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      • Calgary, Alberta
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      Job DescriptionSenior Training and Development Advisor IIICalgary, Edmonton, TorontoContractJob Reference No.: ENBJP00012622Our major client, an energy transportation company with a focus on transportation, distribution, and energy generation is urgently looking to fill a Senior Training and Development Advisor position who will work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams.DESCRIPTION:• Conducts training needs analysis with stakeholders• Designs learning objectives for training courses/learning activities, develops content to meet learning objectives and identifies appropriate delivery mechanisms. The position develops trainer and participant materials, including interactive e-learning modules, QRGs, and LGs• Creates and maintains Detailed Development Design plan using ADDIE process• Collaborates with subject matter experts, project leads, change specialists, to design, develop, implement, evaluate and revise curriculum and learning resources that are aligned with program goals, and are aimed at delivering knowledge of the new processes and systems to end-users• Implements end-to-end training activities supporting functions in the Unify (ERP) program (Finance, Asset & Work Management, Supply Chain, Technology and Data Functions) including planning, instructional design, development, measurement, and coordination across teamsDUTIES:• Collaborate with Functional Change Specialists, and Functional Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to conduct training needs analysis and define training needs in stakeholder groups• Work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams • Work with OCM counterparts and project functional technical team to design curriculum for cross-functional training and function specific training• Support training development within the function and work with training team and logistics coordinator to support training delivery• Support ongoing project team and stakeholder training / capability development• Conduct train-the-trainer sessions with business unit trainers and define training needs to support in post-go-live• Conduct knowledge transfer and transition activities in functions and Enbridge’s learning organization to support sustainment approachMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:• *** Candidate must have knowledge and/or experience with designing and developing for Maximo systems in the Asset & Work Management area ***• Oracle background (in the Cloud)• Background covering Finance and SCM• Project management experience• Extensive experience using Articulate Storyline version 2.0• A minimum of five years’ experience in training needs analysis, designing, developing and evaluating curriculum, learning activities and resources for WBT/CBT, instructor-led classroom training and on-the-job practice activities• A minimum of two years’ experience in designing training, both in a classroom setting and virtual environment• Post-secondary degree or Diploma in Adult Education, Instructional Design, Information and Learning Technologies or related field or equivalent experience• Comprehensive knowledge of current adult learning theories, ADDIE principles, program design strategies, technologies, trends, and best practices applicable to both online and instructor-led learning programs• Familiarity with various learning delivery models including online, blended, and classroom; knowledge of the theories and practices of e-learning and the implementation of synchronous learning environments• Experience with Learning Management Systems; familiarity with virtual classroom and with multimedia and web design technologies• Ability to analyze training needs, design learning objectives, determine ideal delivery method• Designing and writing course materials, activities and exercises, assessments, job aids• Advanced verbal and written communication skills to communicate with a broad range of audiences one-on-one and in a group setting, make presentations and write clear, concise learning materials geared for the target audience• Must be a team player and able to work collaboratively with Training Leads, OCM counterparts, Functional Change Management Specialists, Business Unit Change Consultants, Training Logistics Coordinator and other Learning Advisors• Demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills• Proven ability of working under pressure in an unstructured and fast-paced environment • Must be agile and willing to take initiative• CTDP or CTP designation, or working towards completion of samePREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:• Knowledge of functional business processes in Asset & Work Management• Experience in assessment and measurement of training needs specific to changes in business processes and systemsIf this sounds like the right role for you and you are confident at what you bring to the table, apply now!Although we appreciate all applications, only those that meet the minimum job qualifications will be considered for this role. We thank you all for your interest.Not the right fit this time? Follow us on our career’s social media pages!Interested candidate is also encouraged to submit a copy of the updated resume to Resource Manager, Geraldine Valiarayil at geraldine.valiarayil@randstad.ca, with the Job Order Number / Position Name in the subject line.AdvantagesYou will have the chance to work with the market leaders and the best in the industry!ResponsibilitiesDESCRIPTION:• Conducts training needs analysis with stakeholders• Designs learning objectives for training courses/learning activities, develops content to meet learning objectives and identifies appropriate delivery mechanisms. The position develops trainer and participant materials, including interactive e-learning modules, QRGs, and LGs• Creates and maintains Detailed Development Design plan using ADDIE process• Collaborates with subject matter experts, project leads, change specialists, to design, develop, implement, evaluate and revise curriculum and learning resources that are aligned with program goals, and are aimed at delivering knowledge of the new processes and systems to end-users• Implements end-to-end training activities supporting functions in the Unify (ERP) program (Finance, Asset & Work Management, Supply Chain, Technology and Data Functions) including planning, instructional design, development, measurement, and coordination across teamsDUTIES:• Collaborate with Functional Change Specialists, and Functional Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to conduct training needs analysis and define training needs in stakeholder groups• Work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams • Work with OCM counterparts and project functional technical team to design curriculum for cross-functional training and function specific training• Support training development within the function and work with training team and logistics coordinator to support training delivery• Support ongoing project team and stakeholder training / capability development• Conduct train-the-trainer sessions with business unit trainers and define training needs to support in post-go-live• Conduct knowledge transfer and transition activities in functions and Enbridge’s learning organization to support sustainment approachQualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:• *** Candidate must have knowledge and/or experience with designing and developing for Maximo systems in the Asset & Work Management area ***• Oracle background (in the Cloud)• Background covering Finance and SCM• Project management experience• Extensive experience using Articulate Storyline version 2.0• A minimum of five years’ experience in training needs analysis, designing, developing and evaluating curriculum, learning activities and resources for WBT/CBT, instructor-led classroom training and on-the-job practice activities• A minimum of two years’ experience in designing training, both in a classroom setting and virtual environment• Post-secondary degree or Diploma in Adult Education, Instructional Design, Information and Learning Technologies or related field or equivalent experience• Comprehensive knowledge of current adult learning theories, ADDIE principles, program design strategies, technologies, trends, and best practices applicable to both online and instructor-led learning programs• Familiarity with various learning delivery models including online, blended, and classroom; knowledge of the theories and practices of e-learning and the implementation of synchronous learning environments• Experience with Learning Management Systems; familiarity with virtual classroom and with multimedia and web design technologies• Ability to analyze training needs, design learning objectives, determine ideal delivery method• Designing and writing course materials, activities and exercises, assessments, job aids• Advanced verbal and written communication skills to communicate with a broad range of audiences one-on-one and in a group setting, make presentations and write clear, concise learning materials geared for the target audience• Must be a team player and able to work collaboratively with Training Leads, OCM counterparts, Functional Change Management Specialists, Business Unit Change Consultants, Training Logistics Coordinator and other Learning Advisors• Demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills• Proven ability of working under pressure in an unstructured and fast-paced environment • Must be agile and willing to take initiative• CTDP or CTP designation, or working towards completion of samePREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:• Knowledge of functional business processes in Asset & Work Management• Experience in assessment and measurement of training needs specific to changes in business processes and systemsSummaryThe Senior Training and Development Advisor will work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams.
      Job DescriptionSenior Training and Development Advisor IIICalgary, Edmonton, TorontoContractJob Reference No.: ENBJP00012622Our major client, an energy transportation company with a focus on transportation, distribution, and energy generation is urgently looking to fill a Senior Training and Development Advisor position who will work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams.DESCRIPTION:• Conducts training needs analysis with stakeholders• Designs learning objectives for training courses/learning activities, develops content to meet learning objectives and identifies appropriate delivery mechanisms. The position develops trainer and participant materials, including interactive e-learning modules, QRGs, and LGs• Creates and maintains Detailed Development Design plan using ADDIE process• Collaborates with subject matter experts, project leads, change specialists, to design, develop, implement, evaluate and revise curriculum and learning resources that are aligned with program goals, and are aimed at delivering knowledge of the new processes and systems to end-users• Implements end-to-end training activities supporting functions in the Unify (ERP) program (Finance, Asset & Work Management, Supply Chain, Technology and Data Functions) including planning, instructional design, development, measurement, and coordination across teamsDUTIES:• Collaborate with Functional Change Specialists, and Functional Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to conduct training needs analysis and define training needs in stakeholder groups• Work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams • Work with OCM counterparts and project functional technical team to design curriculum for cross-functional training and function specific training• Support training development within the function and work with training team and logistics coordinator to support training delivery• Support ongoing project team and stakeholder training / capability development• Conduct train-the-trainer sessions with business unit trainers and define training needs to support in post-go-live• Conduct knowledge transfer and transition activities in functions and Enbridge’s learning organization to support sustainment approachMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:• *** Candidate must have knowledge and/or experience with designing and developing for Maximo systems in the Asset & Work Management area ***• Oracle background (in the Cloud)• Background covering Finance and SCM• Project management experience• Extensive experience using Articulate Storyline version 2.0• A minimum of five years’ experience in training needs analysis, designing, developing and evaluating curriculum, learning activities and resources for WBT/CBT, instructor-led classroom training and on-the-job practice activities• A minimum of two years’ experience in designing training, both in a classroom setting and virtual environment• Post-secondary degree or Diploma in Adult Education, Instructional Design, Information and Learning Technologies or related field or equivalent experience• Comprehensive knowledge of current adult learning theories, ADDIE principles, program design strategies, technologies, trends, and best practices applicable to both online and instructor-led learning programs• Familiarity with various learning delivery models including online, blended, and classroom; knowledge of the theories and practices of e-learning and the implementation of synchronous learning environments• Experience with Learning Management Systems; familiarity with virtual classroom and with multimedia and web design technologies• Ability to analyze training needs, design learning objectives, determine ideal delivery method• Designing and writing course materials, activities and exercises, assessments, job aids• Advanced verbal and written communication skills to communicate with a broad range of audiences one-on-one and in a group setting, make presentations and write clear, concise learning materials geared for the target audience• Must be a team player and able to work collaboratively with Training Leads, OCM counterparts, Functional Change Management Specialists, Business Unit Change