Manager, System Credit

About Credit Union Central of Manitoba

Credit Union of Manitoba (CUCM) is the trade association and service provider for the province’s 17 autonomous credit unions. CUCM’s purpose is to provide strategic leadership for credit unions, and to deliver high-value solutions that help each credit union achieve its vision.

The role

Reporting to the Vice President, Lending & Compliance, the incumbent plays a lead role managing all aspects of system credit, risk management, and loan adjudication while serving the growth and competitive needs of credit unions. As the Manager, System Credit, your role will encompass the following:

  • Directly manage, lead, guide, engage, develop, and encourage the adjudication team.
  • Form part of the system credit committee, responsible for managing system credit risk.
  • Provide input to strategies that support the Lending Services, Compliance, and Manual Departments business goals and objectives.
  • Provide consulting services to credit unions lending personnel and, where necessary, meet with Central’s legal counsel to discuss options.
  • Play a critical role in delivery of lending conferences and workshops.
  • Demonstrate loan portfolio management and risk mitigation for complex credit applications.
  • Provide input into Lending Services components of CUCM Enterprise Risk Management program.
  • Review and make recommendations to Model Loan Policy and credit union lending policies.
  • Develop industry resources to be available to credit union lending staff and keep apprised of all industry and market developments.
  • Communicate with all lending relationships inclusive of industry partners, credit union personnel, Deposit Guarantee Corporation of Manitoba, and other internal/external stakeholders.
  • Make recommendations to process improvements in Lending Services

The person

You bring strong relationship building skills, sound analysis and decision-making competencies and have a thorough knowledge of legislation pertaining to lending and of the commercial/agricultural marketplace.  You are a strong communicator. You are an expert negotiator with strong interpersonal skills with ability to diplomatically manage and attempt to reconcile conflicting demands and viewpoints, combined with personable and effective client management skills.

You a natural collaborator; driven by the challenge of change, with the ability to adapt your focus or approach based on what the situation requires. You are technologically savvy and up to date with technological developments as it relates to financial services.

Education & Experience

Your background includes a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a similar capacity with a focus on Commercial Credit Adjudication. Experience with Agriculture Lending would be of benefit. Education equivalent to completion of three- or four-year bachelor’s degree, ideally in commerce or business administration, or related experience is required.

The Company

We offer an excellent total compensation and benefits package including an incentive pay program, an extensive community service program, training and development opportunities, and a work environment that engages and enables our employees to serve our members. The salary will relate to qualifications and experience.

We are committed to providing a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment where your unique background, perspectives and talent are valued.

Our office is located in downtown Winnipeg close to the Canada Life Centre.  In the current environment, employees have the ability to work from home.

Credit Union Central of Manitoba (CUCM) is the trade association for Manitoba’s credit unions and as such manages liquidity reserves, monitors credit granting procedures and provides trade services in areas such as corporate governance, government relations, representation, and advocacy. CUCM also provides human resources services, research, communications, planning, lending, compliance, and risk management services to credit unions. Manitoba credit unions jointly own CUCM and it is financed through assessments and fee income derived through its operations.

CUCM welcomes applications from people with disabilities.  Accommodations are available upon request during the assessment and selection process.

The salary will relate to qualifications and experience. The annual base salary range for this position is $115,000-$137,000.

Closing Date: Wednesday, December 31, 2023

To apply please go to: https://cucm.applicantpro.com/jobs/3144605

Sr. Data Analyst

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. Our employees tell us SaskCentral is a great place to work where you can have a challenging, rewarding career with a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

Our commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility: We celebrate strength in diversity as it contributes to our collective success. We encourage applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply for roles that interest them. Your individuality is welcome here.

Sr. Data Analyst
SaskCentral is focused on an enterprise-wide journey dedicated to ensuring the success and financial viability of Saskatchewan credit unions. Acting as a utility, we are dedicated to ensuring access to clearing and settlement functions through our own clearing capability as well as that of owned and partner entities.

The Job
Are you a seasoned data management professional with a passion for transforming raw data into strategic business insights? If you are experienced in overseeing the design, build, and optimization of data systems, designing data governance structures, and providing technical leadership, we want you on our team. We are seeking a Sr. Data Analyst to optimize end-user experiences and contribute to corporate decision-making through specialized expertise in data systems and infrastructure.

