Morneau Shepell Job Application

Morneau Shepell  Job Application Process

You can get the chance to work at Morneau Shepell by applying online. Below, you can find the detailed information about the hiring process of Morneau Shepell which offers entry-level and managerial positions.

Morneau Shepell is Canada’s only consulting and outsourcing company that takes an integrative approach to health, benefits, retirement and employee assistance needs. We apply the expertise of our entire organization to develop innovative answers; be part of our team – working with other experts and professionals to listen and work together to deliver integrative solutions that fit.

Morneau Shepell Job Application

Apply Online Morneau Shepell Jobs

You can be a member of Morneau Shepell family by completing the hiring process which is explained below. In order to finish the application process, you can use the link provided below to access to the online application page where you can find out more about the position for which you want to apply.

Actuarial Analyst

We are in the business of helping organizations by offering them ways to improve the financial security, health and productivity of their employees. We believe that engaged individuals are the driving force behind an organization’s success; our employees make significant contributions, both internally and externally, to promoting this vision.

Responsibilities

  • Calculate various benefits (retirement, termination, death and divorce) in accordance with pension plan rules and applicable legislation;
  • Cooperate in the production and verification of annual statements (check data related to members, contributions, calculations, and validate written text) and other relevant reports;
  • Reply to requests by clients, trustees and pension plan members by communicating the information requested and doing appropriate follow-ups;
  • Perform other tasks in keeping with this function (PAR and PA calculations, pension indexation, etc.);
  • Assist with more complex calculations (buybacks and transfer agreements);
  • Be involved in special administration projects (adjusting data interfaces, modifying or improving the plans to be implemented in our pension administration system, etc.).

A successful Actuarial Analyst requires the following core qualifications and skills:

  • University education in actuarial science, mathematics, statistics or finance;
  • At least 2 years of relevant experience;
  • Attention to detail, initiative, organization and professionalism;
  • Flexibility, availability and ability to manage priorities effectively;
  • Good learning skills and good professional judgment;
  • Good customer service skills and ability to explain things in non-technical language;
  • Good sense of initiative and excellent problem-solving skills
  • Good knowledge of computer systems and software such as MS Word and Excel;
  • Speak and write French and English, good communication skills

Administrative Assistant

Morneau Shepell can provide clarity among plan options and take the strain out of communications between members, administrators and fund managers. Our Ariel administration system is a robust recordkeeping platform that supports membership database updates, and provides electronic data interfaces, calculations and transactions.
The incumbent provides administrative support to a team in the Defined Benefit Pension Administration practice area.

Responsibilities:

• Data entry on various systems including in-house pension administration system and Excel worksheets
• Performs mail merges for mass mailings to clients•• Provides general administration, including faxing, photocopying, filing and ordering supplies
• Monthly prepares client billings
• Opens, sorts, logs and distributes group mail
• Supports other administrative assistants when required
• Devises ways to continuously improve team operations
• Provides call centre line phone relief when required
• Assists with special projects, as required
• Compile outbound mail packages ensuring accuracy

Succeeding as an Administrative Assistant will require the core skills and qualifications:

• Ability to multitask
• Attention to detail is essential
• Post-secondary education or a minimum of two years of relevant experience
• Dedicated team player, who demonstrates initiative and independence
• Advanced skills with office equipment, including photocopier, colour printer, facsimile machine, stuffing machine and cerlox machine
• Exceptional customer focus with strong professional acumen
• Excellent communication and organizational skills
• A good understanding of personal computers and software, particularly MS Word, Excel and        PowerPoint (MS Office certificate preferred)
• Experience working in the group benefits or pension industry
• Bilingual in English and French would be considered an asset

Associate Client Manager

Reporting to the Director, the Associate Client Manager will act as the primary client relationship point for employers participating in a large health benefits trust plan, and is critical to the overall success of the service delivery model.

Responsibilities

  • Manage Employer hours reporting by developing a strong rapport with different agencies and personnel, and managing data accurately
  • Collect, consolidate and report on premium contributions using internal systems and QuickBooks
  • Work with the Benefits Consulting team to provide accurate reporting and information to the Board
  • Liaising with clients administrators regarding benefit administration concerns where required
  • Conducts testing of new and existing reports, statements and client web tools
  • Liaises with internal staff and client administrators concerning the administration of client benefit plans
  • Liaises with other departments regarding the administration of various accounts.
  • Logs client information, such as telephone calls received, into in-house software; follows-up as required
  • Devises ways to continuously improve team operations
  • Attends internal training sessions to build knowledge of industry topics and trends
  • Peer reviews work of other Client Services Representatives
  • Assist client service representatives in dealing with difficult situations though mentorship and example
  • Assists with the management of MSP premium reporting and enrollment
  • Reconciles Provincial Health reports
  • Performs other tasks and special projects, as required
  • commitment to a high level of accuracy, and accountability and pride in one’s work.

Succeeding as an Associate Client Manager   will require the following core qualifications and skills

  • Post-secondary education
  • Additional courses in Human Resources an asset (such as CEBS)
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience, some of which should be supervisory, in the group insurance, benefits, and/or pension industry
  • Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
  • Exceptional customer focus and strong professional acumen
  • Excellent communication, project management, presentation and negotiation skills
  • Proven leader with the ability to motivate and inspire team members
  • Mentor and coach, who demonstrates patience and intuition
  • Extremely organized self-starter, flexible, highly independent
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills and the ability to learn internal software quickly and thoroughly
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail within a specified time frame
  • Solid understanding of databases
  • Previous exposure to health and welfare trusts an asset

Benefits Analyst

The analyst works in a team and is responsible for providing support to both clients and the team.

Responsibilities

  • Responds to client inquiries pertaining to their group insurance plans
  • Builds the relationship between clients and other members of team
  • Reviews and analyzes benefit plan documentation
  • Updates client information on internal databases
  • Collaborates with internal administrators and insurance providers regarding administration of client plans
  • Analyzes payroll files, carrier files, and premium statements to ensure accuracy
  • Organizes mass communication and administration packages being sent to clients’ plan members
  • Attends and presents at internal training sessions to share/build knowledge of industry topics and trends
  • Ensures that quality control and service standards are attained with every transaction
  • Assists with special projects and perform business testing as required
  • Attends and participates in client meetings on occasion

Succeeding as a Benefits Analyst will require the following core qualifications and skills

  • 1 – 2 years relevant experience
  • Post-secondary education and related courses in group benefits (CEBS)
  • Excellent mathematical and analytical skills
  • Exceptional customer focus
  • Strong communication and organizational skills
  • Dedicated team player, who demonstrates initiative and independence
  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to manage multiple assignments
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and the ability to learn internal software quickly and thoroughly

Morneau Shepell Application Form/PDF

You can check whether there is printable application form available for Morneau Shepell and you can download it if there is one. You can either submit the application form in person or you can send it via email.

How to Apply for Morneau Shepell Jobs;

https://www.morneaushepell.com/ca-en/careers

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