Markham, ON, Canada
Description: Nexans brings energy to life through an extensive range of cables and cabling solutions that deliver increased performance for our customers worldwide. Nexans' teams are committed to a partnership approach that supports customers in four main business areas: Power transmission and distribution (submarine and land), Energy resources (Oil & Gas, Mining and Renewables), Transportation (Road, Rail, Air, Sea) and Building (Commercial, Residential and Data Centers). Nexans' strategy is founded on continuous innovation in products, solutions and services, employee development, customer training and the introduction of safe, low -environmental- impact industrial processes. In 2013, Nexans became the first cable player to create a Foundation to introduce sustained initiatives for access to energy for disadvantaged communities worldwide. We have an industrial presence in 40 countries and commercial activities worldwide, employing close to 26,000 people and generating sales in 2014 of nearly 6.4 billion euros. Nexans is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris, compartment A. Country : Canada (CA) - Location : Markham Function : Purchasing Contract Type : Unfixed term Areas of responsibility Consult/liaise with customs agents to ease passage of shipments through customs and facilitate customs release Track the location of the shipments & prepare goods for shipment using the best, most economical packaging and shipping methods. (Transportation, warehousing, or distribution of goods is absolute assest). Provide administrative support to the Transportation & Customs team. Prepare Export documentation and coordinate pickups with carriers and warehouse. Track shipments, obtain POD's (Proof of Delivery), coordinate re-routes, and investigate & resolve Carrier/delivery issues. Monitor US and overseas factories/logistics groups for required NAFTA and other certificates. Conduct research of products to determine tariff classification as required. Participate in CBSA or CBP audits. Be Familiar with the services of a variety of domestic and international carriers (LTL, TL. Intermodal, Ocean and air). Identify potential delays and follow-up with carriers to resolve. Manager a third party audit an payment company, ensure all freight bills are properly audited, paid in a timely manner and all rates provided to the audit/payment company are always up to date. Have an exceptional overview of transportation both in North America and internationally. Work with suppliers & carriers to ensure proper import/export documentation is sent to the brokers to Maintain BOL's (Bills of Lading) Act as backup for both the Transportation and Customs Managers Work to improve departmental efficiencies and streamline procedures. Manage the monthly ARL GST payment to Receiver General. Review and prepare B2 adjustments as directed by the Customs Manager. Assist with the US Reconciliation Process Assist with the annual NAFTA solicitation process, review and electronic imaging process. Maintain record keeping in accordance with Nexans policies Required skills and qualifications Post secondary Education and a Certified Customs Specialist Designation (CCS) Minimum 3 to 5 years experience in Customs and International Trade Thorough knowledge of the Customs Tariff, Customs Act, and Trade an asset High proficiency in MS Excel required Be enrolled or completed a CITT program or similar logistics program Must be able to travel between head off in Markham and Fergus Plant Key Competencies: Time Management and Organizational Skills Self-starter and independent problem solving abilities Excellent communication skills Familiarity with Accounting Practices an asset To apply, please apply at Job Category: Full Time Contract: Unfixed term
Markham, ON, Canada
Description: Nexans brings energy to life through an extensive range of cables and cabling solutions that deliver increased performance for our customers worldwide. Nexans' teams are committed to a partnership approach that supports customers in four main business areas: Power transmission and distribution (submarine and land), Energy resources (Oil & Gas, Mining and Renewables), Transportation (Road, Rail, Air, Sea) and Building (Commercial, Residential and Data Centers). Nexans' strategy is founded on continuous innovation in products, solutions and services, employee development, customer training and the introduction of safe, low -environmental- impact industrial processes. In 2013, Nexans became the first cable player to create a Foundation to introduce sustained initiatives for access to energy for disadvantaged communities worldwide. We have an industrial presence in 40 countries and commercial activities worldwide, employing close to 26,000 people and generating sales in 2014 of nearly 6.4 billion euros. Nexans is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris, compartment A. Country : Canada (CA) - Location : Markham Function : Purchasing Contract Type : Unfixed term Purpose Leads, coordinates and montiors the purchasing community and activities in North America keeping in line with the Group strategy. Deploys corporate policies & tools, defines local standards when needed, and shares best practices among countries. Areas of responsibility STRATEGY & MANAGEMENT Adapts the group purchasing 3-5 years strategic plan to regional stakes, and leads the execution plan Defines objectives for his/her area in alignment with the strategic plan Deploys Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and monitoring within his/her area and coordinates the implementation of improvement action plans Implements Group policies and defines local policies and procedures, when applicable Ensures compliance with the purchasing process and standards in his/her area Leads the identification and mitigation of major regional