Senior Advisor, Pension and Benefits

June 03, 2021

Job Description

There When It Matters for 175 YearsThis year, we are proud to celebrate our 175th anniversary. Since our founding in Quebec in 1846, we've been committed to improving the financial health of all of our clients. We are driven by the opportunity to help families thrive, communities grow and businesses succeed. As our roots have grown stronger than ever before, we are ready to lead the way for the next 175 yearsLaurentian Bank Financial Group (LBCFG) is a diversified financial services provider whose mission is to help its customers improve their financial health. The Laurentian Bank of Canada and its entities are collectively referred to as Laurentian Bank Financial Group (the "Group" or the "Bank"). With more than 2,900 employees guided by the values of proximity, simplicity and honesty, the Group provides a broad range of advice-based solutions and services to its personal, business and institutional customers. With pan-Canadian activities and a presence in the U.S., the Group is an important player in numerous market segments.This role sits within Laurentian Bank, a subsidiary of Laurentian Bank Financial Group.

Responsibilities

As a member of the Total Rewards team, the incumbent participates, in collaboration with team members, in the planning, execution and verification of work related to the management of pension plans and group insurance.As a Senior Consultant, the incumbent uses his or her expertise to support and respond to the requests of the Group's employees and managers, members of the human resources team, government authorities (OSFI, Québec Retirement, etc.) and internal and external auditors. In addition, he/she manages the business relationship with the various service providers related to the pension and benefits programs.The incumbent is also responsible for the optimization and communication of program changes. This includes the group insurance enrolment and re-enrolment process, total compensation statements, employee handbooks and intranet and any other benefit programs.

Qualifications

º University degree in an appropriate field (actuarial training is an asset);º Minimum of 10 years of experience related to the management and administration of pension plans and/or benefit programs;º Excellent command of Microsoft Office software, particularly Excel;º Excellent communication skills;º Excellent autonomy º Bilingualism (French and English)

Additional Information

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer and are committed to fostering an inclusive and accessible work environment that reflects the diversity of our customers and our communities. We welcome and encourage applications from individuals from all groups, including Indigenous people, women, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities, regardless of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, genetic characteristics, disability or any other legally-protected ground. Accommodations for persons with disabilities are available upon request for job applicants taking part in all aspects of the recruitment process.#CM1

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