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      • Victoria, British Columbia
      • Contract
      We are now seeking an experienced Investment Accountant for a temporary position with an immediate start. This position is the department expert for all accounting functions and financial reporting standards related to the company’s pension plans. This position will be the key resource and contact within Pension Services for senior management, auditors, plan actuaries, governing bodies (pension boards and committees) on accounting matters and provides advice, consultation and recommendations on accounting, internal controls, financial reporting, tax and related issues.Opportunity: Temporary, Full time (3-6 months, potentially longer)Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30AM - 5:00PM (flexible)Location: Victoria, BC (combination of office & work from home)Pay: $36 - $40/hr, based on experienceStart: ASAPAdvantages- Immediate start- Weekly pay- Transit accessible location- Excellent opportunity with a well respected organization ResponsibilitiesFinancial accounting:- Oversees the accuracy of all financial transactions, journal entries and financial accounting records, Money Purchase and Staff Pension Plans and the Supplemental Benefit Arrangement- Review reconciliations and transactions of pension and benefit reports, contribution reports, investment portfolio reports, and bank reconciliations- Identify discrepancies, determining corrective action, and initiating, delegating to Pension Services staff, or making recommendations to Director, Pension Services, the Pension Board or Committees, or Senior Management.- Works with plan custodian, investment managers, senior management and Pensions staff to consult, determine corrective action, and make recommendations.- Develop formulae and processes for the equitable allocation of expenses amongst funds and plans - Recommend to the Director or governing authority on the development of internal controls, new templates and reports to improve financial record-keeping and reporting- Provide leadership to Pension Services staff who are involved in processing and recording financial transactionsFinancial statements- Complete or oversee the preparation of working papers and annual financial statements for each of the three pension plans (Combination, Money Purchase and Staff) including statement and note preparation in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for pension plans, and within deadlines.- Review and approve the methodology used to value investments (bonds, equities, real estate, infrastructure, and currency contracts) to ensure it is in accordance with fair value accounting standards- Obtain risk metrics from investment managers and actuary (eg: bond ratings, duration measures, return expectations, volatility assumptions) in order to prepare the risk management disclosure portion of statements- Following consultation with the plan actuary, senior management and/or pension audit committees, communicate best estimate economic and demographic assumptions to be used by the plan actuary for valuation of plan liabilities, provide the actuary with the data required for the calculations and set the deadline for the actuary- Prepare all yearend accruals and postings- Prepare information necessary for financial statement disclosure of pension plans - Prepares and/or ensures the preparation of all materials and documentation for annual audit, and is the key contact and works directly with external auditors for audit planning, field work, engagement letters, and management representationletters, as well as for resolving any issues identified during the auditCalculations of various rates of return - Develop formulae and processes for calculating the gross and net rates of return- Arrangement for various time periods (monthly, quarterly, YTD, and 1-10 year annualized)- Develop formulae and processes for allocating net returns to various accounts and funds within the pension plans and to members’ individual defined contribution accounts (regular, voluntary and variable benefit)- Analyse data for discrepancies and if necessary, develop and recommend changes or modifications to formulae such as when there are large flows in/out of funds or large fluctuations in market values- Compare internally calculated rates of return with information provided by investment managers and performance measurement consultants, research material differences and report them to Director- Modify internal calculation methodology, as required to reflect industry standardsQuantitative portion of various reports to members, boards or committees- Prepare financial and statistical summaries for inclusion in quarterly and annual reports to members, pension boards and - Prepare financial and statistical summaries for inclusion in quarterly and annual reports to members, pension boards and members, boards orcommittees and for strategic planning reports to management, and governing boards and committees- Analyze internal financial and statistical records, surveys, and reports from the plan custodian, investment managers, investment consultant, measurement service- Prepare statistical calculations and chartsPreparing tax and other regulatory reports and surveys and ensuring compliance with tax law- Oversee the completion of regulatory reports and surveys that require financial or quantitative data within established or statutory deadlines- Complete and file T3P trust returns under the Income Tax Act- Complete and file IRS returns for the plans- Calculate or oversee the calculations of deemed supply for each pension plan and the resulting GST under the Excise Tax Act- Prepare or oversee the preparation and filing of GST annual returns and rebates for the pension plans- Complete or oversee the completion of Statistics Canada surveys, Annual Information Returns and Financial Information Returns for Pension Standards and Canada Revenue Agency, and industry surveys (eg: CAUBO, PIAC,Benefits Canada, Canadian Pension Fund Survey)- Extract, manipulate, reconcile and summarize data as necessary to support reporting and filings.