Salary Range : Salary commensurate with experience Appointment : Indeterminate Language Proficiency : Bilingual Imperative CBC / CBC Security : Secret Clearance Vacancies : 1 Area of Selection : Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.
Closing Date : 25 September 2018 - 23 : 59, Pacific Time Duties :
The Office of the Chief Actuary provides a range of actuarial valuation and advisory services to the Government of Canada.
These valuations assess the financial status of some of the most important social programs in Canada including the Canada Pension Plan (which is a joint responsibility of the Government of Canada and the provincial governments), the Old Age Security program, Employment Insurance and others.
In doing so, the OCA plays a vital role in ensuring that Canadians can continue to rely on and benefit from commitments made by the Government of Canada and provincial governments to finance programs that are critical to the well-
being of a great many Canadians.
The Chief Actuary is also accountable for providing to the President of Treasury Board actuarial reports and long-term financial projections in respect of many benefits and pension programs including the pension plans for the core public service, the RCMP, Members of Parliament, federally appointed judges, and the Canadian Forces.
The Chief Actuary also acts as a representative of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions and the Government of Canada to multiple stakeholders including parliamentary committees and international associations.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal person will be a recognized leader and highly qualified actuary who will bring a high level of engagement and commitment along with excellent communication skills.
The individual will have a strong focus on building and maintaining effective relationships, partnerships and networks of contacts with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders.
He or she will represent OSFI in a manner that upholds the highest standards of ethics and professionalism.