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Environmental Coordinator

Employment : Permanent # of Openings : 1 Classification : Specialist Industry: Oil & Gas The DESIGN GROUP ENERGY DIVISION in concert with our established client, a global producer in the oil & gas industry is seeking two Environmental Coordinators. One will be located in Pincher Creek and the other position is for Jumping Pound (Calgary area). These roles will provide leadership and expert advice to the operations organizations for all environmental and sustainable development activities including HSE management systems, incident reporting, Environmental and sustainable development training, regulations and licensing. Will work with local line leaders for continued improvements in environmental / SD performance. Assist with Community affairs issues as needed related to environmental and emergency response. Responsibilities: Accountable for providing specialized and technical support and management of environmental matters throughout the Region / Complex. Responsible for the development and implementation of environmental programs to ensure compliance with legislation, environmental protection and business objectives. Plays a critical role in local Synergy Groups, Industry Committees and other Community Affairs initiatives, ensuring the company?s future vision is realized. Be a visible and respected Environmental and HSE Leader on site, who promotes a strong HSE culture. Champion the implementation of HSE / SD plans. Champions waste management. Primary regulatory contact for operational issues, including permitting, audits / inspections and incident follow up. Ensure the quality and effectiveness of the environmental procedures and practices and assist as needed in coaching/implementing those practices. Incident investigation and follow-up Provide environmental training and awareness opportunities to Operations Requirements: Must be legally eligible to work in Canada. Must possess an Environmental technical degree or diploma. Minimum two to three years of soil, ground water, surface water and air experience. 10 years? experience managing environmental issues in an Oil and Gas operating environment. Experience / knowledge of AER (Alberta Energy Regulators) Broad range of knowledge required of environmental regulations, practices. The ability to work through others to manage the ever-increasing environmental requirements and expectations. Managing priorities to meet requirements of the many stakeholders requiring support and advice from the environmental coordinator Qualified candidates interested in applying for this career opportunity, please forward your Word format CV, in confidence, to . We thank all in advance for your interest....

