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Careers

Our continued success depends on our people.

At Community Trust, you’ll discover a workplace that’s built to support you and the growth of your career. A fast-paced, growing, niche financial institution, we offer a collegial and friendly environment – one that promotes collaboration throughout the organization. We take pride in the foundation of our diverse culture, which is deeply rooted in core values that reflect a commitment to each other and the people we serve. Guided by a well-respected leadership team, Community Trust takes pride in being a flexible alternative to larger, traditional financial institutions since 1975.

When you join Community Trust, you’re joining a Company that takes pride in showing its employees that their expertise is valued. We work as a team, so you’ll be sure to have a group of like-minded co-workers who will be right there to help, challenge and motivate you. You will be encouraged to share your great ideas while discovering opportunities for self-development and continuous learning.

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Current Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Analyst, Treasury
Position Description

Mandate

The Analyst, Treasury and Securitization is responsible for the operation of the processes and procedures supporting the treasury and securitization functions. The Analyst, Treasury and Securitization is accountable for supporting the treasury function in the implementation and monitoring of policies, procedures and practices for CTC’s liquidity and funding management, internal and regulatory (OSFI) liquidity reporting, cash and investment portfolio management, asset-liability management, interest rate and foreign exchange rate hedging, and financial modeling and analysis. The position also supports the execution of CMCH sponsored securitization programs and whole loan sale programs.

Accountabilities

Treasury and Liquidity

  • Prepares analysis of liquidity positions and forecasts.
  • Monitors cost of funds and assists on daily deposit pricing.
  • Assists in reviewing and recommending changes to liquidity metrics with supporting analysis.
  • Assists in the implementation and identification of reporting and analysis improvements.
  • Assist with the hedging of interest rate risk and foreign exchange risk through derivative instruments.
  • Reviews OSFI’s liquidity and interest rate risk related regulatory returns on a monthly/quarterly basis.
  • Assists in the preparation of the monthly Asset Liability Capital Committee (ALCO) package.
  • Recommends, implements and maintains process improvements for all areas of Asset and Liability Management.
  • Provides support to treasury operations, reviews processes and recommends and supports implementation for process improvements.
  • Maintains procedure manuals for the Treasury and Securitization function.
  • Assists in the preparation of hedge accounting and interest rate risk hedging documentation, and hedge effectiveness testing, as required.
  • Assists in the development of ad-hoc analysis, as required, in support of the Treasury function (business case analysis, historical interest rate analysis, etc.), and ensures they appropriately capture the on-going impacts of liquidity and funding risks.

Securitization and Mortgage Banking

  • Assists in the development and implementation of financial modelling and risk related projects and analytics.
  • Supports the structuring and issuance of mortgage back securities (MBS), and selling assets into CMHC’s CMB program
  • Assists in the preparation of monthly treasury accounting entries and reconciliations related to securitization assets and derivative transactions.
  • Assistance in evaluating portfolio purchase opportunities and repackaging assets to investors, including data mining CTC’s balance sheet for assets that meet investor criteria and CTC’s return objectives.
  • Assistance in the preparation of product/service presentations to new and existing relationships, and preparing due diligence packages and on-boarding new investor clients.
  • Maintaining and Monitoring investor volumes, risk appetites and spread requirements.
  • Communicating with Finance, Risk, Compliance, Mortgage Origination and Servicing departments on securitization and mortgage banking volumes and impacts on liquidity.

Qualifications Required

  • University Degree or College Diploma in Business, Finance, Economics, Math or a related field.
  • 1-2 years of experience in the financial services industry
  • Mortgage lending experience preferred.
  • In the progress of obtaining or recently obtained a related professional designation – CFA; FRM; CPA, CA; CMA; CGA.
  • Practical knowledge of leading industry practices related to the treasury function in financial institutions.
  • Sound knowledge of capital markets, money markets, securitization, fixed income and interest rate markets.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Proficient computer skills with strong knowledge of excel and VBA.
  • Demonstrated proficiency and familiarity with data query/analysis tools.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work efficiently and to meet deadlines.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Position Description

Mandate

Reporting to the Director, National Sales, the Business Development Manager is responsible for developing new business opportunities in the Vancouver area, supporting assigned Accounts and achieving stated goals and objectives in support of the Residential Lending department. This role will be responsible for successfully contributing to the overall portfolio growth and maximizing profitability in an entrepreneurial environment focused on service and operational excellence. This role is results driven, competitive and exemplifies the spirit of a team player.

Accountabilities

  • Develop and execute effective business development strategies and successfully contribute to the department’s business plan.
  • Develop sales strategies to increase market share in Vancouver, analyze opportunities and create plans to maintain continuity, and achieve growth and sales objectives.
  • Collaborate with the Investment Services BDM to leverage and maximize cross-departmental sales opportunities.
  • Partner with Residential Lending Operations team to support and service partners within assigned territories.
  • Generate a target list of potential broker and partner relationships, developing customized strategies to successfully translate the leads into net new business.
  • Develop and foster broker and partner relationships while always maintaining the highest level of professionalism and service standards.
  • Balance strong problem solving and decision-making abilities while meeting performance targets and maintaining effective internal and external relationships.
  • Maintain a strong sales funnel with focus on activity to ensure continuous sales and growth goals are met.
  • Track, analyze and report key pipeline, opportunity, forecast and sales productivity metrics.
  • Prepare a variety of reports (including visit summaries, closings, competition offerings and goals vs results).
  • Actively participate in business development events, tradeshows and presentations as required.
  • Identify and research new product and service opportunities that complement existing and align with the company’s strategic objectives.
  • Together with the Marketing and Brand Management team, participate in the update of existing and creation of new broker communications including collateral materials, email content and innovative promotions.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of the competition, industry trends and market conditions.
  • Ensure accurate record keeping – both electronic and paper based and ensure that all records are stored and retained to meet Company standards.
  • Identify continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Follow AML procedures on all files with an emphasis on “Know Your Client” rules.
  • Pro-actively identify actual and potential violations of AML regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures or other AML/ATF risk situations at an early stage. Conducts appropriate inquiries and investigations in relation to any such situation and ensures that corrective actions and/or risk mitigation actions are implemented in a timely manner or escalated appropriately.
  • Adhere to compliance and operational risk controls in accordance with company’s policies and procedures.

