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Compensation Consultant

  • Employer: PPI Management Inc.
  • Office: 3600 4th Street SE
  • Location: Calgary, Alberta
  • Other Possible Location(s): Halifax, Nova Scotia; North York, Ontario; Quebec, Quebec; Winnipeg, Manitoba; St-John's, Newfoundland and Labrador; Edmonton, Alberta
  • Job category: Not Evaluated (Job Family)
  • Job ID: JR10020401
  • Job type: Permanent Job
  • Apply before: 2024-06-21


PPI company overview:

PPI (an independent subsidiary of iA Financial) is an Insurance Marketing Organization that sits between independent advisors and insurance companies. From coast-to-coast, we provide value-added services and support such as digital tools, education, marketing, and processing, to help Advisors elevate and grow their business with a socially responsible mindset.

At PPI, each day you have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference when you support our independent insurance advisors in providing financial security and peace of mind to their clients: Canadian families and businesses.

When you join PPI you will be part of a diverse, inclusive and equitable place to work that values different perspectives. You will benefit from a culture that is people-focused, inclusive and collaborative with opportunities to learn and develop your skills, develop your career and make a meaningful impact.

Our people drive our progress through innovative ideas and a commitment to excellence. We work hard and always ensure we have fun along the way.

PPI is pleased to provide employees with the flexibility of a hybrid work environment.  This role is eligible for working from home up to 3 days per week. 

For more information about PPI visit: www.ppi.ca

Compensation Consultant

The Compensation Consultant is responsible for processing and analyzing compensation and commission payments as quickly and seamlessly as possible ensuring service levels to internal and external clients are maintained.   This also includes acting as the subject matter expert to provide context and clarity for all internal Financial Reporting.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide timely front-line response to all compensation related questions from internal and external clients by telephone, fax, email.

  • Assume ownership of assigned inquiries, including recognizing any urgencies and effectively resolving any issues pertaining to Advisor compensation.

  • Perform in-depth commission investigations as required and prepare clear/concise reporting.

  • Build effective relationships with Advisors and internal partners, acting as a consistent point of contact on compensation related issues and follow through to resolution.

  • Assist Sales team members and internal business partners with furthering their understanding of the compensation agreements at each carrier.

  • Processes manual commission corrections and ad-hoc bonus payments.

  • Manage the debit collection process for Advisors with outstanding payments to PPI.

  • Additional responsibilities, duties and special projects as identified.

  • Engage in actions that that encourage, reflect and align with PPI’s ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) commitments to our Advisors, their clients and our employees.

Education, Experience and Skills:

  • 2 - 3 years experience in the insurance industry or a similarly aligned Financial Accounting position

  • Experience in a highly service-oriented role

  • Demonstrated financial acumen with strong mathematical and analytical skills and an understanding of Basic Accounting principles

  • Excellent judgement with strong sense of responsibility and accountability

  • Outstanding attention to detail with proven ability to be precise, accurate and meticulous

  • Excellent organization and time management skills with proven ability to handle multiple priorities and competing deadlines

  • Effective communication skills, both oral and written 

  • Proven ability to work effectively with others to establish and maintain collaborative and productive working relationships

  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office applications

  • Excellent English language skills, both oral and written required, due to frequent interactions with English-speaking colleagues, internal partners and clients across Canada.  Excellent French language skills, both oral and written, would be an asset

We thank all applicants for applying, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  Your resume may be used for other vacancies.

At iA, we invest,
in you.

Our employees are our best investment and we have much to offer them.

Company Overview


iA Financial Group is the strength of a company with a human side, with its over 8,000 employees. Together, we have earned the trust of our more than four million clients and 50,000 advisors who have chosen us for their insurance, savings, and wealth management.

With over $200 billion in assets and half a billion invested in technological innovation, we’re a key player in the financial services industry in Canada and the United States. The secret to our success? Investing in you, one person at a time. Because, for over 125 years, we have believed that it’s by supporting our employees and surrounding ourselves with the most reputable leaders in the industry, we will continue to innovate.

At iA, we’re invested in you.

Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

At iA Financial Group, we support and celebrate diversity. We strive to provide a workplace that is recognized as inclusive for all, regardless of ethnic origin, nationality, language, religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family situation, or physical or mental disability.

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