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Full time
Mississauga, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.28
Business Associate, Summer Internship Posting (Temporary role, pay $25/hour, 37.5 hours per week, Length of internship is 3 months)

Trillium Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ/TSX: TRIL) is a clinical stage immuno-oncology company developing innovative therapies for the treatment of cancer.
Data from over 200 patients demonstrates excellent drug safety and a leadership position in the CD47 space delivering monotherapy responses in a number of cancers. We are seeking a highly motivated individual for a summer internship to assist the CEO and CFO with various finance and business related projects.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the successful candidate will support various projects and analyses which may include:
  • Capital market analyses
  • Peer benchmarking analyses
  • US domestic issuer status readiness
  • Budget and forecasting support
  • Investor tracking and relations
  • Other relevant tasks
Qualifications:
  • 3rd or 4th year post secondary education completed in a related program
  • Self-starter with strong research capabilities
  • Keen analytical skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and self-review
  • Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills
  • Ability to work remotely and independently
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills
  • Interest in learning more about the public biotech industry
Details:
Due to COVID-19, this role will currently be conducted from your home office. If restrictions are lifted and we resume office attendance, work will be at 2488 Dunwin Drive, Mississauga, L5L 1J9. Start date is ASAP running to a mutually agreed end date in late August.

***Please submit resume, transcript and brief cover letter with your application***

To apply, please contact your Employment Specialist; Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
  • Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
  • Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
  • Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
  • Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101

Post ID: JD171
Hours: Full time
Status: Temporary
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Burlington, ON
2020.06.01
2020.07.01
One of Canada's Fastest Companies, we operate at the intersection of Retail, Technology and Financial Services. For nearly two decades, Cash 4 You has been recognized as a leader in the consumer financial service industry with over $1Billion dollars of loans funded. We are not only known for our fast and easily accessible loans and financial services through our retail, mobile and digital channels, but for our incredible people as well.

The Role: The Customer Service and Sales Representative (CSSR) role may be an ideal place to start your career in financial services. You will spend almost all your time working with Cash 4 You's most important asset, our customers, in person and over the phone. CSSRs are able to handle a variety of tasks including providing exceptional customer service in all customer interactions, they help resolve customer concerns, manage risk and process account transactions. Successful CSSRs demonstrate a genuine interest in their customers and ask questions to understand what's important to them and how Cash 4 You can meet their financial needs. CSSRs are able to present options to customers about ways to make their loans and financial services easy and convenient, while ensuring the needs of the customer always come first.

4 Key Required Qualifications
  • 5+ years of experience in any or a combination of the following: interacting with customers, assessing and meeting the needs of customers, solving customer problems, experience in a retail or the financial services industry
  • Experience navigating multiple computer systems, applications, and utilizing search tools to find information
  • Great communication skills including speaking clearly, succinctly, and accurately while using a pleasant tone and common conversational courtesies
  • Experience leveraging customer relationships to offer products and services with a high customer service focus
4 Key Job Expectations
  • Meet or exceed business goals and performance objectives
  • Identify the 'details' that others miss, and take pride in accuracy of data and business records
  • Process transactions for customers, manage risk and resolve accounts
  • ​Work as part of a team, including weekends and holidays as needed or scheduled
What's in it for you:
  • You "Learn While You Earn" through our World-Class Financial Services training programs
  • Receive frequent recognition and rewards for Top Performance
  • Work in a Professional and Clean environment
  • Have Ample Opportunity for Personal Growth and Development, at your own pace
  • Work closely as a key member of a high performance team
Hourly wage is $14/hr

To apply, please contact your Employment Specialist;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
Mississauga:905-855-6933 x101
Post ID: JD170
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: see details in posting on how to APPLY
Full time
Acton, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.28
Due to our need to manufacture and supply front line healthcare workers with urgently needed face shields and hand sanitizer, our Acton location is looking to hire Student Workers and Temporary Production Associates immediately!

This opportunity is an ongoing temporary assignment to assist us through these uncertain times. Shifts are as follows:

Day Shift Monday - Thursday from 7:00am-3:30pm and Fridays from 7:00am-3:00pm.

Afternoon Shift Monday - Thursday from 3:30pm-Midnight and Fridays from 3:30pm-11:30pm. Pay: $16.25 per hour ($0.50 premium for afternoon shift only)

Midnight Shift Monday - Thursday from Midnight-7am and Fridays from 11pm to 9am. Pay: $16.25 per hour ($1.00 premium for midnight shift only).

To apply, please contact your Employment Specialist; Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
  • Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
  • Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
  • Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
  • Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101

Post ID: JD160
Hours: Full time
Status: Temporary
How to apply: jamie.dallan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.30
Opportunity for a Millwright with packaging machine experience in food manufacturing.

Responsibilities
  • Setup, take-down, and relocation of Processing and Packaging equipment
  • Modify, repair, install, maintain, improve, and troubleshoot various types of machinery, equipment within processing & packaging
  • Diagnose mechanical problems; identify, prevent, and resolve production downtime situations that could lead to operational issues
  • Emergency and preventative repairs.
  • Perform preventative maintenance, and safety inspections
  • Provide solution to routine or unique equipment problems
  • Promptly respond to equipment related issues
  • Ensures that the facility and equipment comply with regulatory and safety codes.
  • Stays on call for emergency repairs of production equipment.
  • Other related duties as per job requirements.
Required Experience & Skills:
  • Comfortable with electrical & PLC Controls
  • Experience with drill press, grinder, saws, and all other machine shop tools
  • Minimum 4 years mechanical experience in a high-speed packaging and/or manufacturing environment (food industry is highly preferred)
  • Excellent knowledge of Health & Safety and Lockout Procedures
  • Basic computer literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook, Auto-CAD).
  • Analytical problem solving
  • Basic electrical, plumbing, basic welding and/or metal fabrication an asset
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Good problem solving, judgment, organizational and decision-making skills.
  • Ability to function in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.
  • Ability to teach and mentor; energy & willingness to learn.
  • Ability to stand, sit, squat, twist, bend, and maneuver around machinery/equipment
  • MUST be able to work a rotating shift (days, afternoon & evenings), including weekends
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, Please notify your EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST of yoru interest by providing them with the POST ID. shown below.  
 
IF  YOU ARE NOT WORKING with an EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST, Please call 289 218 6204 for assistance
Post ID: HC-466
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See details in posting on HOW TO APPLY
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.30
The Quality Control Technician is responsible for ensuring the production and quality processes meet our food safety systems and standards from start to finish while adhering to good manufacturing practices (GMP), Safe Quality Food (SQF) standards and any other regulatory bodies.  The QC Technician must support all food safety and quality management systems, including documentation and record keeping.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:   
• Responsible for monitoring product food safety and quality throughout the manufacturing process
• Examine and evaluate ingredients, in-process material and finished products by several testing methods to ensure conformance to company standards
• Conduct routine tests for product specifications such as per company standards
• Grade or sort raw materials or finished products
• Ensure hygiene and sanitation practices conform to policies and regulations
• Advise quality or production supervisors of ingredients or product deficiencies
• Responsible for the correct recording and filing of all relevant records logs and documentation
• Prepare inspection reports as required
• Assist in training of existing or new staff if required
• Must follow required Safe Operating Procedures (SOP’s) as instructed by Management
• Duties may be added or altered to meet business requirements

Required Education & Experience: 
• Post-Secondary education in Food Sciences, Microbiology, Chemistry or related scientific discipline
• Previous experience as Quality Control Inspector in the food and beverages industry
• Basic Computer literacy (Word, Excel, Outlook …) is an asset
• Fluency in both written & spoken English
• Prior experience in food environment a plus

Core Competencies: 
o Analytical – reasoning & problem solving
o Excellent written and verbal communication skills
o Communication Skills – Strong Written & Oral skills

Physical Demands and Working Conditions:
• May be exposed to; airborne particles and smells due to seasonings, loud noises and vibration
• Ability to work effectively under pressure, and deadline-oriented environment
• Flexible availability to work a rational shift, including weekends and overtime

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST  BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
IF HOWEVER YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.
 
Post ID: HC-467
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See details in Description on How To Apply
Full time
Milton, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.30
Sargent Farms is looking for eager, positive, hardworking and energetic individuals to join our food manufacturing team roster.
Being a team player and having a steadfast commitment to getting the job done safely is vital to the culture of our organization.
Please note due to Covid-19 our business is deemed an essential service and all our employees must follow strict guidelines and will be required to wear PPE.

JOB DESCRIPTION
  • Contributes to a healthy work environment, while maintaining high food safety standards.
  • Works on the production line to process chicken.
  • These positions involve working a rotation of various jobs on the production line.
  • Fast paced work environment.
  • Comfortable working with chicken meat products.
  • Dedicated to ensuring that products meet stringent food safety and quality standards.
  • Ability to wear all provided personal protective equipment (PPE) and hygiene equipment, including but not limited to wrist guards, bump cap/hard hat, steel-toed footwear, hearing protection, smock, and gloves.
  • Able to physically perform general labour duties in refrigerated cold environment.
  • Directly helps the department to meet daily targets and goals while maintaining a healthy and safe work environment.
  • Maintains productivity that meets/exceeds production standards.
  • Dedicated to creating a high-quality product that consistently meets product specifications.
  • Contributes to the team and the whole facility in a positive way.

QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Previous experience in a meat processing and packaging environment is a definite asset, but not a must.
  • Ability to stand for extended periods and perform repetitive physical tasks.
  • Ability to physically lift.
  • Hand and eye dexterity.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills.
  • Ability to exercise initiative and prioritize work to maximize efficiency.
  • Comfortable working in refrigerated facility.
  • Comfortable working with raw chicken.
  • Must be flexible in shift finish times as each day will vary.
  • Must be punctual and reliable.
  • Basic security clearance and background check will be performed.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
IF HOWEVER YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.
 
Post ID: HC-469
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See details in Description on How To Apply
Full time
Oakville, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.30
The Dietary Server is responsible in the preparation and serving of meals. Assists in maintaining a safe and secure environment for the residents, visitors and other staff members. All duties are preformed in the best interest of the residents and their families, and in accordance with Chartwell's vision, mission and values.