Qualifications Required

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in the full sales cycle process.
  • Minimum of 2 years related experience in alternative lending.
  • Post-Secondary Education preferred.
  • Proven track record in meeting and exceeding established sales targets.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Superior interpersonal and relationship building skills.
  • Solid understanding of the characteristics, attributes and risk factors associated with various loan types.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications (including Word, Excel and Power Point) and familiarity with the internet and related applications as tools for conducting research.
  • Demonstrates strong negotiation, planning, organizational and time management skills
  • Solid written and verbal business communication skills.
  • Capable of handling multiple tasks and meeting stringent deadlines.
  • Tactful, diplomatic and politely persistent.
  • Results oriented and a high achiever.
  • Reliable, consistent and disciplined.
  • Highest level of integrity.
  • Self-motivated, confident and capable of working both independently and in a team environment.
  • Bring a positive, can-do attitude to our organization, using creative solutions to solve problems.
  • Establish and build on healthy working relationships with your team and peers.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Business Reporting Analyst
Position Description

Mandate

Reporting to the Director, Finance, the Business Reporting Analyst is an integral role in collection and analysis of data for management reporting; creating templates and financial models for business planning and budgeting; assisting with financial statement preparation; and maintaining detailed documentation around processes.

The Business Reporting Analyst will have an expert working knowledge of MS Excel, MS Access, and SQL to re-shape data collection and analysis.

Accountabilities

  • Reporting & Analysis
  • Produce monthly and quarterly financial statements, business unit statements, and variance analysis in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Enhance variance analysis by working directly with business units and identifying key trends, building reconciliations, and explaining rationale for movement against goals and previous periods.
  • Build reconciliations for monthly deliverables to highlight reporting inaccuracy and areas for improvement.
  • Support development of annual budget and roll forward of quarterly forecasts.
  • Reporting Enhancements
  • Gather relevant data from respective business units and document business requirements.
  • Analyze key performance indicators and critical success factors with a view to integrate with weekly, monthly and quarterly reporting for senior-level executives and Board members.
  • Perform portfolio metrics data analysis for various business units and integrate with trend analysis.
  • Perform data analysis and ensure data quality and accuracy by building checks and reconciliations.
  • Utilize BI tools for creation of reports, scorecards, dashboards and other solutions (MS Excel, MS Access, Prospector, Portfolio Plus, etc.).
  • Create financial models for competitor analysis.
  • Work closely with Treasury to integrate spread analysis into financial reporting.
  • Database Creation
  • Create and maintain finance and operational metrics database which will be used to support management reporting and ad-hoc projects.
  • Document development and usage of database.
  • Work across business units to refine database and create customized reports.
  • Automation
  • Identify and implement ways to automate recurring reports and gradually phase out the use of manual reports.
  • Production Reporting Support
  • Troubleshoot and facilitate solutions to reporting issues.
  • Provide technical guidance and knowledge transfer to others in areas of acquired expertise.
  • Serve as a liaison and collaborate with operations, IT and other internal customers.

Qualifications Required

  • Post-secondary education in Business Administration, Accounting and Finance, Commerce or a related field.
  • Expert MS Excel skills (VLOOKUP, MATCH, INDEX, PIVOT tables and charts, VBA editing, etc.) and Advance MS Access skills (create relational databases, generate automated reporting, adding controls and forms, linking to other MS applications, etc.)
  • Proficient with MS Word and PowerPoint.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Compliance Officer
Position Description

MANDATE:

The Compliance Officer is responsible for ensuring that Community Trust Company (CTC) remains compliant with applicable regulations, guidelines and policies on Regulatory Compliance Management, Consumer Protection, Privacy and Anti-Money Laundering. This role is responsible for the daily operation and administration of the above compliance frameworks and acts as internal subject matter expert for regulatory, policy interpretation and issue management company wide. This role is the main resource for company-wide documentation management and record retention and supports all departments in their policy and procedure development, maintenance and implementation. This role performs second line of defense function pursuant to OSFI Guideline E-13 (RCM) on the identification of regulatory requirements, compliance testing, monitoring and reporting activities on regulatory requirements from OSFI, TLCA, FCAC, OBSI, CDIC, CASL, CRA, AODA and PIPEDA.