- Research tax and other implications of different plan investment products or pension benefit provisions abreast of new tax or other regulatory changes that have implications for the plan Recommend steps the plans need to take to ensure compliance with tax lawsAsset allocation- Ensure that pension plan assets are allocated to investment managers in compliance with investment policies- Review the market value of investments by asset class and manager for each pension plan and fund, calculate relative weights and compare the weights to investment policy- Monitor cash flows monthly to identify net cash flows- Allocate net cash flows to/from investment managers in accordance with policy, taking into consideration the market values of investment portfolios and liquidity requirements,- Recommend transfers of funds between classes and / or managers to bring allocations back to ranges or levels established in policies or to reflect changes in investment policy- Coordinate the timing of transfers to minimize time “out of the market” by consulting with the investment managers on the timing of redemptions and new investments- Prepare all necessary forms to effect the transfersBudget planning, development and monitoring - Develop the annual department budget and provide recommendations to support distribution of expense recoveries to each of the pension plans.- Monitor, forecast and report on the annual operating budget both to the Director and for the respective Board/Committees.- Authorize and monitor expenditures against budget- Develop and implement new budgeting processes as requiredQualifications- Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or economics- Must have a professional accounting designation (CPA (CGA, CA, CMA))- 6 years of progressive accounting experience, culminating at a senior level including experience preparing financial statements, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.- Experience with record keeping and financial reporting for pension plans and investment funds would be an asset- Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and auditing standards, financial controls, legislation (eg: Income Tax Act, Excise Tax Act, etc.) and their application to pension plan financial accounting and reporting.- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.- Strong interpersonal skills to deal with external service providers.- Ability to accomplish tasks or projects within strict deadlines, in collaboration with other department staff and with minimal supervision.- Effective verbal and written communication skills.- Excellent computer skills including spreadsheets, databases and word processingsoftware.- Understanding of investment concepts, calculations and reporting. - Previous investment experience preferred.SummaryIf this sounds like you, then please apply here today and one of our Staffing Consultants will be in touch. Alternatively, please email your resume to misty.therrien@randstad.ca, or raj.sra@randstad.ca. All applications are welcome, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted.Randstad oversees various temporary and permanent roles such as: Reception, Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants, Customer Service/Client Support, Inside Sales, Data Entry, Human Resources, Marketing, Accounting, Warehouse, General Labour, Operations, and Skilled Trade roles. If you happen to have experience in any of these roles please feel free to reach out to us to discuss future possibilities!Any questions? Please feel free to call the Randstad Victoria office at 250.383.1389 and one of the team will be happy to help.We look forward to hearing from you!Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      We are now seeking an experienced Investment Accountant for a temporary position with an immediate start. This position is the department expert for all accounting functions and financial reporting standards related to the company’s pension plans. This position will be the key resource and contact within Pension Services for senior management, auditors, plan actuaries, governing bodies (pension boards and committees) on accounting matters and provides advice, consultation and recommendations on accounting, internal controls, financial reporting, tax and related issues.Opportunity: Temporary, Full time (3-6 months, potentially longer)Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30AM - 5:00PM (flexible)Location: Victoria, BC (combination of office & work from home)Pay: $36 - $40/hr, based on experienceStart: ASAPAdvantages- Immediate start- Weekly pay- Transit accessible location- Excellent opportunity with a well respected organization ResponsibilitiesFinancial accounting:- Oversees the accuracy of all financial transactions, journal entries and financial accounting records, Money Purchase and Staff Pension Plans and the Supplemental Benefit Arrangement- Review reconciliations and transactions of pension and benefit reports, contribution reports, investment portfolio reports, and bank reconciliations- Identify discrepancies, determining corrective action, and initiating, delegating to Pension Services staff, or making recommendations to Director, Pension Services, the Pension Board or Committees, or Senior Management.- Works with plan custodian, investment managers, senior management and Pensions staff to consult, determine corrective action, and make recommendations.- Develop formulae and processes for the equitable allocation of expenses amongst funds and plans - Recommend to the Director or governing authority on the development of internal controls, new templates and reports to improve financial record-keeping and reporting- Provide leadership to Pension Services staff who are involved in processing and recording financial transactionsFinancial statements- Complete or oversee the preparation of working papers and annual financial statements for each of the three pension plans (Combination, Money Purchase and Staff) including statement and note preparation in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for pension plans, and within deadlines.