First Nations Bank of Canada (“FNBC”) is a competitive, service-oriented Canadian Chartered bank focused on providing financial services to the Indigenous marketplace in Canada. As a majority Indigenous-owned and controlled entity (over 80%), this federally regulated financial institution focuses primarily on serving the financial services needs of Indigenous customers across the country through a network of full-service branches, community banking centers and electronic banking channels.
FNB Trust is FNBC’s wholly owned trust company providing Indigenous Trust Services to Indigenous governments and organizations across Canada. FNB Trust supports and enhances the capacity of the trusts and the trustees in alignment with FNBC’s mission toward long-term economic well-being of Indigenous Peoples.
Reporting directly to the Vice-President of FNB Trust Indigenous Trust Services, the Trust Administrator will be accountable for administration of all client trusts. As a Trust Administrator, you are responsible for supporting trust client service goals by ensuring all administrative requirements associated with each client trust agreement are met. You are client-focused and efficient, with a strong sense of proactivity and effective at working in a team. You are a proven, highly skilled professional with experience in trust administration of varying complexity, and within the scope of your role you will need to plan, administer and report in accordance with the terms and conditions of client trust agreements.
This is a national position. Candidates from all Canadian regions will be considered, with preference to those able to be based from our Saskatoon, Winnipeg or Vancouver offices. Our Saskatoon and Vancouver offices are located on First Nation lands.
- Proven experience in and understanding trust agreement terms and conditions.
- Effective at building and maintaining client and team collaboration.
- Proven ability to manage competing priorities without losing focus on key accountabilities.
- Strong interpersonal, verbal communication and negotiation skills and professionalism.
- High proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
- Deep understanding of Indigenous trust administration and a demonstrated ability to work in an environment that demands tact, objectivity, sensitivity and high attention to detail.
Education and Other Requirements:
- University undergraduate degree.
- Minimum of 3 years of directly related experience.
- Proven success in Indigenous trust administration.
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Please submit your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit: www.fnbtrust.ca