Pension Analyst

Morneau Shepell - Toronto, ON (6 months ago)

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Pension Analyst
Defined Benefit Pension Administration
Toronto, ON (Bay & College)
Permanent Full Time

Summary:
Morneau Shepell can provide clarity among plan options and take the strain out of communications between members, administrators and fund managers. Our Ariel administration system is a robust recordkeeping platform that supports membership database updates, and provides electronic data interfaces, calculations and transactions.
Our Pension Analyst works in a team and is responsible for administering pension plans for assigned clients and providing analytical and administration support to both clients and the team.

Responsibilities:
  • Performs standard pension benefit calculations (retirements, terminations, etc.) in accordance with plan rules and legislative requirement
  • Assists in the preparation of year-end annual pension statement
  • Works with pension databases and Morneau Shepell’s internal software/systems
  • Receives and responds to routine plan enquiries and requests from clients
  • Takes direction from, and supports, senior team members
  • Attends internal training sessions to build knowledge of industry topics and trends
  • Assists with special projects, as required
Succeeding as a Pension Analyst will require the following core qualifications and skills

  • Post-secondary education (preferably in Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science)
  • 0-2 years of Defined Benefit or Defined Contribution pension administration experience (completed retirement, termination and death calculations and experience with multi-employer pension plans)
  • Knowledge of Defined Benefit pension plans and provincial pension and tax legislation
  • Excellent analytical and mathematical skills
  • Exceptional client service with strong professional acumen
  • Excellent communication (oral and written) and organizational skills
  • Advance proficiency in MS Office Suite (Word, Outlook); expert proficiency in Excel
  • Dedicated team player, who demonstrates initiative and independence
  • CEBS or PPAC an asset
  • Bilingualism (English and French) an asset
Job Grade: MS2

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