- Review and approve the methodology used to value investments (bonds, equities, real estate, infrastructure, and currency contracts) to ensure it is in accordance with fair value accounting standards- Obtain risk metrics from investment managers and actuary (eg: bond ratings, duration measures, return expectations, volatility assumptions) in order to prepare the risk management disclosure portion of statements- Following consultation with the plan actuary, senior management and/or pension audit committees, communicate best estimate economic and demographic assumptions to be used by the plan actuary for valuation of plan liabilities, provide the actuary with the data required for the calculations and set the deadline for the actuary- Prepare all yearend accruals and postings- Prepare information necessary for financial statement disclosure of pension plans - Prepares and/or ensures the preparation of all materials and documentation for annual audit, and is the key contact and works directly with external auditors for audit planning, field work, engagement letters, and management representationletters, as well as for resolving any issues identified during the auditCalculations of various rates of return - Develop formulae and processes for calculating the gross and net rates of return- Arrangement for various time periods (monthly, quarterly, YTD, and 1-10 year annualized)- Develop formulae and processes for allocating net returns to various accounts and funds within the pension plans and to members’ individual defined contribution accounts (regular, voluntary and variable benefit)- Analyse data for discrepancies and if necessary, develop and recommend changes or modifications to formulae such as when there are large flows in/out of funds or large fluctuations in market values- Compare internally calculated rates of return with information provided by investment managers and performance measurement consultants, research material differences and report them to Director- Modify internal calculation methodology, as required to reflect industry standardsQuantitative portion of various reports to members, boards or committees- Prepare financial and statistical summaries for inclusion in quarterly and annual reports to members, pension boards and - Prepare financial and statistical summaries for inclusion in quarterly and annual reports to members, pension boards and members, boards orcommittees and for strategic planning reports to management, and governing boards and committees- Analyze internal financial and statistical records, surveys, and reports from the plan custodian, investment managers, investment consultant, measurement service- Prepare statistical calculations and chartsPreparing tax and other regulatory reports and surveys and ensuring compliance with tax law- Oversee the completion of regulatory reports and surveys that require financial or quantitative data within established or statutory deadlines- Complete and file T3P trust returns under the Income Tax Act- Complete and file IRS returns for the plans- Calculate or oversee the calculations of deemed supply for each pension plan and the resulting GST under the Excise Tax Act- Prepare or oversee the preparation and filing of GST annual returns and rebates for the pension plans- Complete or oversee the completion of Statistics Canada surveys, Annual Information Returns and Financial Information Returns for Pension Standards and Canada Revenue Agency, and industry surveys (eg: CAUBO, PIAC,Benefits Canada, Canadian Pension Fund Survey)- Extract, manipulate, reconcile and summarize data as necessary to support reporting and filings.- Research tax and other implications of different plan investment products or pension benefit provisions abreast of new tax or other regulatory changes that have implications for the plan Recommend steps the plans need to take to ensure compliance with tax lawsAsset allocation- Ensure that pension plan assets are allocated to investment managers in compliance with investment policies- Review the market value of investments by asset class and manager for each pension plan and fund, calculate relative weights and compare the weights to investment policy- Monitor cash flows monthly to identify net cash flows- Allocate net cash flows to/from investment managers in accordance with policy, taking into consideration the market values of investment portfolios and liquidity requirements,- Recommend transfers of funds between classes and / or managers to bring allocations back to ranges or levels established in policies or to reflect changes in investment policy- Coordinate the timing of transfers to minimize time “out of the market” by consulting with the investment managers on the timing of redemptions and new investments- Prepare all necessary forms to effect the transfersBudget planning, development and monitoring - Develop the annual department budget and provide recommendations to support distribution of expense recoveries to each of the pension plans.- Monitor, forecast and report on the annual operating budget both to the Director and for the respective Board/Committees.- Authorize and monitor expenditures against budget- Develop and implement new budgeting processes as requiredQualifications- Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or economics- Must have a professional accounting designation (CPA (CGA, CA, CMA))- 6 years of progressive accounting experience, culminating at a senior level including experience preparing financial statements, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.- Experience with record keeping and financial reporting for pension plans and investment funds would be an asset- Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and auditing standards, financial controls, legislation (eg: Income Tax Act, Excise Tax Act, etc.) and their application to pension plan financial accounting and reporting.- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.- Strong interpersonal skills to deal with external service providers.- Ability to accomplish tasks or projects within strict deadlines, in collaboration with other department staff and with minimal supervision.- Effective verbal and written communication skills.- Excellent computer skills including spreadsheets, databases and word processingsoftware.- Understanding of investment concepts, calculations and reporting. - Previous investment experience preferred.SummaryIf this sounds like you, then please apply here today and one of our Staffing Consultants will be in touch. Alternatively, please email your resume to misty.therrien@randstad.ca, or raj.sra@randstad.ca. All applications are welcome, but only those who meet the requirements will be contacted.Randstad oversees various temporary and permanent roles such as: Reception, Administrative Assistants, Executive Assistants, Customer Service/Client Support, Inside Sales, Data Entry, Human Resources, Marketing, Accounting, Warehouse, General Labour, Operations, and Skilled Trade roles. If you happen to have experience in any of these roles please feel free to reach out to us to discuss future possibilities!Any questions? Please feel free to call the Randstad Victoria office at 250.383.1389 and one of the team will be happy to help.We look forward to hearing from you!Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      • Vancouver, British Columbia