Stakeholder Relations / Environmental Coordinator ? Horizon Oil Sands - Canada

YOUR OPPORTUNITY: As part of the Horizon Stakeholder Relations team, you will work closely with the Stakeholder and Environmental teams to ensure Canadian Natural?s environmental commitments to stakeholders are implemented successfully. Consultation with aboriginal groups on environmental matters related to new regulatory filings will be a key area of responsibility, but in general these commitments also include working outdoors, attending weekend social events and working in industrial settings. Other responsibilities for this self-motivated individual include but are not limited to the following: ? Develop and execute effective stakeholder consultation plans that reflect Canadian Natural?s current environmental commitments to stakeholders ? Work closely with team members to build effective relationships with local stakeholders, including Aboriginal communities in the Municipality of Wood Buffalo ? Implement all environmental commitments to local stakeholders with whom Canadian Natural has agreements ? Coordinate communication activities such as community workshops, open house sessions and prepare newsletters, project updates and key messages ? Track costs associated with project specific stakeholder consultation activities relative to approved budgets ? Coordinate project specific stakeholder consultation activities with Surface Landmen and Stakeholder Relations Advisors ? Communicate with project team members on the status of community engagement activities in a timely manner ? Work alongside other members of the Stakeholder Relations team supporting such events as open houses, school presentations, public meetings and other stakeholder events This position is based in Fort McMurray, Alberta and is eligible for: ? Relocation to Fort McMurray COMPETITIVE SALARY - STOCK OPTIONS - STOCK SAVINGS PLAN - ANNUAL BONUSES - BENEFITS - LOCATION PREMIUMS! **Please Note** ? This position is located in the Fort McMurray Town Office ? There will be an on-call requirement to this position to support the Horizon Emergency Operations Center ? This position is based in Fort McMurray and requires extensive local travel with periodic overnight travel ? This position requires a flexible work schedule, with mandatory events occurring regularly on Saturdays and evenings HOW WILL YOU MAKE YOUR MARK? ? Work with aboriginal stakeholder groups and Horizon teams to effectively integrate Traditional Ecological Knowledge into the Horizon operation in line with current agreements ? Participate in regional multi-stakeholder initiatives where required ? Fulfill provincial and federal Aboriginal and other consultation requirements ? Prepare reports and documentation to regulatory agencies to demonstrate stakeholder consultation requirements were fulfilled ? Prepare timely responses to stakeholder enquires related to regulatory applications and ongoing operations ? Track and document Horizon environmental performance and present results to stakeholder groups ? Mentor team members when necessary QUALIFICATIONS: ? Typically 5+ years of oil and gas industry experience with a diploma or degree in a relevant field such as Environmental Science or Natural Resources ? Significant experience working with both Aboriginal and non-aboriginal communities ? Exceptional knowledge of stakeholder processes along with demonstrated performance of working effectively with local communities ? Excellent communications skills such as: research, writing, listening, two-way dialogue, presentation and relationship building skills ? Strengths in organization, scheduling, meeting timelines and managing multiple projects ? Sound judgment in dealing with sensitive and/or confidential information ? Familiarity with and understanding of: o Related regulatory and environmental matters and of regulatory requirements related to consultation o Strong computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft Office To see related Environmental/Regulatory roles at CNRL, visit: web address removed >/Environmental-Regulatory Our Oil Sands Mining Operations Horizon Oil Sands is a world class asset offering countless opportunities to advance your career. Comprised of surface oil sands mining and bitumen upgrading facilities, this vast project offers challenging opportunities in an environment where teamwork, innovation, and your expertise are valued. Apply your abilities using industry leading technologies and contribute to the success of the Horizon Oil Sands. About Canadian Natural At Canadian Natural, we strive to live through our mission statement: 'To develop people to work together to create value for the Company's shareholders by doing it right with fun and integrity.' As a leading oil and gas producer, our diverse combination of assets include light oil, heavy oil, in situ oil sands production, oil sands mining and upgrading facilities, and natural gas. At Canadian Natural, safety is a core value. We conduct all of our operations in a way that identifies, minimizes and mitigates harm to the health and safety of employees, contractors, the public and the environment. Canadian Natural Resources Limited - CNRL - is a publicly traded company on the TSX and NYSE as CNQ....

Enviromental Health & Safety Coordinator- Utilities

ROLE OBJECTIVE: Provide assistance, guidance and direction to construction management, supervisors, personnel and subcontractors in the administration, implementation and maintenance of CANA Utilities? Environmental, Health and Safety program. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBLITIES: To effectively complete the responsibilities of this position, the candidate must be able to complete the following: Assist with the ongoing development, implementation, evaluation and auditing of EH&S management system standards/policies/procedures/practices/rules; Monitor compliance to regulatory, project and client requirements and initiate corrective action; Interface with construction management, line supervisor, subcontractors, client EH&S personnel and other project stakeholders on EH&S; Encourage and educate employees to take precautions and adhere to safety rules to protect themselves and the equipment they use from damage; Conduct regular site EH&S audits to ensure consistent application of EH&S procedures and practices. Provide assessments with recommendations as necessary; Training of personnel on EH&S regulations, responsibilities and assessments; Assist with management of all data associated with incident reporting and field audits through appropriate management tools for the identification of indicators pinpointing improving or diminishing compliance status and/or emerging trends or risks; Assist with administration of EH&S record keeping, reporting systems and employee training; Investigate all injuries, accidents, incidents and near misses. Identify root causes and provide recommendations for improvements that can be made to our safety program; Assist with maintaining COR certification; Ensure follow-up Corrective Actions are tracked as appropriate to completion for all findings resulting from self-directed audits and findings stemming from incident and near misses investigations; Support ISNetworld, Canqual and other Canadian EH&S data base requirements; Development of site specific Safety Management Plans, Emergency Response Plans, Subcontractor Orientations and Prime Contractor requirements; New employee orientations; Manage Construction Safety Training Systems (CSTS); Management of site specific WHMIS requirements (i.e. MSDS data); Assist injured workers in obtaining Modified Duties and administer the return to work policy; Train employees in TDG....