In this position you will act as a key partner to the business by designing, implementing and operating system solutions to address data related opportunities and challenges.  You will lead the day-to-day design, maintenance, and operations of the data warehouse environment. Your experience positions you to propose and apply controls, processes, and procedures to improve the data environment’s security, stability, accuracy, and value.  As a technical leader, you will provide guidance and mentorship to internal users in the use of SQL and PowerBI tools to create reports and dashboards.

The Candidate
You have proven expertise in designing, building, and optimizing data systems and experience in establishing and maintaining data governance structures. You are a strong technical leader with mentoring capabilities and a robust skillset in ETL data modeling, mining, and analysis techniques.  Proficiency in SQL and Power BI development tools (dashboarding and paginated reports) and C# is a requirement.

You have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, mathematics, or another other business-related field, or a combination of significant experience with relevant professional certification.

If you are ready to bring your skills to a dynamic and collaborative environment, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume and cover letter in confidence by the end of day Friday, December 1, 2023 on the SaskCentral Career Page.

We thank all applicants for their interest.  Those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Director, Payments

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. Our employees tell us SaskCentral is a great place to work where you can have a challenging, rewarding career with a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

Our commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility: We celebrate strength in diversity as it contributes to our collective success. We encourage applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply for roles that interest them. Your individuality is welcome here.

Director, Payments 

SaskCentral is focused on an enterprise-wide journey dedicated to ensuring the success and financial viability of Saskatchewan credit unions. Acting as a utility, we are dedicated to ensuring access to clearing and settlement functions through our own clearing capability as well as that of owned and partner entities.

The Job

The Director of Payments is responsible for overseeing and optimizing all payment operations at SaskCentral. You work collaboratively with a talented team and various stakeholders to develop and implement strategies that enhance efficiency and effectiveness for our member credit unions.

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), this role works closely with both internal and external cross-functional teams, representing SaskCentral with partner organizations to lead payment strategies in alignment with the organization’s major initiatives.

You will develop and execute a payments strategy aligned with SaskCentral’s purpose, vision, and strategy that addresses the risks and opportunities through payments modernization. You will develop and lead change management initiatives, fostering a culture of customer-centricity across the organization.

The Candidate

We want to hear from you if you are regarded in the industry as subject matter expert with deep professional knowledge on Payments products, payments modernization in Canada. The successful candidate will have exceptional interpersonal skills and 10 years of experience with demonstrated success at leading, planning and managing business and operational performance. You will be adept at thinking long term, identifying risks and opportunities for both the immediate and longer-term horizons.

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume in confidence by the end of day Friday, November 24, 2023 on the SaskCentral Career Page.

We thank all applicants for their interest.  Those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Software Quality Assurance Specialist

Open to any location in Canada (ability to work from your home office)

Apply by October 9

Annual Salary: $53,248 – $73,216

Innovation Federal Credit Union has a bold ambition. In addition to being Canada’s newest Federal Credit Union, we will be the most digital, member-centric organization in our industry. We are on a journey to embrace the core tenets of the digital business model, like ideation, the network effect, personalized segmentation, coopetition, and agile ways of working.

We come to work to simplify banking for all Canadians – that’s our purpose.

How does this position help fulfill Innovation’s purpose?  Glad you asked!

Reporting to the VP Member Platform Development, the Software Quality Assurance Specialist is responsible for testing the functionality and usability of new or existing software and assessing software quality through manual testing. This position will work closely with developers, providing feedback to produce top-quality programs that meet stakeholder expectations.

WIIFY (what’s in it for you):

  • Competitive Salary
  • Diverse and Inclusive Culture that continues to evolve
  • Flexible work arrangement options
  • Strong benefit package
  • 7% Superannuation matched contribution program
  • Attractive variable incentive program
  • Wellness Days to create appropriate work/life balance
  • Paid Education opportunities to ensure our members have the most equipped staff to help them
  • A purpose-driven organization that focuses on the values of Accountability, Integrity and Respect
  • And lots more reasons to love where you work and what you do!

What our team is looking for:

  • growth mindset that emulates Model, Coach and Care behaviours in every activity and approach
  • A solution mindset that feeds inertia
  • An ambassador willing to promote our team inside and outside the organization.
  • Somebody who is digitally capable and wants to dig into new technology with enthusiasm!
  • Somebody who can work with occasional ambiguity with a focus on process evolution.
  • A mindset of Solve, Serve, Sell – a problem solver, serving our members directly or indirectly, and selling our brand!
  • Somebody to sweat the small stuff, but also see the big picture.
  • Personality and Energy – a flair for polish, and you bring your personal, creative touch to everything you do!

