- Employer: IA Clarington Inc.
- Office: 522 University Avenue
- Location: Toronto, Ontario
- Other Possible Location(s): Montreal, Quebec; Québec, Quebec
- Job category: Transaction Services Operations - Generalist/Multidiscipline
- Job ID: JR10017339
- Job type: Permanent Job Full time
- Apply before: 2023-06-09
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1. Process manual transactions, review reports for reconciliation and conduct quality assurance
activities for entries into the client recordkeeping system.
The client administrator is responsible for providing accurate, timely and efficient account
administration for IA Clarington’s clients. The administrator will perform duties and activities that
contribute to the effective operation of the client administration area by adhering to quality and
productivity standards, by taking responsibility for monitoring both personal and team/function
based workloads. The administrator will pursue excellence by taking personal responsibility for
knowing and understanding current work processes, policies and procedures as well as relevant
corporate and/or industry regulations.
To ensure the continuing development of our administrators, IA Clarington will train and assign
administrators to various units and functions within Client Administration (e.g. Financial, non
financial, registered products, adjustments etc.). In return, we expect our administrators to be
prepared to constantly upgrade their level of knowledge, skills and understanding of our
2. Where appropriate, serve as resource and provide information or expertise to queries from
internal as well as possibly external parties on matters related to account administration,
work processes, policies and procedures; To a limited degree, we expect client
administrators to also serve as knowledge source for regulatory and industry requirements
and to escalate to management issues that hinder meeting deadlines, impact client service;
or have potential loss to the organization
3. Administrators are encouraged to participate in the identification of opportunities for work
process improvements, for service enhancements and for the betterment of the work place.
We rely on our administrators to have and/or develop an aptitude and desire for constant
learning and personal development. Assist and support the team as required by taking on
extra workload or doing overtime during absences or during periods of seasonally higher
4. Assist fellow team members including supervisors and managers on special projects such as
yearend or periodic reporting or data review/cleanup. Other assignments might include
researching applicable tax/pension regulations and assist in updating the department’s
policies and procedures to ensure department’s processes are current and compliant
Values and Other attributes required:
Excellent work ethic and learning skills, highly detailed oriented and accurate, sensitive to
deadlines; Honesty and integrity; empathy, sense of partnership, strong customer service focus and
orientation, strong problem-solving skills; Self motivated and possesses good time management
skills with the ability to multi-task; Ability to work in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment;
· 1 -2 years progressive work experience in a mutual fund processing and/or Client Services
environment (manufacturer, third party or dealer)
· Previous experience in mutual fund general operations and/or trust accounting etc. environment
an asset; Knowledge or experience in registered funds administration an asset
· Successful completion of CSC and/or IFIC preferred
· Working knowledge of the financial services industry in general and mutual funds in particular
· Post-secondary education and bilingualism (French) an asset
· Working knowledge of relevant client account processing and database environments with
preference for iFAST, Unitrax or other in house proprietary systems; Proficiency with various
computer and web applications a must
Primary focus is on adherence to predefined policies and procedures. However, administrators are
expected to be able to identify trends, recurring mistakes and/or areas for improvement. Therefore,
we require the administrator to be detailed oriented and be able to adhere to predefined P & P but to
not be fully confined, rigid or bureaucratic in their thinking or focus. We expect the administrator to
develop the ability for high level thinking and the capacity for viewing matters from a big picture
perspective. Problem identification and resolution skills are essential.
DIRECTION RECEIVED — Describe amount of supervision expected or required from superior or
others, and the extent of use of written instructions and/or procedures.
We expect administrators to have a sense of ownership for their specific function(s) within the
department. The administrator is expected to be able to manage his/her own workload and see
things to completion without the need for further follow-up (reliability and consistency essential)
The administrator must have a solid knowledge and understanding of the unitholder record keeping
environment and of corporate policies and procedures. This is necessary for the administrator to
effectively make the right decisions in the course of performing his/her responsibilities and achieve
‘first time right’ success. The administrator must be cognizant of the proper boundaries of his/her
mandate and know how and when to escalate appropriately.
Working in conjunction with his/her supervisor, the administrator is responsible for ensuring the
completion of all incoming trades based on the applicable service level standard (same day, 24
hours, 48 hours etc.). The administrator is expected to actively communicate and coordinate with
his/her team to meet productivity and quality targets including participation in special projects where
applicable. The capacity to multi-task effectively is a preferred quality
Depending on the actual work function assigned, the administrator may be responsible for
processing transactions with high dollar value (up to 7 figures on occasion). While there is be checks
for quality control, the administrators do have the potential to negatively impact significant dollar
Office environment. Regular work day is 8.5 hour shifts with 1 hour lunch and 2 15 min breaks;
Hours of operation are generally 8:30 am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Additional hours will be required
seasonally or during peak periods or in connection with new projects/initiatives. Business attire. No
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