Administration Support Jobs in Canada : 3 job openings

Wajax Corporation
Fort McMurray, AB
Position Description EMPOWERED PEOPLE, POWERING INDUSTRYWho We AreSince 1858, Wajax has been serving major Canadian industries as ...
Portland, OR
We are currently hiring Receptionists, Clerical, Data Entry and Administrative positions. If you are highly motivated, flexible, organized and have a great ...
Liberty Staffing
London, ON
This London company is looking for a Senior Administrative Assistant who will be responsible for ensuring events and trade show orders are managed ...
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The Optical Group
Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Interested in joining our team? The Optical Group proudly supports the independent Canadian eye care professional with buying group benefits since 1988.We are currently looking for a team member with the following qualifications:• excellent sense of teamwork • strong communication skills, verbal and written• excellent customer service strength • strong computer skills• detail oriented• knowledge of the optical industryDuties would include:supporting members with their accounts• answering phones• maintaining in house databases• monthly billing• data entryPlease email stephanie@theopticalgroupcanada.comResumes will be accepted until November 30,2017 please note that only selected applicants will be contacted
ON Animation Studio
Montreal, Quebec, CA
Our studio is the place where fun, technology and quality meet, giving you the chance to work on one-of-a-kind projects that are as exciting to work on as they are to watch. Our new offices in the heart of downtown Montreal are pretty cool, too.
PMC Recruitment
Our Client a mid-size asphalt and concrete paving company, located in Mississauga and specialized in municipal, commercial, and industrial parking lot projects which is in the business for 40 years is looking for an asphalt and concrete paving construction supervisor to oversee and supervise all of its day to day paving constructions. The successful candidate; Has a minimum of 5 years of experience in asphalt and concrete removals, site grading, asphalt paving and concrete pouring/finishing. Is responsible for job scheduling, crew dispatch, communication between employees and suppliers, site visits and reviews, site quantities and budget management. Must have an excellent understanding of parking lot and road construction, project planning and scheduling, pavement materials and specifications, surveying, organizational, computer and communications skills. Duties and Responsibilities Review project details in depth with Estimators/Construction Managers Determine and organize labour force, equipment and tools Order project specific pavement materials, ensure pick-up/delivery before hand Interpret and explain project details to foremen and define clear roles to all crew members Ensure that the dispatched crews have the materials and equipment needed to complete the day’s task Manage, review and document work progress during the day on daily basis Implement and follow the use of all safety procedures to create a safe work environment Plan and implement accident prevention techniques Manage project disputes, advise construction managers, make remedial decisions for problem solving Ensure all projects are built to detailed specifications Ensure all daily job reports filled out by site foremen and handed in with job/material tickets Monitor construction productivity, review labour performance and make recommendations to improve Represent company in a variety of relationships including suppliers, sub-contractors, consultants and clients Facilitate equipment breakdowns for mechanics, follow up and ensure repairs are completed on time Be in charge of managing, training and assigning jobs to junior construction staff Run an inventory of all materials and tools, order and receive deliveries as required Qualifications Must have well-developed communication skills to all levels Firm knowledge of all safety requirement and book 7 Through understanding of blueprints, drawings and site layouts Ability to manage projects at any given time Working knowledge of GTA and willing to drive to any location within GTA Technical and site related knowledge in asphalt and concrete paving Full understanding of work-site protocols and environment Able to utilize Microsoft office, Word and Excel
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
 Responsible for the safe and efficient day-to-day Crush, Refinery or Packaging production operations.  Support the Plant Manager in monitoring and improving plant productivity.  •Cultivate a safety culture where unsafe acts are not tolerated and employees and management have a common goal of zero injuries. •Oversee assigned facility production activities (crush, refinery, packaging, boiler house, and/or elevator) to ensure operations are running at the highest levels of efficiency.  •Manage monthly sanitation inspections and lead, monitor and ensure corrective actions are completed as necessary.•Track and report facility productivity improvements •Approve daily reports and KPRs for the two or more departments.  •Support and develop Crush, Refinery and/or Packaging Superintendents/Supervisors in operations issues and trouble shooting.•Assist the Plant Manager in planning annual shutdowns, if applicable.•Oversee the Process Safety Management programs •Work with the Safety/Environmental Manager to ensure compliance in all aspects•Responsible for developing and driving Operations Excellence Plans to help meet safety, quality and production goals and show continuous improvement throughout the facility.•Support the continuous improvement activities and act as a change agent for any changes that occur in the facility. •Monitor KPR’s throughout the facility and help develop plans to bring teams in line with Operations Excellence goals.