Senior Investment Risk Analyst (4880)

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Senior Investment Risk Analyst
Organization:  SHEPP
Province:  Saskatchewan
Location:  Regina

SHEPP is a multi-employer, defined benefit pension plan established in 1962 with over $7 billion in assets. We strive to deliver professional pension administration services through a team of passionate, qualified and dedicated individuals. We believe in the organisation’s culture and positively impact it every day. We are committed to serving the best interests of our members and providing our employees a valuable work experience, a competitive compensation package and the opportunity to integrate work and life in a healthy and effective way.

As a valuable member of the investment team, the Senior Investment Risk Analyst is accountable for providing analytical research support to the investment team with respect to the effective measurement and management of investment risk. The Senior Investment Risk Analyst is also responsible for monitoring the Fund’s investment risk, utilising the risk system, interacting with investment service providers, maintaining the risk system data, and providing support to the Director of Investment Strategy & Risk and Chief Investment Officer.


Qualified candidates will possess an undergraduate or advanced degree in finance, math, statistics or other related discipline with seven or more years of relevant experience in investment risk management with a pension plan, asset management firm or investment consulting firm. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. To succeed in this position, you will have or be working towards a professional designation such as PRM, FRM, or CFA and have knowledge of financial management, capital markets, and portfolio management concepts. Experience with third-party risk management software such as Aladdin Risk or BarraOne would also be an asset.

You have demonstrated excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical skills; strong problem identification and resolution abilities with willingness to escalate issues appropriately; are able to exercise a high degree of initiative and sound judgment; and work with a considerable amount of independence. You can work effectively with individuals at all levels of the organisation and with external service providers.