What will you do?

  • Review, analyze and understand the system specifications.
  • Design and create test plans, scenarios, scripts and procedures.
  • Execute manual and/or automated tests on the software application.
  • Perform testing on web and mobile devices.
  • Analyze test results, identify bugs and glitches, and report them to development teams.
  • Ensure offerings are entirely functional and provide quality assurance for software products.
  • Work with cross-functional teams to ensure quality throughout the software development lifecycle.
  • Advise best practices and optimizations throughout testing and bug-fixing processes.
  • Establish and implement rigorous reporting and automated monitoring systems.
  • Implement feedback and changes whenever possible.

Some things that would impress us:

  • Completion of a post-secondary program in Computer Science or a related field
  • Minimum 6 years’ experience in quality assurance, software testing and troubleshooting; previous experience in financial services would be considered an asset
  • Previous experience in core banking system, online and mobile banking applications is an asset
  • Experience or working knowledge of project management and QA methodology
  • Familiarity with both Waterfall and Agile frameworks
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills working with software development teams

Interested?

Click the ‘Apply now’ button!

Innovation Federal Credit Union acknowledges that Indigenous peoples are the traditional guardians of this land that we call Canada.  In Saskatchewan we are on treaty lands and these treaties serve to govern our relationships with Indigenous people.  We are dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of Reconciliation and treaties are honoured and respected.

Director, Enterprise Risk Management

Director, Enterprise Risk Management

SaskCentral provides a balance of energy and support to employees. Under the direction of a new CEO, SaskCentral is on a focused enterprise-wide journey dedicated to ensuring the success and financial viability of Saskatchewan credit unions. To support this journey, we have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, trusted professional to develop and maintain risk management frameworks and policies that promote a forward-looking risk culture that stresses integrity and effective risk management throughout SaskCentral.

The Job

The ERM function is expected to have processes and controls in place to assess the accuracy of potential business line risk information or analysis and offer objective reporting to the board, the risk committee and senior management.

Reporting to the Chief Risk Officer (CRO), you will influence SaskCentral’s risk-taking activities while remaining unbiased and providing an objective view to the risk committee, operations within the ERM framework and in the ongoing assessment of risk-taking activities.

This position provides oversight to SaskCentral’s annual ICAAP, continuity management program and recovery plan framework.  You will oversee risk management frameworks and policies in accordance with regulatory requirements and identify, measure, monitor and report on potential risks at an enterprise level. This role provides oversight and challenges practices, when necessary, with both internal and external committees to support the ERM practices of SaskCentral.

The Candidate

The successful candidate will have in-depth knowledge of ERM frameworks and 10 years of experience with financial institution risk management. You will have an undergraduate degree in finance and/or risk-related field, preferably complemented with a risk management-related certification or designation (e.g. CPA, CFA, FSA). You use advanced reporting applications for financial and risk modeling/reporting. Coding in risk-related software or Excel is desirable but not required.

Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume in confidence by the end of day Thursday, October 5, 2023 on the SaskCentral Career Page.

Our commitment to inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility: We celebrate strength in diversity as it contributes to our collective success. We encourage applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply for roles that interest them. Your individuality is welcome here.

We thank all applicants for their interest.  Those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Compliance Specialist

Apply By September 27

Annual Salary: $53,248 – $73,216

Innovation Federal Credit Union has a bold ambition. In addition to being Canada’s newest Federal Credit Union, we will be the most digital, member-centric organization in our industry. We are on a journey to embrace the core tenets of the digital business model, like ideation, the network effect, personalized segmentation, coopetition, and agile ways of working.

We come to work to simplify banking for all Canadians – that’s our purpose.

How does this position help fulfill Innovation’s purpose?  Glad you asked!

Reporting to the Manager, Compliance, the Compliance Specialist will support the management of Financial Consumer Protection Framework Requirements across the enterprise through the use of self-assessment tools, conducting monitoring and testing activities, and integrating results into the regulatory compliance management program for risk assessment. This individual will conduct due diligence reviews and monitoring and testing activities of outsourcing and third-party arrangements including Fintech partnerships for compliance and regulatory requirements.

WIIFY (what’s in it for you):

  • Competitive Salary
  • Diverse and Inclusive Culture that continues to evolve
  • Flexible work arrangement options
  • Strong benefit package
  • 7% Superannuation matched contribution program
  • Attractive variable incentive program
  • Wellness Days to create appropriate work/life balance
  • Paid Education opportunities to ensure our members have the most equipped staff to help them
  • A purpose-driven organization that focuses on the values of Accountability, Integrity and Respect
  • And lots more reasons to love where you work and what you do!