Due to Covid-19 all staff must undergo training in compliance with Ministry guidelines and have access to PPE

The Role Requirements:
  • Ensure resident satisfaction with meal service.
  • Participates as a member of the work team and provides support to other team members.
  • Effectively communicates and interacts with residents, family members, visitors and volunteers in a courteous and professional manner. Projects an appropriate image and focuses on customer service excellence.
  • Conducts duties in accordance with Chartwell policy and procedures, as well as, government regulations, laws and policies.
  • Understands and follows all health and safety policies and procedures. Works safely to reduce the risk of injury to self, other staff members and residents.
  • Maintains confidentiality of residents' personal information.
  • Set-up, strips tables and serves food/beverages in accordance with established policies and procedures and all applicable regulations.
  • Unpack and store supplies. Maintains work and storage areas in a clean, safe and sanitary manner. Washes, cleans and stores dishes, cutlery, fixtures and equipment used for food preparation and service.
  • Operates and cleans food service equipment, furniture and maintains dining area.

The ideal Candidate must also meet the following:
  • Ability to read, write and follow written and verbal instructions in English.
  • Demonstrated empathy and understanding of the needs of seniors.
  • Effective interpersonal and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to organize work and work under strict time constraints.
  • Work involves standing for long periods of time, lifting, carrying heavy trays and items.

IMPORTANT: All Employees must complete the following.
  • Criminal Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Two step TB Test
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST  BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
IF HOWEVER YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.

 
Post ID: HC-470
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: See details in posting on how to apply
Full time
Toronto, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.30
Analyze and Improve (A+I) is a Management Consulting company which focuses on Operational Improvement. 

Candidate must have direct and relevant experience developing Web and Mobile (android and iOS) apps. We are looking to complete existing apps, as well as develop new apps to support our business.

Work is home based, with communication via email, phone and virtual web based meetings.

Contract will be 6 months in duration.
Candidate will also be eligible for annual Profit Sharing.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!

IF HOWEVER YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.


Post ID: HC-479
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Milton, ON
2020.06.01
2020.06.30
Ideal candidate should be able to perform the following:
• Collaborate with members of the team on project architecture and installation.
• Research and analyze requirements to recommend solutions.
• Collaborate with clients to ensure a successful implementation.
• Design of the overall architecture of the web and mobile applications.
• Code .Net, HTML and JavaScript for custom web solutions.
• Implementation robust set of services and APIs to power the applications.
• Implementation of security and data protection.
• Translation of UI/UX wireframes to visual elements.
• Integration of the front-end and back-end aspects of the applications.
• Build custom Progress Sitefinity CMS applications.
• Create new Progress Sitefinity CMS widgets and modules from scratch or based on previous templates.
• Leverage HTML, CSS and JavaScript to address more complex business data requirements.   
• Integrate complex business logic with JavaScript (JSON, Angular JS, API development)
• Provide operational support for our legacy production Order Centre (ASP.Net and MS SQL)

Must have qualifications:
• 3+ years verifiable experience with .Net, C#, Java Scripts, JSON, Ajax, HTML/CSS.
• Experience consuming and developing Web Services (SOAP, Rest, WCF)
• Experience with software solution implementations and addressing business issues
• Strong development experience
• Experience with MS-SQL, T-SQL
• Relational database skills - MS SQL Server, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) & SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
• Strong verbal, written and presentation communication skills in English

 

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:

 

·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.

·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.


Post ID: HC-442
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.29
2020.06.29

Excellent full time opportunity with a competitive wage in an expanding company.

Essential Skills and requirements:
· Read and interpret engineering drawings, schematic, and single line drawings.
· Review wiring diagrams for accuracy.
· Build cabinets, mechanical assembly.
· Determine wiring sequence, layout, and location. Ensure space allowance for arrangement of wiring and components.
· Work to CSA, UL codes and company quality requirements.
· Monitor products to ensure product and quality specifications are met.
· Repair and modify any errors detected by test/inspection


Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Any location
2020.05.29
2020.06.25

Overview / General Purpose:

The Switch Board Operator is responsible for answering and redirecting all internal and external telephone calls coming into the switchboard as well as processing the applicable emergency line code procedures within the organization. The switch board operator is also responsible for the performance of administrative duties and managing day-to-day disability claims.

This role is primarily consisting of crisis intervention and providing high quality support, information and/or referrals to clients calling, communication with Stakeholders in a professional manner. The operator will provide support in order to provide crisis intervention, peer counseling, supportive counseling to help people with other extremely stressful or overwhelming situations, information, or referring callers on the phone to outside organizations, such as; hospitals or mental health clinics for ongoing mental health treatment service in a non-judgmental manner, while providing support, and administrative tasks. The switch board operator will assist in the Disability Management process to provide solution-focused programs, co-ordination of timely reports, claims and client management for ongoing and new clients. Produce and deliver monthly and annual reports.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
· To courteously and efficiently respond to and act upon all telephone calls
· Provide immediate response on the crisis line and determine initial triage, when a client calls.
· Assess participant needs while providing supportive care, Peer support , Crisis intervention, Offering information and appropriate referrals using warm handoffs when possible
· Follow-up post crisis with ongoing telephone support or by connecting clients to appropriate follow-up agencies.
· Adjudication of non-complicated claims
· Participate in client meetings
· Evaluate medical information and determine if key elements are present
· Seek internal guidance, as required
· Keep client fully informed of claim status at all times
· Participate in monthly client calls
· Co-ordination of IME / FAE referrals within 2 days of request
· Provide clients with annual report on accounts without Client Lead
· Ensure reported comments are up to date
· Follow up with DMC, DMS, WCF, WCC, or WCS for any missing claim actions or information.
· Produce Monthly Reports – Highlights any Lost-Time claims and is aware and monitoring action plans on Lost-Time claims.
· Continue to build knowledge on crisis intervention,
· Demonstrate Core Values
· Participate in company brainstorming and committees

Required Competencies:

· Relevant Education or administrative experience in crisis intervention, peer counseling or Mental Health First Aid Course.
· Compassionate and understanding for people dealing with potentially life-threatening situations and be able to assess serious issues.
· Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Course
· Successfully complete Suicide Prevention’s training course
· Emotionally and psychologically ready for crisis counseling
· Critical Thinking Skills, analytical reasoning
· High sense of urgency and organization / prioritization skills
· Excellent Customer Service and communication skills
· Able to work as a key member of a team as well as independently
· Ability to work within set procedure and policy to ensure the privacy protocols and standard operating procedures are adhered to at all times
· Abide by company policy, i.e. no gossip, Health & Safety, etc.

Work Hours:

Communications Services is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Employees are required to work varied shift hours including weekends and statutory holidays as part of the shift rotation.

Employees are required to work one of the following shift schedules:
· 12 Hour shifts, with staggered shift variations on a 4-week rotating cycle.
· Day shift - 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
· Night shift - 6:45 pm to 6:45 am
· Alternating days and nights of 2 or 3 days duration with 1 to 3 days off in between.

OR

· 8 Hour modified shifts (8.75 & 8.5), with staggered shift variations on a 5-week rotating cycle.
· Day shift – 6:30 am to 3:00 pm, 7 consecutive
· Afternoon shift – 2:15 pm to 11:00 pm, 8 consecutive
· Midnight shift – 10:45 pm to 7:15 am, 7 consecutive for the full time schedule

Working Conditions:
· Office environment
· Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time


Post ID:
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.29
2020.06.28

3 MONTH SHORT TERM CONTRACT

OBJECTIVE

Working in a team environment, Electronic Assemblers produce high quality electronic and electro-mechanical controls using hand insertion techniques and automated equipment. This will be in a manufacturing environment

QUALIFICATIONS

Qualifications listed reflect desired qualifications for the position and are intended as a recruitment tool in selecting the best qualified candidate. They are not necessarily reflective of the incumbent.

Education:

  • O.S.S.G.D. (or equivalent).
  • Solder training, certificate or courses would be a definite asset.
  • Quality systems training, certificate or courses (eg. ISO 9000, TS16949) would be an asset.

Experience:

  • Previous manufacturing or related experience including soldering is desirable.

Knowledge/Skills:

  • Good interpersonal and communication skills are required to work as a cohesive member of the manufacturing group.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, customer driven environment.
  • Ability to read and work from drawings and specifications.
  • Solder technique skills would be a definite asset.
  • Manual dexterity and an aptitude for intricate hand work.
  • Quality conscious, takes pride in workmanship.
  • General knowledge of electronic components is an asset.
  • Data Entry Skills, proficient in MS Excel and Word.
  • Attention to Detail is essential.
  • Display enthusiasm and positive approach to work.
  • Desire to work as a contributing member of the manufacturing team.

Physical Requirements

  • Hand assembly of physically small electronic components into circuit boards.
  • Minimal lifting (9 lbs. to 37 lbs.) is required periodically. Team lifting (i.e. two or more employees) is mandatory to lift over 37 lbs.
  • Minimal bending (eg. downwards to retrieve or store product into bin).
  • Standing is required on designated workstations (eg. auto insertion equipment, testers, and packaging stations).

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Hand insert electronic components into printed circuit boards/electronic controls achieving quality and volume standards.
  • Operate production equipment such as automatic insertion equipment, solder wave and spray coater, as per established company guidelines and safety regulations.
  • Hand solder joints on assembly products where required.
  • Perform semi-automated testing of finished products.
  • Adhere to quality standards and system requirements (eg. ISO 9000, TS16949).
  • Perform limited, machine set-up or changeover and assist in the maintenance of existing equipment, conducting daily and/or weekly preventative maintenance.
  • Efficient, timely and accurate production information entry and compiling of information such as; score cards and labour tickets, into assigned databases.
  • Demonstrate progression and achievement of assembly skills training (work performance, job training, equipment knowledge, skills attainment).
  • Practice safety as per the Occupational Health and Safety Act and company policy.
  • Contribute to the continual improvement philosophy.
  • Contribute to a positive team environment within the Etratech organization.
  • Other responsibilities, functions, duties and projects as assigned by the Team Leaders and Manufacturing Manager.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

  • Extended hours (overtime) may be required due to changing customer orders, etc.
  • Job rotation to various stations and plant areas is required.
  • ESD labcoats and safety glasses with built-in side shields and hearing protection are required within designated areas.
  • Some production processes utilize hazardous materials and personal protective equipment is required.
  • Company specific WHMIS training is provided.
  • Steady shift work (NO ROTATIONS)

Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Oakville, ON
2020.05.29
2020.06.19
As a Customer Experience Advocate, you will provide front-line phone, chat and web support to existing pet insurance policy holders. 