 

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Acts as main contact for business and supports units in the following areas: AML, RCM, Complaints Handling, Documentation Management, Production Orders, Privacy, Clear Language, Related Party and AODA.
  • Manages operational aspects of all regulatory requirements by supporting business units in the day to day application of policies and procedures, providing advisory for case escalations, incident management, reviewing correspondence, and recommending process improvements as deemed necessary.
  • Pursuant to OSFI Guideline E-13 (RCM), proactively monitors legislative and regulatory updates, documents controls, updates policies and procedures, performs compliance testing and monitors issue remediation status across CTC.
  • Reviews new products and initiatives, marketing materials, forms and third-party agreements with service providers from Privacy, FCAC Clear Language Guideline, CASL, OSFI Guideline B10 and regulatory compliance standpoint
  • Reviews customer disclosures for compliance with regulations specific to CDIC deposit insurance and FCAC Cost of Borrowing.
  • Develops and implements training program company-wide on above regulatory requirements.
  • Performs research and liaison with other departments to gather information needed for periodic reporting to the Board and Management. Keeps track of compliance metrics, risks and trends on customer complaints, privacy breaches and compliance gaps.
  • Leads all documentation management and record retention process across the company. Manages all updates of policies, procedures, forms and templates, including version controls and approvals for audit and external requesting agencies.
  • Works with external stakeholders in matters such as responding to production orders, audit examinations and guideline interpretations. Performs regular and ad-hoc reporting to regulatory agencies on reportable items such as AML suspicious transactions, privacy breaches and complaints.

 

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Post-Secondary Education in Business or equivalent.
  • With CAMS, CIPP/C or CIPM designation.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in a federally regulated financial institution (preferably in a trust company or bank) with demonstrated knowledge and extensive experience in RCM, AML, privacy, consumer protection regulatory requirements, both in the governance and operational aspect.
  • Experience working directly with federal and provincial regulators and auditors (OSFI, CDIC, FCAC, OBSI, OPC) and handling customer complaints.
  • Working knowledge of the following products: Mortgages, GICs and Registered Plans.
  • Extensive experience in using documentation management tools and processes, especially advanced Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat Pro.
  • Strong ability to analyze large volume of information from different stakeholders and come up with a recommended course of action to resolve an issue within tight deadlines.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handling simultaneous projects and meeting deadlines.
  • Confidence in dealing with all levels in the organization.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Credit Risk Manager
Position Description

Mandate

Reporting to the Director, Credit Risk Management, the Credit Risk Manager will participate in all aspects of conducting a Quality Control (QC) program for residential mortgages. The primary goal of the QC program is to confirm that the loans are underwritten in a manner that is consistent with the policies and procedures approved by the VPMO and the Board of Directors. The CRM is responsible for identifying loans that are not written in compliance with OSFI Guideline B20 and related best business practices. The successful candidate will have proven abilities at the expert level in data analytical skills, enabling them to identify emerging key risk indicators in funded loans. The Credit Risk Manager will develop and maintain a constructive relationship with the Residential Lending department to foster an environment of support and guidance while providing independent reporting as to the quality of the loans advanced.

Accountabilities

Residential Mortgage Quality Control Reviews and Reporting

  • Complete monthly post funding QC reviews of residential loans funded and renewed in preceding month in accordance with written QC procedures.
  • Provide written results of the QC to the Credit Managers, underwriters, mortgage officers and lending Managers on a monthly basis.
  • Evaluate loan data at the portfolio level to select loans to review from a risk-based approach.
  • Confirm accuracy of data inputs including loan types and security codes.
  • Oversee file remediation as required resulting from QC reviews
  • Recommend revisions to QC protocols as required
  • Assist in completing Bulk Purchase and Bulk sales QC reviews
  • Track all policy exceptions
  • Provide underwriters with ongoing guidance as to best practice approach in adhering to written procedures
  • Document/update procedures in the Independent Credit Procedure Manual.

Service provider monitoring

  • Maintain the Approved Service Providers Lists, Residential Lending for Mortgage Brokers and for Appraisers.
  • Manage the SP monitoring and DNU reports.
  • Conduct monitoring on providers names to the above lists

Best Business Practices

  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of CTC lending policies and regulatory requirements.
  • Assist in developing and delivering training tools and resources for the residential underwriting teams.
  • Recommend policy and procedure changes in keeping with best business practices in a regulatory environment.
  • Follow AML procedures on all files with an emphasis on “Know Your Client” rules.
  • Actively adhere to all AML/ATF and KYC regulatory requirements
  • Pro-actively identify actual and potential violations of, any internal policies and procedures. Conducts appropriate inquiries and investigations in relation to any such situation and ensures that corrective actions and/or risk mitigation actions are implemented in a timely manner or escalated appropriately.
  • Adhere to compliance and operational risk controls in accordance with company’s policies and procedures.

Qualifications Required

  • Minimum 5+ years’ experience in a Quality Control capacity within a residential mortgage lending environment
  • Strong demonstrated analytical and logical thinking
  • Thorough knowledge of residential mortgage underwriting practices including Guideline B20, income documentation standards and supporting operational processes
  • Experience in risk management including portfolio monitoring and reporting
  • Strong working knowledge of KYC and AML/ATF required
  • Experience in report preparation and presentation using G Suite and Microsoft office applications
  • Ability to multitask and to work under pressure
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada

Mandate

The Director, Residential Lending – Western Canada is fully responsible for the oversight of the Western Canada Residential Lending Department and is expected to maintain a high level of efficiency in an environment focused on operational and service excellence as it pertains to Western Canada. The position plays a leading role in the compliance, risk and credit management of the Western Canada business by ensuring full adherence to CTC’s policies, procedures and regulatory requirements. This role is responsible for ensuring department goals are met which, in turn, successfully contributes to the overall corporate results.

