Associate Consultant

  • 36872
  • Life - Actuarial
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  • Ontario, Canada
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  • Feb 20, 2020
Consulting
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Performs data reconciliations, benefit calculations and asset reconciliations.
  • Performs actuarial valuations for funding purposes for pension plans.
  • Performs actuarial valuations for wind up purposes for pension plans.
  • Participates in the review of data reconciliations, benefit calculations and asset reconciliations prepared by actuarial analysts and/or pension administrators.
  • Performs actuarial valuations for accounting purposes for pension and post-employment benefit plans.
  • Participates in performing actuarial valuations including gain-loss analysis and asset and membership reconciliations with minimal supervision.
  • Manages multiple client assignments and projects.
  • Develops draft reports, detailing the specifics regarding pension plans for existing and prospective clients.
  • Attends internal training sessions to build knowledge of industry topics and trends.
  • Leads practice area training sessions for actuarial analysts and pension administrators.
  • Acts as a mentor for actuarial analysts and pension administrators by providing technical assistance as well as general guidance and encouragement.
  • Participates in the development of employee communication material, such as pension booklets and year-end statements.
  • Maintains excellent relationships with clients, through regular telephone contact, written correspondence, client meetings and office visits.
  • Participates in the preparation of monthly invoices for clients.
  • Keeps apprised of changes and updates to applicable pension legislation at both the provincial and federal level.
  • Ensures that quality control and service standards are attained with every transaction.
  • Assists the Actuarial Pension Practice Area with other tasks and special projects as required.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Three to seven years of actuarial pension experience.
  • University degree in Actuarial Science or Mathematics.
  • ASA designation or near completion.
  • Excellent analytical and mathematical skills.
  • Proven capability at the Actuarial Analyst level, Actuarial Pension Practice Area.
  • Knowledge of provincial pension and tax legislation.
  • Exceptional customer focus with strong professional acumen.
  • Ability to develop excellent communication, project management, presentation and negotiation skills.
  • Strong leadership and team building skills.
  • Highly organized, ability to take initiative and be independent.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.