Construction Coordinator

Location/City : Nl - St. Johns Country/Locale : Canada Category : Power Id : 4070 Area Code : 201 Position Overview: PTAG is seeking experienced Construction Coordinators to be part of a multi-billion dollar power generation plant, and transmission & distribution corridor. in St. John's, NL. The incumbent shall work in accordance with the Health and Safety Policies & Procedures and strive to eliminate any potential risk which could result in personal injury or occupational illness. The incumbent shall be familiar with the Environmental Policy and Guiding Principles and applicable environmental Standard Operating Procedures. Location: Newfoundland Job Type: Contract Responsibilities: Works and interfaces extensively with the Area Construction Manager, Contracts Administrator, H&S advisors, and Environmental Monitors in order to collectively ensure that Contractor is adhering to its Execution Plan, including all supporting plans and procedures required to ensure that the work is done to the level of specified quality, safety and environmental standards Assures that all work undertaken by contractor is done is a safe manner and in accordance with approved drawings, specifications and regulations; Assures that Area Construction Manager and all others, as appropriate, are kept informed of events occurring at the work site Investigates upcoming work areas for issues or potential issues that may adversely impact construction and takes those steps appropriate to mitigate these impacts Assures that contractor look-ahead plans are appropriate and include consideration of issues that may impact construction Recommendations, as appropriate, are rendered to the contractor to assure construction activities adequately address filed conditions Coordinates with any and all C4 groups to assure proper communications and to effect resolution/mitigation of identified issues Assures that engineering related issues are promptly relayed to the Resident Engineer for action and follows up to assure timeliness of resolution efforts Inspects work areas for compliance with safety, environmental and other related functions Contact with the appropriate group will be affected to assure awareness of the affected group and to assure follow-up Coordinates with all QC inspection personnel assigned to the Area Coordinates construction field surveillance activities with respect to QC inspection activities, field engineering, materials management, H&S Advisors and Environmental Monitors based upon agreed work prioritization with Area Construction Manager Ensures that inspections and tests are carried out in the field and correctly document, on the specific forms, and signed Ensures that there is a sufficient level and competency of QC inspectors available to support the verification of the contractor's work in accordance with the Agreement's technical specifications; Coaches and mentors inspectors to ensure they are provided with the level of guidance and direction required to fulfil their duties Coordinates various contractors at points of interface and determines work priorities Issues and reviews Site Instructions issued to the contractor to ensure compliance with the Agreement and with the Project Delivery Team's work processes Supports Area CM in the reviews and comments on justifications given by contractors for any extra or claims requested Provisions technical support to the Contract Administrator with respect to the review and validation of contractor's progress declaration and certificates Identifies performance trends on safety, schedule & quality and work with Area CM to coordinate corrective actions; aintains awareness of resources mobilized by contractors and of the progress of the work Supports the review of contractor Concession Requests; Is aware of the issue of non-conformance reports raised by site inspectors Checks directly or indirectly through those reporting to him / her that the assigned duties have been carried out Conducts job site coordination meetings with members of the LCP Team; Attends various coordination meetings with contractors Prepares regular job progress status reports and review contractors status reports for the Area Construction Manager Requirements: Minimum post-secondary graduation from a recognized technical program or a related discipline An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered Previous experience as a journey lineman, QC inspector or similar role to acquire adequate field experience in Transmission Line Construction works Desired experience includes:Working as a civil / structural QC inspector; Foundation and geotechnical conditions Background in contract administration; ability to read design drawings and understand & enforce job specifications. Not ready to apply to one of our positions yet? Email us your resume to be considered for future positions. PTAG is an employee owned capital projects consulting firm providing People, Process and Systems to the Oil & Gas, Power, Mining and Infrastructure industries. For more information about our projects, please visit us here....

