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Statistical Services Analyst

Release Date: 07/19/2023
Staff Reference: clhia careers

Imagine a job where YOU can utilize your exceptional interpersonal skills to liaise effectively with both internal and external teams.

Add a great collaborative team, a challenging variety of work, excellent work life balance, and you have imagined a job at the CLHIA.

About the CLHIA

CLHIA is the respected voice of Canada's Life and Health insurers. Our work concerns the lives of all Canadians. We work alongside our members to advance public policy solutions that ensure a sound and vibrant life and health insurance industry that allows Canadians to enjoy greater financial security and access to valuable supplementary health benefits. Every day at the CLHIA, we bring:

  • our authentic selves to the job
  • our best ideas to every challenge
  • our open minds to other perspectives
  • our full trust in one another’s abilities
  • our commitment to exemplify respect, accountability, teamwork, and excellence in how we work together; and
  • our genuine enthusiasm for a job well done – whether it’s your own achievement or someone else’s.

We are a stable and secure association that has been busier than ever. We are a small close-knit team that works together to make sure the association runs smoothly. This position is currently a hybrid position where you are expected to attend the office at least 2 days a week.

The Right Fit

We believe the kind of person you are matters. We have a culture of respect and caring, and we want employees who will thrive in our environment. When we hire, we consider your potential and how you may fit with our team.

You will succeed here if you are:

An excellent communicator – you will be collaborating with not only our internal team but with stakeholders and member companies. Your ability to communicate clearly and with several different parties will support your success.

Independent – you are self-motivated and manage your time well. You are able to organize your day to meet often conflicting priorities and deadlines.

Flexible – this is a position where you will have to approach an issue through different angles and the ability to analyze a situation or problem.

The Position:

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Statistical Services, the Statistical Services Analyst is responsible for collecting and reporting industry statistics on the life and health insurance industry to support CLHIA advocacy initiatives.

The position package includes:

  • Prescription, dental and paramedical benefits, with employer paid premiums
  • A defined contribution pension plan with employer matching
  • We also offer a competitive compensation package
  • 3 weeks paid vacation
  • 10 sick days
  • 2 floater days
  • Hybrid work model based out of our Toronto office

What you will be working on:
  • Managing and enhancing various industry surveys and analytical solutions to support CLHIA’s policy and advocacy objectives for the Canadian life and health insurance industry
  • Extracting, manipulating, and cleansing of raw data received through surveys and other sources
  • Liaising with stakeholders to troubleshoot and resolve issues regarding data quality and completeness
  • Contributing to the maintenance and development of the CLHIA’s SQL database: manage corporate profiles, data imports and mapping routines to ensure data integrity, as well as improving processes
  • Developing visualisations, dashboards, and presentations to effectively communicate statistical results as well as industry trends and patterns
  • Managing ad hoc requests for data analysis from CLHIA staff and web inquiries, supporting projects and initiatives. This may include identifying data sources, designing surveys, coordinating data collection, running queries, preparing analyses/reports, and providing interpretation of statistics/results
  • Monitoring the release of statistical data and industry reports on the life and health insurance industry from external sources

What you will bring:
  • University Degree in Statistics, Economics, Mathematics, Business, Finance or equivalent
  • Two (2) years of relevant statistical/financial analysis experience; experience in financial services, and/or the life and health insurance industry an asset (including co-op terms)
  • Advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat), with high proficiency in use of Microsoft Excel; comfortable working with very large datasets and complex spreadsheets
  • Database applications/reporting experience (e.g. SQL Management Studio and SQL Reporting Services, or equivalent)
  • Experience with data visualisation tools (Power BI or Tableau) is an asset
  • Strong research, problem solving, and analytical skills
  • Organization, project, and time management skills to handle multiple projects, including those with tight timelines and changing priorities
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written), including the ability to effectively build relationships and work collaboratively with individuals at all levels within and outside the CLHIA
  • Bilingualism (English & French) an asset

How to apply:

Please submit your resume to

The CLHIA is committed to ensuring fair and inclusive employment practices. On request, we provide accommodation for applicants with disabilities in accordance with the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. If you require accommodation, please advise us. We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.