What our team is looking for:

  • growth mindset that emulates Model, Coach and Care behaviours in every activity and approach
  • A solution mindset that feeds inertia
  • An ambassador willing to promote our team inside and outside the organization.
  • Somebody who is digitally capable and wants to dig into new technology with enthusiasm!
  • Somebody who can work with occasional ambiguity with a focus on process evolution.
  • A mindset of Solve, Serve, Sell – a problem solver, serving our members directly or indirectly, and selling our brand!
  • Somebody to sweat the small stuff, but also see the big picture.
  • Personality and Energy – a flair for polish, and you bring your personal, creative touch to everything you do!

What will you do?

  • Assist in maturing the financial consumer protection framework requirements across the enterprise through the use of self-assessment tools, conducting monitoring and testing activities and integrating results into the regulatory compliance management program for risk assessment
  • Assist with conducting oversight and drafting reporting (internal and regulatory) associated with complaint handling obligations
  • Conduct due diligence reviews and monitoring and testing activities of outsourcing and third-party arrangements as well as Fintech partnerships for compliance with regulatory requirements including OSFI B-10 (Outsourcing of Business Activities, Functions and Processes), Bank Act and FCAC consumer provision obligations
  • Contribute to internal, public and regulatory reporting
  • Provide guidance and support to others on compliance matters
  • Support the development, review and maintenance of compliance policies, practices, and procedures
  • May be required to perform activities in support of the AML/ATF Compliance Program which may include AML or fraud alert investigations, Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD) reviews, assist with regulatory examinations, amongst other activities

Some things that would impress us:

  • Completion of a post-secondary program or a combination of industry related education and equivalent experience. Experience within a federally regulated institution is an asset.
  • Three years of experience in regulatory compliance management with focus on Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) and Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) requirements, risk assessments and compliance testing or a related role. Experience with Resolver or a similar compliance software tool is an asset.
  • Working knowledge and understanding of applicable legislation and regulations (federal and provincial)
  • Effective use of interpersonal and communication skills to connect with groups across the organization and build/manage stakeholder relationships
  • Organizational and planning skills with attention to detail and follow-through

Interested?

Click the ‘Apply now’ button!

Innovation Federal Credit Union acknowledges that Indigenous peoples are the traditional guardians of this land that we call Canada.  In Saskatchewan we are on treaty lands and these treaties serve to govern our relationships with Indigenous people.  We are dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of Reconciliation and treaties are honoured and respected.

Commercial Account Manager II – remote available

About Credit Union Central of Manitoba

Credit Union of Manitoba (CUCM) is the trade association and service provider for the province’s 17 autonomous credit unions. CUCM’s purpose is to provide strategic leadership for credit unions, and to deliver high-value solutions that help each credit union achieve its vision.

The role

As a subject matter expert, the incumbent plays a lead role in coaching, guiding, and training credit unions in all aspects of credit adjudication.  You will demonstrate loan portfolio management and risk mitigation for complex credit clients through the review of financial statements, cash flow mechanics, business plans, identifying trends, monitoring risk, and assessing for credit restructuring.

This position will provide consulting services to credit unions lending personnel and, where necessary, meet with Central’s legal counsel to discuss legal options.   Plays a central role in maintaining the operations manual, ensuring content is accurate and consistent with industry practices and Manitoba law.  You will structure, negotiate, and document complex credit submissions and negotiate all terms of credit with credit unions in a fair and respectful manner.

The person

You bring strong relationship building skills, sound analysis and decision-making competencies and have a thorough knowledge of legislation pertaining to lending and of the commercial marketplace.  You are an expert negotiator with strong interpersonal skills with ability to diplomatically manage and attempt to reconcile conflicting demands and viewpoints, combined with personable and effective client management skills.

You a natural collaborator; driven by the challenge of change, with the ability to adapt your focus or approach based on what the situation requires.

Education & Experience

Your background includes a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a similar capacity with a focus on Commercial Lending and Credit Adjudication. Knowledge of Agricultural Lending would be of benefit. Education equivalent to completion of three- or four-year bachelor’s degree, ideally in commerce or business administration or related experience is required.

The Company

We offer an excellent total compensation and benefits package including an incentive pay program, an extensive community service program, training and development opportunities, and a work environment that engages and enables our employees to serve our members.