Health Safety & Environment Coordinator

Responsible for the day to day coordination and management of the safety program in order to decrease and/or eliminate job related injuries and accident within the location. Assures the coordination of injury responses, and appropriate care is provided to employees injured on the job. Coordinates and manages the regularly scheduled completion of payroll processing and acts as a local liaison for Human Resources related activities. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: ? Addresses motor vehicle incidents in addition to being the first onsite responder. ? Performs and coordinates regular safety audits in addition to all location safety meetings. ? Participates in location leadership meetings as subject matter expert in safety ? Performs all Safety meetings and the required Safety training for all personnel per the schedule set out for the year. ? Responsible for independent application of policy related to safety ? Generates safety related reports. ? Maintains personnel folders. ? Communicates new and revised programs, processes and procedures to local employees....

Inventory Coordinator

EVRAZ North America produces more than 5 million tons annually of steel plate, rail, wire rod and rebar, and pipe for major markets including infrastructure like rail, bridges and roads, as well as energy, commercial construction and defense. We are a subsidiary of EVRAZ plc - one of the largest vertically integrated steel and mining businesses in the world. Headquartered in Chicago, the company currently operates manufacturing facilities in Portland, Ore.; Pueblo, Colo.; Regina, Saskatchewan; and Calgary, Camrose and Red Deer, Alberta. EVRAZ North America also owns 20 metal scrap recycling facilities. Inventory Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and ensuring Clients assets are managed timely with respect to monitoring the receiving, shipping and production practices, and controlling the input of inventory details. Specific Responsibilities: Monitor inventory for location accuracy weekly. Establish QA procedures by planning, scheduling and supervising the execution of inventory cycle counts, inventory audits and inventory adjustments in order to ensure inventory accuracy Ensure the timely and accurate completion of a variety of inventory reports and ensure proper distribution to the client Liaise with clients on inventory priorities Track individual picking / audit accuracy on daily basis Conduct random audits to weekly inbounds to ensure correct description, quantity and location match system records Capacity tracking recorded bi-weekly Investigate and account for inventory discrepancies Follow a client start up outline to ensure a smooth transition for all new clients. This includes entering all charge codes and product codes into the system. Assign new and maintain existing rack location identifiers Assist with client specific notes to clarify picking sequence Accountable for communicating damages to clients and maintaining accurate damage reports Collaborate with Lead to investigate all claims and ensure all processed adhere to specific client contracts and company policy Establish and maintain positive internal and external relationships through effective communication and issue resolution Participate in updating Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to ensure data integrity, including but not limited to, cycle counts, receiving, shipping and transfers Track inventory and warehouse related KPIs monthly Be knowledgeable on all on-site client IT systems Other duties as required Requirements: Completion of Post Secondary or Industry related courses, equivalent experience is required Minimum 2 years experience in a warehouse environment is required. Advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point and Access) Excellent analytical and problem solving skills and commitment to accuracy Working Conditions: Working conditions are normal for an office/warehouse environment. Work may require occasional weekend and / or evening work. Occasional overtime may be required. Marginal Job Functions: Keeps work area and equipment clean and orderly. As needed, performs routine maintenance and assists Maintenance personnel. Essential Physical Activities: Must be able to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach, stand, walk, push, pull, lift, carry, finger, grasp, feel, talk to communicate, speak over public address system, hear, and make repetitive motions. Needs good vision to operate equipment. Occasionally exerts forces up to 50 pounds to lift, carry, push and pull. Work Conditions: Subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions. Exposed to elevated noise and vibrations. Not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions. Physical Hazards - Close proximity to heavy loads. EVRAZ is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Individuals with Disabilities, and Veterans. At EVRAZ North America, we manufacture steel. We also manufacture excellence, drive success and build careers for our employees. Our people come from diverse backgrounds, but share a common set of values and the same goal of creating the best possible solution for our customers. In addition to a competitive wage and generous benefits package, our employees share in the Companys success through incentives like profit sharing. We provide opportunities for advancement and promote often from withinwhich means that a job at EVRAZ can take your career farther than you ever imagined. Employee Benefits at EVRAZ North America as part of a total compensation package, EVRAZ provides excellent benefits to its North American employees. Competitive wages and an excellent quarterly Profit Participation bonus opportunity Family Medical, Dental, Vision Care, Prescription coverage at minimal employee cost Short and Long Term Disability programs Company funded Retirement Plans Paid vacations Apprenticeship and promotional opportunities for advancement within the company Tuition Reimbursement Wellness Program #LI-RB1...

