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Actuarial Analyst, Retirement & Health Benefits - 2024 New Graduates

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Mercer

9d ago

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level
  • Data
  • Montréal

Requirements

  • A bachelor's degree in actuarial science, mathematics, statistics, finance, administration or a related field.
  • Superior analytical skills and working knowledge of Excel and others MS-Office software programs.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
  • Intellectual curiosity; seeking opportunities to develop new skills.
  • Strong aptitude for teamwork and a willingness to be adaptable to meet deadlines and accommodate shifting client needs.
  • Superior organizational skills and strong attention to detail.
  • Bilingualism (English/French).

Responsibilities

  • Perform retirement and post-retirement benefits actuarial valuation including validation of data, analysis of the plan’s gains and losses, analysis of the plan’s asset performance, and preparation of the valuation report and related forms
  • Production of year-end accounting disclosure and projection of expenses for plans under various financial reporting standards including IFRS, CPA and FAS
  • Complete benefit calculations, review plan documents, produce employee benefit statements and prepare annual government forms
  • Participation in the design and pricing of client’s employee pension plans and executive pension benefits, including cash flow modelling, demographic projections and evaluation of liabilities within an asset-liability framework
  • Production of various experience studies to refine demographic and financial assumptions used in actuarial valuations
  • Designing and implementing strategies to manage defined benefit pension plan volatility, including funding strategy, plan design and risk transfer solutions
  • Work in an integrated team of professionals from different offices to resolve modern actuarial problems in the Canadian retirement benefits landscape, including union negotiations, risk transfer and public policy

Application Process

  • Please provide a cover letter, your resume and your most recent transcript. We will review application submissions and you will be contacted if you are selected for an interview.

Preparing you for the future of work. Improving health and well-being. Reshaping retirement and investment outcomes

Consulting
Industry
10,001+
Employees
1945
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Mercer is a global consulting firm that specializes in providing human resources, benefits, and investment-related services to organisations. They offer a wide range of consulting solutions in areas such as talent management, compensation and benefits, retirement planning, and investment advice. Mercer's ultimate mission is to help organisations and individuals achieve better health, wealth, and career outcomes. Their purpose lies in delivering personalised and data-driven solutions that address the evolving challenges in the workplace, improve employee well-being, and optimise organisational performance. By leveraging their expertise in human capital, health, and wealth management, Mercer aims to empower businesses to make informed decisions, attract and retain top talent, and create sustainable and thriving work environments. Additionally, they strive to assist individuals in making informed financial decisions to secure their financial future and retirement. Through their consulting services and research-driven insights, Mercer seeks to shape the future of work, promote employee well-being, and drive positive change in the world of work and benefits.

Benefits

  • Paid vacation and holidays

  • Life insurance

  • Legal assistance

  • Health club discounts