•Participate in daily production meetings to remain informed and ensure that the activities of all production operations management are aligned. •Monitor an manage product yields •Participate in new employee selection process•Assist Department Superintendents and Shift Supervisors with personnel issues by participating in investigations and recommending corrective actions as necessary.•Demonstrate the following core values and guiding behaviors which are expected of all employees at Bunge North America: Integrity, Openness and Trust, Teamwork, Citizenship, and Entrepreneurship.•Perform other duties as assigned.  • 10+ years of experience (or equivalent combination of education and years of experience) in soybean crushing, oil refining, oil packaging operations, or related and applicable activities• High School graduate or equivalent required• Bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related field is preferred• Proficiency with basic computer skills, including Lotus Notes, Microsoft Word and other technical software packages, as neededWork Schedule:Standard (On-call 24/7 as needed)  Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. If you need a reasonable accommodation to assist with your job search or application for employment, please contact us by sending an email to
Teachanywhere a Randstad Education Company
Burlington, CA_ON, Canada
  Are you looking to make a difference to children’s learning?Do you enjoy supporting children and seeing them develop?Would you like to work in a welcoming and supportive school? We have the perfect job for you! The JobRandstad Education is looking for a Teaching Assistant to join our London team.  Work one-on-one, in small groups, and help support a positive classroom behaviour on a daily basis.  Responsibilities: * Maintain a positive classroom behaviour* Working one-to-one or with small groups of pupils* Successfully engage students with SEN Benefits:* Excellent working environment* Competitive rates of pay* Polite and friendly children eager to learn* On-site cycle storage & parking The ChildThe children are encouraged to develop academically, creatively, socially, morally and spiritually. Each child is provided with access to the latest technology to help and enhance their learning. Successful candidates will:*Have a relevant qualification*Have a clear police check*Have the ability to get a visa to work in the UK (we are able to provide more information on visa options if you are not aware of your eligibility) In return candidates will be given:*A competitive pay rate and comprehensive hiring packages*Opportunities for professional development and training before you arrive and during your time in the UK*Holidays every 6 weeks*Travel discounts*Opportunities to volunteer abroad during school holidays*Social events for teachers who are new to the country*Assistance with settling in the UK*Discounts at local gyms all over the UK REFER A FRIEND - REFER AN EDUCATORIf you have friends who are fully qualified Teachers, Nursery Nurses, Cover Supervisors or Teaching Assistants we can help them find work and you can share £300 gift vouchers with them!To recommend a teacher or support staff candidate today, simply fill in our online formorEmail us their name, contact phone number, email address and tell us if they are a teacher or TA.Don't forget to include your name too!*Remember there is no limit to the number of recommendations you make. After all Randstad Education is built on recommendations!* Randstad Education is the market leader in the UK Education sector. We have been helping teachers and support staff to find temporary and permanent education jobs for 20 years. Working with over 2,500 schools each week we can find the ideal match for your skills. If you are interested in applying for this position or any other please give us a ring at 1 800 684 4801 or email us at*Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and requires all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and Police checks from any country you have worked in over the last 2 years for over 6 months
Onakawana Education Fund
Vancouver, British Columbia
DO WELL WHILE DOING GOOD – UNIQUE START-UP NGO OPPORTUNITY: Operations Manager at Onakawana Education FundOnakawana Education Fund, a registered Canadian charity, is seeking an experienced Operations Manager on a part-time, contract basis.This position is a perfect opportunity for someone passionate about helping an organization engage with the greater Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth community. The candidate should have experience in non-profit administration, a working understanding of compliance issues for Canadian charitable organizations and exceptional organizational skills.The Operations Manager will report to the Vancouver-based Board Chair and liaise with the Board of Directors to help organize and manage its day-to-day operations, ensuring the young organization meets all CRA and federal regulatory requirements.Responsibilities and Project TimelineReporting to the Board Chair or Director-designate, the Operations Manager will serve as the point person for duties related to administration, communications, and organizational development of the Fund. Duties include: Assisting the Board of Directors and staff to support Onakawana Education Fund’s mission and goals; Assisting in writing and submitting funding applications, impact analyses and reports to donors and sponsors in support of its education programs; Researching new donors, sponsorship opportunities and other potential sources of revenue; Managing communications and responding directly to general information requests received, and forwarding more specific requests to appropriate staff; Producing written communications and correspondence (i.e. letter-writing, e-mailing, blog posts, etc); Designing and producing print and digital media using Adobe Creative Suite; Managing the