Accountabilities

Business Operations

  • Responsible for effective management and oversight to achieve the Board-approved business targets, budgets and profitability objectives for the Business Unit.
  • Provide the effective leadership, oversight, tools and support that the Managers need to be successful with the day-to-day operations of the department, maintaining an accurate pipeline, the timely completion of credit files while maintaining superior customer engagement to both borrowers and brokers.
  • Together with the Managers, maintain effective compliance, risk management and risk controls in the origination of the residential mortgage business portfolio by exercising consistent, objective and sound credit decisions in accordance with risk appetites, policies and procedures.
  • Liaise and collaborate with Risk and Compliance to ensure alignment and compliance in accordance with company’s policies and procedures.
  • Support the business development strategies to increase CTC’s presence across the targeted broker channel audience in collaboration with the Business Development Managers and with the support of the Marketing and Brand Management team.
  • Ensure credit approval decisions are in accordance with sound credit-granting principles and within designated lending limits.
  • Provide support to mortgage banking initiatives by originating highly desirable mortgages for sale.
  • Responsible for the ongoing maintenance of the Residential Mortgage Procedure Manual and System User Guide, ensuring the documents are kept up to date and remain compliant with regulatory and business-related requirements.
  • Participates in the ongoing development of the residential lending risk grading scorecard and pricing matrix.
  • Ensures through effective oversight the proper implementation of policies, procedures and controls pertaining to
  • Residential Mortgage Lending, Anti-Money Laundering, Know Your Client, Privacy, Complaints Handling and
  • Regulatory Compliance Management, as required by regulations.
  • Through coaching and oversight, promotes a strong risk culture in the Business Unit by ensuring that the effective implementation of regulatory policies and procedures are embedded in the performance assessment of all staff.
  • Provide effective complaint resolutions as per complaint handling process.
  • Monitors competition, market conditions, industry and external environments for changing trends and activities that might impact the business and make necessary recommendations to senior management accordingly.
  • Provides regular reporting to senior management on the status and quality of the business, properly identifying emerging trends or issues as appropriate.
  • Establish and maintain key relationships with Brokers, Third Party Investors, Third Party Lenders, Technology Providers, Appraisers, Property Inspectors and related referral organizations.
  • Supports all internal and regulatory audits that encompass residential lending and ensures that all compliance and operational gaps identified are addressed and remediated in a timely manner.
  • Develop and implement strategies to maximize revenue growth and responsibly manage expenses.
  • Continuously identify and execute best practice process improvements, eliminate redundancies and identify system and/or reporting needs.

Managerial Leadership

  • Set appropriate context and direction on the strategic vision and goals of Residential Lending, including the planned initiatives to meet and exceed the ongoing business plan objectives.
  • Foster a resilient workplace and culture that is aligned with the company’s core values of trust, integrity, collaboration and responsiveness.
  • Inspire and motivate direct reports to do their best; provide creative thought leadership while also listening, engaging others to participate and promoting innovation across the organization.
  • Lead by example by performing at high levels across all core competencies (collaboration, agility, time management and quality of work).
  • Effectively manage performance, including the establishment of clear goals and expectations, coach team members with candid and regular feedback.
  • Effectively manage talent, including careful assessments and evaluations of team members, hold effective career conversations, determine optimal training and recruit and develop a talented and diverse team.
  • Optimize teamwork by articulating how team members work collaboratively to fulfill department and corporate objectives and consistently make time for team building and development.

 

Qualifications Required

  • Minimum of 10 years progressive experience in alternative residential lending.
  • Minimum 5 years management experience in the finance industry.
  • Established reputation and well respected in the residential mortgage industry.
  • University degree in business, economics or related field is preferred.
  • Solid leadership skills, with a focus on mentoring and motivating an employee base of professionals.
  • Well-defined sense of diplomacy, including negotiation, conflict resolution and people management skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage key constituent relationships, including customers, business partners, government agencies, etc.
  • Strong written and verbal business communication skills.
  • Knowledge of personnel policies, practices, and procedures.
  • Strong attention to detail and able to complete tasks with a high degree of accuracy.
  • High level of integrity, confidentially, and accountability.
  • Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, problem solving and execution skills.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications (including Word, Excel and Power Point).

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Internal Business Development Associate
Position description

MANDATE:

Reporting to the Director, National Sales, the Internal Business Development Associate is responsible for developing new business opportunities and achieving stated goals and objectives in support of the Residential Lending department. This role will be responsible for successfully contributing to the overall portfolio growth and maximizing profitability in an entrepreneurial environment focused on service and operational excellence. This role is results driven, competitive and exemplifies the spirit of a team player.