Job Duties/Responsibilities: 
− Setting up new member files and updating existing member information, such as address, pet information and billing details. 
− Answering questions and updating information regarding billing and member policies, or helping to find the right policy 
− Provide information regarding status of claims, reasons for declines, and instructions on how to submit claims for processing. 
− Help customers decipher insurance policy terms and conditions, including deductibles, annual limits and exclusions. 
− Effectively handle cancellation requests with the goal of encouraging customer retention. 
− Up-sell/upgrade insurance policies and add-ons to meet customers' specific requirements. 
− Perform administrative after-call activity. 
− Supporting Lost Pet Recovery Department with Lost Pet service calls when required 
− Available to work shifts within all call centre hours of operation: Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. EST as well as Canadian and US Statutory Holidays 
 
Education/Experience: 
− High School Diploma or equivalent; post-secondary education is a strong asset. 
− 2-5 years of sales and/or customer service experience dealing directly with the general public; prior sales and call centre experience is a strong asset. 
 
Required Qualifications (Certifications, Licenses, Software Programs, KSA's): 
− Able to obtain or currently holds required OTL Insurance license 
− Exceptional telephone and interpersonal communication skills 
− Strong keyboarding skills and ability to multitask 
 
Work Requirements: 
− Frequent communications, verbal and written. 
− Must be able to remain in a stationary position 80% of the time. 
− Be able to lift up to 10lbs. occasionally. 
− The person in this position needs to occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc 
− Constantly operates a computer and other office productivity machinery, such as a phone with headset, calculator, copy machine, and computer printer.

Please note prior experience in a call center is a requirement as well as able to obtain or currently holds required OTL Insurance license.

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:
  • If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.
  • If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.

Post ID: HC-334
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Hemant.Chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Ancaster, ON
2020.05.29
2020.06.26
Activation Laboratories Ltd. (Actlabs) was established in 1987 and is one of Canada’s premier service laboratories supporting a vast array of clients. With head office situated in Ancaster Ontario, Actlabs provides services in over 90 countries and has several strategically positioned facilities that support global markets.   We are recognized throughout the world as a leader in analytical testing, development services and delivering quality analysis.  Actlabs provides analysis in the geochemical and geo-metallurgical market, material testing, agriculture, forensics, environmental and life sciences. 
 
Sample Preparation Technicians will be working with rocks and preparing them for analysis. These positions are not suitable for those who cannot do periodic lifting throughout the day. Due to safety concerns, contact lenses are not permitted to be worn in the labs at anytime. Strict adherences to safety procedures are required.

Responsibilities:  
• Crushing and preparing geological/environmental samples for analysis
• Working with light industrial equipment
• Lifting of up to 50 pounds
• Any other task as required

Education Required:   High School 

Other Requirements:   
• Attention to detail, quality driven and strong organizational skills
• Pro-active, reliable and demonstrate common sense
• Ability to multitask, perform under pressure to achieve turnaround requirement
• Read, understand and follow guidelines and instructions safely and accurately
• Familiar with the computer and good communication skills in English
• Excellent eye-hand co-ordination and manual dexterity
• Clean-shaven in order to wear PPE
• Ability to work well independently and with others
• Ensures full compliance with the company’s Health & Safety and Professional Conduct Policies
• Own transportation required

Additional Information
Benefits Package
Entry level position and salary

 

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Post ID: HC-427
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.29
2020.07.23
Amazon's fulfillment centres, a.k.a. warehouses, are where Amazon orders come to life and where we focus on delighting our customers by delivering smiling boxes filled with everything under the sun. Continue reading, you’re on your way to your new adventure with Amazon.
Things you should know about working in an Amazon Fulfillment centre:

• Safety, it’s more than wearing a reflective vest. We’re committed to providing one of the safest work environments, which means stretching, safety tips, and yes…following the rules.
• Customer-obsession. It makes your day to make someone else happy.
• Quality is key. You have high standards, and it shows in your work. We’ll hold you to it, but only because we know our associates can handle it.
• Can you hear me now? Noise level varies and can sometimes be loud.
• Cool with casual. A relaxed dress code means it’s Casual Friday every day.
• Amazon lets customers order whatever they need, whenever they need. Flexibility is key, associates should be open to extra hours, time off, and a rapid pace.
• Temperature in our warehouses may vary between 16 and 32 degrees, and can occasionally exceed 32 degrees.

YOUR ROLE:
• Operate PIT* equipment, powered industrial trucks; including walkies, reach trucks, stand-ups, clamp trucks, and order pickers some of which will reach a height of around 45 feet.
• As a PIT operator, you will go through Amazon PIT Training, regardless of prior experience or training.
• Receive products using frequency scanners and unload shipments from trucks.
• You may stand in one place for extended periods of time, and be walking a good distance around the facility – good shoes are a must!
• You can expect to handle packages from small envelopes to boxes ranging up to 49 pounds.
• You should be willing and able to operate carts, dollies, hand trucks and other moving equipment to move large quantities of merchandise.

*PIT : Powered Industrial Trucks or “PIT” are an important element of working within an Amazon non-sort facility. PIT equipment includes walkies, reach trucks, stand-ups, clamp trucks, and order pickers, some of which you will reach a height of around 45 feet. Even if you already have PIT experience, all PIT operators will complete Amazon PIT training, regardless of prior experience or training.
 

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:

 

·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.

·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.


Post ID: HC-340
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.29
2020.06.20
Job Description
MaidPro are looking for motivated, hard-working and reliable people to clean hoffices and homes.
Please note due to Covid-19 all employees will be trained on working safely and have full PPE available to them when performing the job.

Why You Should Want This Job:
• Competitive starting hourly rate of $16 + Client Tips!
• Paid training, travel time and fuel reimbursement
• Performance based bonuses
• Flexible schedules with no nights or weekends!
• Great company culture - where everyone is valued and treated with respect.
• We offer full-time and part-time positions, 20 - 40 (Flexible based on your availability)

Skills & Requirements:
• Must have your own vehicle (and a valid driver's license) to drive to and from cleaning assignments
• Likes to clean (No cleaning experience required; paid training!)
• Available Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00am - 5:00pm
• Willing and able to work in homes that have pets
• Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs as needed

Important Notes:
• Must be legally authorized to work in Canada
• Must have a personal vehicle and valid driver's license
• Must be willing to submit to a Criminal Background Check

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST OF YOUR INTEREST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
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Post ID: HC-464
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Guelph, ON
2020.05.29
2020.06.19
As the Java Systems Developer you will be a member of an integral team responsible for developing system-based solutions by formulating programs, developing and maintaining codes and documenting processes for consistency and continuous improvement. You will contribute to a range of moderately complex and diverse team initiatives with the support of your team members. 
 
Technologies you have experience with:
· You have experience with Java/J2EE or Guidewire.
· Having experience with Gosu Script is an asset.
· Having experience with MessageBroker or Oracle is an asset.
 
What you're responsible for:
· Translating requirements into a cohesive working plan in accordance with guidelines and standards.
· Writing code to implement functionalities and features of small to medium complexity.
· Creating an implementation and back-out plan for a single system.
· Performing unit testing for developed code, supporting system and user acceptance testing.

What to expect: 
· You will travel occasionally.  
· Rotational on-call schedule, with shifts during evenings and weekends.    
· Extended work hours, including evenings and weekends, may be required.  

To be successful:
· You have an innovative mindset to improve operational efficiencies and ability to influence change.  
· You have strong communication skills to clearly convey messages and explore diverse points of view. ?  
· You build trusting relationships and provide guidance to support the development of colleagues. 

To join our team:
· You have 3 years of experience in Information Technology or a related field.
· You have completed post-secondary education in Information Technology, Computer Science or a related as

What we offer:
· Training and development opportunities to grow your career with one of Canada's Best Employers. 
· Flexible work options and paid time off to support your personal and family needs. 

 

If you are interested in applying for this job opportunity please follow the steps outlined below:

 

·         If you are Registered with us at the Centre please submit your resume to your assigned Employment Advisor and ask them to review it and submit on your behalf.

·         If you are not currently registered with us at the Centre please call 905 333 3499, x144 for assistance.


Post ID: HC-419
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.28
2020.06.25
  • G2 or Full G (Required)
  • High school or equivalent (Required)
  • We are currently looking for helpers to work as part of a moving crew, to pack, load,unload and unpack our customers household goods.
  • We relocate our customers locally, long distance, cross border and internationally.
  • Qualified candidates must have a G2 or full G licence, good customers service skills, and enjoy working as part of a team. Must be able to travel into the US.
  • Lots of room for advancement within the company, goal is advance to a Van Foremen / Driver. We offer:
  • Competitive compensation package.
  • Driver apprentice start at $17.57 per hour
  • Drivers start at $19.76/hour
  • Monthly claims bonuses
  • Cash gratuity from their happy customers.
  • Daily, weekly schedules provided to all employees online
  • Benefits to qualifying employees
  • Long distance travel and paid contract moves
  • We provide training: 1 year (Required)

Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.27
2020.06.22

All together, more powerful.

Our Cogent Team has had a fulfilling journey – growing from a small niche manufacturer of steel components to an integral part of the North American supply chain for electrical steels for power generation equipment, motors, power and distribution transformers, and specialized magnetic components.

As we head into the summer months, we are looking for eager and reliable individuals to join our team on a full-time contract basis until September 2020.

About the opportunity: In a manufacturing environment you will be responsible for assembling transformer cores according to customer specifications. You will be both operating a machine, and manual assembly of the cores.

Why work for Cogent this summer?

  • Rotating continental shifts
  • Overtime available as required
  • Competitive Wages
  • Access to Perkopolis discounts
  • Lucrative Referral bonus program
  • Shift premium on all regular hours
  • The opportunity to secure employment for next summer too!

About you, simply stated:

  • Strong measuring skills
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Mechanically inclined
  • Physically fit and able to lift 50 lbs
  • Manufacturing experience is a strong asset

If you would like to be considered, please apply in confidence. For more information about starting your career with Cogent, please visit www.cogentpowerinc.com

Benefits:

  • On-site parking
  • Casual dress

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: $16.88 to $17.68 /hour


Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Seasonal
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.27
2020.06.25

Must be available to work a flexible schedule that includes early mornings, days and evenings, Monday through Sunday.

