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Competition #: 1182 |
Job Type: One-Year |
Date: July 28, 2018
Under the direction of the Manager, Information Governance (IG), the Solution Administrator / Developer participates in the development of Information Management (IM) / Information Governance (IG) technology standards, the evaluation of new technologies and/or IM/IG capabilities. This position reports to the Manager, IG.
Competition #: 1180 |
Job Type: One-Year |
Date: June 10, 2018
Under the direction of the Director, Resolution Planning, the Analyst’s primary activities are to support the development of CDIC’s resolution plans for its large and midsize members; analyze large volumes of information; research international developments affecting our members and summarize their impact; and contribute to the preparation of written reports and presentations to a highly sophisticated audience of decision makers.
Competition #: 1166 |
Date: June 11, 2018
As a team member you will contribute to CDIC’s preparedness to resolve member financial institutions by ensuring that CDIC has effective legal and transactional skills and frameworks in place to facilitate the orderly resolution of a member institutions, and contributes to CDIC’s development of resolution execution strategies.
Competition #: 1179 |
Job Type: Permanent |
Date: May 27, 2018
Under the Technical Services Manager, the Service Desk Analyst (SDA) is responsible for providing first-level technical support through the Service Desk, installing and maintaining computer-related hardware, software and peripherals and for performing entry level Local Area Network (LAN) administration functions.
Competition #: 1176 |
Job Type: One-Year Term |
Closing Date: May 20, 2018
As the Manager, Resolution Planning, you will be responsible for guiding the D-SIBs in the development and maintenance of their resolution plans, developing and maintaining resolution plans for mid-sized banks and contributing to the operational preparedness of CDIC to resolve a large bank.
We believe a workplace reflecting the various backgrounds and cultures of Canadians brings strength to our organization. We have fair and equitable employment policies and practices to attract and retain a diverse and highly skilled workforce.
All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada. Security clearances are also required for positions at
CDIC and involve verifying Canadian residency status, reference inquiries, criminal records and credit checks and fingerprinting.