 

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Develop and execute effective business development strategies and successfully contribute to the
  • department’s business plan through proactive calls management
  • Collaborate with the Investment Services BDM & Business Development Managers to leverage and maximize cross-departmental sales opportunities.
  • Partner with Residential Lending Operations team to support and service partners within assigned Analyze and identify opportunities using reports to support growth
  • Support Residential Lending Operations in following up on outstanding commitments.
  • Partner with non-assigned brokers and partners for escalations and problem resolution
  • Identify a list of potential broker and partner relationships and providing personal support to help improve and deepen the relationship.
  • Develop and foster broker and partner relationships while always maintaining the highest level of professionalism and service standards.
  • Balance strong problem solving and decision-making abilities while meeting performance targets and maintaining effective internal and external relationships.
  • Actively participate in business development events, tradeshows and presentations as required.
  • Together with the Marketing and Brand Management team, participate in the update of existing and creation of new broker communications including collateral materials, email content and innovative promotions.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of the competition, industry trends and market conditions.
  • Ensure accurate record keeping – both electronic and paper based and ensure that all records are stored and retained to meet Company standards.
  • Identify continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Follow AML procedures on all files with an emphasis on “Know Your Client” rules.
  • Pro-actively identify actual and potential violations of AML regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures or other AML/ATF risk situations at an early stage. Conducts appropriate inquiries and investigations in relation to any such situation and ensures that corrective actions and/or risk mitigation actions are implemented in a timely manner or escalated appropriately.
  • Adhere to compliance and operational risk controls in accordance with company’s policies and procedures

 

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Minimum of 2 years related experience in alternative lending.
  • Post-Secondary Education preferred.
  • Proven track record in meeting and exceeding established sales targets.
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Superior interpersonal and relationship building skills.
  • Solid understanding of the characteristics, attributes and risk factors associated with various loan types.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications (including Word, Excel and Power Point) and familiarity with the internet and related applications as tools for conducting research.
  • Demonstrates strong negotiation, planning, organizational and time management skills
  • Solid written and verbal business communication skills.
  • Capable of handling multiple tasks and meeting stringent deadlines.
  • Tactful, diplomatic and politely persistent.
  • Results oriented and a high achiever.
  • Reliable, consistent and disciplined.
  • Highest level of integrity.
  • Self-motivated, confident and capable of working both independently and in a team environment.
  • Bring a positive, can-do attitude to our organization, using creative solutions to solve problems.
  • Establish and build on healthy working relationships with your team and peers.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Manager, Compliance
Position Description

Mandate

Reporting to the Chief Compliance Officer, the Manager, Compliance will be responsible for the oversight and enterprise-wide implementation of the Regulatory Compliance Management (RCM) program to ensure that Community Trust Company (CTC) continues to be compliant with OSFI RCM Guideline E-13 requirements, laws, standards and prescribed practices in the applicable jurisdictions where CTC operates. The incumbent will perform key components of the compliance program through application of second line of defense activities such as risk identification, assessment, control testing, monitoring and reporting.. The incumbent will be the SME in the interpretation of legislative and regulatory requirements from OSFI, TLCA, FINTRAC, CDIC, FCAC, Privacy and other agencies as they apply to strategic business initiatives.

Accountabilities

  • Performs second line of defense function pursuant to OSFI RCM Guideline E-13.
  • Develops and implements compliance policies and procedures;
  • Administers CTC’s regulatory database to include adequate documentation of current requirements, controls, compliance status, risk ratings and testing results and ensures system is always up to date;
  • Develops compliance testing plans and conducts independent control testing enterprise wide;
  • Manages action plans and validates remediation documents from stakeholders as compliance SME;
  • Provides required inputs to CCO for various internal and external reporting, including documents for regulators and auditors during examinations and on an ad-hoc basis;
  • Conducts research and data aggregation support on regulatory parameters on various strategic business initiatives for CCO’s review and assessment of new products and services and for policy development;
  • Liaise with internal stakeholders as SME for policy, guidance and directive interpretations, communicating process changes and recommendations to business units in a timely manner;
  • Develops and implements compliance-related training enterprise-wide on AML, Privacy, Consumer Protection regulations;
  • Maintains and analyzes relevant compliance metrics; recommends actions for trends and risks identified from monitoring;
  • Provides overall analytical and operational support to Compliance Department in regulatory compliance matters.

Qualifications Required

  • Post-Secondary Education in Business or equivalent;
  • Minimum six years of experience in the financial services industry, specifically in two of these fields: Regulatory Compliance, Risk Management and Internal Audit in a progressive management role;
  • Advanced knowledge of financial services regulatory environment, including all applicable laws and regulations applicable to CTC’s business, both federal and provincial level;
  • High proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook) and compliance softwares;
  • Ability to interpret complex regulations and requirements and translate into internal policies;
  • Ability to analyze critical details of business issues and workflow as basis for suggesting areas for improvement;
  • Ability to gather, analyze, document and present large volumes of information in a succinct and organized manner;
  • Ability to collaborate with all internal and external stakeholders (Management, auditors, regulators).

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Manager, Marketing

Mandate

The Marketing Manager will be accountable for developing the annual marketing and communications strategy for all of Community Trust’s lines of business as well as the execution of all marketing activities to support ongoing business objectives. This role is also responsible for managing a cross-functional marketing team and will be accountable for the development of overall campaign and content creation to support the company’s acquisition, retention and expansion efforts.

Accountabilities

  • Manage and execute Community Trust’s marketing and communications strategy for all lines of businesses
  • Lead day-to-day marketing and communications efforts, including content creation, writing and editing, publishing of digital advertising, web content updates, social media posts, and email marketing.
  • Provide creative direction for all advertising and collateral in adherence with brand identity style guide. This includes designing all graphics and writing copy for web banners, the annual advertising campaign (ideation, copy, design, implementation across digital and print mediums), and collateral (handouts, pitch book, event collateral, etc.).
  • Design and implement content strategies, create relevant content, and maximize engagement and growth with business partners.
  • Manage CTC’s email communication strategies, including building and managing automations, managing segmentations and campaigns, and editing and guiding e-communications (supported by coordinator) with emphasis on consistent brand and voice application.
  • Oversee the Marketing Coordinator and Events Coordinator in the execution of sponsorship, hosted events, industry events, internal communications, web updates/management and social media.
  • Lead marketing campaigns from idea to execution and measurement, including creating key performance indicators and analyzing and reporting on the effectiveness of each campaign.
  • Work closely with business partners to define key objectives and develop marketing strategies and tactics to support their business plans.
  • Lead and manage ad hoc special projects as needed.
  • Review business objectives and metrics to develop online marketing metrics to measure the impact of marketing plans and campaigns on business unit success.
  • Implement and evaluate targeted online and email marketing plans which support the strategy and success of the business.

Qualifications Required

  • Post-secondary education required
  • 5+ years’ experience in marketing/brand management
  • Knowledge of financial services industry preferred
  • Strong Knowledge of Adobe software (especially Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign)
  • Experience in Pardot and Salesforce preferred
  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of online community platforms and best practices, with a passion for staying current on communications, social and content marketing trends.
  • Proficiency with social media channels as they relate to brand communication.
  • Excellent writing, editing and interpersonal skills
  • Good organizational and time-management skills
  • Ability to work with clients/contractors in a professional manner.
  • Excellent project management, problem solving, and decision making skills;
  • Excellent oral and verbal communication skills
  • Strong presentation skills

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Position Description

Mandate

The Manager, Mortgage Administration is responsible for managing a team of Mortgage Servicing Specialists who are responsible for providing administrative services on residential and commercial loans. The manager is expected to maintain a high level of efficiency in an environment focused on service and operational excellence. The position plays an important role in the compliance, risk and credit management of the business by ensuring full adherence to CTC’s policies, procedures and regulatory requirements. This role is responsible for ensuring goals are met which, in turn, successfully contributes to the department and overall corporate results.

Accountabilities

Managerial Leadership

  • Champion and emanate our mission: WE CARE deeply about helping Canadians and each other.
  • Foster a resilient workplace and culture that is aligned with Community Trust’s vision and values.
  • Inspire and motivate team members to do their best; provide creative thought leadership while also listening, engaging others to participate, and promoting innovation across the organization.
  • Lead by example by performing at high levels across all core and leadership competencies.
  • Effectively manage performance of all team members, including the establishment of goals and expectations.
  • Manage talent by holding effective career conversations, determining training needs, and recruiting and developing a talented and diverse team.
  • Optimize teamwork by articulating how team members work collaboratively to fulfill department and corporate objectives and consistently make time for team building and development.

Business Operations

  • Provide the effective leadership, oversight, tools and support that the Servicing Specialists need to be successful with the day-to-day operations
  • Oversight of payment processing, ensuring completion in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Oversight of property tax administration, ensuring balances are sufficient, remittances are made on time and supplementary installments are actioned appropriately.
  • Oversight of property insurance administration, ensuring all borrower policies are valid, actioning all cancellation notices, timely reporting to the Company’s blanket insurer and effectively managing claims.
  • Oversight of payouts, discharges and executions, ensuring adherence to Service Level Agreements and with the utmost accuracy.
  • Oversight of renewal/retention processing, ensuring completion in timely and accurate manner.
  • Maintain effective compliance, risk management and risk controls in the servicing of the portfolio by exercising consistent, objective, and sound decisions in accordance with policies and procedures.
  • Manage escalations, both internally and externally, and act as point of contact when necessary.
  • Exercise discretionary workout remedies and/or fee waivers as delegated, ensuring decisions are in accordance with principles and in the best interest of CTC.
  • Provide support to mortgage banking initiatives by maintaining best-in-class servicing of assets under administration.
  • Ensure, through effective oversight, the proper implementation of policies, procedures and controls pertaining to
  • Residential Mortgage Lending, Anti-Money Laundering, Know Your Client, Privacy, Complaints Handling and
  • Regulatory Compliance Management, as required by regulations.
  • Through coaching and oversight, promotes a strong risk culture by ensuring that the effective implementation of regulatory policies and procedures are embedded in the performance assessment of all staff.
  • Ensure that all records are stored and retained to meet Company standards.
  • Establish and maintain key relationships with external business partners, vendors, solicitors, third party investors, and lenders.
  • Support strategies to maximize revenue growth and responsibly manage expenses.
  • Continuously identify and execute best practice process improvements, eliminate redundancies and identify system and/or reporting needs.
  • Facilitate internal or external audit conducted by third parties, ensuring effective resolution and swift closure of audit findings.
  • Participate in or lead various projects in support of business plan and/or best practice plan initiatives.

Qualifications Required

  • Minimum of 5 years progressive experience across various areas of mortgage administration and/or servicing.
  • Minimum 2 years management experience in the finance industry.
  • University degree in business, economics or related field.
  • Default management experience required.
  • Solid leadership skills, with a focus on mentoring and motivating an employee base of professionals.
  • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.
  • Solid understanding of the characteristics, attributes and risk factors associated with various loan types.
  • A proven sense of diplomacy, including solid negotiation, conflict resolution, and people management skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage key constituent relationships, including customers, business partners, government agencies, etc.
  • Strong written and verbal business communication skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and able to complete tasks with a high degree of accuracy.
  • High level of integrity, confidentially, and accountability.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Position Description

As a Questrade Mortgage Advisor you will be following up with new and existing Questrade clients, focusing on identifying and converting prime mortgage candidates, to ensure a smooth best in class mortgage experience. You will be working in a collaborative team environment, and be expected to answer questions, advise on the various mortgage options in order to make a complex process as simple as possible. You will put the needs of the customer first, ultimately growing our total assets under administration.