Position Summary

  • A Store Cashier/Stock Clerk acts as the company’s front line contact with customers, and plays an integral role in the customer experience.

Duties and Responsibilities

• Assist customers in a manner that exceeds customer expectations
• Manage transactions and the cash register with honesty and integrity
• Stock and re-stock shelves and products
• Clean and maintain store appearance
• Maintain a healthy and safe working environment
• Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

• Positive attitude and a pleasant disposition
• Positive team player, who enjoys working within a team environment
• Strong communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Ability to provide exceptional customer service
• Detail-oriented
• Ability to multi-task


Post ID:
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.26
2020.06.26
NRI Industrial Sales is one of the largest surplus industrial equipment suppliers in North America.
With offices in Canada, USA and the UAE, the company has established itself as an industrial asset
recovery specialist- servicing the broad industrial sector. It is our commitment to providing our clients
with better options for asset recovery solutions that has allowed us to experience incredible organic
growth and success in the last decade.

We are currently looking for a Marketing Assistant. This role will require the candidate to work remotely.

The ideal candidate will be an all-in-one content marketer who has a demonstrated ability in various content
mediums. While this is a very diverse role, you can see some of the everyday tasks listed below:
  • Implement and manage the content strategy for our key channels- website, social, blog etc.
  • Find new ways/channels to assist in expanding company presence
  • Utilize industry and organizational knowledge to develop ideas and content
  • Conceive, draft, and proofread all written material in a timely manner while ensuring content
  • is purposeful and engaging
  • Establish consistency of messages across multiple platforms, while ensuring the proper
  • messaging is executed online and is relevant to organizational goals
  • Analyze which content is performing and why, while consistently creating, updating and
  • retiring content
  • Proactively monitor online content to ensure information is accurate, up to date and error free
  • Collaborate with various departments to successfully implement projects and brand building
  • opportunities
A demonstrated experience with Hubspot, Google Analytics, Google Search Console, PPC
advertising, SEO basics, keyword analysis, and social media management is required.

Requirements:
  • A portfolio of written content samples is required
  • B2B Marketing: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Content Creation: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Professional Writing: 1 year (Preferred)

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!

IF HOWEVER YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.


Post ID: HC-477
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details in the description on how to apply.
Part time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.26
2020.06.26

Guardian International are currently looking for a Security Guard to ensure the security of several high-rise condominium buildings in Burlington, Ontario. 

The Guard will be required to:

  • Ensure proper Access control
  • Report writing, patrolling
  • Serve the tenants of the building

Must have Ontario Security Guard License.
Opportunities exist for both full time and part-time roles

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!

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Post ID: HC-478
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details are in the description on how to APPLY
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.26
2020.06.22

Your Expertise is needed!

As we continue to grow, so do our opportunities!

We currently have an opening in our Lawn Care department for a Turf Management Specialist position. We are looking for a career oriented individual who enjoys working outdoors and being part of a culture that brings lawns to life. Someone who can work with others as well as individually delivering lawn care services to our residential and commercial clients from Spring to Fall. Be part of a team whose core purpose is to nurture plants, people, community and the environment with greener, healthier lawns, one customer at a time.

We offer competitive wages, opportunity for year round employment, a company vehicle while at work and opportunity for advancement! We seek to provide employees with constructive feedback to foster their career growth and provide many opportunities to collaborate with talented people as well as work with other sharp, ethical and dedicated people who believe in our company, our opportunity and one another.

Qualifications

  • Previous experience in Landscape Management and or Plant Health Care an asset
  • A great customer service attitude
  • Enjoy working outdoors and ability to lift 50lbs
  • A valid G license with a clean driving record (upon hire must provide a current driver’s abstract)
  • Responsible and mature
  • Eager to learn
  • Able to work individually and as part of a team - Must be able to speak, read and write English

Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Seasonal
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.20
2020.06.15
To maximize sales of beauty products and services sold by Shoppers Drug Mart to customers by providing information, advice, application, counsel and instruction, while achieving excellence in sales and customer service. All employees will have access to PPE and be able to work in a safe environment and be mindful of following strict Covid-19 safe practices. 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Promotes sales of the cosmetic products; provide information on new or existing products and services; demonstrations
  • Maximizes sales and awareness of promotional programs
  • Identifies customers’ needs and sells through demonstration and education
  • Provides superior customer service and consultative services demonstrations
  • Promotes sales through encouraging customers to participate in the PC Optimum program
  • Ensures prestige and derm brands are tracked and that daily targets are achieved
  • Seeks out development such as through workshop/education sessions to ensure product knowledge is current
  • Introduces and promotes Assisted Selling to customers

CUSTOMER SERVICES:
  • Promote a positive environment for customers and coworkers
  • Provides superior customer service, consultations, demonstrations (ie: make-up applications, skin care consultations, and fragrance demonstrations)
  • Builds customer loyalty through follow up and repeat business
  • Resolves customer complaints within guidelines
  • Uses tools and resources provided to demonstrate expertise, to build customer loyalty, and to grow sales. • These tools include but are not limited to: beautyRX Derm Tools: Moisture Checker and Video Microscope, Assisted Selling and eClienteling through iPad, vendor or corporate gift with purchase items, PC Optimum points program, samples, corporate offers, Cosmetics and Makeup Brushes for application on Customers, etc.
  • Actively uses eClienteling to provide superior customer service and maximize sales, and to help reach department targets on all eClienteling metrics
  • Actively promote and book appointments for in-Store events

EXPERIENCE:
  • Ideal candidate must have retail or merchandise experience
  • Flexiblility to work shifts
  • Proven consultative skills to provide information, advice and guidance to customers on Shoppers Drug mart cosmetic products and services
  • A good knowledge of various cosmetic products and services available
  • Ability to conduct sit down makeup and skincare consultations and demonstrate application
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
IF HOWEVER YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.

Post ID: HC-476
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details in the description on how to apply.
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.20
2020.06.19

(Company also looking for Field Service Technicians in Kitchener / Waterloo)

Service, install and repair commercial coffee machines, TURBOCHEF ovens, dishwashers, and water filtration systems at the customers site with a focus on timeliness and extremely high customer service.

• Outstanding customer service and communication skills.
• Electrical, Mechanical and Plumbing fundamentals.
• Must be able to work independently or as a team and manage time appropriately to meet deadlines.
• Punctual.
• Strong troubleshooting/problem-solving skills with the ability to work long hours.
• Able to work night shift.
• Willingness to be on call periodical for after hours/weekend/holiday service (THIS JOB IS NOT MONDAY TO FRIDAY 9-5).
• 1-year previous experience is ideal. However, we are willing to train any hard-working individuals.
• Moderate to High computer & mobile phone skills.
• Valid Drivers License with an excellent driving record and ability to provide a Drivers Abstract.
Ability to drive long distances (paid).
• Must be able to lift at least 50
• Pass criminal background check.
• Infinity Group Construction will provide Company van, gas card, and phone. 50% of benefits paid after 3 months.

Resumes to: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca


Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.20
2020.06.19

We’re looking to add a new member to our Manufacturing team. This role is based in Mississauga Ontario. Please note that this is a 12-month contract role with the expectation of going full time after the 12 months.

Your role...

• Primary responsibilities may include working in compacting, sintering, and inspection areas as well as operating deburr and toothroll machines as required
• Maintain continuous operation of the machines to produce quality parts. Operate machine, turn on/off, adjust if required, validate process gauges as required
• Load parts into machine/furnace ensuring proper orientation and location
• Monitor machine operation to detect issues to notify their supervisors in the event of a machine error or malfunction
• Unload machine
• Visually examine parts to assess the quality of parts produced
• Pack parts according to SWI
• Complete all necessary paperwork (i.e. trend charts, in-process and first off inspections, TPM, reject improvement tracking sheet, production tracking)
• Effectively communicate any visual or dimensional defects
• Perform routine maintenance checks on equipment. Complete TPM which includes safety checks prior to shift commencement. Equipment must be thoroughly checked by the operator
• Collecting, reporting and acting on performance measures of the Manufacturing Area
• Assist in the training and development of new members on the Manufacturing Team

Requirements

Your profile...

• This position requires a team player with the ability to work with others in a team-based environment, be involved in a participatory process and make decisions within the team.

Benefits - What we offer...

• Competitive salary and benefits
• Intercultural team
• Regular information meetings and social events.
• Great colleagues and work climate
• Training and Development opportunities


Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.19
2020.06.14
Zita Associates is looking for a IT Support Analyst to assist in on-going IT projects in diverse business environments. You will get to work with great people in different organizations, learn Maximizer CRM, and help to improve business operation of our clients. 

Please note the employer has taken steps to ensure all employees are working in an environment of social distancing and working in a safe environment with access to PPE during Covid-19.

Responsibilities:
  • Assist IT managers and engineers in delivering complex projects
  • Perform essential data gathering, as well as business process, and needs analysis
  • Assist in implementation and roll-out of Maximizer CRM and other related applications 
  • Assist in installation, configuration and troubleshooting LAN equipment, routers, Microsoft OS and applications in virtual environments, as well as installation, configuration and troubleshooting of data backups
  • Perform monitoring of customers’ equipment in real-time as well as on preventive maintenance program
  • Write Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), manuals and other training materials
  • Answer client calls and emails to triage IT problems and needs
Job Requirements:
  • Basic knowledge of the PC architecture, as well as computer networking
  • Positive attitude to learn new technologies, and products
  • Ability to work on multiple projects at the same time
  • Able to work with little or no supervision
  • Strong command of English language, both oral and written
  • Driver's license and car to travel to client sites
The following skills will be considered as an asset, but not mandatory:
  • Knowledge and/or experience in Maximizer CRM, MS Office, MS Windows Server, and MS SQL Server
  • University degree of college diploma in computer science, engineering, or mathematics
Training will be provided:
  • Maximizer CRM, SystemX.net, MS Teams
  • MS Windows Server, MS SQL Server, MS Hyper-V, VmWare, Veeam, Zabbix
  • Cyber Security, Data Backup, System Maintenance
Travel to / from the client site will be reimbursed (car required)

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
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Post ID: HC-474
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details on how to apply are in the description.
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.18
2020.06.12
Job Description
Aldershot Greenhouses is looking for new staff to join our Burlington location immediately. 
Delivery Driving:
The successful candidate MUST possess a valid CLASS G license, AZ license would be considered a benefit. Applicants must have at least 2 years of full time commercial driving experience and have a clean driver’s abstract along with commercial driving experience.

