ion, and performing controls them on a quarterly basis.
Perform annual Pension Audit and assist review of Financial Statements
Manage all filings with the Canadian Pension Regulatory Agency
Ensure updated authorized vendor contracts and negotiate fees with vendors.
Present updates at the Pension Investment Committee and Board of Directors meetings
React to HR needs & provide data analytics to the business.
Act as project manager on all changes to Retirement Plans
Oversee Retirement contribution process and funding between applicable partners.
Partner with legal, and oversee that government filings are completed, authorized and filed with payment within deadlines.
Collaborate with the Retirement Center of Excellence to influence design, delivery, communication and assessment of retirement programs that meet objectives
Support RFPs and manage Program Audits as part of good governance to ensure programs are best in class.
Regularly evaluate program administration against plan documents, contracts and government regulations, review findings and propose solutions.
Responsible for setting and managing the pension budget to ensure charges are within budget.
Partner with all stakeholders to provide forecasts for the Annual Operating Plan
Facilitate quarterly Finance meetings to review the pension budget, annual assumptions and forecasts.
Minimum education: University/College Degree in a related field
Work Experience: 5 - 7 years in a related field
Ability to independently lead work, projects and discussions with stakeholders
Understanding of provincial legislation related to programs (ie. employment standards, retirement regulations, etc.)
Strong problem solving, verbal and written communication skills
Self-directed with ability to work independently and proactively
Project management skills
Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with all levels of company personnel and vendors
Intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook