Operations Coordinator – 2 Positions

Who are we?
Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

We are seeking two confident, highly motivated professionals who enjoy working in a fast-paced co-operative environment.

How you will spend your time:
As Operations Coordinator, you will provide administrative support and contribute to the coordination of workflows required by individual teams to ensure ongoing operations and initiatives are met in a timely, accurate, and efficient manner.

Position 1 – Corporate Operations: 20 Month Term
This position is responsible to:
• provide administrative support including the development, formatting, editing/proofreading and distribution of corporate documents, reports and materials.
• provide exceptional proofing and editing skills to final copies of documents and publications
• support the records management process; archiving electronic and physical documents and coordinating the storage and destruction of offsite records
• support the development, and lead the preparation and distribution of corporate documents and materials
• provide back-up to the Executive Assistant and other Operations Coordinators

Position 2 – Regulatory Policy & Prevention: 12 Month Term
This position is responsible to:
• proofread, format, and edit corporate documents, publications, and presentation materials
• support administrative process such as, records management, purchasing supplies, and coordinating meeting logistics
• compile meeting packages for internal and external stakeholders
• provide back-up support to the Executive Assistant and other Operations Coordinators

What you’ll need:
• Office Education or Business Administration and/or administrative experience
• Intermediate to advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
• exceptional proofreading and editing skills with a high degree of attention to detail
• ability to set priorities and manage multiple assignments within deadlines
• excellent communication and interpersonal skills

The core competencies for these positions focus on initiative, analytical thinking, concern for quality, teamwork, communication, and relationship building.
We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for this position is $42,992 – $53,741. For more information on the Corporation, please visit our website www.cudgc.sk.ca.

To Apply:
Please submit your resume and cover letter stating Competition Number OC-CUDGC by October 12, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. Please indicate which position(s) you are applying for. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions and perspectives make our organization stronger.

Manager, Regulatory Policy and Prevention – 12 Month Term

Who are we?
Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation (the Corporation) is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

How you will spend your time:
Reporting to the Associate Vice-President, Regulatory Policy and Prevention, this position manages the research, development, implementation, and communication of regulatory policy and prevention initiatives.
You will:
• Develop regulatory policy to ensure an effective and responsible framework for the regulation of PRFIs
• Manage the Corporation’s preventive and guarantee fund strategies by assessing ongoing monitoring and reporting of credit union financial and non-financial performance, trends, developments, and emerging risks
• Work collaboratively with various cross-functional teams within the Corporation and manage relationships with peer regulators, credit union system partners, and the office of the Registrar of Credit Unions
• Provide operational leadership to the department to ensure corporate goals and objectives are achieved

What you’ll need:
• Undergraduate degree in accounting, finance, or business supplemented with a graduate degree or professional designation
• Five years of experience in a related field; experience in the financial services industry or a regulatory environment would be an asset
• The ability to interpret and apply policy, legislation, and regulatory standards are key requirements for this position
• Demonstrated success in presenting information and facilitating discussions with key stakeholders

Core competencies include teamwork, change leadership, effective communication, impact and influence, conflict resolution, problem solving and decision making. Lending to your success is your ability to demonstrate your people leadership skills as a coach and mentor committed to developing the talents of others.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for this position is $93,117 to $116,394. For more information on the Corporation, please visit our website www.cudgc.sk.ca.

To Apply:
Please submit your cover letter and resume stating competition number RPP-TERM by October 12, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions and perspectives makes our organization stronger.

Head of Governance & Legal

SaskCentral is owned by Saskatchewan credit unions to serve and represent their collective interests. We add value through the sound investment of credit union funds on deposit, as well as providing a wide range of products and services to maintain credit union leadership in the marketplace.

Term Position to December 31, 2023

We are seeking a seasoned, knowledgeable and conscientious senior leader to join us on our multi-year enterprise-wide transformational journey. We are evolving into an effective & focused Central, ensuring the success and financial viability of credit unions. As a member of SaskCentral’s transformational team, you will manage the governance framework and serve as Corporate Secretary. You will also oversee the organization’s legal affairs and ensure its best interests are represented in the development and execution of corporate agreements. If you are innovative and passionate about governance, corporate law, and building strong relationships with boards, committees and regulators this is the position for you.

The Job
Reporting to the CEO, your responsibilities will include governance, legal and compliance roles. You will lead SaskCentral’s governance reform, ensuring the governance model and structure align to the future state business model. You will serve as Corporate Secretary to SaskCentral’s Board and board committees, ensuring adherence to board meeting protocols and governance practices. Legal oversight will include analysis and direction on legal issues related to service agreements, organizational regulation, and trademark protection. You will be accountable for the following roles, either directly or through delegation; Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) and Chief Anti-Money Laundering Officer (CAMLO), where you will oversee regulatory and legislative compliance, including anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing monitoring, and management of reporting and compliance filings with the appropriate authorities. Similarly, accountable for the role of Chief Privacy Officer (CPO), you will protect the privacy of individual information in SaskCentral’s corporate and intellectual privacy, and oversee the corporate records management program.

The Candidate
You have a recognized governance designation, corporate secretary experience, a law degree and experience in the financial services sector. You have a strong understanding of corporate governance, and can read and interpret legislation and regulatory guidelines, communicating these concepts to stakeholders clearly and in terms easily understood. You have strong project management skills and can be relied on to manage multiple projects within tight timelines with a high degree of accountability. You’re a problem solver and can suggest innovative and creative solutions that are not readily apparent. You value building and maintaining positive relationships, and can negotiate specific outcomes and influence decision making. As a senior leader, you will contribute to the strategic vision and business plan, and provide leadership and mentorship to others in the organization.

Please include in your cover letter examples of how you meet the qualifications for this position. Interested applicants should submit a resume in confidence by September 24 to https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=c969f061-bc4e-4b85-b834-94548224b1d7&ccId=9200032728726_2&jobId=368154&source=CC2&lang=en_CA

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please be advised that SaskCentral will be using virtual and in-person methods to connect with candidates and conduct interviews during the recruitment process. 

Our employees tell us SaskCentral is a great place to work. It’s more than the competitive salaries and excellent benefits we offer. We believe you can have a challenging, rewarding career and work life balance, too. We value and support workplace diversity.

Consumer Advisor

Flexible hours, career development opportunities,
exceptional benefits and pension plan!


Would you like to earn above average pay helping members meet their financial goals, maintain a strong work life balance, a flexible schedule and have the security of a career – path supported by your organization? We offer that and so much more.

THE COMPANY – Our Purpose is to redefine banking by helping Canadians simplify their lives and reach their financial goals by reinvesting profits into our members, communities and our people. Now that Responsible Banking!

THE POSITION: Reporting to the VP Consumer Advisors, the Consumer Advisor will develop and maintain a loan and deposit portfolio, and will develop long term relationships with members. This position will provide a challenging and rewarding career with opportunity to enhance your personal development and to be part of a progressive credit union. How does one do this? Glad you asked!

A Consumer Advisor does the following:

  • Develop and maintain a deposit and loan portfolio and develop long term relationships with members.
  • Provide individualized financial consulting services that help simplify the members life (including insurance services) and information to members on services and investment products offered through the Credit Union
  • Ensure all deposit and loan activities are in compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Recognize and act upon business development opportunities that would be beneficial to the organization and its members as a whole
  • Support regional advice centers as needed

This is a tremendous opportunity to build a successful career within the credit union system, providing an opportunity to advance to higher levels with the organization

Innovation Credit Union supports a mobile workforce, some travel may be required within Regina and regional area.

Why Should You Apply?

  • You want to be an ambassador of a forward-thinking, member focused organization
  • you are passionate about providing world class financial services, growing member relationships, and are comfortable with building a portfolio
  • You want to help simplify our members lives by offering proactive advice to their day-to-day banking needs in person and digitally
  • Have completed some Post-Secondary plus 3 to 5 years job related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Organized and detail oriented
  • Proven results in strong sales and service skills along with refined relationship building skills
  • Completion of the following courses would be considered an asset: Credit Union Products and Services, Credit Union System, Introduction to Financial Planning, Consumer and Residential Mortgage Lending Course

Visit the CAREERS page or our website to learn more about this position and to apply.  www.innovationcu.ca  Only those applications received through our job board will be considered.

 

Senior Credit Analyst

As one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 18 consecutive years, Concentra prides itself on fostering employee engagement and a workplace of openness and respect.

Concentra is Canada’s leading provider of wholesale banking and trust solutions to credit unions from coast to coast. With deep co-operative roots, Concentra is focused on creating value for the credit union system. We partner with credit unions to ensure over five million Canadian members can choose competitive financial services from their local credit union.

Concentra is the number one partner in commercial equipment leasing and financing.  We work with credit unions large and small to offer competitive deal structures and attractive pricing for members.  Concentra employees enjoy a competitive total rewards package and a flexible work environment.  We are looking for a results-oriented leader to join our team.

Senior Credit Analyst (Full-time, Permanent)

This position provides independent, objective review and adjudication of incoming equipment lease applications. The Senior Credit Analyst evaluates risk implications, approves or declines within credit limit and makes credit recommendations and escalations as required.  As a key member of the front office, the Senior Analyst is responsible for financial analysis, assessment of credit reports, research of equipment and industry and approving and declining applications.

Key Outcomes:

The primary focus of this position is to manage and support in-depth analysis and adjudication of equipment financing applications.  This role will assess and determine appropriate transaction structure and pricing to ensure compliance with the Bank’s policies and guidelines.  The Senior Analyst identifies and advises on terms, conditions, and collateral requirements for the transaction decision, as well as opportunities for cross-selling and/or alternative solutions to meet client’s needs.  This role works with internal groups and clients to assess lease opportunities, and deals with customer inquiries and concerns.

In addition, the Senior Analyst approves credit within designation limits and prepares formal presentations to support lease applications presented to Credit Risk.  As a senior member of the team, the Analyst provides credit risk coaching and advice to the credit team to increase awareness of risk, policy, and knowledge of structuring transactions.

Qualifications:

  • Post-Secondary education in Business Administration/Commerce or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • 3-5 years commercial credit experience; leasing experience an asset

Applications for this opportunity will be accepted until end of day August 20, 2021. To apply, please visit our Career page at www.concentra.ca.

At Concentra, our goal is to achieve a workforce as diverse as the people we partner with. We encourage all members of the designated groups; aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, women, visible minorities and others to join our team. Concentra strives to provide a safe and respectful work environment free of discrimination and harassment and is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Recovery Specialist II

Permanent Full-Time 

Closes August 22

Open to any Innovation Advice Centre

Annual Salary: $61,679 – $77,097

Would you like to earn above average pay helping members meet their financial goals, maintain a strong work life balance, a flexible schedule and have the security of a career – path supported by your organization? We offer that and so much more.

THE COMPANY – Our Purpose is to redefine banking by helping Canadians simplify their lives and reach their financial goals by reinvesting profits into our members, communities and our people. Now that Responsible Banking!

Click the link below to see what Innovation Credit Union is about! Trust us, you are going to want to learn more about who we are!

Innovation Credit Union – About Us (innovationcu.ca)


THE POSITION: 
The Recovery Specialist II will review and discuss collection activities with consumer, agricultural, and commercial lenders on loans in arrears and will manage and conduct resolution activities when required. This individual will ensure collection activities are in compliance with all legislation, regulations, policies and procedures. How does one do this? Glad you asked!

A Recovery Specialist II does the following:

  • Initiates contact with delinquent members to discuss repayment plans and financial situations
  • Reviews, discusses, develops and implements realization strategies on delinquent loans
  • Prepares court related documents as required and provides resource to legal counsel
  • Aids in the collection of rent, maintenance, and sale of foreclosed property
  • Provides expertise and acts as a resource to lenders on collection activities
  • Recognizes member needs and promotes and cross-sells credit union deposit services
  • Assists in fraud mitigation activities

Why Should You Apply?

  • You want to be an ambassador of a forward-thinking, member focused organization
  • You have 3 – 5 years of job-related experience (collection activities, consumer, agricultural or commercial lending experience, high-quality member service) or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • You are a strong communicator with the ability to relate well to members and co-workers
  • You have demonstrated a commitment to continuous education and personal development

Associate Manager – Regulatory Oversight (2 Positions)

Who are we?

Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation (the Corporation) is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

We are seeking confident, highly motivated professionals who enjoy working in a fast‑paced co-operative environment to join the Regulatory Oversight division.

Position 1 – Associate Manager, Risk-Based Supervision: Permanent

This position is responsible for the oversight of institutions within the Saskatchewan credit union system. You will monitor institution performance to proactively identify, assess, and mitigate risk to depositors’ funds and the guarantee fund. Your knowledge in the areas of corporate governance, finance, and credit risk management will support the execution of on-going monitoring, in-depth reviews, and intervention processes for PRFIs. You will assess regulatory approval requests from institutions to ensure compliance with legislation and regulatory requirements while also supporting the maintenance of the risk-based supervisory framework.

Position 2 – Associate Manager, Regulatory Policy & Prevention: 12 Month Term

This position is responsible for supporting the research, development, implementation, and communication of regulatory policy and prevention initiatives. You will participate in the development of regulatory policy to ensure an effective and responsible framework for the regulation of PRFIs. You will assist in the evaluation of guarantee fund strategies by assessing ongoing monitoring and reporting of credit union financial and non-financial performance, trends, developments, and emerging risks.

What you’ll need:

The ideal candidates will have a degree in business administration/commerce with three years of related experience in accounting, finance, policy development, financial services, or a regulatory environment. A designation or enrollment in a professional designation would be an asset. Core competencies include teamwork, communication, relationship management, conflict resolution, and problem solving.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for these positions is $73,529 – $91,911. For more information on the Corporation, please visit www.cudgc.sk.ca.

To Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter stating Competition Number AM-CUDGC by August 4, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. Please indicate which position(s) you are applying for. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions, and perspectives make our organization stronger.

Manager, Regulatory Policy and Prevention – 12 Month Term

Manager, Regulatory Policy & Prevention – 12 Month Term

Who are we?
Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation (the Corporation) is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

How you will spend your time:
Reporting to the Associate Vice-President, Regulatory Policy and Prevention, this position manages the research, development, implementation, and communication of regulatory policy and prevention initiatives.

You will:
• Develop regulatory policy to ensure an effective and responsible framework for the regulation of PRFIs
• Manage the Corporation’s preventive and guarantee fund strategies by assessing ongoing monitoring and reporting of credit union financial and non-financial performance, trends, developments, and emerging risks
• Work collaboratively with various cross-functional teams within the Corporation and manage relationships with peer regulators, credit union system partners, and the office of the      Registrar of Credit Unions
• Provide operational leadership to the department to ensure corporate goals and objectives are achieved

What you’ll need:
• Undergraduate degree in accounting, finance, or business, supplemented with a graduate degree or professional designation
• Five years of experience in a related field; experience in the financial services industry or a regulatory environment would be an asset
• The ability to interpret and apply policy, legislation, and regulatory standards are key requirements for this position
• Demonstrated success in facilitating discussions that leverage advanced presentation and negotiation skills

The core competencies include teamwork, change leadership, effective communication, impact and influence, conflict resolution, problem solving and decision making. Lending to your success is your ability to demonstrate your people leadership skills as a coach and mentor committed to developing the talents of others.

We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for this position is $93,117 to $116,394. For more information on the Corporation, please visit our website www.cudgc.sk.ca.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions and perspectives are good for building business.

Please submit your cover letter and resume stating competition number RPP-TERM by June 25, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Manager, Risk-Based Supervision

Manager, Risk-Based Supervision

Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation

Who are we?
Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation (the Corporation) is the deposit guarantor for Saskatchewan credit unions and the primary regulator for Saskatchewan credit unions and SaskCentral, together, Provincially Regulated Financial Institutions (PRFIs). We work closely with these institutions to ensure they employ sound business practices to enhance the strength and stability of the Saskatchewan credit union system.

How you will spend your time:
Reporting to the Associate Vice-President, Risk-Based Supervision, this position will provide leadership to a team of professionals and manage the application of the supervisory framework which proactively identifies, assesses, and mitigates risk to depositor funds and the guarantee fund.
You will:
• Manage and participate in the execution of on-going monitoring, review, and intervention processes for PRFIs, including analysis of financial performance and assessing the        effectiveness of risk management activities
• Assess regulatory approval requests to ensure compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements
• Manage strategic relationships with PRFI boards of directors and senior management
• Lead and support the maintenance of components of the risk-based supervisory framework
• Work closely with other departments to support effective regulation of PRFIs
Flexible hours and some travel is required as this business unit works with PRFIs across Saskatchewan.

What you’ll need:
• Undergraduate degree in accounting, finance or business supplemented with a graduate degree or professional designation
• Five years of experience in a related field. Experience in the financial services industry and exposure to governance and risk management would be an asset
• Demonstrated success in presenting information and facilitating discussions with key stakeholders
• The ability to interpret and apply policy, legislation, and regulation are key requirements for this position

The core competencies include teamwork, change leadership, effective communication, impact and influence, conflict resolution, problem solving and decision making. Lending to your success is your ability to demonstrate your people leadership skills as a coach and mentor committed to developing the talents of others.
We offer competitive compensation and benefits. The salary range for this position is $93,117 to $116,394. For more information on the Corporation, please visit our website www.cudgc.sk.ca.

The Corporation values and supports workplace diversity. We believe diverse ideas, opinions and perspectives are good for building business.

Please submit your cover letter and resume stating competition number MGR-RBS by June 23, 2021 to HR@cudgc.sk.ca. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Business Advisor

At Conexus, it’s not what we do, it’s how we do it.  

Our employees are authentic, bold, creative, and responsible. They are the reason we consistently deliver outstanding member experiences. They’re more than just individuals who come to work each day, each employee is a vital part of Conexus. We are passionate about our members’ financial health, and our employees reflect that passion. At Conexus it’s about more than conducting a banking transaction, it’s about creating a personalized experience for each member. We do this by keeping it simple and lending an ear to each member’s individual needs throughout Saskatchewan.

The bigger picture

We’re looking for two Business Advisors to join our commercial team in Regina, who are passionate about helping local businesses succeed.  You will be providing creative solutions that support our commercial business members financial well-being.

 How you’ll be spending your time

  • Providing needs based holistic financial advice to our commercial business members (e.g.: credit and wealth solutions; cash management services to support banking and deposit management)
  • Keeping up-to-date on industry trends to have proactive advice-based conversations fueled by a passion to improve the financial well-being of our business members
  • Marketing yourself to build your book of business in the local community
  • Making sure there’s a healthy balance between opportunity and risk and between growth and profitability for Conexus

The way people describe you

  • A self-starter with knowledge of financial statements and assessing risk
  • A natural people person who thrives on developing relationships within the business community
  • A collaborator who supports individuals, teams, projects and initiatives within our organization to help us grow
  • An ace at details, who’s highly accountable and delivers on expectations

The experience you bring

  • 2+ years in a business advisory role
  • Thorough understanding of financial statements and assessing risk
  • Strong credit underwriting ability
  • Proven relationship management skills
  • CSI Moody’s Certificate in Commercial Credit (CICC) or willingness to obtain this designation
  • Post-secondary education in Business, Finance, or Economics is an asset

So, what do you think – does this sound like you? Do you think you’re the right fit for Conexus and can rock this role? If you do, and you have the qualifications outlined above, then we encourage you to apply now. If you have questions about this position, please contact Heather at heather.howland@conexus.ca But act fast, the opportunity closes on June 17, 2021.

 

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