Cash Management & Investment Analyst (4911)

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Cash Management & Investment Analyst
Organization:  Möbius Benefit Administrators Inc.
Province:  Saskatchewan
Location:  Regina

Cash Management & Investment Analyst

(Permanent Full-Time Position)

Möbius Benefit Administrators Inc. provides administrative services to pension and disability plans.  We strive to provide exceptional value to plan beneficiaries by understanding their needs and adopting and advancing industry best practices.  Our organizational culture provides individuals with the opportunity to grow their career in an organization where they can see and feel their impact every day.  Team members are expected to deliver outstanding quality and results that exceed client and customer expectations.  In return, Möbius is committed to providing individuals with the opportunity to learn, grow and stretch to the highest level of their ability and potential.

As an integral member of the Möbius team, the Cash Management & Investment Analyst is responsible for the ongoing administration of the investments for multiple pension and long-term disability plans. The Analyst provides market research and gathers and maintains information and data required to aid in the sustainable delivery of pension and disability benefits within a stated volatility range and risk profile. The Analyst helps ensure the accuracy of the portfolios, monitors fund and investment manager performance, and performs financial modelling for asset and liability management, including estimates of actuarial liabilities, to guide the design of a comprehensive investment framework. 

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We offer competitive compensation and benefits.  The salary range is $ 76,622 - $ 97,630 (based on qualifications and skills).

Please submit your cover letter and resume no later than Friday, August 3, 2018 to:

Möbius Benefit Administrators Inc.

B101-2055 Albert Street

Regina, SK

S4P 2T8



We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.


The ideal candidate will possess a degree in finance, business, economics, commerce, mathematics, statistics or other related discipline, supplemented by a minimum of 3 years of progressive institutional investment experience and will have knowledge across all major asset classes as well as a thorough knowledge of defined benefit pension plans and funding provisions.  Enrolment in or completion of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program would be an asset.