At RBC, we believe diversity and inclusion strengthens us. By sharing unique perspectives we grow as an organization and as individuals – we approach challenges differently and create innovative solutions.
If you are a person with visible or invisible disabilities interested in launching a sales and service career, join us on Wednesday August 5th, 2020 for our exclusive virtual Recruitment Event hosted by RBC’s Inclusive Recruitment and Insurance Recruitment teams.
Check out the event details and make sure to register before Friday July 31st,2020.
Join us in this virtual info session to learn more about:
RBC and RBC Insurance's commitment to disability inclusion
Demystify disclosure and breaking down the accommodations process
RBC Insurance role descriptions and recruitment process
Date: Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EST (Toronto Time)
WebEx video link will be delivered following registration. Closed captioning will be available.
IMPORTANT- We will be reviewing resumes for one or more of the following upcoming roles:
Advice Centre Insurance Advisor, Mississauga- In this role you will interact with clients over the phone, and provide them with insurance advice and solutions based on their individual needs. Must Have: Willingness and ability to successfully obtain the General Insurance License (Other Than Life) for all provinces. Flexibility to work a variety of shifts as our centre is open extended hours in order to better help our clients. Excellent oral and written communication skills
Field Sales- In this role you provide integrated life insurance planning and advice to your existing network of referrals and new RBC client acquisitions. To be successful you must have a goal-oriented attitude with a strong ambition to succeed. Must Have: Post-secondary education. Life/A&S License (HLLQP/LLQP), or willingness to complete. 1- 2+ years’ professional sales experience. A valid driver’s license, proper automobile insurance, and regular access to a vehicle.
Disability Claims Analyst, Toronto- In this role you will be responsible for adjudicating and managing disability claims in a team-oriented, multi-disciplinary, digital environment. You will be responsible for ensuring claims are recertified and paid in accordance with unit procedures while delivering superior client service. Must Have: Post-secondary education. Strong analytical and decision making skills. Ability to multi-task and balance multiple goals and priorities.
Actuarial Analyst, Mississauga-This role is accountable for developing, pricing, monitoring, and preserving the integrity of the profitability of our Life and Health products. Must have: Bachelor’s Degree in Actuarial Science, Mathematics, Statistics and actively writing SOA exams. Excellent working knowledge of MS Excel, VBA, SAS and R is required.
Take advantage of this opportunity to participate in interactive discussions and connect with the RBC Insurance and Inclusive Recruitment teams at RBC! If you need further clarification or have additional questions you can contact us at email@example.com
For employment equity purposes, "persons with disabilities" are persons who have long-term or recurring, persistent conditions, either visible and/or invisible such as a physical, psychological, sensory or learning impairment.
Our Diversity Works Here RBC Event Series are designed to break barriers and create a unique personalized experience for talent from diverse communities such as women, persons with disability, indigenous people, newcomers to Canada, LGBT+ to network with and gain insights from RBC hiring managers and recruiters on the rewarding careers at RBC.
Address: 180 WELLINGTON STREET WEST - TORONTO, ON, CANADA, M5J 1J1
Work Hours/Week: 0
Work Environment: Office
Career Level: Diversity Talent Pipeline
Position Level: N/A
Application Deadline: 07/31/2020
Req ID: 257943