The RBA’s objective is to fill positions with the best available candidates, favoring the hiring of a First Nations member whenever possible.
The incumbent oversees participating employer’s application of, and compliance with, regulations of the defined benefits pension. The incumbent provides ongoing training on the specific characteristics of the pension plans to clients of his or her department and maintains good business relationships. They contribute significantly to the development and maintenance of a corporate culture that values cooperation and satisfaction of clients’ needs. At all times, the incumbent acts with tact and diplomacy.
Ensure employers are respecting the membership of participants according with the eligible job categories for each employer member assigned to them.
Plan training sessions with selected employers in collaboration with the Pension Plan advisor.
Make complex verifications with employers following analyses carried out by the actuarial department during the annual conciliation or during the production of benefit calculations (significant variation in salary, type of absence, date of the absence, payable time).
Present the Annual review to the employer’s General Manager and make sure to highlight the aspects that are working well and those that could be improved.
Provide training to employers on the Plan regulation by presenting support documents for the training of employer resource.
Depth of analysis.
Looking for solutions.
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, actuarial sciences, human resources or a related field.
Minimum of four to seven years of experience in the administration of pension plans and customer service.
Excellent knowledge of French and English.
Good communication skills and ability to simplify complex or abstract concepts.
Ability to persuade and provide positive guidance to clients.
Prepared to travel on a regular basis.
Good public speaking and communication skills.
Excellent writing skills.
The RBA’s objective is to fill positions with the best available candidates, favouring the hiring a First Nations member whenever possible.
Those interested should forward their resume and a cover letter by December 3, 2023, 4 p.m., by email to: email@example.com or by mail to: 2936, rue de la Faune, Bureau 202, Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0.
DURATION: Permanent, full-time position
PLACE OF WORK: Wendake
Please note that only those selected to continue the process will be contacted.
Note: In this document, the masculine gender refers to both men and women and is used for the sole purpose of lightening the text.