We are committed to providing a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment where your unique background, perspectives and talent are valued.

Our office is located in downtown Winnipeg close to the Canada Life Centre.  In the current environment, employees have the ability to work from home.

Credit Unions in Manitoba are governed by Manitoba’s Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act. CUCM manages their liquidity reserves, monitors credit granting procedures and provides trade services in areas such as corporate governance, government relations, representation, and advocacy. CUCM also provides human resources services, research, communications, planning, lending, compliance, and risk management services to credit unions. Manitoba credit unions jointly own CUCM and it is financed through assessments and fee income derived through its operations.

The Company

Interested candidates are asked to submit a resume and cover letter to hrcucm@cucm.org (Please note NCL has indicated the apply now functionality of this website has been turned off due to errors so please do not apply this way).

Director, Third Party RIsk Management

Annual Salary: $96,429 – $132,590

Innovation Federal Credit Union has a bold ambition. In addition to being Canada’s newest Federal Credit Union, we will be the most digital, member-centric organization in our industry. We are on a journey to embrace the core tenets of the digital business model, like ideation, the network effect, personalized segmentation, coopetition, and agile ways of working.

We come to work to simplify banking for all Canadians – that’s our purpose.

How does this position help fulfill Innovation’s purpose?  Glad you asked!

Reporting to the Chief Risk Officer, the Director, Third Party Risk Management leads the third-party risk management (TPRM) program for Innovation Federal Credit Union. The TPRM program includes various activities such as servicer reviews for critical third-party arrangements. The role also provides leadership in the use of the GRC tool (Resolver) and is responsible to maintain and enhance the tool to ensure its ongoing effectiveness for the Operational Risk programs.

WIIFY (what’s in it for you):

  • Competitive Salary
  • Diverse and Inclusive Culture that continues to evolve
  • Flexible work arrangement options
  • Strong benefit package
  • 7% Superannuation matched contribution program
  • Attractive variable incentive program
  • Wellness Days to create appropriate work/life balance
  • Paid Education opportunities to ensure our members have the most equipped staff to help them
  • A purpose-driven organization that focuses on the values of Accountability, Integrity and Respect
  • And lots more reasons to love where you work and what you do!

What our team is looking for:

  • growth mindset that emulates Model, Coach and Care behaviours in every activity and approach
  • A solution mindset that feeds inertia
  • An ambassador willing to promote our team inside and outside the organization.
  • Somebody who is digitally capable and wants to dig into new technology with enthusiasm!
  • Somebody who can work with occasional ambiguity with a focus on process evolution.
  • A mindset of Solve, Serve, Sell – a problem solver, serving our members directly or indirectly, and selling our brand!
  • Somebody to sweat the small stuff, but also see the big picture.
  • Personality and Energy – a flair for polish, and you bring your personal, creative touch to everything you do!

What will you do?

  • Support the management of development and validation approaches to credit union risk modeling and measurement, risk assessment and mitigation within the ORM and ERM frameworks
  • Monitor and evaluate policy and procedures for enterprise risk and make recommendations for improvement to ensure policies and procedures are enacted accurately and effectively communicate key control provisions
  • Lead the organization’s third-party risk management program that includes servicer reviews for critical third-party arrangements, with appropriate reporting and escalation of issues
  • Lead the implementation and roll-out of the GRC tool (Resolver) and ensure its capabilities are developed, maintained and enhanced for continued support of the Operational Risk programs
  • Apply technical aspects of federal credit union regulation to practical business scenarios
  • Review the assessed risk when making decisions, ensuring compliance with all regulatory requirements
  • All leaders are responsible for ensuring day-to-day compliance with the policies and procedures that are relevant to their operational areas. They are also required to monitor and identify any instances of non-compliance during day-to-day activities and, if material, to notify the VP ERM, who will report to the Executive Leadership Team and the Board
  • Identify deficiencies and advise of potential risk situations
  • Identify the adequacy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the organization’s internal controls

Some things that would impress us:

  • University degree in Commerce, Business Administration, Public Administration, Law, or related discipline
  • 10 years of job-related experience or an equivalent combination of education, experience and learning, preferably within the credit union system
  • Advanced knowledge of operational risk management practices, GRC tools (e.g., Resolver) and third-party risk management

Interested?

Click the ‘Apply now’ button!

Innovation Federal Credit Union acknowledges that Indigenous peoples are the traditional guardians of this land that we call Canada.  In Saskatchewan we are on treaty lands and these treaties serve to govern our relationships with Indigenous people.  We are dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of Reconciliation and treaties are honoured and respected.

