NFP
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Putting People First

Healthy workplaces are built with employees who feel comfortable speaking up and expressing their thoughts, questions and concerns.

At NFP, our passion is building strong personal relationships based on trust, transparency and active communication to create the best possible work environment for our employees and deliver the best possible solutions to our clients.

 

A successful workforce drives business results by providing multiple perspectives to problems.

 

At NFP we bring new ideas to the table, listen to each other, promote each other’s ideas and tackle the tough stuff together to innovate and grow across recruitment, retention and culture, celebrating and bolstering individuality throughout our workforce through our Diversity and Inclusion and Women in Leadership panels.

 

“We must fiercely protect our core principles of being personal, genuinely caring for one another, developing one another and celebrating each other’s success.”

— Doug Hammond, Chairman and CEO

 

“Our respect for one another because of – not in spite of – our differences and walks of life is what makes NFP great. It’s the respect that feeds the bold ideas that thrust us forward into a bright and prosperous future.”

— Kim Davis, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer 

 

Career Opportunities

Project Manager, M&A P&C Due Diligence
About NFP:We’re NFP, a three-time Best Places to Work award winner in Business Insurance for 2017-2019 as well as an Elite 2018 Agency award winner and named as a Top Employee Benefits Firm. We’re a leading Insurance Broker and Consultant providing Employee Benefits, Property & Casualty, Retirement, and Individual solutions and have 6,000+ employees in 300 offices across Canada, the U.K. and the U.S. We’ll take care of you. With excellent benefits, compensation packages and management support, you will maximize your potential and move your career forward with us.NFP and You... Better. Together.About the Role:We’re looking for an exceptional Project Manager with a background in M&A Property & Casualty Due Diligence. The Project Manager will be responsible for analysis of target companies’ P&C insurance programs and successfully guiding clients through the transaction.Responsibilities:Obtain needed information from target companies via data rooms and conference callsUtilize internal and external sources for client, industry and coverage researchEngage subject matter experts from across NFP to deliver world-class consultingEvaluate the existing and future risk issues of the target company and adequacy of its insurance and risk management programsIdentify opportunities to add value for clients: enhanced coverage, cost savings, or risk management practicesAddress the impact the transaction will have on coveragePrepare due diligence reports, including coverage narratives, data and loss analysisCommunicate findings in written and oral form to internal and external clientsKnowledge, Skills, and/or Abilities:Expert knowledge of property & casualty programsStrong project management skills with the ability to work on multiple projects at one timeDetail-oriented with strong analytical skillsExcellent communication skills, both written and oralDeadline drivenAbility to build relationships and communicate complicated data as well as explaining the overall planTech savvy with strong MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word skillsPreferred Education and/or Experience:Minimum of 8 years of P&C broker experience with a minimum of 5 years of P&C due diligence experienceBachelor’s degreeP&C LicenseIndustry designations or post-graduate degree a plus
Project Manager, M&A P&C Due Diligence
About NFP:We’re NFP, a three-time Best Places to Work award winner in Business Insurance for 2017-2019 as well as an Elite 2018 Agency award winner and named as a Top Employee Benefits Firm. We’re a leading Insurance Broker and Consultant providing Employee Benefits, Property & Casualty, Retirement, and Individual solutions and have 6,000+ employees in 300 offices across Canada, the U.K. and the U.S. We’ll take care of you. With excellent benefits, compensation packages and management support, you will maximize your potential and move your career forward with us.NFP and You... Better. Together.About the Role:We’re looking for an exceptional Project Manager with a background in M&A Property & Casualty Due Diligence. The Project Manager will be responsible for analysis of target companies’ P&C insurance programs and successfully guiding clients through the transaction.Responsibilities:Obtain needed information from target companies via data rooms and conference callsUtilize internal and external sources for client, industry and coverage researchEngage subject matter experts from across NFP to deliver world-class consultingEvaluate the existing and future risk issues of the target company and adequacy of its insurance and risk management programsIdentify opportunities to add value for clients: enhanced coverage, cost savings, or risk management practicesAddress the impact the transaction will have on coveragePrepare