 

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  • Strong Client engagement skills; focusing on client experience and connecting on a personal level is key to building a meaningful relationship
  • Provide high quality professional mortgage advice and explain different types of mortgage options available
  • Collaborate with the underwriting teams to ensure cross program opportunities are realized and service delivery is seamless.
  • Manage, analyze, compile and organize application information for mortgage loans in accordance with policy and procedures to create a complete package for credit review.
  • Explain required insurance products so that clients can make informed choices.
  • Communicate with real estate agents, mortgage lenders, solicitors and insurance providers as required.
  • Ensure all regulatory documentation completed within the required timescale
  • Ability to create a sales plan that will convert leads into Questrade mortgage clients
  • Pre-call planning, ability to present Questrade products & services, and overcoming objections
  • Conduct outbound calling campaigns as directed
  • Meet performance targets
  • Strong relationship building and networking skills; building connections, generate opportunities and deliver bottom line results.
  • Fact-find effectively to establish the client’s current finances and future aspirations.
  • Attend monthly results meeting and present results in all targeted areas to the Director, Mortgage Advisory.
  • Embrace company values and promote them effectively alongside the Questrade brand.
  • Maintain generic knowledge of the financial services industry, competition, trends and market conditions.
  • Keep current on Questrade’s policies and procedures
  • Back up other team functions as necessary

 

So are YOU our next Mortgage Advisor? You are if you…

  • Have Excellent communication and listening skills.
  • Have a good understanding of the mortgage underwriting process
  • The Ability to effectively negotiate
  • Are organized with great attention to detail
  • Have a willingness to learn new skills and self-motivated to seek out new opportunities
  • The ability to explain complex information clearly and simply.
  • Have outstanding client service skills demonstrated by an authentic “we care” attitude.
  • Enjoy taking a methodical approach to compiling information for mortgage documents, talking to people and evaluating mortgage applications.
  • Are Honest and have a trustworthy attitude
  • Respect for confidential information
  • Have previously working in banking or sales environment is a great plus
  • Have a keen interest in the financial sector
  • Are an excellent, empathetic communicator with a real flair for getting into the detail of things
  • The ability to demonstrate excellence in your field
  • Having a Bachelor’s degree in business or finance is preferred
  • Having previous mortgage advisory or underwriting experience preferred
  • Have familiarity with bank regulations and credit risk policies an asset

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Mortgage Officer
Position description

MANDATE:

The Mortgage Officer is responsible for successfully supporting overall portfolio growth in an environment focused on operational and service excellence. This role will work with the Residential Mortgage Underwriters to review residential mortgage applications, verify that file and system data is complete, conditions are fulfilled and targets are met all while adhering to service standards and building exceptional third party relationships.

 

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Manage, compile and organize mortgage application information for mortgage loans in accordance with policy and procedures to create a complete package for credit approval.
  • Conduct regular follow-ups with mortgage brokers and clients to collect outstanding documentation needed to satisfy the requirements as stipulated in the commitment.
  • Conduct client interviews in accordance with Know-Your-Client legislation and customer service requirements.
  • Instruct files to FCT and work together with Residential Funding to ensure timely closings. Respond to inquiries in a timely manner to meet service standards and foster positive relationships.
  • Ensure mortgage statuses are accurate and communicated appropriately.
  • Work in collaboration with the Underwriting and Funding teams to ensure targets are being met.
  • Learn the company’s business practices, organizational structure and general policies and procedures.
  • Ensure accurate record keeping – both electronic and paper based, and ensure that all records are stored and retained to meet Company standards.
  • Identify continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Follow AML procedures on all files with an emphasis on “Know Your Client” rules.
  • Pro-actively identify actual and potential violations of AML regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures or other AML/ATF risk situations at an early stage. Conducts appropriate inquiries and investigations in relation to any such situation and ensures that corrective actions and/or risk mitigation actions are implemented in a timely manner or escalated appropriately.
  • Adhere to compliance and operational risk controls in accordance with company’s policies and procedures.

 

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • Minimum of 2 years related experience
  • Post-Secondary Education preferred
  • Demonstrates interpersonal and relationship building skills
  • Demonstrates strong negotiation and sales skills
  • Solid understanding of the general characteristics, attributes and risk factors associated with various loan types.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications (including Word, Excel and Power Point)
  • Solid written and verbal business communication skills.
  • Exceptional analytical skills and a keen eye for detail.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Residential Mortgage Underwriter
Position Description

Mandate

The Residential Mortgage Underwriter is responsible for successfully contributing to overall portfolio growth and for maximizing profitability in an environment focused on operational and service excellence. This role is responsible for determining the credit worthiness of customers based on established lending criteria, exception management and pricing determinations all while meeting performance targets, ensuring adherence to service standards and building exceptional third party relationships.