Some of the job duties include and not limited to:
  • Operate and drive straight trucks to transport goods and materials
  • Load and unload goods & products
  • Inter facilities drops and collections
  • Receive and relay information to Logistics Manager
  • Use pallet truck to move products in the warehouse
  • Previous Forklift experience preferable
  • Must be Physically fit, position requires pulling and pushing of heavy carts of flowers
  • Oversee condition of vehicle and inspect tires, lights, brakes, cold storage and other equipment.
Warehouse/Greenhouse:Providing support to the shipping department moving product onto and off the truck and around the warehouse.
  • Cleaning the greenhouse, processing and shipping areas, picking up garbage, sweeping etc- Some heavy lifting required, fast paced environment
  • Other duties as required
Hours of work are Monday - Friday from 7:00am - 4:30pm, hours may be longer during busier periods.

Aldershot Greenhouses is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, Aldershot Greenhouses will provide accommodations to applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment & selection process. If selected to participate in the recruitment & selection and process, please inform Human Resources of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require.
We thank all those that apply, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Candidates Must have a valid work permit for Canada.
Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Toronto, ON
2020.05.18
2020.06.15
Analyze and Improve (A+I) is a Management Consulting company which focuses on Operational Improvement. 

In the role of Health and Safety Consultant, you and the Analyze and Improve team together will help various clients by improving asset operating effectiveness and efficiency through Health and Safety Support Services. You will assist in improving clients’ day to day activities and work with management to improve operations, including Material Development (develop specific modules and content, not only in H&S but also general training that he has done in the past). and System Development (develop an overall “generic” H&S system that could be rolled out at a client site, along with an assessment tool).

Analyze and Improve Inc. works on various client locations. This includes some remote locations and rotational work with temporary residence at a client’s camp site. At times, you will be expected to travel and work rotational schedules based on the nature of the project you are tasked with. At other times, work may be done at home location depending on the nature your work objectives.

Candidate must have direct and relevant experience as a practitioner and developer of H&S systems and programs. Including experience with Ontario MOL programs and requirements. 

Contract will be 6 months in duration. 
Candidate will also be eligible for annual Profit Sharing and Commission (when work is directly billable to a client).

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
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E.
Post ID: HC-475
Hours: Full time
Status: Contract
How to apply: Details on how to apply are in the description.
Part time
Oakville, ON
2020.05.18
2020.06.15
Our Medical Receptionist is responsible for initiating efficient, professional and empathetic patient care. The position requires excellent administrative skills and an ability to work in a brand new clinic that presents different patient needs on a daily basis.
Due to Covid-19 this role will require the Medical Admin Assistant to wear PPE.

Roles and Responsibilities:
  • Patient scheduling/rescheduling via phone call or after completion of patient visit.
  • Patient check-in procedure ensuring correct up-to-date demographics, health card, etc.
  • Processing collection of payments for shots, uninsured patients or services
  • Administration duties supporting assigned Physicians
  • Retrieval, sorting and distribution of faxes, mail and work to/from the Physician.
  • Degree in lab technician is an assit
Education Requirements:
  • Medical Office Administration experience is preferred
  • Medical lab technician degree would be an asset
Skills and Knowledge:
  • Computer literacy: Mac System knowledge is a must. E-mail and Internet research, fully understands the EMR system
  • OSCAR knowledge & experience is MANDATORY
  • Proficiency in verbal and written communications
  • 3-5 years previous working experience in a family practice clinic in Canada
  • Education in medical administration an asset
  • Problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • High degree of accuracy and attention to detail especially when entering information into EMR system
  • Exercises good judgment and shows a willingness to take on new challenges
  • Works well in a team environment and works collaboratively with all team members
  • Punctuality and efficiency is required
Hours:
Monday & Wednesday: 10am-7pm
Friday: 10am-7pm & Saturday: 10:30am-2:30pm

Please note depending on availability this role may require 2 part-time team members working Monday and Wednesday another working Friday & Saturday.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
IF HOWEVER YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.

Post ID: HC-473
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hemant.chauhan@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.18
2020.06.15

Year-Round Position, Full time Permanent, Guaranteed Hours, Excellent Benefits

Why Us? 
We love our business – and we’re good at it. It doesn’t take long to learn why we’re different. From regular team events to philanthropic initiatives, we are proud investors in our community and in our teams. Its why we love what we do and who we do it with. Learn what it’s like to be excited to go to work every day!

Perks and Rewards for You  
We offer a comprehensive benefit package that includes a competitive salary, paid vacation, paid sick days and an employer paid health plan with family coverage. We have leaders who coach and support your professional development, offer opportunities for career progression, and encourage learning. Our recognition program highlights team as well as individual achievements. Through team and individual contests, charity, social and corporate events our work life offers something for everyone! 

The Opportunity  
Be part of our Professional Landscape and Snow Crew where we work daily within an assigned portfolio of multi-unit residential properties. You will be successful in this position if you are reliable, set high standards on the quality of your work, focus on safety and are focused to contribute to high resident satisfaction. 

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Winter Season:
• Snow maintenance of properties:
• Snow blowing
• Shoveling
• Applying ice melting products ensuring walkways and pathways are safe.
• Participating in rotational on-call snow removal; and
• Any other duties as required.

Spring, Summer and Fall:
• Lawn cutting
• Edging, Pruning
• Planting
• Weeding garden beds; and 
• Any other duties as required

We have redefined what a property management and multi-family real estate company can be. Backed by 50 years of experience in the industry, we have become market leaders in real estate, property management, acquisitions and new development in our core markets which include the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Ottawa, and Montréal.  
We are growing! Find out more about us and our communities at www.interrentreit.com and www.clvgroup.com and let us know you’re interested.   

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: LM343
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details on how to apply are in the description.
Full time
Burlington, ON
2020.05.18
2020.06.15
Year-Round Position, Full time Permanent, Guaranteed Hours, Excellent Benefits 

Why Us? 
We love our business – and we’re good at it. It doesn’t take long to learn why we’re different. From regular team events to philanthropic initiatives, we are proud investors in our community and in our teams. Its why we love what we do and who we do it with. Learn what it’s like to be excited to go to work every day!

Perks and Rewards for You  
We offer a comprehensive benefit package that includes a competitive salary, paid vacation, paid sick days and an employer paid health plan with family coverage. We have leaders who coach and support your professional development, offer opportunities for career progression, and encourage learning. Our recognition program highlights team as well as individual achievements. Through team and individual contests, charity, social and corporate events our work life offers something for everyone!
 
The Opportunity  
The Cleaner enhances the client experience through dedication and a service oriented approach to cleanliness, ensuring property maintenance standards are performed in a safe manner that achieves the company standards. 

Responsibilities will include, at a minimum: 
• Maintaining building grounds and common areas in clean and orderly condition;
• Cleaning residential building floors (sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, vacuuming);
• Servicing, cleaning and supplying restrooms with required toiletries;
• Adhering to weekly cleaning schedule within surrounding properties;
• Cleaning and maintaining vacant apartments on a periodic basis;
• Performing daily inspections in all common areas;
• Following safety procedures in the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment, in order to prevent accidents and damage; 
• Removing snow or debris from walkways and sidewalks;
• Applying snow melting chemicals around property when required;
• Notifying management concerning need for repair or required additions to building’s operating systems;
• Removing any rubbish, dirt and debris from ground and property;
• Landscaping duties as required, and
• Performing other duties as required.

Qualifications
• 2 years of relevant skills and experience is considered an asset
• Possess the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. 
• Ability to follow health and safety guidelines, and company procedures.

Additional Information
• Some areas may require candidate to have their own vehicle.
• Ability to work weekends is a mandatory requirement.
• Respond to emergencies during normal hours of operations.
• Participation in an after-hours rotational emergency response team may be required.

We have redefined what a property management and multi-family real estate company can be. Backed by 50 years of experience in the industry, we have become market leaders in real estate, property management, acquisitions and new development in our core markets which include the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Ottawa, and Montréal.  
We are growing! Find out more about us and our communities at www.interrentreit.com and www.clvgroup.com and let us know you’re interested.   

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101
 
Post ID: LM343-2
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details on how to apply are in the description.
Full time
Burlington
2020.05.18
2020.06.15
Year-Round Position, Full time Permanent, Guaranteed Hours, Excellent Benefits 

Why Us? 
We love our business – and we’re good at it. It doesn’t take long to learn why we’re different. From regular team events to philanthropic initiatives, we are proud investors in our community and in our teams. Its why we love what we do and who we do it with. Learn what it’s like to be excited to go to work every day!

Perks and Rewards for You  
We offer a comprehensive benefit package that includes a competitive salary, paid vacation, paid sick days and an employer paid health plan with family coverage. We have leaders who coach and support your professional development, offer opportunities for career progression, and encourage learning. Our recognition program highlights team as well as individual achievements. Through team and individual contests, charity, social and corporate events our work life offers something for everyone! 

The Opportunity  
As our Property Maintenance Technician, your main focus is to complete day-to-day minor maintenance repairs, to a high standard, contributing to the overall customer satisfaction of our residents.

Responsibilities will include, at a minimum:
• Performing repairs to rental properties as needed, during occupancy and during the transition of residents from units (turnovers);
• Performing routine and scheduled preventative maintenance of properties;
• Completing all approved maintenance work orders related to general electrical, plumbing, carpentry, life safety systems,  common area deficiencies 
• General upkeep of the properties to ensure all amenities are in good working order and operating to the satisfaction of our residents;
• Responding to emergency calls;
• Taking initiative when corrective action is necessary and removing any identified hazards;
• Ensuring proper disposal of garbage and debris from the properties;
• Ensuring a thorough knowledge and understanding of all health, safety, and emergency procedures, and
• Painting, landscaping and cleaning as necessary;
• Completing other related duties as required and within the scope of the role.

Must Haves:
• Working knowledge and professional experience in a wide variety of maintenance and light construction tasks including basic carpentry, plumbing, electrical and finishing work.
• Must be able to work in a team environment as well as independently.
• Must be proficient using a computer and MS-Office.

Additional Information:
• Must have own vehicle with a clean driver's abstract.
• Must have tools necessary to complete all tasks.
• Hours can sometimes be varied and long.
• You will need to respond to emergencies during normal hours of operations.
• Must be able to participate in an after-hours rotational emergency response team.
• Weekend hours may be required.