purchasing risks Contributes to translate the regional purchasing performance into financial impacts Conducts spend analysis for his/her area Designs the purchasing organization within his/her area and deploys resources (people, tools, processes) to ensure alignment with the strategy Leads people development and individual performance assessments in his/her area TRANSACTIONAL PURCHASING Adapts and deploys corporate framework agreements and regional contracts Implements A class supplier contracts and manages B class suppliers contracts in his/her area Ensures that needs expression is challenged (redesign to cost, functional analysis, standardization...) Ensures and coordinates the right execution of the transactional purchasing process & tools Ensures cost efficiency for regional purchases, considering Total Cost of Ownership and risk mitigation Implements e-procurement tools MARKET INTELLIGENCE Consolidates needs at the appropriate level (local, regional,...) Keeps informed on regional market trends (suppliers, products, customers,...) Supports the definition of the supplier sourcing strategy, providing information on his/her market Implements e-sourcing tools SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT Ensures the regional supplier portfolio update, and that stakeholders are informed Ensure supplier consolidation, making sure we consolidate our purchase to a limited number of suppliers, rationalizing the suppliers numbers, and putting under control the supplier creation. Participates to innovative solutions programs Required skills and qualifications University Degree in Business Administration or Purchasing Management Professional Designation Preferred. 5-7 years industrial Experience Knowledge of the operating process of the metals Markets, and how raw materials trends affect a company; and pricing mechanisms for raw materials Compliance with standards Financial awareness Convincing & negotiation Performance improvement Risk awareness Group awareness Leadership & people management Change management Business awareness & strategic thinking Customer focus & innovation Job Category: Full Time Contract: Unfixed term
NB Trail, Fredericton, NB E3G, Canada
The Edward Jones Financial Advisor Opportunity Prepare yourself for a brand new career - one where your success is completely in your hands. Edward Jones is a privately owned financial services leader with nearly 14,000 financial advisors in Canada and the United States, and more than 90 years of serving individual investors. As an Edward Jones Financial Advisor, you will take charge of your career and your income while forming meaningful, long-term relationships with clients as you help them work toward their financial goals. What is the role of a Financial Advisor? As a Financial Advisor at Edward Jones, you: Deliver personalized investment solutions to help clients work toward their long-term financial goals Develop and deepen client relationships Build and manage an Edward Jones branch in your community What traits and competencies should a Financial Advisor candidate possess? A track record of professional success Relationship-building skills and commitment to establishing long-term clients Strong desire for performance-driven compensation and growing earnings potential A self-motivated, highly driven and entrepreneurial personality Desire to work from an office in your community What can an Edward Jones Financial Advisor expect? A company-provided office in your community and a dedicated branch administrator to help manage client services and marketing activities The opportunity to succeed, with the flexibility to balance personal and family values Unlimited earnings potential that includes commissions, bonuses, profit sharing and incentive travel Industry-leading training to help you succeed in your new role Professional support to pass industry licensing exams Financial support during exam study, training and the first four years as you grow your client base Ongoing business development training, mentorship and networking opportunities The ability to provide strategic and personalized insight for your clients, with support from a company that shares your integrity What are the preferred qualifications for the Financial Advisor role? University degree Ability to put the client first Proven track record of professional growth Strong communication skills Confident and resilient personality Ability to listen, understand and give advice Goal-oriented at an individual and a team level
Revelstoke, BC, Canada
VVI Construction Ltd has a full time and permanent vacancy for a mechanical foreman. The foreman will supervise all mechanical work such as plumbing and HVAC work. The work area will be at construction sites in the Thompson-Okanagan Region such as Kelowna, Kamloops, Revelstoke and Salmon Arm. Specific duties : Supervise, co-ordinate and schedule activities of workers who assemble and inspect products such as mechanical works for commercial and residential construction Establish methods to meet work schedules and co-ordinate work activities with other departments Resolve work problems and recommend measures to improve productivity Ensure quality of HVAC plumbing and other mechanical works Requisition materials and supplies Train staff in job duties, safety procedures and company policies Recommend personnel actions such as hirings and promotions to HR Manager Working closely with site superintendents/project managers to ensure construction schedule is on track Language of work place English Education Grade 12 Apprenticeship in any trade Experience Supervisory experience Quality control control experience for mechanical works Previous experience in heating and/or gas and/or plumbing installations Wage The wage will be $32,50 per hour and the work week be 40 hours. There are no other benefits.