Technical Training Consultant - SYS

Invensys is a global technology company that works in partnership with a broad range of industrial and commercial customers to design and supply advanced technologies that optimize their operational performance and profitability. From oil refineries and power stations to mining companies and appliance manufacturers, our market-leading software, systems and controls enable our customers to monitor, control and automate their products and processes, thereby maximizing safety, efficiency, reliability and ease of use. Our lines of business are grouped into four business segments: Software, Industrial Automation, Energy Controls and Appliance. You may recognize our market brands, such as Triconex, Wonderware, Foxboro, Ranco and Eurotherm, among others. Invensys works with: 23 of the top 25 petroleum companies 48 of the top 50 chemical companies 18 of the top 20 pharmaceutical companies 35 of the top 50 nuclear power plants All of the top 10 mining companies 7 of the top 10 appliance manufacturers Invensys enables: 20% of the world's electricity generation 18% of the world's crude oil refining 37% of the world's nuclear energy generation 62% of the world's liquefied natural gas production 23% of the world's chemical production Technical Training Consultant Location: Montreal, Quebec ? Canada Job Summary: This person will lead a team of training professionals and be responsible for growing customer training revenue in Canada. This individual will also be accountable for technical training plans and delivery in support of organizational goals for improving the technical knowledge and skill capability of Schneider-Electric delivery engineers in Canada. This includes conducting technical training courses for customers and employees on Foxboro and Triconex product lines. Experience with Foxboro, and, Triconex systems is essential for the successful candidate. This job requires an individual who is a quick learner who wants to be at the cutting edge of technology. Opportunities exist to be a subject matter expert for new exciting technologies. Job requires an individual who considers him or herself as a life-long learner and is self-motivated to learn new technologies as they are released. Other responsibilities include delivering training as well as updating existing training content and creating new training solutions. Duties and Responsibilities: ? Conduct technical training courses for customers and employees for multiple industrial automation products at Invensys training facilities and 3 rd party facilities. ? Analyze customer RFQ, Client Needs and internal needs design learning solutions. ? Write/create job aids that provide information, processes and perspectives that inform and guide planning and action. ? Maintain training delivery and development infrastructure and equipment. ? Prospect for sale opportunities in Canada, diagnose customer needs, identify potential solutions, establish value. Negotiate sales, following up to ensure customer success. ? Generate training proposals and estimate training cost. ? Plan activities required to meet business goals. Organize resources required to enable the successful completion of plans. Analyze, recruit and hire individuals as required. Lead and direct staff to complete tasks as required. Control, monitor against plans and take corrective action. Motivate staff to complete established plans. Prepare and implement training budget. Meet training department performance metrics. Appraise, compare, criticize and test developed courseware. Create training materials and brochures in English and French. Working Conditions: Normal office environment with no extreme exposure to work hazards or environmental concerns. May be required to perform some lifting on the job, up to a maximum of 25 pounds. May be required to stand for extended periods of time while conducting training classes and/or presentations. Up to 20% of time may be spent travelling....

