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        • Oakville, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you experienced with Inventory Control and looking for a great step in your career?If so, this could be the right position for you!The Inventory Manager is responsible for the effective operations of all product activities within the company. Accountable for the movement of products from import to final consumer destination.Essential Job Functions- Accounting flow of inventory from start to finish- Inventory Management- New product set up- Review profitability and overstock of products for Management- Update price and promotion items when required- Prepare internal documentation for shipments to be receivedADVANTAGESExcellent consumer product focused organization.Competitive compensationCompany BenefitsRSPDiscretionary BonusRESPONSIBILITIESDuties and ResponsibilitiesWork closely with management to complete supplier Purchase OrdersCollect/analyze data to provide feedback both quantitative and qualitative to ManagementMonitor stock levels adhering to demand and cost targetsCo-ordinate with Marketing/Sales/Warehouse Manager to ensure NEW items are catalogued/marketedPrepare communications for internal and external use both written and verbalSupplier payment processingIntercompany reconciliation and payment of product receiptsRelease orders from margin when pricing is overriddenQUALIFICATIONSQualifications, Requirements, SkillsUniversity DegreeExcellent written and oral communication skillsStrong understanding of P&L marginsAccounting knowledgeAbility to lift 50 lbsStrong computer skillsAbility to meet strict deadlines and manage multiple tasks and priorities in a fast-paced environmentCash flow preparationSUMMARYPlease email resume to Dawn Urbanowicz at Dawn.Urbanowicz@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.
        Are you experienced with Inventory Control and looking for a great step in your career?If so, this could be the right position for you!The Inventory Manager is responsible for the effective operations of all product activities within the company. Accountable for the movement of products from import to final consumer destination.Essential Job Functions- Accounting flow of inventory from start to finish- Inventory Management- New product set up- Review profitability and overstock of products for Management- Update price and promotion items when required- Prepare internal documentation for shipments to be receivedADVANTAGESExcellent consumer product focused organization.Competitive compensationCompany BenefitsRSPDiscretionary BonusRESPONSIBILITIESDuties and ResponsibilitiesWork closely with management to complete supplier Purchase OrdersCollect/analyze data to provide feedback both quantitative and qualitative to ManagementMonitor stock levels adhering to demand and cost targetsCo-ordinate with Marketing/Sales/Warehouse Manager to ensure NEW items are catalogued/marketedPrepare communications for internal and external use both written and verbalSupplier payment processingIntercompany reconciliation and payment of product receiptsRelease orders from margin when pricing is overriddenQUALIFICATIONSQualifications, Requirements, SkillsUniversity DegreeExcellent written and oral communication skillsStrong understanding of P&L marginsAccounting knowledgeAbility to lift 50 lbsStrong computer skillsAbility to meet strict deadlines and manage multiple tasks and priorities in a fast-paced environmentCash flow preparationSUMMARYPlease email resume to Dawn Urbanowicz at Dawn.Urbanowicz@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positions.
        • Woodbridge, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you looking for a career as SUPPLY CHAIN SPECIALIST? Our one of the largest client located in Vaughan is looking to add a Supply chain specialist to their team. Title - Supply chain specialistLocation - Vaughan, ONSalary - Depends on experience. Industry - Windows and Doors. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:• Identify, plan, schedule and execute procurement order requirements based on various data sources;• Coordinate inventory management activities such as cycle counting, analysis and reconciliation, stocking strategies, excess & obsolescence review and reporting, etc.;• Proactively coordinate deliveries, expedite orders and effectively manage backorders with suppliers as required;• Reconcile supplier invoicing discrepancies, maintain product cost data;• Maintain accurate and timely part number and vendor-related data information;• Effectively communicate with key stakeholders in Production, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Accounting;• Manage supplier relationship to optimize delivery, pricing, quality and documentation;• Produce various Excel-based reports to facilitate key tasks;• Build strong product knowledge and become the go-to person for category-specific information;• Continuously seek to drive process improvement by adhering to Lean best practices;• Adhere to established company policies, procedures and safety standards• Other duties as assignedRequirements:• Minimum 3 to 5 years of supply chain management experience in a manufacturing environment;• CSCP/CPIM/SCMP or similar accreditation or current enrollment in a recognized program;• Demonstrable experience in supply chain management activities including planning, scheduling, procurement, production control, inventory management, etc.;• Solid ERP / MRP skills experience, preferably with an SAP background;• Exposure to Lean Business systems, Six Sigma and similar CI programs would be considered an asset;• Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities;• Superior oral and written communications abilities;• Excellent organizational and time management skills;• Strong sense of urgency and accountability;• Advanced Excel skills including the use of formulas, pivot tables, conditional formatting, macros, etc.