      • Permanent
      • $75,000 - $80,000 per year
      Our client in Vancouver, BC is a well-established business in the fashion industry. They are looking for the next go-getter for their elite sales team. Within the first year, the average candidate makes between 50-60k in their commission, but past candidates have done better than the average, some making over $8000 in their first selling month.The company is growing faster than prior to COVID and is doing better than their 2019 revenue quarter to quarter. We welcome all applications; however, only those candidates who have similar experience will be shortlisted and contacted. Advantages- working with a long-standing company with growth opportunities - 1st-year Partners typically earn around $70,000 annually. 75% of our Sales Professionals earn $100,000 within 3+ years tenure and 50% earn over $133,000 annually.- no ceiling on how much you make (100% compensation based; with training pay and assistance pay as you get started)- the feeling of owning your own business- working on a team but also being able to call the shots and run your business- establish a strong net worth through our employee ownership and RRSP/profit sharing programs- base salary + commission - competitive bonus structure ResponsibilitiesOn a daily basis, the person will be on the phone booking appointments and making in-person visits to clients in a given territory At the beginning there is training from the sales manager, shadowing his daily activities. The role entails lead generating from a warm network and minimal "cold" calls. There is extensive training before a person is left to his/her own territory.-attend team meetings-build a book of business-daily cold calling to build client base (50 connects)-network through LinkedIn-deliver products-QA/QC calls-keep existing clients warmQualifications-"no-quit" attitude-confidence-belief in the habits and the big picture-ability to be flexible and adaptable-very coachable and willing to learn-comfortable reaching out on the phone and doing product presentations-great at building rapport and relationships-self-starting-service minded-detail-oriented-organized-schedule driven-goal-oriented and commitment to seeing things through to the end-access to a vehicle and a valid BC driver's license-high school diploma and some post secondary education (not required)-experience in customer service or direct sales is an asset-basic computer literacy-passion for helping people-interest in the fashion industrySummaryTwo easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume with Job Title with Sky Shergill at sky.shergill@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      Our client in Vancouver, BC is a well-established business in the fashion industry. They are looking for the next go-getter for their elite sales team. Within the first year, the average candidate makes between 50-60k in their commission, but past candidates have done better than the average, some making over $8000 in their first selling month.The company is growing faster than prior to COVID and is doing better than their 2019 revenue quarter to quarter. We welcome all applications; however, only those candidates who have similar experience will be shortlisted and contacted. Advantages- working with a long-standing company with growth opportunities - 1st-year Partners typically earn around $70,000 annually. 75% of our Sales Professionals earn $100,000 within 3+ years tenure and 50% earn over $133,000 annually.- no ceiling on how much you make (100% compensation based; with training pay and assistance pay as you get started)- the feeling of owning your own business- working on a team but also being able to call the shots and run your business- establish a strong net worth through our employee ownership and RRSP/profit sharing programs- base salary + commission - competitive bonus structure ResponsibilitiesOn a daily basis, the person will be on the phone booking appointments and making in-person visits to clients in a given territory At the beginning there is training from the sales manager, shadowing his daily activities. The role entails lead generating from a warm network and minimal "cold" calls. There is extensive training before a person is left to his/her own territory.-attend team meetings-build a book of business-daily cold calling to build client base (50 connects)-network through LinkedIn-deliver products-QA/QC calls-keep existing clients warmQualifications-"no-quit" attitude-confidence-belief in the habits and the big picture-ability to be flexible and adaptable-very coachable and willing to learn-comfortable reaching out on the phone and doing product presentations-great at building rapport and relationships-self-starting-service minded-detail-oriented-organized-schedule driven-goal-oriented and commitment to seeing things through to the end-access to a vehicle and a valid BC driver's license-high school diploma and some post secondary education (not required)-experience in customer service or direct sales is an asset-basic computer literacy-passion for helping people-interest in the fashion industrySummaryTwo easy ways to apply:1. E-mail resume with Job Title with Sky Shergill at sky.shergill@randstad.ca2. Apply online: http://www.randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.Randstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.

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