Accountabilities

  • Successfully contribute to the Residential Mortgage results, ensuring growth and profitability targets are being met.
  • Develop a network of mortgage brokers and respond to inquiries in a timely manner to meet service standards and foster positive relationships.
  • Manage portfolio risk by exercising consistent, objective and sound credit decisions within authorized limits, escalating where appropriate.
  • Issue mortgage commitments with appropriate conditions and follow up with mortgage brokers for sign back.
  • Work in collaboration with the Mortgage Officer to closely manage pipelines, collect outstanding documentation needed to satisfy the requirements as stipulated in the commitment and close deals on a timely basis.
  • Participate in business development activities, tradeshows and presentations as required.
  • Maintain up to date knowledge of the competition, industry trends and market conditions.
  • Ensure accurate record keeping – both electronic and paper based, and ensure that all records are stored and retained to meet Company standards.
  • Identify continuous improvement opportunities.
  • Follow AML procedures on all files with an emphasis on “Know Your Client” rules.
  • Pro-actively identify actual and potential violations of AML regulatory requirements, internal policies and procedures or other AML/ATF risk situations at an early stage. Conducts appropriate inquiries and investigations in relation to any such situation and ensures that corrective actions and/or risk mitigation actions are implemented in a timely manner or escalated appropriately.
  • Adhere to compliance and operational risk controls in accordance with company’s policies and procedures.

Qualifications Required

  • Minimum of 2 years related experience in alternative lending.
  • Post-Secondary Education preferred.
  • Demonstrates interpersonal and relationship building skills.
  • Solid understanding of the general characteristics, attributes and risk factors associated with various loan types.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications (including Word, Excel and Power Point)
  • Demonstrates strong negotiation and sales skills.
  • Solid written and verbal business communication skills.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Demonstrates effective organizational and time management skills.
  • Solid written and verbal business communication skills.
  • Exceptional analytical skills and a keen eye for detail.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Senior Manager, Finance - Special Projects
Position Description

MANDATE:

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”), the Sr Manager, Finance – Special Projects is responsible for leading the Finance & Accounting teams on all enterprise projects with Finance involvement and partnering with key stakeholders to provide solutions and advise on all accounting and reporting issues. This role also requires providing strategic thinking and end-to-end leadership and support on all Finance & Accounting initiated projects.

The Sr Manager, Finance – Special Projects is responsible for understanding, influencing and working with the Project teams within the enterprise to set project scope, ensure detailed business and data requirements are developed and manage execution for all aspects of Finance. This role also requires strong knowledge of Accounting concepts and standards, internal controls over financial reporting and regulatory reporting.

 

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Work closely with and act as a primary point of contact for the Project Management team to ensure smooth implementation of finance components for all strategic initiatives.
  • Get involved in projects at the initial stages and clearly understand the expected outcomes, deliverables and benefits of the project to assist in the early identification of issues and recommend appropriate modification to scope, if required.
  • Ensure project plan is complete and includes Accounting entries/GL set-up, accounting policy, accounting processes/operations, system set-up, internal controls, financial reporting and disclosures, management reporting and taxation.
  • Ensure development of project artifacts including charters, integrated project plan, resource plan and contingency plan while complying with applicable standard processes (eg: Project management, Risk, Audit and Compliance).
  • Manage the execution and evaluation of the design and operating effectiveness of the Company’s internal control processes.
  • Rigorously manage scope to ensure commitments are achieved within agreed time, cost and quality parameters.
  • For all new processes, evaluate the design and operating effectiveness of the processes and ensure appropriate controls over processes and financial reporting exist.
  • Identify and ensure continuous improvement through understanding and monitoring of systems and existing processes.. Develop and implement solutions that enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the function. Ensure strong working relationships within the Finance and Accounting department, ensuring engagement of the CFO and Director, Finance in decisions and initiatives.
  • Work closely with business unit heads to ensure cooperation and delivery of projects accurately and on time.
  • Manage relationship with external and internal auditors, vendors and consultants, and other key stakeholders and act as a primary point of contact for queries on Finance and Accounting projects/processes.
  • Ensures adherence with CTC’s Risk framework through effective oversight the proper implementation of policies, procedures and controls as required by regulations.

 

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

  • University degree in Business or Finance and an Accounting designation (MBA or CPA) is preferred.
  • Extensive accounting and financial reporting leadership experience with a strong understand of IFRS, GAAP and accounting processes, systems and solutions.
  • 7 to 10 years of management experience leading system implementation and an affinity to system design and development.
  • Strong organization, multi-tasking, project planning and management skills along with a risk mitigation mindset is required
  • Strong presentation skills with ability to conduct presentations comfortably to senor and executive management.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and build strong relationships with multiple stakeholders and business units.
  • Ability to proactively solve problems and escalate issues through the proper governance protocols and channels
  • Excellent power point and excel skills.
  • Sound understanding of risk management.
  • Effective attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy.
  • High level of integrity, confidentiality and accountability.
  • Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization and execution skills.
  • A well-defined sense of diplomacy, including solid negotiation, conflict resolution and people management skills.
  • Experience creating and managing budgets for a large, distributed organization.

We invite you to apply easily through your LinkedIn account by clicking the link below:

To apply via email, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@Communitytrust.ca.

Community Trust Company welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Other Opportunities
Analyst, Treasury
Business Development Manager - Vancouver
Business Reporting Analyst
Compliance Officer
Credit Risk Manager
Director, Residential Lending - Western Canada
Internal Business Development Associate
Manager, Compliance
Manager, Marketing
Manager, Mortgage Administration
Mortgage Advisor (Questrade Financial Group)
Mortgage Officer
Residential Mortgage Underwriter