Facilities Coordinator

Position Summary This position will assist to develop and execute the manufacturing plan to support management objectives on on-time delivery, inventory levels and customer service. EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: ? Issues, deals with and closes off all facility PM?s (everything outside actual production equipment) in Faciliworks when completed. ? Issues, deals with and closes off all facility W/O?s ? assesses scope of work, writes proposals and obtain and present quotes for work for approavals ? Sources new facility contractors and qualifies them to work at RA for required work. ? Establishes and maintains facility contractor files and relative permits, service reports and other documents ? Deals with all facility related misc. issues and follows up with Contractors on all open / ongoing issues ? Handles all facility invoices and PO?s (WRT SAP) and assigning invoices to proper accounts ? Works closely with Facilities Maint Tech in daily activities, PM?s and issues ? Tracks all hours and costing for facility work / PM?s done for each department ? Maintains and proposes new office layouts or modifications as needed ? Maintain facility drawings and layouts for both paper and Cad ? Deals with all Grounds, Plumbing, Caf, furniture, Waste management and Cleaning contractors and issues ? Maintains Faciliworks data base, user accounts and overall operations. ? Updates, modifies, adds or deletes all PM?s for both facilities and Equipment as needed ? Issues all EHSS type WO / PM?s to EHSS for completion ? Issuing weekly and monthly Faciliworks reports on PM?s and WO?s ? Issues reports for RPS/ TPM weekly ? Enters shopping carts for any materials or services for facilities or Maintenance as needed. ? Conduct tasks in accordance with applicable health, safety, quality, and environmental regulations (federal, provincial, ISO 9001, ISO 14000, etc.) as well as Rockwell Automation policies and procedures ? Familiarity with policies and procedures relating to standards of business conduct. ? May be required to assist or instruct other employees. ? Observe safe working practices. ? Maintain work area in a clean and orderly manner. ? Flexibility and adaptability to assume other roles as required. Minimum Qualifications EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: ? Minimum 2 years previous administrative assistant experience within manufacturing environment ? Previous experience setting up and managing Maintenance systems such as Faciliworks, megamation, Maximo or similar maintenance system. ? Previous experience planning and coordinating facility projects and external contractors ? Demonstrated computer efficiency skills including working knowledge of SAP or other similar business ordering or purchasing systems ? Ability to prioritize urgent matters and demanding of suppliers / contractors. ? Must be flexible for changing hours of work given operational requirements ? Strong communication skills and attention to detail. ? Ability to work independently and in a team environment. ? Flexibility and adaptability to assume other roles as required. EDUCATION DESIRED: ? College diploma in Business Administration or other related discipline is preferred...

