclusions and proactively propose solutions.
    • You have strong communication skills to clearly convey messages and explore diverse points of view. 
    • You build trusting relationships and provide guidance to support the development of colleagues.

     

    To join our team:

     

    • You have five years of experience constructing a range of financial and actuarial models in fields such as actuarial pricing, valuation, reinsurance, consulting, or enterprise risk management.
    • You have a post-secondary degree is Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics, or Finance.
    • You have obtained the Fellow, Canadian Institute of Actuaries designation.
    • You have a solid understanding of IFRS accounting standards.

     

    What we offer:

     

    • Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada’s Best Employers. 
    • Flexible work options to support your personal and family needs. 
    • A holistic approach to your well-being, with physical and mental health programs and a supportive workplace culture. 
    • Volunteer opportunities to give back to your community. 

     

    If you are interested in a career with The Co-operators please visit our Career Opportunity site to apply!

     

    Date Posted: 2018-09-07 Expires: 2018-10-07


  • Chief Actuary – OSFI – Ottawa, ON


    The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has an exciting opportunity for a highly qualified individual to take on the senior leadership role of Chief Actuary, a unique and very important role that touches the lives of all Canadians.

     

    The Office of the Chief Actuary (OCA) is an independent unit within OSFI that provides a broad range of actuarial valuation, policy analysis and advisory services to the Government of Canada. While the position reports directly to the Superintendent, the Chief Actuary is solely responsible for the actuarial opinions and advice prepared by the OCA.

     

    Apply Now

     

    Date Posted: 2018-09-04 Expires: 2018-09-25


  • Senior Advisor, Benefits and Pension – Ivanhoé Cambridge – Montréal, QC


    Ivanhoé Cambridge develops and invests in high-quality real estate properties, projects and companies that are shaping the urban fabric in dynamic cities around the world. It does so responsibly, with a long-term view to generate optimal, risk-adjusted returns. Ivanhoé Cambridge is committed to creating living spaces that foster the well-being of people and communities, while reducing its environmental footprint.

     

    Vertically integrated in Canada, Ivanhoé Cambridge invests internationally alongside strategic partners and major real estate funds that are leaders in their markets. Through subsidiaries and partnerships, the Company holds interests in more than 1,000 buildings, primarily in the residential, office, retail, industrial and logistics sectors. Ivanhoé Cambridge held more than C$60 billion in assets as at December 31, 2017, and is a real estate subsidiary of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (cdpq.com), one of Canada's leading institutional fund managers. For more information:  ivanhoecambridge.com.

     

    Department: Human Resources

     

    Position type: Salaried

     

    Specific accountabilities

     

    Reporting to the Senior Director, Global Compensation, the incumbent will be responsible for the administration of programs and activities related to employee benefits and pension plans. Main responsibilities include:

     

    Benefits

    • Manage the annual renewal of the flexible benefits program and answers employee questions;
    • Participate in the evolution of the flexible benefits program;
    • Prepare a recommendation to settle any conflictual situations related to none payment of insurance claims;
    • Support the Human Resources Business Partners in the management of the short and long-term disability program;
    • Collaborate on projects to set up insurance policy for international employees;
    • Manage the retiree benefits (closed plan);
    • Manage the Employee Assistance Program;
    • Manage the Executive Health Program.

     

    Pension Plan

    Work with external suppliers to ensure compliance and respect of pension legislation requirements:

    • Annual statements for defined benefits plans;
    • Forms required by the government;
    • Actuarial valuations;
    • Preparation of audited financial statements;

     

    Other requirements.

    • Participate in the preparation of materials for the pension committee and the annual meeting of participants;
    • Manage trust and letter of credit funded pension arrangements;
    • Manage the auditing of the pension plans by external auditors and prepare any related documents;
    • Participate in setting up and organizing retirement planning sessions;
    • Collaborate with the tax team for the preparation of tax returns;
    • Collaborate in the termination and simplification of certain pension plans;
    • Participate in the improvement and documentation of administrative processes;
    • Prepare and provide communication to participants relating to any changes in the pension plans;
    • Collaborate in the revision of the instructions and investment policies as well as the introduction of the new policies.

     

    Other Responsibilities

    • Supervise the position of Employee Benefits and Pension Plans Coordinator;
    • Participate in employee benefits and pension surveys and provide the required data;
    • Explore, define and deploy initiatives related to employee health and wellness (e.g. vaccine clinical, biometric evaluation, training sessions);
    • Respond to questions from colleagues and employees on matters concerning the benefits program, the pension plan, and other related programs and policies.

     

    Key requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree in Actuarial Sciences or any other related field;
    • Have AICA or FICA title
    • Minimum of five years of experience in a position related to the management and administration of benefits and/or pension plans;
    • Knowledge of benefits programs and thorough knowledge of pension plan administration;
    • Knowledge of the Flexible component of defined benefit pension plans, an asset;
    • Excellent analytical and report-drafting skills;
    • Skills in interpersonal relationships and oral and written communications;
    • Autonomy, good priority management and ability to work under pressure and handle multiple projects at the same time;
    • Ability to work in a team and with all hierarchical levels;
    • Advanced customer service and communication skills, and results orientation;
    • Fluency in English and French, both oral and written.

     

    If you are interested in this challenge, please submit your resume.

     

    You have everything to gain!

    When you join the Ivanhoé Cambridge team, you are eligible for employment benefits and a pension plan that are among the best in the industry. Our many health and wellness programs encourage you to balance your work and personal lives and fulfil your desire for social involvement, while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. At Ivanhoé Cambridge, you will have many opportunities to develop your skills and thrive professionally, in Canada or elsewhere in the world. Our initiatives aimed at creating an exceptional working environment that inspires our employees to give the best of themselves elevated Ivanhoé Cambridge into the ranks of Canada’s 50 Best Employers, 100 Top Employers and 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures.

     

    Please apply online at: https://rita.illicohodes.com/go/5b7f18adfc9b0745bc61d5c3/551576a712497d1f544ccd44/en

    Date Posted: 2018-08-29 Expires: 2018-09-28