• Hands-on attitude, comfortable working in manufacturing and warehousing environments;ADVANTAGESSupply chain specialistLocation - Vaughan, ONSalary - Depends on experience. Industry - Windows and Doors. RESPONSIBILITIES• Identify, plan, schedule and execute procurement order requirements based on various data sources;• Coordinate inventory management activities such as cycle counting, analysis and reconciliation, stocking strategies, excess & obsolescence review and reporting, etc.;• Proactively coordinate deliveries, expedite orders and effectively manage backorders with suppliers as required;• Reconcile supplier invoicing discrepancies, maintain product cost data;• Maintain accurate and timely part number and vendor-related data information;• Effectively communicate with key stakeholders in Production, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Accounting;• Manage supplier relationship to optimize delivery, pricing, quality and documentation;• Produce various Excel-based reports to facilitate key tasks;• Build strong product knowledge and become the go-to person for category-specific information;• Continuously seek to drive process improvement by adhering to Lean best practices;• Adhere to established company policies, procedures and safety standards• Other duties as assignedQUALIFICATIONS• Minimum 3 to 5 years of supply chain management experience in a manufacturing environment;• CSCP/CPIM/SCMP or similar accreditation or current enrollment in a recognized program;• Demonstrable experience in supply chain management activities including planning, scheduling, procurement, production control, inventory management, etc.;• Solid ERP / MRP skills experience, preferably with an SAP background;• Exposure to Lean Business systems, Six Sigma and similar CI programs would be considered an asset;• Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities;• Superior oral and written communications abilities;• Excellent organizational and time management skills;• Strong sense of urgency and accountability;• Advanced Excel skills including the use of formulas, pivot tables, conditional formatting, macros, etc.• Hands-on attitude, comfortable working in manufacturing and warehousing environments;SUMMARYAre you looking for a career as SUPPLY CHAIN SPECIALIST? Our one of the largest client located in Vaughan is looking to add a Supply chain specialist to their team. Title - Supply chain specialistLocation - Vaughan, ONSalary - Depends on experience. Industry - Windows and Doors. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:• Identify, plan, schedule and execute procurement order requirements based on various data sources;• Coordinate inventory management activities such as cycle counting, analysis and reconciliation, stocking strategies, excess & obsolescence review and reporting, etc.;• Proactively coordinate deliveries, expedite orders and effectively manage backorders with suppliers as required;• Reconcile supplier invoicing discrepancies, maintain product cost data;• Maintain accurate and timely part number and vendor-related data information;• Effectively communicate with key stakeholders in Production, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Accounting;• Manage supplier relationship to optimize delivery, pricing, quality and documentation;• Produce various Excel-based reports to facilitate key tasks;• Build strong product knowledge and become the go-to person for category-specific information;• Continuously seek to drive process improvement by adhering to Lean best practices;• Adhere to established company policies, procedures and safety standards• Other duties as assignedRequirements:• Minimum 3 to 5 years of supply chain management experience in a manufacturing environment;• CSCP/CPIM/SCMP or similar accreditation or current enrollment in a recognized program;• Demonstrable experience in supply chain management activities including planning, scheduling, procurement, production control, inventory management, etc.;• Solid ERP / MRP skills experience, preferably with an SAP background;• Exposure to Lean Business systems, Six Sigma and similar CI programs would be considered an asset;• Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities;• Superior oral and written communications abilities;• Excellent organizational and time management skills;• Strong sense of urgency and accountability;• Advanced Excel skills including the use of formulas, pivot tables, conditional formatting, macros, etc.• Hands-on attitude, comfortable working in manufacturing and warehousing environments;