Fund’s website all social media platforms, using Hootsuite to schedule content across platforms and responding to messages and comments from our online community; Updating website content and databases as necessary, including implementing a new CRM platform for donor stewardship; Using Quickbooks to write cheques and reconcile banking statements; Processing donations and preparing charitable tax receipts for donors; Maintaining the organizational budget and ensuring the timely payment of staff and expenses; Scheduling meetings and/or conference and board calls, taking minutes at board meetings; Preparation and distribution of board packages for board meetings; Assistance in creating organizational bylaws; Maintaining office files and donation records, including tax documents; and Providing general administrative support to the Board of Directors as needed. About UsOnakawana Education Fund is a non-profit registered Canadian charity, that supports educational activities at Camp Onakawana, a four-season camp in James Bay where both Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth come together. With the help of elders and accredited counselors, scientists and artists, these youth learn to reconnect to their cultures, and through hands-on learning, absorb traditional knowledge. Our vision is to empower youth and allow the life lessons learned to serve as a preventative medicine, all in a remote and stunning environment where there are no cell phones, no internet, and no television. Camp Onakawana offers all youth, including at-risk youth, the opportunity to glimpse hope and possibility while reconnecting them to their birthright, the land.Skills and Experience 2-5 years’ experience in a similar role with a non-profit organization Strategic planning and project management experience and implementation Budget responsibility Competence in MS Office, Quickbooks, In Design or equivalent. Experience with a CRM is an asset. Volunteer management Position DetailsThis is a part-time, one-year extendable contract position located in Vancouver. The position is open now, and applications will be reviewed as they arrive. In your cover letter, please state clearly why you believe you are a great candidate for this position and why you want to join the Onakawana Education Fund.Note: Cover letters are very important to us.Please send your cover letter and resume to: Lauren Hornor laurenehornor*
lululemon athletica
Vancouver, British Columbia
Director of Internal Communications lululemon is seeking an Internal Communications Director with a passion for growing, innovative, purpose-led brands to join the global corporate communications team. This leader will be responsible for developing, organizing and executing people and change communication programs to inform and unite all of our internal audiences both at the Store Support Centre (SSC) and across retail globally. The ideal candidate is a highly-motivated, experienced communications professional with in-depth experience working within high-growth brands to create meaningful impact on employee experience and culture through periods of growth. With sound judgment and impeccable writing skills, this role is a key connector of cross-functional partners and can easily take abstract and complicated issues and turn them into simple and powerful narratives. This position offers an incredible opportunity to create highly impactful internal communications for the world’s leading brands for an active, mindful lifestyle. a day in the life of Internal Communications Director You are responsible for creating company-wide employee communications strategies to inform and unite our teams across our collective around the globe You will lead the planning and execution of these strategies across multiple channels and formats, working in close-collaboration and thought-partnership with internal stakeholders across the organization You will work closely with Corporate Communications and social to ensure all messaging is intrinsically aligned and appropriate for all audiences, internally and externally You will provide strategic communications and change management communications; sharing in-depth knowledge of different approaches, formats and tools to inform and engage all of our employee audiences You are adept at calmly and effectively managing complex, fast-moving and unexpected communications within tight timescales; You will co-partner with the Director Internal Engagement + Experience to create a seamless global strategy aligned with the business, brand and culture needs You will manage the team leading the company-wide intranet as it transforms to play an integral role in how our store and SSC employees engage + communicate with each other You will manage and support issues and crisis communications internally, as needed. the finer print Bachelor’s degree required Minimum of 7-10 years of communications experience, in-depth experience in internal and change communications focused on employee experience and engagement with a global retailer; Excellent verbal and written communications skills, innovative approach to communications leveraging technology and formats to specific audience needs; A constant and curious learner; passionate to evolve and to lead best in class communications practices Experience and enjoyment working within a growing, global organisation A great relationship builder, that support the creation of great communications and engagement initiatives Strategic thinker and positive and solutions focused approach to issues; and Able to anticipate and mitigate where possible potential reputational issues. Comprehensive benefits package including extended medical, dental, disability, & RRSP matching and performance based bonus available. We offer a competitive salary with performance based increases, based on experience, and support in relocation costs for qualified candidates not residing in Vancouver.
