Job Posting


INTEGRIS Pension Management Corp. is actively searching for a fully bilingual (English and French) professional with full or near completion of Fellowship in the Canadian Institute of Actuaries.

  • Develop, maintain, and analyze Excel based projection models and actuarial valuation programs
  • Prepare actuarial valuations and submit actuarial reports to the relevant regulatory bodies, clients, their advisors and other third parties, as applicable
  • Work with the Onboarding team in the registration of new pension plans
  • Building and expanding the actuarial software used by the sales team in collaboration with IT
  • Assist C-suite level and entrepreneur clients and/or their agents in identifying and meeting their information needs
  • In partnership with the Chief Actuary, establish actuarial procedures for internal use and document new procedures as required
  • Assist in the hiring and mentoring of junior actuarial and administration staff
  • In collaboration with IT, assist in the building of systems and processes in the administration of the pension plans
  • Perform some pension administration tasks, as required.
  • Ability to work remotely and in the office as required.

Education and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science, or related field
  • Associate or Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries
  • 3-5 years of pension actuarial experience
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel, Access, MS Office, and Outlook skills
  • Familiarity with MS Teams and ability to rapidly acclimate to custom software
  • Strong familiarity with GAAP and business operations, including departmental functionality/objectives would be an asset
  • High degree of attention to detail
  • Excellent problem-solving skills with a strong business focus
  • Strong interpersonal skills and able to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English and French
  • Working knowledge of pension tax legislation and minimum standards legislation