        Are you looking for a career as SUPPLY CHAIN SPECIALIST? Our one of the largest client located in Vaughan is looking to add a Supply chain specialist to their team. Title - Supply chain specialistLocation - Vaughan, ONSalary - Depends on experience. Industry - Windows and Doors. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:• Identify, plan, schedule and execute procurement order requirements based on various data sources;• Coordinate inventory management activities such as cycle counting, analysis and reconciliation, stocking strategies, excess & obsolescence review and reporting, etc.;• Proactively coordinate deliveries, expedite orders and effectively manage backorders with suppliers as required;• Reconcile supplier invoicing discrepancies, maintain product cost data;• Maintain accurate and timely part number and vendor-related data information;• Effectively communicate with key stakeholders in Production, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Accounting;• Manage supplier relationship to optimize delivery, pricing, quality and documentation;• Produce various Excel-based reports to facilitate key tasks;• Build strong product knowledge and become the go-to person for category-specific information;• Continuously seek to drive process improvement by adhering to Lean best practices;• Adhere to established company policies, procedures and safety standards• Other duties as assignedRequirements:• Minimum 3 to 5 years of supply chain management experience in a manufacturing environment;• CSCP/CPIM/SCMP or similar accreditation or current enrollment in a recognized program;• Demonstrable experience in supply chain management activities including planning, scheduling, procurement, production control, inventory management, etc.;• Solid ERP / MRP skills experience, preferably with an SAP background;• Exposure to Lean Business systems, Six Sigma and similar CI programs would be considered an asset;• Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities;• Superior oral and written communications abilities;• Excellent organizational and time management skills;• Strong sense of urgency and accountability;• Advanced Excel skills including the use of formulas, pivot tables, conditional formatting, macros, etc.• Hands-on attitude, comfortable working in manufacturing and warehousing environments;ADVANTAGESSupply chain specialistLocation - Vaughan, ONSalary - Depends on experience. Industry - Windows and Doors. RESPONSIBILITIES• Identify, plan, schedule and execute procurement order requirements based on various data sources;• Coordinate inventory management activities such as cycle counting, analysis and reconciliation, stocking strategies, excess & obsolescence review and reporting, etc.;• Proactively coordinate deliveries, expedite orders and effectively manage backorders with suppliers as required;• Reconcile supplier invoicing discrepancies, maintain product cost data;• Maintain accurate and timely part number and vendor-related data information;• Effectively communicate with key stakeholders in Production, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Accounting;• Manage supplier relationship to optimize delivery, pricing, quality and documentation;• Produce various Excel-based reports to facilitate key tasks;• Build strong product knowledge and become the go-to person for category-specific information;• Continuously seek to drive process improvement by adhering to Lean best practices;• Adhere to established company policies, procedures and safety standards• Other duties as assignedQUALIFICATIONS• Minimum 3 to 5 years of supply chain management experience in a manufacturing environment;• CSCP/CPIM/SCMP or similar accreditation or current enrollment in a recognized program;• Demonstrable experience in supply chain management activities including planning, scheduling, procurement, production control, inventory management, etc.;• Solid ERP / MRP skills experience, preferably with an SAP background;• Exposure to Lean Business systems, Six Sigma and similar CI programs would be considered an asset;• Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities;• Superior oral and written communications abilities;• Excellent organizational and time management skills;• Strong sense of urgency and accountability;• Advanced Excel skills including the use of formulas, pivot tables, conditional formatting, macros, etc.• Hands-on attitude, comfortable working in manufacturing and warehousing environments;SUMMARYAre you looking for a career as SUPPLY CHAIN SPECIALIST? Our one of the largest client located in Vaughan is looking to add a Supply chain specialist to their team. Title - Supply chain specialistLocation - Vaughan, ONSalary - Depends on experience. Industry - Windows and Doors. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:• Identify, plan, schedule and execute procurement order requirements based on various data sources;• Coordinate inventory management activities such as cycle counting, analysis and reconciliation, stocking strategies, excess & obsolescence review and reporting, etc.;• Proactively coordinate deliveries, expedite orders and effectively manage backorders with suppliers as required;• Reconcile supplier invoicing discrepancies, maintain product cost data;• Maintain accurate and timely part number and vendor-related data information;• Effectively communicate with key stakeholders in Production, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Accounting;• Manage supplier relationship to optimize delivery, pricing, quality and documentation;• Produce various Excel-based reports to facilitate key tasks;• Build strong product knowledge and become the go-to person for category-specific information;• Continuously seek to drive process improvement by adhering to Lean best practices;• Adhere to established company policies, procedures and safety standards• Other duties as assignedRequirements:• Minimum 3 to 5 years of supply chain management experience in a manufacturing environment;• CSCP/CPIM/SCMP or similar accreditation or current enrollment in a recognized program;• Demonstrable experience in supply chain management activities including planning, scheduling, procurement, production control, inventory management, etc.;• Solid ERP / MRP skills experience, preferably with an SAP background;• Exposure to Lean Business systems, Six Sigma and similar CI programs would be considered an asset;• Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities;• Superior oral and written communications abilities;• Excellent organizational and time management skills;• Strong sense of urgency and accountability;• Advanced Excel skills including the use of formulas, pivot tables, conditional formatting, macros, etc.• Hands-on attitude, comfortable working in manufacturing and warehousing environments;
        • Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        Job SummaryOur Port Coquitlam based client is actively seeking a Project Coordinator to join their project team. One of Western Canada's leaders in building systems, this is a fantastic opportunity to leanr the industry from a well establisehd and very busy company. The Project Coordinator is responsible for organizing project activities and maintaining document control, and will work closely with an experienced Project Manager.ResponsibilitiesEffectively and accurately communicate relevant project information to project team.Perform general administrative & record keeping functions including the review and distribution of project documentation, correspondence, minutes and field review reports, maintenance of project files, logs, drawings, specification, submittals, and RFIs.Track and manage RFI(s), transmittals, shop drawings, site instructions, contemplated change notices and change orders.Assist with procurement and delivery.Work with Project Manager to maintain billing, scope, materials, and other job objectives.Support subcontract management and processing of invoices and progress claim.Assist in the coordination of change orders management process by securing pricing from vendors and subcontractor, review and submit all data received for project management team to review and approve.Prepare project closeout documents by collecting warranties, O & M materials, and equipment start up records. QualificationsPost-secondary education an asset but will consider both education and work background.Knowledge of construction documents, drawings, specification, practices and methodology an asset.Ability to communicate clearly and collaborate with multiple project stakeholders, understand their needs and proactively identify solutions.Strong organizational and planning skills and ability to manage priorities.Strong computer skills with aptitude for learning new programs. Construction accounting software background beneficial.Strong MS Word, Excel and Acrobat Professional skills. Microsoft Project experience beneficial.RESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        Job SummaryOur Port Coquitlam based client is actively seeking a Project Coordinator to join their project team. One of Western Canada's leaders in building systems, this is a fantastic opportunity to leanr the industry from a well establisehd and very busy company. The Project Coordinator is responsible for organizing project activities and maintaining document control, and will work closely with an experienced Project Manager.ResponsibilitiesEffectively and accurately communicate relevant project information to project team.Perform general administrative & record keeping functions including the review and distribution of project documentation, correspondence, minutes and field review reports, maintenance of project files, logs, drawings, specification, submittals, and RFIs.Track and manage RFI(s), transmittals, shop drawings, site instructions, contemplated change notices and change orders.Assist with procurement and delivery.Work with Project Manager to maintain billing, scope, materials, and other job objectives.Support subcontract management and processing of invoices and progress claim.Assist in the coordination of change orders management process by securing pricing from vendors and subcontractor, review and submit all data received for project management team to review and approve.Prepare project closeout documents by collecting warranties, O & M materials, and equipment start up records. QualificationsPost-secondary education an asset but will consider both education and work background.Knowledge of construction documents, drawings, specification, practices and methodology an asset.Ability to communicate clearly and collaborate with multiple project stakeholders, understand their needs and proactively identify solutions.Strong organizational and planning skills and ability to manage priorities.Strong computer skills with aptitude for learning new programs. Construction accounting software background beneficial.Strong MS Word, Excel and Acrobat Professional skills. Microsoft Project experience beneficial.RESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        • Etobicoke, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Primary Responsibilities•Create Daily/Weekly production schedule by production line and SKU according to Customer orders and shipping schedules. •Above requires complete learning and strong understanding of all production processes, taking into account product specifications, staffing, schedules, equipment capacity and availability, inbound raw materials and line operators to ensure efficient workflow through all departments and completion of daily work orders.Essential Functions & Key Activities•Conduct scheduling meetings daily, and ad-hoc meetings as needed with plant management and other functional departments (QC, Purchasing, Accounting, IT, Senior Management)•Adjust schedules to meet Customer requirements balanced with maximizing resource efficiency.