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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.


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.


Reporting to the Senior Manager, Compensation, the Advisor plays a key role in the development, implementation and management of the various Compensation programs and activities of all PSP employees globally.

As an Advisor, Compensation you’ll:

  • Provide compensation support and expertise to HR team members for the various activities: talent acquisition, job evaluation, internal mobility, payroll, employee experience, global mobility, etc.

  • Develop tools and processes, and provide guidance to HR colleagues and internal stakeholders to support decision-making and maintain internal equity for all compensation-related decisions

  • Participate in the compensation budgetary planning process by gathering data and preparing analyses that will support recommendations and business decisions

  • Coordinate yearly and ad-hoc compensation benchmarking activities for Canada, US, UK and Hong Kong in alignment with business and corporate objectives. This includes market monitoring, gathering, analyzing and interpreting data received from various sources, summarizing findings and formulating recommendations

  • Play a key role in the year-end processes, i.e. salary review and incentive compensation grants and payouts, by preparing systems, processing and validating data and producing compensation statement, while ensuring the highest level of professionalism and data integrity

  • Maintain and continuously improve Compensation databases and data analytics by leveraging multiple sources of data for reporting and decision-making purposes

  • Participate in various compensation-related projects, such as total rewards communication, pay equity, program design, process improvement, system configuration, etc.


  • Being a strong collaborator, cultivating meaningful relationships with colleagues and clients is essential to this role

  • Demonstrate organization skills, autonomy and initiative, as well as capacity to navigate in a fast-paced environment

  • Attention to detail and rigorous work approach

  • High level of discretion and professionalism

  • Effective communications skills, both written and spoken

  • Ability to manage competing priorities and respect deadlines


  • Five to seven years of relevant experience; experience in consulting or financial services is an asset

  • University degree in actuarial sciences, human resources or other relevant field of study

  • Excellent analytical skills and experience with data analysis and report drafting

  • Expert knowledge of Excel, as well as other tools of the MS Office suite

  • Knowledge of Workday is an asset

  • Knowledge of Pay equity legislation is an asset

  • Bilingualism required (French and English), written and spoken

We offer a competitive total rewards and benefits package* designed to attract and retain top talent, reward performance, and reinforce business strategies and priorities. Beyond salary and incentive pay eligibility, your package includes:

  • A flexible hybrid work model with a mix of in-office and remote days based on business groups, teams, and roles, including a periodic allowance to support any hybrid related needs

  • Competitive pension plans

  • Comprehensive group insurance plans

  • Unlimited access to virtual healthcare services and wellness programs

  • Generous and inclusive paid family leave

  • Vacation days available on day one with additional vacation days on milestone service anniversaries, and summer Friday afternoons off

  • Investment in career development

*Benefits package may vary based on your employee type.

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.

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.