We have redefined what a property management and multi-family real estate company can be. Backed by 50 years of experience in the industry, we have become market leaders in real estate, property management, acquisitions and new development in our core markets which include the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Ottawa, and Montréal.  
We are growing! Find out more about us and our communities at www.interrentreit.com and www.clvgroup.com and let us know you’re interested.   

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101
 
Post ID: LM343-3
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: lori.mclaughlin@centreforskills.ca
Part time
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.15
2020.06.12
We are looking for 3 candidates to develop course content for an online beauty program.
This position includes the following tasks:
  • Research and review subject matter resources, learning materials and media to develop and write course content
  • Write and validate learning objectives and sequence hierarchy:
  • Review the lessons for each course and determine whether they include the necessary knowledge and skills for a user to achieve success in their position.
  • Identify any gaps in knowledge or skills required in the course outline and lessons.
  • Develop the content required for each lesson ensuring that the total seat time meets the course time length.
  • Include learning activities where needed. We will determine this in advance.  Learning activities can include a customer scenario, drag & drop, matching game, etc.
  • Create a knowledge check at the end of each lesson.  This seat time is also included in total course time.  Knowledge checks can be in the form of drag & drop, multiple choice questions, true or false, etc.
  • Develop test questions for the final course test.  Test questions should be based on key knowledge requirements by lesson and learning objectives.  
  • The format for this project will be in a word document which we will upload to Google docs where we can review and provide feedback and changes collaboratively.
  • We will create a separate file for each lesson.
  • Recommendations for images to support the content to be included. Images will be sourced from our current image stock or purchased if necessary.
  • Meet the timelines for deliverables.
The candidate should possess the following knowledge and skills:
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Expertise in fundamentals of instructional design and content writing
  • Attention to detail and deliver high quality work
  • Subject matter expertise in beauty an asset
  • Knowledge of web technologies and eLearning
  • Great project management skills
* This position works remotely

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
IF HOWEVER YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.

Post ID: HC-472
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details on how to apply are in the description.
Part time
Mississauga, ON
2020.05.12
2020.06.12
The candidate for this position would have a variety of tasks related to marketing and communications, such as:

- Developing and managing social media messaging, creatives and analytics
- Designing and managing eBlasts and emails for marketing purposes
- Designing and managing communications for our users
- Monitoring marketing efforts and following up with potential clients
- Conducting demos of our services to potential clients
- Coordinating meetings with potential and existing clients
- Creating user reports from our Learning Management System

The candidate we are looking for should possess these qualities, skills and knowledge:

- Technically savvy and skilled in social media 
-  Be creative in developing effective messaging and content
-  Excellent verbal and written communication in English
-  Proficient in using Microsoft 365, MailChimp (or similar), Zoom
-  Attention to detail, accuracy and a proactive attitude a must

Additional notes:
Due to Covid-19 please note this candidate will work remotely.
French is an asset.
Hours will vary depending on volume of work.
Report to CEO

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST BY PROVIDING THEM WITH  THE POST ID SHOWN BELOW!
 
IF HOWEVER YOU HAVE NOT REGISTERED WITH THE CENTRE FOR SKILLS - PLEASE CALL 289 218 6204 FOR ASSISTANCE.

Post ID: HC-471
Hours: Part time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: Details on how to apply are in the description.
F.T./P.T.
Oakville or Brampton
2020.05.11
2020.06.05

General Labour / Order Picker / Raymond Reach Operators required for a pharmaceutical distribution centre near Dundas/Winston Churchill

Duties include operating Order Picker or Raymond Reach machinery and equipment to load, unload and move materials and products other general warehousing duties. 

Title:  General Labour, Operator (Reach/Counterbalance, Dock stocker, Order Picker)
Primary Function: Material Handling
Minimum Qualifications:
• High School Diploma / Health and Safety Awareness
• Experience within a Warehouse/Distribution Environment
• Certification on Dock Stocker/Counterbalance and Reach Trucks an asset (Min. 6 months experience)
• Be able to pass Background Screening / Be able to provide two work related references/must be able to pass a criminal background check

Essential Qualifications
• A capability to work within a diverse group of contributors
• Knowledge of transportation and shipping systems
• Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and a high level of accuracy with the ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to work under time constraints while still recognizing the importance of inventory accuracy
• Familiar with Health and Safety regulations in a warehouse environment
• Ability to lift 40 pound boxes repetitively / Ability to be flexible with work schedule
• Self-motivated / Willingness to be cross-trained / Strong customer service orientation
• Ability to read and understand product numbers and SKUs
• Good verbal and written communication skills / Contributes as a team player 

Responsibilities

  • Unloading of trailers/containers for inbound and outbound shipments
  • Perform accurate count for inbound and outbound shipments and verify paperwork
  • Provide accurate shipping documents to outbound carriers
  • Assemble product on pallets
  • Pick and process customer orders
  • Quality control
  • Ensure work is kept clean and free of obstructions
  • Comply with all Health & Safety policies and procedures
  • Must be able to reach targets
  • Perform other functions as required and as directed

Shift:              Day Shift: 7:00 am to 3:00 pm; 
                        Afternoon Shift: 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm; 
                        Night Shift: 11:00 pm to 7:00 am
                       (may have shift flexibility in some locations)

• individuals must be able to pass a criminal background check – the cost is $21.50 which would be deducted from your first pay
• Individuals must have green seal CSA approved safety shoes
• For forklift positions, they must pass our in-house written test and sign-off on safety procedures
• For all positions they must do the WHMIS, 4 Steps to Safety and AODA
• The warehouse is the distribution centre for cannabis and cannabis related products and is a very high security area – so no cell phones within the picking and packing area / Clients must adhere to the dress code as well / 
• Additionally, multiple family members are not permitted to work together on the same shift

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: LM294
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: lori.mclaughlin@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Oakville or Brampton
2020.05.08
2020.06.08

Order Picker and Raymond Reach Operators required for a pharmaceutical distribution centre in Halton Region. Duties will include operating Order Picker or Raymond Reach machinery and equipment to load, unload/ move materials and products other general warehousing duties. 


Classification: MHE Operator / Title:  Raymond Reach (Order Picker/Walkie preferred)
Primary Functions: Operating Forklift and Material Handling
Minimum Qualification:
• High School Diploma / Health and Safety Awareness
• Experience within a Warehouse/Distribution Environment
• Certification on Reach Trucks (Order Picker/Walkie preferred) (Min. 6 months experience)
• Be able to pass Background Screening / Be able to provide two work related references

Essential Qualifications
• A capability to work within a diverse group of contributors
• Knowledge of transportation and shipping systems
• Strong organizational skills, attention to detail;a high level of accuracy and ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to work under time constraints while still recognizing the importance of inventory accuracy
• Familiar with Health and Safety regulations in a warehouse environment
• Ability to lift 40lb boxes repetitively 
• Ability to be flexible with work schedule
• Self-motivated / Willingness to be cross-trained
• Strong customer service orientation
• Ability to read and understand product numbers and SKUs
• Good verbal and written communication skills / Contributes as a team player 

Responsibilities:
• Unload trailers/containers for inbound and outbound shipments / Perform accurate count for inbound,outbound shipments/verify paperwork
• Provide accurate shipping documents to outbound carriers / Assemble product on pallets / Ensure work is kept clean and free of obstructions
• Pick and process customer orders /  Quality control
• Comply with all Health and Safety policies and procedures / Must be able to reach targets
• Perform any other functions as required and as directed

Shift:    Afternoon Shift: 4:00 pm to 12:00 am (flexible shifts at some locations)
Salary:  $19.50 per hour + (higher pay for experience)

• The warehouse is the distribution centre for cannabis and cannabis related products and is a very high security area – so no cell phones within the picking and packing area / Clients must adhere to the dress code as well / 
• Additionally, multiple family members are not permitted to work together on the same shift

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: LM294-2
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: see details in description on how to apply
F.T./P.T.
Toronto/GTA
2020.05.07
2020.06.06

Dedicated to telling stories and creating experiences, Indigo is always looking for bright, energetic and customer-focused people who can help bring our exciting mission to life in one of our more than 200 Indigo, Indigospirit, Chapters and Coles stores across Canada. We offer a variety of exciting opportunities at our retail stores, distribution centres, and home office for people who share our passions and want to be part of a dynamic and enriching culture.

WHO WE ARE
We love books and all things beautiful
We are Canada’s Cultural Department Store
Books are our heart and our soul and Great Books are JUST the Beginning…

We play by the following rules:

  • We exist to add joy to our customers’ lives each and every time they interact with us and our products
  • Our job is to create joyful moments for our customers
  • We treat each other the way we’d treat a valued friend
  • We inspire each other to do our best work
  • We seek to ignite creativity and innovation every day
  • We give back to the communities in which we operate

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Manager, SEO will be responsible for defining and creating a new SEO culture across the Indigo organization.   

The Manager, SEO will be responsible for the planning, implementation and managing Indigo’s overall SEO strategy with support from cross-functional stakeholders across the business. The Manager is responsible for leading organizational SEO change across multiple business units combining their strong technical expertise, strategic insight, and creativity to help take Indigo’s SEO program to the next level. 

