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Alberta School Employee Benefit Plan’s (ASEBP) roots are in Alberta’s education sector. Jointly sponsored by the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) and the Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA) in 1968, ASEBP was created to provide a unique service: provision of health and welfare benefits specifically for the public education sector. This relationship guides ASEBP, shapes its decisions and secures its focus as a committed partner for school jurisdictions in Alberta’s K-12 education sector. Today, ASEBP serves over 60,000 covered members and 65,000 dependents in almost 60 school jurisdictions and 11 associations across Alberta. Its focus is on prevention, and the commitment is to creating resources designed to foster healthy lifestyles and healthy workplaces.
ASEBP is continually refining their approach in order to improve, maintain and protect their covered members’ overall wellness. They reinvest plan dollars in proactive health benefits and services and focus on fostering healthy lifestyles and healthy workplaces through innovative offerings and partnerships like The Sandbox—a space for healthy school workplaces. They are always adapting and looking for new ways to reach and support their covered members and use evidence to inform their progressive plan design and case management, practices and programming.
ASEBP is different from traditional insurance providers and their governance structure offers no exception. Governed by 10 Trustees, five appointed by the ASBA and five appointed by the ATA, the Trustees are bound by a Deed of Trust which sets out their operational terms and conditions. ASEBP’s Trustees are responsible for determining the mission, values and strategic direction of the organization. The Chief Executive Officer—appointed by the Trustees—along with the rest of ASEBP’s executive team then operationalize these and translate them into health initiatives, products and services which demonstrate a high value for covered members and their dependents.
Mission| As the recognized leader in providing comprehensive health benefits and services specifically designed to meet the needs of Alberta’s public education sector, ASEBP is a committed partner in promoting, protecting, improving, and sustaining the health of our covered members and their dependents.
People. However you connect with ASEBP, their supportive culture and commitment to quality service means that they’re with you—wherever you are on your health journey.
Integrity. Being a trusted partner on your health journey means ensuring this responsibility is reflected throughout every aspect of their organization.
Collaboration. ASEBP sees health as a shared responsibility. When individuals, organizations, health benefit plans and other stakeholders all work together to promote, protect, improve and sustain health and well-being in Alberta—everyone benefits.
Innovation. From technology tailored to your needs, to creative approaches for achieving health outcomes or effectively managing the plan, they are always seeking innovative opportunities to enhance our services.
Sustainability. Whether they’re carefully balancing investments, leveraging knowledge or assessing trends, ASEBP’s focus remains on the long-term sustainability of the plan for current and future generations.
For further information, please visit ASEBP’s website at www.asebp.ab.ca.
|Job Title:||Director, Finance & Risk|
|Reports to:||Chief Innovation and Finance Officer|
|5: Manager, Financial Services|
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The Director, Finance & Risk supports ASEBP as a holistic health organization committed to promoting, protecting, improving and sustaining the health of covered members and their dependents. This role is responsible for the performance of the financial services and legal & risk departments. The position oversees development and implementation of organizational strategies with respect to these areas, and is responsible for achieving, monitoring, and reporting on division metrics. The Director, Finance & Risk provides information and knowledge to support decision making and ensures operational efficiencies while striving to meet organizational goals and objectives.
Working for ASEBP is about more than supplying great benefits. ASEBP offers:
FIRST YEAR DELIVERABLES / MEASURES OF SUCCESS
Success in the first year will be determined by the candidate’s ability to:
The successful candidate will have the following:
Competencies and Attributes
DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION
ALBERTA SCHOOL EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLAN is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and recognizes that a diverse team benefits and is essential to service excellence. ASEBP welcomes applications from all qualified individuals and encourage women, members of racialized communities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity to confidentially self-identify at time of application. In accordance with the provincial legislation, accommodation will be provided by Optimum Talent and ASEBP throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, upon request, to applicants with disabilities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.