School District #39 (Vancouver)
Vancouver, BC, Canada
 Teach in BC’s most culturally diverse and urban school district, Vancouver School District No. 39. Set in one of the world’s most livable cities, Vancouver is a community-minded district seeking talented educators, progressive leaders, and skilled support staff to enrich the learning experience of Vancouver’s 50,000 students.  The Vancouver Board of Education (VSB) welcomes applications for the position of:  ** Learning Assistance / Math Teacher- 1.0 FTE Continuing ** Location: John Oliver Secondary School  John Oliver has a diverse community of students with a wide range of learning needs. It is a comprehensive secondary school with a high enrollment in both academic and elective areas. The School Growth Plan focuses on raising the engagement and academic level of our students. There is a strong emphasis on Literacy, Numeracy and Social Responsibility in the school community, and a focus on collaborative work. The staff is actively engaged in improving learning and teaching by advancing the effective use of technology. The school is moving towards meeting the demands of 21st century instruction by becoming a digitally immersed learning community that will be able to access, communicate and generate digital content for learning.  Position Details:  The teacher will be responsible for writing and updating IEPs for the 15 students in the Junior LAC program as well as teaching Math and Science in both the Junior and Senior LAC programs and mainstream programs. 1 block LAC Junior Math 1 block LAC Senior Math 1 block LAC Junior Science 1 block LAC Senior Science 1 block LAC Junior Tutorial 1 block of Math 8  1 block of Math 9  Qualifications:  Completion of a Bachelor of Education Completion of a Math Degree and/or successful teaching experience in Math is required Completion of a Science Degree and/or successful teaching experience in Science is required Completion of a Diploma or Master's Degree in Special Education and/or successful teaching experience in Special Education is required Experience in writing IEPs Ability to differentiate instructional practices to meet the needs of diverse learners Membership in or eligible to become a member in the Teacher Regulation Branch Registration with the Teacher Qualification Service Your application portfolio must include the following documents: Cover Letter Resume Final Practicum Reports and/or recent teaching evaluations from your administrator Academic Transcripts Contact information for three Professional References: Faculty and School Advisors and/or teaching contract supervisors (Principals, Vice-Principals) Current Teaching Certificate Status from the Teacher Regulation Branch website, including date scanned.   *You must print out the page, scan, and upload it to Make a Future* PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED  HOW TO APPLY:1.  Register on Make a Future: and create a profile under the Category "Teachers, Principals & Superintendents"2.  Click on Job Postings the click Search3.  Select the Job you would like to apply for4.  Answer the job posting questions then click Apply5.  Upload supporting documents to the Competition6.  Once you submit your application you will receive a confirmation email from Make a Future *The VSB has been given approval from the Human Rights Tribunal for a Special Program under s. 42(3) of the Human Rights Code.  Under this special program, the VSB seeks to preferentially hire Aboriginal persons to a variety of teaching positions.  Therefore, each applicant may wish to provide, on a voluntary basis, information whether she or he self-identifies as an Aboriginal person.