WHAT YOU'LL DO:

  • Perform full SEO audits across the business to identify areas of opportunities (including URL structure, Navigation structure, Canonicalization issues, contextual links, HTML + XML sitemaps, Robot.txt, title, Header, image, key word and description tags and SEO recommendations, product onboarding SEO best practices / recommendations) This includes identifying short and long-term opportunities  
  • Work with IT on taxonomy updates to ensure SEO best practices are being followed 
  • Enhance on-page optimization of pages based on keyword research, as well as off-page tactics 
  • Content & XML sitemap management, ensuring they are up-to-date by working with IT & site merchandising teams 
  • Ensure that all websites and internet properties under your influence have been technically optimized to attract and engage those visitors that closely match the agreed profile of the target audience 
  • Work with editorial and content team on copy improvements with a view to improving organic traction 
  • Monitor key metrics using analytics tools (e.g. Google Analytics) to assess opportunities and issues 
  • Ensure the completion of team deliverables and set/adhere to team budgets, as applicable 
  • Challenge the status quo and consistently identify areas for improvement, diagnose issues and working to resolve them 
  • Build strong cross-functional teams and partnerships to drive SEO strategy 
  • Be the subject matter expert on SEO for Indigo 
  • Work closely with Indigo’s SEM manager to optimize bid strategies on paid vs. owned efforts 
  • Model Indigo’s beliefs and convey a positive image in everything you do  
  • Embrace, champion and influence change through your team and/or the organization 

WHO YOU ARE: 

  • An SEO leader with 5+ years of online marketing experience and an in-depth understanding of the search engine ranking process as well as basic knowledge of HTML, PHP, CSS, and web standards. 
  • Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing, IT, CS or other related fields 
  • A multi-tasker with demonstrated knowledge of key SEO tools such as Google Analytics, Omniture, Google Webmaster, Bright Edge, SEOMOZ, and Advanced Web Ranking 
  • A highly organized self-starter with experience evaluating copy and a proven track record of improving search rankings through application of SEO best practices. 
  • Ability to easily jump from analytic to creative side 
  • Affinity for learning new technologies, with passion and desire to stay abreast of the latest trends and changes in online technology, interactivity and social interactionsAbility to identify opportunities, build out the resources needed and along the way have a ton of fun while always striving for better results 
  • Strong ability to see the total organization with an integrated perspective 
  • Ability to lead and manage cross functional teams including non-direct reports 
  • A willingness to take risks and make decisions; creative and innovative approach to problem solving 
  • True believer in teamwork and the ability to understand the impact of one’s actions on another team, individual or process
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Indigo Books & Music is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. We believe in integration and equal opportunity. Accommodations are available upon request for all applicants with a disability throughout the recruitment process. Please contact Human Resources if you require accommodation. We will work with all applicants to accommodate their individual accessibility needs. 

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: LM341
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: see details in description on how to apply
Full time
Toronto and Home Based
2020.05.06
2020.06.06

At Findhelp |211 Central, we connect people to the government and community services We are looking for someone to help us create responsive, equitable and user friendly online spaces: 

We are looking to expand our team of navigators who serve as the bridge that links people with health and human services across Ontario, and beyond, through our 211 services and various specialty lines.

In this role you have the benefit of working from home during the COVID 19 Pandemic crisis.
The candidate should have access to a quiet work from home environment and must have a reliable internet connection.

Responsibilities
● You will primarily be supporting a diverse group of clients by phone, chat, text or emails, connecting people to health and human services information, assisting with problem solving and assessing service needs.
● You will apply active listening skills to identify appropriate resources and provide information on eligibility requirements and service availability, recognize and respond appropriately to persons in crisis, and identify those individuals who are vulnerable and would benefit from a follow up call. At times, you may need to advocate on behalf of individuals who face personal and/or systemic barriers.
● You will provide information and referrals by using a comprehensive database of provincial resources and agency tools to assist in connecting callers to the services they need, efficiently and effectively. You will be instrumental in tracking calls to help identify needs or gaps in services, providing a more accurate picture of community needs.
● This position requires the ability to communicate and empathize with individuals of diverse backgrounds, and make them feel that their needs or requests have been met with sincere care and concern.
● You will strive to uphold service excellence, responding to inquiries thoroughly and according to established service and quality standards.

This position requires an individual who can work exclusively overnight shifts – including weekdays, weekends, and public holidays, and one day shift per month in a repeating four-week schedule according to the needs of the agency’s 24/7 inquiry services department.

Qualifications

  •  Strong problem-solver, able to make independent service decisions.
  •  Enjoy working both independently and as a member of a dynamic team on new and existing services, and special projects.
  •  Degree or diploma in Social Services, Social Work, Psychology, or other related field
  •  Two years’ experience (paid or volunteer) in the information and referral or related sector
  •  Excellent communication skills both in writing and orally. Expressing and transmitting information with consistency and clarity, using active listening techniques. (English and French proficiency will be tested).
  •  Strong knowledge of the nonprofit sector
  •  Demonstrated commitment to principles of anti-oppression, equity and inclusion
  •  Proficient in computers skills, and adaptive to changes and additions in applications and programs.
  •  The successful candidate will has have the ability to:
  •  engage clients and remain empathetic, supportive, open-minded and non-judgmental
  •  adapt to ever changing client and organizational needs
  •  effectively assess caller needs and problem solve
  •  thrive in a dynamic fast-paced environment where teamwork, and collaboration define the way we operate
Hourly Rate Range: $26.16 to $30.72 plus 18.25% in lieu of benefits.

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101
Post ID: LM342-3
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: see details in description on how to apply
F.T./P.T.
Missisauga/Oakville Border
2020.05.06
2020.06.06

We are looking for Auto Detailers and Car Wash people.

We have added benefits for employees after 3 months on the job. No other car wash has this in Canada!

Tasks of Job:
• Clean cars inside and out
• Hand dry vehicles, clean windows, vacuum carpets and seats, clean mats, dashboard and console, apply tire shine, clean rims
• Help maintain shop cleanliness
• Follow Health & Safety Guidelines and company Policies and Procedures

Requirements for the Job:
• G or G2 valid driver’s license
• Steel toe safety boots
• Ability to work 35-40 hours per week, including 1 day on the weekend if required Shifts and operating hours are shorter during Covid-19, but shifts normally vary from 7a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday - Sunday)

Compensation Package:
• Hourly wage, way above minimum wage, paid bi-weekly into bank account
• Fully paid training
• Quarterly Employee Incentive program
• Benefits available after 3 months
• Promotions from within our staff-base

Basic Skills Required:
Good customer service skills, hand-eye coordination, attention to detail, team player, responsible and reliable

Training to be Provided:
Trainee will be trained on WHMIS, auto detailing, wash and polishing procedures, equipment training, health and safety, sales, customer service, chemical dispensing, general facility operation and maintenance, wax prep and polishing, all equipment training, car features, sales, car restoration.

Wage Range:
$15.00/hour plus tips (higher starting wage for experienced candidates)

To apply, please contact your Employment Advisor who will then advise you to apply in person and identify that The Centre sent you to: The Manager at Car Pride Auto Spa - 2380 Royal Windsor Drive (between Southdown and Winston Churchill); Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Employment Services office to find out how to apply: • Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140 • Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101 • Milton: 905-693-8458 x101 • Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: LM101
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: see details in posting information on how to apply
F.T./P.T.
Toronto and Home Based
2020.05.06
2020.06.06

At Findhelp |211 Central, we connect people to the government and community services We are looking for someone to help us create responsive, equitable and user friendly online spaces.

We are looking to expand our team of navigators who serve as the bridge that links people with health and human services across Ontario, and beyond, through our 211 services and various specialty lines.

In this role you have the benefit of working from home during the COVID 19 Pandemic crisis.
The candidate should have access to a quiet work from home environment and must have a reliable internet connection.

Responsibilities
● You will primarily be supporting a diverse group of clients by phone, chat, text or emails, connecting people to health and human services information, assisting with problem solving and assessing service needs.
● You will apply active listening skills to identify appropriate resources and provide information on eligibility requirements and service availability, recognize and respond appropriately to persons in crisis, and identify those individuals who are vulnerable and would benefit from a follow up call. At times, you may need to advocate on behalf of individuals who face personal and/or systemic barriers.
● You will provide information and referrals by using a comprehensive database of provincial resources and agency tools to assist in connecting callers to the services they need, efficiently and effectively. You will be instrumental in tracking calls to help identify needs or gaps in services, providing a more accurate picture of community needs.
● This position requires the ability to communicate and empathize with individuals of diverse backgrounds, and make them feel that their needs or requests have been met with sincere care and concern.
● You will strive to uphold service excellence, responding to inquiries thoroughly and according to established service and quality standards.
● These temporary positions require a quiet work from home environment and ability to work a flexible schedule including weekdays, weekends, and public holidays in a repeating four-week schedule according to the needs of the agency’s 24/7 Inquiry Services Department

Qualifications

  • Strong problem-solver, able to make independent service decisions.
  •  Enjoy working both independently and as a member of a dynamic team on new and existing services, and special projects.
  •  Degree or diploma in Social Services, Social Work, Psychology, or other related field
  •  Two years’ experience (paid or volunteer) in the information and referral or related sector
  •  Excellent communication skills both in writing and orally. Expressing and transmitting information with consistency and clarity, using active listening techniques.
  •  Strong knowledge of the nonprofit sector
  •  Demonstrated commitment to principles of anti-oppression, equity and inclusion
  •  Proficient in computers skills, and adaptive to changes and additions in applications and programs.
  •  Proficiency in French or other language in addition to English an asset
  •  The successful candidate will has have the ability to:
  •  engage clients and remain empathetic, supportive, open-minded and non-judgmental
  •  adapt to ever changing client and organizational needs
  •  effectively assess caller needs and problem solve
  •  thrive in a dynamic fast-paced environment where teamwork, and collaboration define the way we operate

Full-Time positions consist of 140 hours of work in a four-week period. Part-Time positions consist of a maximum of 79 hours in a four-week period.
Hourly Rate Range: $26.16 to $30.72 plus 18.25% in lieu of benefits.


Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101


Post ID: LM342-2
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: lori.mclaughlin@centreforskills.ca
F.T./P.T.
Toronto and Home Based
2020.05.06
2020.06.06
At Findhelp |211 Central, we connect people to the government and community services We are looking for someone to help us create responsive, equitable and user friendly online spaces: 
The  Digital Technologies/Web Development Coordinator will be curious and open minded with strong interpersonal and communication skills. You’ll want to be part of the design process and enjoy communicating directly with those using the tools you create. You’ll welcome new opportunities to make a difference in the world  and further our vision –
 
Improve Access and Responsiveness Online:
●Identify/implement ongoing enhancements to our web-based tools; develop new tools to improve people’s access to services in their communities
●Communicate, collaborate, recommend solutions across teams and systems to ensure current processes are as effective and efficient as possible 
Web Development:ent platforms and source new platforms/tools as they emerge
●Facilitate data sharing across different formats including API integrations (development, user support and documentation)
●Support our Content Management Systems  (Drupal and Wordpress) 
Partner/Staff  Support:
●Oversee the growth and maintenance of our IT infrastructure including basic oversight of the network and relationships with vendors and computer maintenance
●Support staff and partners to identify, understand, implement technical solutions to onsite/ remote issues,ie on-call support (desktop support, technical troubleshooting, system failures)
●Support users of our contact centre software and information management systems
●Effectively communicate questions and solutions with emphasis on outcomes
●Develop and automate (when possible) BI tools and reports 
●Execute/create custom queries in our databases as requested

You’ll join us with the following skills and experience:

●Develop/write, test and debug code and web applications
●Cloud Platform  support (Azure Portal, Google Cloud)
●Web development skills (PHP/.Net, HTML5, JavaScript, JQuery, CSS, API integrations, responsive design); emphasis on accessibility/usability
●Database design and maintenance (MySQL, SQL Server) 
●Map/layer data with Google Maps APIs and related tools
●Manage a project from start to finish with the ability to innovate and work independently
●Strong customer service focus including supporting users with IT issues 
●2-5 years of experience  with mid-level development
●Bsc or equivalent experience
●Able to demonstrate projects/portfolio / Able to quickly adapt to changing requirements, prioritize and multitask

- AODA compliance experience and bilingual (English/French)
This is a unionized position is part of CUPE Local 3173. Findhelp|211 Central also offers a comprehensive employee benefits package, including participation in CUPE’s Multi-Sector Pension Plan.