due diligence reports, including coverage narratives, data and loss analysisCommunicate findings in written and oral form to internal and external clientsKnowledge, Skills, and/or Abilities:Expert knowledge of property & casualty programsStrong project management skills with the ability to work on multiple projects at one timeDetail-oriented with strong analytical skillsExcellent communication skills, both written and oralDeadline drivenAbility to build relationships and communicate complicated data as well as explaining the overall planTech savvy with strong MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word skillsPreferred Education and/or Experience:Minimum of 8 years of P&C broker experience with a minimum of 5 years of P&C due diligence experienceBachelor’s degreeP&C LicenseIndustry designations or post-graduate degree a plus
Payroll Manager
Summary: The Payroll Manager will lead all payroll functions for NFP Canada. The role is part of the human resources department, but will work coordinate with the finance department, managers and employees to manage all payroll functions. The successful candidate can work well in a fast paced, high volume environment who has the ability to deal with sensitive and highly confidential information in a productive and organized manner.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Acts as a point of contact for all payroll, time management, and leave inquiresMaintains payroll information in UltiPro payroll system; directing the collection, calculation, and entering of data.Assist managers with the understanding of: UltiPro timesheets, PTO, provide NFP policies if neededAccurately input all payroll related data necessary to process and meet deadlines including but not limited to new hires, terminations, salary changes, manager changes, and address changes.Prepares reports by compiling summaries of earnings, taxes, deductions, leave, disability, and nontaxable wages for accounting, human resources, and other departments as neededDetermines payroll liabilities by approving the calculation of employee federal tax, CPP, RRSP, EI, and LTD.Manage leave of absence pay.Balances the payroll accounts by resolving payroll discrepancies.Maintains payroll guidelines by writing and updating policies and procedures.Maintains employee confidence and protects payroll operations by keeping information confidential.Complies with federal, provincial, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.Maintains payroll team results by counseling and mentoring; planning, monitoring, and appraising individual staff results.Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.Knowledge, Skills, and/or Abilities: Must be an effective verbal and written communicatorHRIS – data input and Time & Attendance experience requiredKnowledge of LTD, STD and other Provincial LeavesIntermediate to advanced experience in Microsoft ExcelSolid analytical, mathematical, and research skillsGreat interpersonal skillsExcellent communication skills (written and verbal)Strong attention to detailHighly organizedEducation and/or Experience: College Degree a plus5+ years of experience leading payroll processesExperience in Ultimate Software’s UltiPro HRIS preferredCertificates, Licenses, Registration: CPM (Certified Payroll Manager) or PCP (Payroll Compliance Practitioner) preferred.NFP Canada welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Payroll Manager
Summary: The Payroll Manager will lead all payroll functions for NFP Canada. The role is part of the human resources department, but will work coordinate with the finance department, managers and employees to manage all payroll functions. The successful candidate can work well in a fast paced, high volume environment who has the ability to deal with sensitive and highly confidential information in a productive and organized manner.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Acts as a point of contact for all payroll, time management, and leave inquiresMaintains payroll information in UltiPro payroll system; directing the collection, calculation, and entering of data.Assist managers with the understanding of: UltiPro timesheets, PTO, provide NFP policies if neededAccurately input all payroll related data necessary to process and meet deadlines including but not limited to new hires, terminations, salary changes, manager changes, and address changes.Prepares reports by compiling summaries of earnings, taxes, deductions, leave, disability, and nontaxable wages for accounting, human resources, and other departments as neededDetermines payroll liabilities by approving the calculation of employee federal tax, CPP, RRSP, EI, and LTD.Manage leave of absence pay.Balances the payroll accounts by resolving payroll discrepancies.Maintains payroll guidelines by writing and updating policies and procedures.Maintains employee confidence and protects payroll operations by keeping information confidential.Complies with federal, provincial, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.Maintains payroll team results by counseling and mentoring; planning, monitoring, and appraising individual staff results.Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.Knowledge, Skills, and/or Abilities: Must be an effective verbal and written communicatorHRIS – data input and Time & Attendance experience requiredKnowledge of LTD, STD and other Provincial LeavesIntermediate to advanced experience in Microsoft ExcelSolid analytical, mathematical, and research skillsGreat interpersonal skillsExcellent communication skills (written and verbal)Strong attention to detailHighly organizedEducation and/or Experience: College Degree a plus5+ years of experience leading payroll processesExperience in Ultimate Software’s UltiPro HRIS preferredCertificates, Licenses, Registration: CPM (Certified Payroll Manager) or PCP (Payroll Compliance Practitioner) preferred.NFP Canada welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Receptionist
Summary: The primary purpose/responsibility of the Receptionist is to make sure that each visitor feels welcomed and comfortable. The Receptionist is the first person that a visitor encounters, so the receptionist needs to be courteous, professional, and helpful. Receptionist answers telephones, route calls, greet visitors, respond to inquiries from the public and provide information about the organization. In addition, the Receptionist contributes to the security of an organization by helping to monitor the access of visitors.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Greet all NFP visitors.Answer all incoming calls to NFP. Always speak clearly with professionalism and courtesy. Be respectful and business like.Professional appearanceAccept all incoming food, overnight mail, supply orders and flower deliveries.Keep all phone lists and cheat sheets up to date.Activate/deactivate access cards/fobs for all employees. Send emails to those that do not return them in the appropriate timeframe. Maintain access card log; check out temporary cards/fobs to staff, vendors, etc….Call courier service when requested.Screen calls to limit solicitors from accessing staff persons. Do not provide names and/or extensions of NFP employees to solicitors.High level of attention to detail.Must be able to multi-task.Excellent oral and written communication skills with customers, vendors and employees.Effective organizational skills – keeps files and work area organized.Ability to work with minimal supervision.Ability to periodically work extended hours.Other duties as assignedCommitment to culture requires a demonstration of professionalism, accountability, customer/client focus, and teamwork Knowledge, Skills, and/or Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Individual must also have basic Desktop computer skills including but not limited to Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word. Education and/or Experience: High school graduate or an equivalent required.Certificates, Licenses, Registration: None requiredNFP Canada welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.NFP and You... Better. Together.
Receptionist
Summary: The primary purpose/responsibility of the Receptionist is to make sure that each visitor feels welcomed and comfortable. The Receptionist is the first person that a visitor encounters, so the receptionist needs to be courteous, professional, and helpful. Receptionist answers telephones, route calls, greet visitors, respond to inquiries from the public and provide information about the organization. In addition, the Receptionist contributes to the security of an organization by helping to monitor the access of visitors.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Greet all NFP visitors.Answer all incoming calls to NFP. Always speak clearly with professionalism and courtesy. Be respectful and business like.Professional appearanceAccept all incoming food, overnight mail, supply orders and flower deliveries.Keep all phone lists and cheat sheets up to date.Activate/deactivate access cards/fobs for all employees. Send emails to those that do not return them in the appropriate timeframe. Maintain access card log; check out temporary cards/fobs to staff, vendors, etc….Call courier service when requested.Screen calls to limit solicitors from accessing staff persons. Do not provide names and/or extensions of NFP employees to solicitors.High level of attention to detail.Must be able to multi-task.Excellent oral and written communication skills with customers, vendors and employees.Effective organizational skills – keeps files and work area organized.Ability to work with minimal supervision.Ability to periodically work extended hours.Other duties as assignedCommitment to culture requires a demonstration of professionalism, accountability, customer/client focus, and teamwork Knowledge, Skills, and/or Abilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Individual must also have basic Desktop computer skills including but not limited to Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word. Education and/or Experience: High school graduate or an equivalent required.Certificates, Licenses, Registration: None requiredNFP Canada welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.NFP and You... Better. Together.
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