Communications Consultant

OBJECTIVE Ensure successful preparation and implementation of communication plan(s) and improvement strategies in support of the Client's priorities and initiatives; Provide issues management and crisis/risk communications services Ensure effective communication of the Client's policies, services and initiatives to claimants, Canadians and other government institutions; and Consistency and agreement between English and French versions of government and other related documents. TASKS & ACTIVITIES TO BE PERFORMED The work involved will range from drafting communications strategies, providing issues management and crisis/risk communications services, and implementing communications plans and/or strategies. Resource must provide services on site. The resource shall carry out in any combination the following tasks: Produce materials, including media lines, for use by senior managers to communicate the Client's key messages; Contribute to the development and implementation of strategic communications policies, advice, products and services; Provide input to the Client?s strategic communications plans, and strategic and operational plans; Conduct research and analysis of information gathered from environmental scanning to determine implications for the Client?s and the optimal communications responses; Draft briefings, and provide input, and recommendations for senior management; Resolve key communications issues, and deliver presentations and briefings on alternative strategies and innovative approaches; Direct the development and implementation of communications strategies in response to crises and sensitive issues; Provide leadership, innovation and direction to the communications function of the Client; Develop frameworks and formulate communications priorities; Develop strategic plans to promote the Client?s goals and objectives; Ensure that Client?s themes and messages are incorporated in communications products and initiatives; and Perform (on an as-and-when-required basis) side-by-side quality assurance and revision of French and/or English versions of translated material of a technical nature (i.e. legal and/or government). Work with partners such as central agencies, federal, provincial and territorial government, Aboriginal communities and/or Aboriginal associations / organizations and other key stakeholders REQUIREMENTS At least 15 years of experience in providing strategic communications and public affairs advice to senior executives (the experience is to have been a core part of employment) Recent (within the last 5 years) and significant experience in development and implementation of strategic communications plans for major initiatives. At least 5 years of experience working as a communications consultant to senior management in Public Sector organizations. Public Sector includes Federal (including Crown Corporations), Provincial and/or Municipal government organizations. At least 2 years of experience working as a communications consultant to Aboriginal organizations, Aboriginal communities and/or Aboriginal associations. 2+ years of project experience working with organizations dealing with or relating to Canadian Aboriginal history and culture. 2+ years of project experience working with organizations dealing with the legacy of Indian Residential Schools (IRS). Project experience in working on communications projects directly related to socio-economic Aboriginal issues. Project experience in working on the development and/or implementation of communications strategies for any of the following types of positions: Senior Federal government officials up to the Minister level; OR Senior Provincial government officials up to the Minister level; OR The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of a private sector company. Experience in national and local level media relations management. National being Canada-wide in scope with broad-based exposure and/or implications. Local being targeted to a community, municipality, etc. with potentially limited exposure and/or implications Experience in organizing events, news conferences and interviews and providing communications support in these areas. More than 6 years of experience providing advice to managers on communications techniques, tools and on key Government of Canada communications policies, guidelines and legislation Experience in advising on the strategic use of a website and intranet portal. ADDITIONAL DETAILS Security clearance: Secret University degree Relevant professional certification Salary to be discussed APPLY TO: Acosys Consulting Services thanks all applicants. We advise only those who qualify for an interview will be contacted. If interested please forward your CV and cover letter to Jessica Santillo by email: or by calling 514-744-9433 ext. 120. Jessica Santillo Acosys Consulting HR Coordinator 514-744-9433 ext. 120 514.744.6768 jsantillo...

Senior Network Analyst - Contract

Company Introduction A Division of Magna Exteriors, Polycon Industries is a World Class supplier of automotive parts. Polycon moulds, paints, assembles and sequences automotive products to OEM's (Original Equipment Manufacturers). Job Introduction The Senior Network Analyst is responsible for the design, development, maintenance and support of all IT infrastructure and network hardware. Participates in Disaster Recovery process and initiatives. Major Responsibilities * University/College Degree or Diploma (preferably in Computer Science) * Minimum five years of related experience required * Excellent communication skills (written and oral English) * Previous experience in a fast-paced manufacturing environment preferred * Experience supporting a large LAN/WAN environment * Critical accuracy required for quality of application and documentation * Must be well organized with proven attention detail * Ability to manage and adapt to changes in priorities * Capable of working as part of a team, with little supervision * Excellent time management skills to deal with a heavy workload * Exceptional skill at root cause analysis and troubleshooting Knowledge and Education * Manages LAN, WAN switches, routers, VLAN and Network Cabling. * Provides network hardware support. * Participates in Disaster Recovery process and initiatives. * Designs, implements and supports a large LAN/WAN environment. * Designs, configures, installs, tests and troubleshoots all network devices. * Maintains and upgrades Switch Firmware. * Maintains Phone Switch Analog and VOIP. * Participates in capital project planning, scope, quoting and project implementation. * Provides documentation and procedures as needed. * Performs all job functions in a safe, healthful and environmentally conscious manner, abiding by all health, safety and environmental rules and regulations. * Performs other duties as assigned....

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