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Intern, Financial Planning & Analysis (May – August 2023)

ACCA Consulting

This is a Contract position in Vancouver, BC posted January 23, 2023.

Intern, Financial Planning & Analysis (May
– August 2023) ABOUT US We’re one of Canada’s largest pension investment managers, with CAD$230.5 billion of net assets as at March 31, 2022.

We invest funds for the pension plans of the federal public service, the Canadian Forces, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Reserve Force.

Headquartered in Ottawa, PSP Investments has its principal business office in Montréal and offices in New York, London and Hong Kong.

Capturing and leading complex global investments requires us to work as one to seize valuable opportunities, in close collaboration with some of the world’s top companies.

At PSP, you’ll join a team of motivated and engaged professionals, dedicated to propelling our organization further than ever before.

EXPERIENCE THE EDGE At PSP, we encourage our employees to grow, forge powerful relationships, contribute and fuel inspired investment launchpads.

We are committed to a culture that fosters collaboration and allows us to think beyond, in an interconnected way.

We advocate for our employees to speak-up, learn, experiment, share, and be part of an inclusive work environment where diversity is embraced.

ABOUT THE TEAM Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) acts as a financial advisor and business partner to actively support the decision-making process in the organization.

The department analyzes complex firm-wide data and develops narratives and visuals to support the “storytelling” and the decision-making process.

The team works closely with the business to understand key drivers of financial performance and steer the results.

ABOUT YOUR ROLE As an Intern, Financial Planning & Analysis, reporting to the Director FP&A , you will: Analyze monthly and quarterly results and document variances, trends vs projections and vs previous periods’ results Contribute to financial analysis presentation to provide quarterly updates to the different groups Ensure monthly update of different reporting templates and models, including data validation Collaborate to the enhancement of our financial projection models, by identifying and leveraging drivers between groups and cost types Performs other financial planning and analysis tasks as required WHAT YOU’LL NEED Enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree in Business administration, Accounting, Finance, or Data analytics Ability to navigate a fast-paced environment with a high level of autonomy Attention to detail and rigorous approach to research, analysis and documentation Ability to work in a team and maintain effective relationships at all levels of the company Fluent in English and French, spoken and written Expertise in Microsoft applications, especially Excel and Power point Must return to studies after the internship or the internship must be part of your curriculum At PSP, we aim to provide an inclusive workplace where we leverage diversity and where everyone feels valued, safe, respected and empowered to grow.

As part of this leadership commitment, we strongly encourage applications from all qualified applicants and strive to offer an inclusive and accessible candidate experience.

If you require any accommodation for any part of the recruitment process, please let us know.

This position is located at our Montreal offices.

Length of internship: May
– August 2023 To apply, please upload your resume, cover letter and most recent unofficial transcript Deadline to apply: January 22, 2023 Visit us on LinkedIn.

www.investpsp.com Vaccination: We are committed to a healthy and safe work environment.

As a Canadian Crown Corporation with offices around the world, we adhere to Canadian and local government guidelines regarding COVID-19.

Vaccination is not currently a mandatory employment criteria.

However, this is subject to change, depending on Canadian and local government guidelines.