Trust Coordinator

Position Name

Trust Coordinator

Position Description

First Nations Bank of Canada is a federally chartered bank primarily focused on providing financial services to the Indigenous marketplace in Canada. Over 87% Indigenous owned and controlled, FNBC is a leader in advocating for the growth of the Indigenous economy and the economic well-being of Indigenous people. Headquartered in Saskatoon, SK and named one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers, FNBC takes pride in its workforce of over 64% Indigenous employees working at locations across Canada.

FNB Trust is FNBC’s wholly owned trust company providing Indigenous Trust Services to Indigenous governments and organizations across Canada. FNB Trust strengthens the capacity of its customers, in alignment with FNBC’s mission toward the long-term economic well-being of Indigenous Peoples.

Reporting directly to the Senior Trust and Client Operations Officer, the Trust Coordinator will be accountable for preparing client meeting materials, quarterly and annual reports, and coordinating and organizing client meetings and events. This is a permanent full-time opportunity. The Trust Officer will be accountable for delivering high quality, ethical trust client services to existing and prospective trust clients.

Qualifications Required

As a Trust Coordinator, you are a driven and detail-oriented individual. You are responsible for supporting trust client service goals by ensuring all administrative requirements associated with each client and prospective client are met, in collaboration with the FNB Trust team, and FNBC’s Finance, Compliance and Risk functions.

You are client-focused and efficient, with a strong sense of proactivity and effective at working in a quick-paced team. You thrive in a changing environment, and within the scope of your role you will need to plan, coordinate, and report in accordance with the terms and conditions of client trust agreements.

You must have:

  • Undergraduate degree in Business or related field and at least two (2) years’ experience working in an office setting in a coordination role

  • Effective at building and maintaining client and team collaboration

  • Proven ability to manage competing priorities without losing focus on key accountabilities

  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communications

  • Exceptional ability to pay attention to detail

  • Moderate to high level of financial literacy and mathematical ability

  • High level of fluency with Microsoft Office products – Excel, PowerPoint, Word

  • Ability to work in an environment that demands objectivity and sensitivity

  • Strong change management skills and the flexibility to work in a changing environment.

  • Travel may be required; possess a Class 5 driver’s license

  • Acceptable criminal record and credit checks

Job Location

Candidates from all Canadian regions will be considered, with preference given to those able to work out of either Saskatoon, Vancouver or Winnipeg offices. Saskatoon and Vancouver are both located on First Nation lands.

How to Apply

Please submit your cover letter and resume to:

We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.