•Communicate to Supervisors, Managers and Operations Departments when scheduling issues/changes occur, or when operations falls behind schedule•Liaison between Production and Customer Service to keep customers informed of any order status or shipping schedule changes•Create Long Term production schedule for forward meat buying and future plant staffing requirements. •Produce daily operational reports on Key Performance Indicators (yields, labour)•Participate in continuous improvement of planning and control systems.ADVANTAGESBase Salary - Competitive SalaryBonusFull Benefits package, Health & DentalVacation - 2-3 WeeksDay Shift- 7 AM-4 PMRESPONSIBILITIES•Working closely with Purchasing Manager on scheduling of inbound raw material purchases.•Assist in managing of Inventories of fresh, frozen and WIP (work in progress) meats •Working in conjunction with Finance team on setting up/making changes to Bills of Material (BOM) in our Manufacturing Resource Planning system (MRP).•Assist Production Manager in developing costing for new products•Assist Production Manager in development of MRP software reports/new features•Assist in managing plant IT systemsQUALIFICATIONSCandidate Requirements•Post secondary education•Fluent in English, verbal and written•Must have excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills•Manufacturing experience and multi-level production planning.•3 Years consumer goods manufacturing factory experience•Ideal candidate has meat processing industry background•2 years Production scheduling experience in a complex environment•Strong math and computer skills. System IT experience a plus.•Advanced knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook•MRP System experience a must•Experience in creating product costing•The manufacturing environment is fast paced and requires a high level of attention to details.SUMMARYProduction Scheduler - Meat Manufacturing FacilityAre you a Production Scheduler ready to take on a new career challenge? Join the Etobicoke team at one of Canada’s fastest-growing manufacturers for meat food products ! This is your chance to work for a forward-thinking manufacturing company that puts employees first. This is a great opportunity for engineers who are looking to take on a little more responsibility, as you’ll be working alongside a team of 60+ production employeesWe’re looking for an experienced Production Scheduler with a background in the Meat manufacturing sector.
        Primary Responsibilities•Create Daily/Weekly production schedule by production line and SKU according to Customer orders and shipping schedules. •Above requires complete learning and strong understanding of all production processes, taking into account product specifications, staffing, schedules, equipment capacity and availability, inbound raw materials and line operators to ensure efficient workflow through all departments and completion of daily work orders.Essential Functions & Key Activities•Conduct scheduling meetings daily, and ad-hoc meetings as needed with plant management and other functional departments (QC, Purchasing, Accounting, IT, Senior Management)•Adjust schedules to meet Customer requirements balanced with maximizing resource efficiency.•Communicate to Supervisors, Managers and Operations Departments when scheduling issues/changes occur, or when operations falls behind schedule•Liaison between Production and Customer Service to keep customers informed of any order status or shipping schedule changes•Create Long Term production schedule for forward meat buying and future plant staffing requirements. •Produce daily operational reports on Key Performance Indicators (yields, labour)•Participate in continuous improvement of planning and control systems.ADVANTAGESBase Salary - Competitive SalaryBonusFull Benefits package, Health & DentalVacation - 2-3 WeeksDay Shift- 7 AM-4 PMRESPONSIBILITIES•Working closely with Purchasing Manager on scheduling of inbound raw material purchases.•Assist in managing of Inventories of fresh, frozen and WIP (work in progress) meats •Working in conjunction with Finance team on setting up/making changes to Bills of Material (BOM) in our Manufacturing Resource Planning system (MRP).•Assist Production Manager in developing costing for new products•Assist Production Manager in development of MRP software reports/new features•Assist in managing plant IT systemsQUALIFICATIONSCandidate Requirements•Post secondary education•Fluent in English, verbal and written•Must have excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills•Manufacturing experience and multi-level production planning.•3 Years consumer goods manufacturing factory experience•Ideal candidate has meat processing industry background•2 years Production scheduling experience in a complex environment•Strong math and computer skills. System IT experience a plus.•Advanced knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook•MRP System experience a must•Experience in creating product costing•The manufacturing environment is fast paced and requires a high level of attention to details.SUMMARYProduction Scheduler - Meat Manufacturing FacilityAre you a Production Scheduler ready to take on a new career challenge? Join the Etobicoke team at one of Canada’s fastest-growing manufacturers for meat food products ! This is your chance to work for a forward-thinking manufacturing company that puts employees first. This is a great opportunity for engineers who are looking to take on a little more responsibility, as you’ll be working alongside a team of 60+ production employeesWe’re looking for an experienced Production Scheduler with a background in the Meat manufacturing sector.

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