Information Governance Specialist

Open to any location in Canada
Innovation Credit Union – Find Branch(innovationcu.ca) or ability to work from your home office

Apply By August 20

Annual Salary: $71,635 – $98,498

Innovation Federal Credit Union has a bold ambition. In addition to being Canada’s newest Federal Credit Union, we will be the most digital, member-centric organization in our industry. We are on a journey to embrace the core tenets of the digital business model, like ideation, the network effect, personalized segmentation, coopetition, and agile ways of working.

We come to work to simplify banking for all Canadians – that’s our purpose.

How does this position help fulfill Innovation’s purpose?  Glad you asked!

The Information Governance Specialist is responsible to support the operation of the Information Governance function including:

  • Data Definitions and Rules Management
    • Understands the business and its data needs.
    • Ensures data definitions and rules accurately reflect the business needs.
  • Data Controls and Metrics Management
    • Supports system and process data controls that are in place.
    • Monitors data health metrics and alerts the Information Governance Lead when these controls are not being effective or are missing.
  • Support the regulatory reporting system (OSFI, Bank of Canada, CDIC)
  • DTGC support and reporting assistance to the Information Governance Lead.

The core objectives of this role are:

  • To support the functional Subject Matter Experts data stewardship responsibilities.
  • To support the improvement of data management efficiency.
  • To support the process for addressing data issues.
  • To maintain documentation of business data requirements including business definitions, rules, and quality thresholds.
  • To support the maintenance and development of the regulatory reporting system.

WIIFY (what’s in it for you):

  • Competitive Salary
  • Diverse and Inclusive Culture that continues to evolve
  • Flexible work arrangement options
  • Strong benefit package
  • 7% Superannuation matched contribution program
  • Attractive variable incentive program
  • Wellness Days to create appropriate work/life balance
  • Paid Education opportunities to ensure our members have the most equipped staff to help them
  • A purpose-driven organization that focuses on the values of Accountability, Integrity and Respect
  • And lots more reasons to love where you work and what you do!

What our team is looking for:

  • growth mindset that emulates Model, Coach and Care behaviours in every activity and approach
  • A solution mindset that feeds inertia
  • An ambassador willing to promote our team inside and outside the organization.
  • Somebody who is digitally capable and wants to dig into new technology with enthusiasm!
  • Somebody who can work with occasional ambiguity with a focus on process evolution.
  • A mindset of Solve, Serve, Sell – a problem solver, serving our members directly or indirectly, and selling our brand!
  • Somebody to sweat the small stuff, but also see the big picture.
  • Personality and Energy – a flair for polish, and you bring your personal, creative touch to everything you do!

What will you do?

  • Support the management of the regulatory reporting system including the Bank of Canada and OSFI Portals.
  • Administer Microsoft Purview including the curation of data assets, glossary, asset classification, and user management.
  • Maintain IG Yammer Site with announcements, educational posts, and training.
  • Support the development of Information Governance training, policies, procedures, and user guides.
  • Monitor OSFI, CDIC sites for new updates to reports.
  • Support the analysis of the complexity of OSFI changes in collaboration with BI and SMEs.
  • Gather and analyze requirements for any additions to the enterprise data model.
  • Serve as backup Scrum Master for the IG agile team.

Some things that would impress us:

  • Agile training or certification is an asset.
  • Experience with regulatory reporting in a federal FI environment.
  • Experience with DevOps and working experience with business glossary and data profiling technologies.
  • An understanding of data modeling concepts.
  • Strong analytic skills.
  • Ability to define opportunities and problems, collect and analyze data, establish facts and make valid conclusions.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Innovative, critical thinker capable of operating both in a strategic capacity (big-picture perspective, asks “why”) and a hands-on/execution capacity (detail-oriented).
  • Strong sense of ownership, initiative, and urgency in addressing issues and following up.
  • Intermediate-level knowledge of data governance and data management practices.
  • Experience working with Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SharePoint is an asset.
  • Ability to influence and collaborate with teams of senior technical professionals.
  • Proven skills to work effectively across internal functional areas in ambiguous situations.

Interested?

Click the ‘Apply now’ button!

Innovation Federal Credit Union acknowledges that Indigenous peoples are the traditional guardians of this land that we call Canada.  In Saskatchewan we are on treaty lands and these treaties serve to govern our relationships with Indigenous people.  We are dedicated to ensuring that the spirit of Reconciliation and treaties are honoured and respected.

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