Current opportunities

Data Architect

Competition #: 1200 | Job Type: Permanent | Closing Date: Open

The Finance and Administration division is seeking to fill the position of Data Architect, reporting to the Director, Business Solutions. If you have experience and knowledge in the following areas, apply today to join the team!

The Data Architect is responsible for the design, implementation, and maintenance of data solutions at CDIC. This position will ensure that information from diverse sources can be integrated and made corporately available, enabling CDIC with the appropriate tools and processes to perform complex data analysis, visualizations and reporting.

Junior Business Intelligence Analyst

Competition #: 1201 | Job Type: Permanent | Closing Date: March 24, 2019

The Junior Business Intelligence Analyst will provide support for analysis, design, implementation, and maintenance of relational and analytical data solutions at CDIC and assist to ensure that the data requirements of the corporation are captured and assessed for compatibility with appropriate visualizations, and reporting tools.

Manager and/or Analyst, Resolution Preparedness

Competition #: 1214 | Job Type: Permanent | Closing Date: March 22, 2019

We are seeking to fill three positions at the Manager and/or Analyst level in the Resolution Preparedness team in Toronto - a multi-disciplinary team responsible for the development, design and testing of intervention tools, processes and practices in order to contribute to the Corporation’s operational readiness to resolve a failed federally-regulated financial institution.

Principal, Deposit Insurance

Competition #: 1203 | Job Type: Permanent| Closing Date: February 17, 2019

We are seeking to fill the position of Principal reporting to the Director, Insurance. The Principal, Deposit Insurance is charged with leading strategic reviews of CDIC’s by-laws in support of senior management’s and CDIC’s objectives, and for conducting focused academic research on deposit innovations in support of the deposit clearance function and the administration of the CDIC compliance framework.

Security clearances

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.

Proficiency levels of Second Language (Comprehension, Writing and Oral)

A = Beginner/Minimum Level
B = Intermediate Level
C = Advanced Level
E = Exempt