●Flexible hours and the ability to work at both our newly renovated office space at Yonge and St. Clair and from home

Please contact your Employment Specialist for more information;
Non-registered applicants, please contact your nearest Centre for Skills Development  Employment Services office to find out how to apply:
• Burlington: 905-333-3499 x140
• Oakville: 905-845-1157 x101
• Milton: 905-693-8458 x101
• Mississauga: 905-855-6933 x101
Post ID: LM342
Hours: F.T./P.T.
Status: Permanent
How to apply: lori.mclaughlin@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington ON
2020.04.27
2020.05.27
Overview / General Purpose:
The SQL/VBA Database Developer role is responsible for design, development, monitoring, maintaining and improving OSI’s database solutions.  This includes but is not limited to front-end user application(s), reporting, automated file management, and backend databases.
 
Role Classification:
  • The SQL/VBA Database Developer role is classified as an ‘Entry-Level Position’ within the organization, best suited for individuals with a minimum of 1+ years practical experience, and up to 4 years practical experience.  This role is not suited for individuals with less than 1 year practical experience.  An individual with more than 3 years’ experience may occupy this role, however within the scope of the role the salary range would not change.  (*See important footnote below)  
Minimum Required Competencies:
  • Minimum 1+ year(s) working within a Database Developer role.
  • Minimum 1+ year(s) hands-on practical experience with MySQL, Microsoft SQL and VBA (within Microsoft products), including but not limited to;
  • Design, develop, maintain and optimize data tables, queries (select, insert, modify, delete), stored procedures and functions in MySQL and Microsoft SQL, as well as front-end forms and pages utilizing VBA.
  • Experience with MySQL, MS SQL Server, MS Access as a front-end, Linux, Apache, PHP, XML, JavaScript, CSS, Ajax
  • Experience creating, editing, scheduling MySQL Dump and Cron Jobs.
  • Experience with graphical database management software (NaviCat, MySQL Workbench, SQL Server Management Studio)
  • Experience with off-the-shelf Reporting Tools (such as Jaspersoft or Crystal Reports )
  • Excellent English communication and documentation skills.
  • Excellent organization, prioritization, attention to detail, and time management skills.
  • Very high level of ownership and responsibility (self-managed and self-motivated). 
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Primary Duties include;
  • Legacy System(s) - Support and improve current Microsoft Access front-end / MySQL database backend programs “Orgsys”, “Osiris” and “Payroll” reporting
  • Legacy System(s) - Support and improve current PHP front-end / MySQL database backend programs “CLC” and “HRIS”
  • Legacy System(s) - Support and improve current automated SFTP data file import/export MySQL database backend programs
  • Work with the IT Development Team to support new system development, via creation and management of Microsoft SQL database tables, queries, stored procedures and functions
  • Database programing automation, reporting development and improvement, online accessibility and permissioned access control
  • Data encryption / decryption
  • Data backup and recovery, data loss prevention
  • Database and database table capacity planning, configuration, design / development, migration, performance monitoring / troubleshooting, and security
  • Participate in company brainstorming and committees
  • Rotational on-call schedule, weekends and nights
Areas of Responsibility include;
  • Microsoft Access front-end / MySQL database backend programs “Orgsys”, “Osiris” and “Payroll” reporting
  • PHP front-end / MySQL database backend programs “CLC” and “HRIS”
  • Canned reporting software platform Jaspersoft
  • SFTP data files
  • Data files received from clients, imported into MySQL database tables
  • Data files sent to clients, exported from MySQL database tables
  • Client facing web resource(s) – backend Microsoft SQL tables
  • Data backup and recovery
  • Abide by company policy, i.e. no gossip, Health & Safety, etc.  
Computer Skills and Software Used:
  • Microsoft SQL, MySQL, VBA, PHP, Javascript, and some Linux commands
  • Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL Server
  • Microsoft Access, Navicat, MySQL Workbench, Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, Jasersoft, phpMyAdmin, Microsoft Excel, PDF
  • Microsoft Task Scheduler, Microsoft System Scheduler, Linux Cron Jobs  
Working Conditions:
  • Office environment
  • Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time
  • The SQL/VBA Database Developer role is a Monday-Friday full-time in-house position, with after-hours remote ticket monitoring for urgent issues, as well as weekend availability required in the event of urgent / critical / emergency IT issues.  
Reporting Relationship:
  • Accountable IT Team Lead
  • Self-managed company, accountable to KPM’s and goals  
Career Road Map:
Individuals starting within the Entry-Level SQL/VBA Database Developer role generally move into a higher value role within 5 years.  As the individual progresses, available career road map paths include;
  • Database Administrator
  • Senior Database Administrator
  • BI Solution Architect
  • BI Developer
  • BI/Business Analyst
  • BI Administrator
  • Database Engineer
  • Big Data Architect
  • Data Scientist
  • ETL Developer 

Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca
Full time
Burlington, Montreal, Edmonton (Remote Optional – some clients mandate ‘office work’)
2020.04.03
2020.06.03
Overview / General Purpose:
The Disability Management Specialist role is responsible for managing the day to day disability claims (STD / LTD / Accommodations) for clients, assist in facilitating recovery, and promoting early and safe return-to-work for clients’ employees. They live to OSI’s values of return to work and recovery. Disability Management Specialists will communicate with key stakeholders in order to adjudicate, manage, return-to-work planning, and reporting. Support Disability Management Coordinator (DMC) and Abilities Assessor (AA) on complicated files. In conjunction with the performance of claims adjudication, claims management, and return to work. The Disability Management Specialist will also evaluate historic claims performance and work collaboratively with our team to provide solution-focused programs, and develop best practices for claims and care management, for ongoing and new clients. Establish and maintain positive client relationships. Deliver quarterly and annual reports with continuous improvement focus.
 
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Adjudication of all claims in accordance with client and OSI policies
  • Enter detailed info into Orgsys
  • Manage all claims with a RTW focus and for the lowest duration
  • Facilitation of return to work, as soon as possible
  • Work as part of a team internal and externally with client
  • Partner with client to understand workplace
  • Provide continuous improvement impact
  • Manage all claims with a high degree of excellence
  • Manage all complicated claims including but not limited to psychological claims
  • Evaluate medical and workplace information to determine if key elements are present
  • Explore innovative technologies to reduce durations, i.e. cognability, pharmacogenetics
  • Develop outcome focused recovery and RTW plans
  • Communicate the employee’s functional capabilities to the employer to determine if the employer is able to provide modified duties in the return to work planning
  • Facilitate RTW consistently with a Transitional Return to Work Plans (TRTWP)
  • Finalize annual reports to be presented to client
  • Coach and mentor other disability management staff by enhancing their knowledge and education levels
  • Determine when additional tools are to be used at the appropriate times (i.e.: IME / FCE, refer to rehabilitation, medical consultant, pharmacogenetics, or workstation evaluations etc.)
  • Ensure the employee is receiving optimal treatment at all times
  • Facilitate treatment plan with treating physician and / or specialist
  • Conduct detailed phone functional interviews regarding activities of daily living (ADL) while providing tips to reduce barriers
  • Interact with other to enhance claim outcomes
  • Provide support to AA, DMC, and guidance on client specifics and decision process / protocol
  • Aware of status on claims at all times, ensuring Orgsys is fully updated
  • Provide strong strategies to reduce claim duration
  • Organize and participate in monthly client calls and meetings
  • Brainstorm with Team Lead on any claims over 30 days
  • Calculate and communicate benefit payment amount for specific clients on their approved claims for each relevant pay period to both the employee and the employer to be paid out by the client or OSI
  • Monitor the progressive return to work plans
  • Follow up with any missing claim actions or information
  • Ensure reported comments updated at least weekly
  • Review monthly reports
  • Act as Client Lead on non CL accounts
  • Review and deliver annual and/or quarterly report, where no Client Lead is in place, with positive and continuous improvement focus
  • Work collaboratively as part of client team
  • Participate in brainstorming and committees to advance OSI, i.e. training, social committee, etc.
  • Establish individual goals consistent with organizational focus and client deliverables
 
Required Competencies:
  • Registered professional designation / certification or working towards is an asset: (RN, RPN, Kin., RRP or other related healthcare background; Certified Disability Management Practitioner / Certified Return to Work Coordinator
  • Relevant experience in Disability Management / Claims Adjudication / Return-To-Work Initiatives / STD and LTD Claims Management
  • Solid understanding of mental health conditions, treatment, and return to work
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Critical Thinking Skills, analytical reasoning
  • High sense of urgency and organization / prioritization skills
  • Excellent Customer Service and communication skills
  • Able to work as a key member of a team as well as independently
  • Ability to work within set procedure and policy to ensure the privacy protocols and standard operating procedures are adhered to at all times
  • Strong proficiency and skills in the Microsoft Office Suites, and have the ability to learn an internal database system
  • Abide by company policy, i.e. no gossip, Health & Safety, etc.
  • Pursuit of mastering
Working Conditions:
  • Office environment.
  • Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time.
  • Occasional travel to client locations when needed – Less than 5%
Reporting Relationship:
  • Accountable to assigned Team Lead
  • Self-managed company, accountable to KPM’s and goals

Post ID:
Hours: Full time
Status: Permanent
How to apply: hector.vasquez@centreforskills.ca

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