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Director - Investor Relations - Toronto

Job Description

Participates in the development of investor relations strategies and policies, and directs the implementation of investor relations programs and projects.  Provides recommendations on current and emerging practices and technologies and implements accordingly, in order to gain competitive advantage.  Directs investor communications and plans investor events.

Job Responsibilities

1. Provides direction for and participates in major investor relations projects

Provides extensive oversight for, and participates in investor meetings, conferences, road shows, Investor Days, mine tours and other special events, with the CEO, CFO and other members of the Senior Leadership Team

2. Develops and manages relationships with buy-side and sell-side analysts

Represents and positions the Company (independently and with the CEO, CFO and other members of the Senior Leadership Team) with institutional investors, retail investors and the equity analyst community.  Responds to enquiries.

3. Directs the development of investor relations communications

Leads the preparation and development of presentations, scripts, fact sheets, and web site; directs efforts to maintain accuracy and completeness

Contributes to the preparation of the Company’s annual report, quarterly reports, news releases, financial statements, and Management Discussion and Analysis

4. Plans and manages conference calls and presentations for the Senior Leadership Team

Includes: quarterly conference calls, technical and financial presentations, and (in collaboration with the head of Corporate Communications) the Annual General Meeting

5. Drafts or approves scripts, speeches, questions and answers for the CEO, CFO and other members of the Senior Leadership Team; assists in their delivery to various investor audiences

Also supervises the collection of technical, financial, and other information; ensures that all data is accurate, and presented and communicated appropriately

6. Recommends investor relations consultants and directs their work

Includes Communications and Investor Relations consultants, graphic designers, and communications technology providers and other vendors

7. Assesses and appraises investor relations strategy, opportunities and challenges on an ongoing basis (E.g. Disclosure and collateral vis-à-vis competitors, capital markets data provider, analyst expectations)

Monitors analyst expectations and investor perceptions; advises senior leaders on any potential emerging issues

Prepares business cases and reports regarding projects and initiatives and presents recommendations and status updates to key stakeholders

Influences and advises senior leaders on investor relations and communications change efforts designed to improve positioning

Sustainability Expectations

Engages in continuous improvement - introduces new methodologies and tools to improve current practices, but ensures redundancies across improvement projects are minimized

Identifies, and develops company-wide standards, procedures, and policies and ensures compliance with industry and professional regulations

Ensures all projects are integrated with other business activities and that regional and functional interests are represented

Determines training and education needs within the Investor Relations function and facilitates the provision of this learning

Education and Experience

10 years of related work experience

Superior written and verbal communication and presentation skills

Understanding of investment practices, capital markets, and financial statements

Undergraduate university degree


Any of the following would be considered an asset:

Professional certification or designation – CIRI, CFA, CA, etc

Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline – geological/earth sciences; mining/metallurgical/geological engineering; business/commerce/finance/accounting; etc

Master’s level degree or equivalent

The Kinross Corporate Head Office is located in downtown Toronto and supports Kinross’ operations and projects worldwide. Corporate functions include Finance, Procurement, Health & Safety, Human Resources, IT, Investor Relations, Exploration, Geology and Mine Planning, among others.

Kinross is a Canadian-based gold mining company with mines and projects in Canada, the United States, Brazil, Chile, Russia, Ghana and Mauritania, employing approximately 9,300 people worldwide. Our core purpose is to lead the world in generating value through responsible mining.

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