Analyst, ScotiaLife Trinidad and Tobago Limited (Temporary)

Trinidad and Tobago (TT)
Not Disclosed
09 Sep 2019
09 Oct 2019
Contract type
Full time

Analyst, ScotiaLife Trinidad and Tobago Limited (Temporary)

Job Summary –

 The Analyst is responsible for providing technical and administrative support to the Manager, Financial Reporting and the accounting operation in a complex environment by effectively and efficiently maintaining specific accounting systems in conformity with ScotiaLife Trinidad and Tobago Limited’s (SLTT) regulations and procedures. The position is also required to provide support to all jurisdictions and entities supported by SLTT and comply with the respective island’s regulations and procedures. The position is responsible for ensuring that all transactions arising from normal day-to-day operations are appropriately and accurately recorded in accordance with established policies and procedures, such that all financial and management reporting fairly represent the state of the reporting entity’s finances. These include preparation of bank reconciliations, income and expense schedules and assist in preparation of management accounts.

The Analyst is also responsible for ensuring that all functions are executed in an expeditious and professional manner. To do so, the incumbent must also provide customer service in accordance with the established standards and procedures to ensure overall customer satisfaction.

The ideal candidate should have:

·          Good organisational skills in planning, scheduling and prioritising the workload to meet tight reporting deadlines and excellent analytical skills.

·          Strong innovative, forward thinking and creative problem solving skills

·          Technical knowledge of local, corporate, economic and legal issues and related laws such as the Insurance Act, Income Tax Act,

·          International Accounting Standards and other legislation relevant to the reporting entity.

·          Strong relationship management skills to create a continuity of contact with our parent company, its affiliates/subsidiaries and industry regulators, establishing trust and credibility to ensure that these parties feel comfortable doing business with the reporting entity.

Minimum desired criteria:

·          A minimum of level 2 ACCA or equivalent qualification from a recognised professional body.

·          Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to listen well and convey concepts effectively

·          Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows based computer applications

·          Minimum of 2 years working experience in a Finance environment. Experience in Insurance will be an asset.


Your comprehensive resume should be received no later than 15th September, 2019.

Thank you for interest, but please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.