Consultants, Training Logistics Coordinator and other Learning Advisors• Demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills• Proven ability of working under pressure in an unstructured and fast-paced environment • Must be agile and willing to take initiative• CTDP or CTP designation, or working towards completion of samePREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:• Knowledge of functional business processes in Asset & Work Management• Experience in assessment and measurement of training needs specific to changes in business processes and systemsIf this sounds like the right role for you and you are confident at what you bring to the table, apply now!Although we appreciate all applications, only those that meet the minimum job qualifications will be considered for this role. We thank you all for your interest.Not the right fit this time? Follow us on our career’s social media pages!Interested candidate is also encouraged to submit a copy of the updated resume to Resource Manager, Geraldine Valiarayil at geraldine.valiarayil@randstad.ca, with the Job Order Number / Position Name in the subject line.AdvantagesYou will have the chance to work with the market leaders and the best in the industry!ResponsibilitiesDESCRIPTION:• Conducts training needs analysis with stakeholders• Designs learning objectives for training courses/learning activities, develops content to meet learning objectives and identifies appropriate delivery mechanisms. The position develops trainer and participant materials, including interactive e-learning modules, QRGs, and LGs• Creates and maintains Detailed Development Design plan using ADDIE process• Collaborates with subject matter experts, project leads, change specialists, to design, develop, implement, evaluate and revise curriculum and learning resources that are aligned with program goals, and are aimed at delivering knowledge of the new processes and systems to end-users• Implements end-to-end training activities supporting functions in the Unify (ERP) program (Finance, Asset & Work Management, Supply Chain, Technology and Data Functions) including planning, instructional design, development, measurement, and coordination across teamsDUTIES:• Collaborate with Functional Change Specialists, and Functional Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to conduct training needs analysis and define training needs in stakeholder groups• Work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams • Work with OCM counterparts and project functional technical team to design curriculum for cross-functional training and function specific training• Support training development within the function and work with training team and logistics coordinator to support training delivery• Support ongoing project team and stakeholder training / capability development• Conduct train-the-trainer sessions with business unit trainers and define training needs to support in post-go-live• Conduct knowledge transfer and transition activities in functions and Enbridge’s learning organization to support sustainment approachQualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:• *** Candidate must have knowledge and/or experience with designing and developing for Maximo systems in the Asset & Work Management area ***• Oracle background (in the Cloud)• Background covering Finance and SCM• Project management experience• Extensive experience using Articulate Storyline version 2.0• A minimum of five years’ experience in training needs analysis, designing, developing and evaluating curriculum, learning activities and resources for WBT/CBT, instructor-led classroom training and on-the-job practice activities• A minimum of two years’ experience in designing training, both in a classroom setting and virtual environment• Post-secondary degree or Diploma in Adult Education, Instructional Design, Information and Learning Technologies or related field or equivalent experience• Comprehensive knowledge of current adult learning theories, ADDIE principles, program design strategies, technologies, trends, and best practices applicable to both online and instructor-led learning programs• Familiarity with various learning delivery models including online, blended, and classroom; knowledge of the theories and practices of e-learning and the implementation of synchronous learning environments• Experience with Learning Management Systems; familiarity with virtual classroom and with multimedia and web design technologies• Ability to analyze training needs, design learning objectives, determine ideal delivery method• Designing and writing course materials, activities and exercises, assessments, job aids• Advanced verbal and written communication skills to communicate with a broad range of audiences one-on-one and in a group setting, make presentations and write clear, concise learning materials geared for the target audience• Must be a team player and able to work collaboratively with Training Leads, OCM counterparts, Functional Change Management Specialists, Business Unit Change Consultants, Training Logistics Coordinator and other Learning Advisors• Demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills• Proven ability of working under pressure in an unstructured and fast-paced environment • Must be agile and willing to take initiative• CTDP or CTP designation, or working towards completion of samePREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:• Knowledge of functional business processes in Asset & Work Management• Experience in assessment and measurement of training needs specific to changes in business processes and systemsSummaryThe Senior Training and Development Advisor will work to understand and leverage existing training structures, establishing strong partnerships with existing learning teams.
      • Montréal, Québec
      • Contract
      Information Security GRC (Governance, Risk management, Compliance) Training AnalystMissions Phishing CampaignsAct as the lead for all phishing campaign matters including execution of weekly campaigns, tracking, and reporting on repeat offenders, coordination with Paris to manage global and local campaignsReview suspicious email reports and follow up with the end users and technical teams as needed to ensure such emails are removed from our environmentAct as a subject matter expert and advisor with regards to secure email behavior for all stakeholdersContribute to the enforcement of policy and standard violationGenerate phishing metrics across the America regionInformation Security Awareness Campaign and TrainingLead the development and delivery of security training programs and awareness campaigns including e-learning modules, in-person trainings, roadshows, e.g.Lead and coordinate security awareness eventsProvide security practice advice to other non-security professionals, including staff in the business unitsMaintain the policy and standard documents related to training and awarenessGenerate security training and awareness metrics across the America regionSecurity GRC Framework ContributorContribute to the design and deployment of the security GRC frameworkCoordinate with all team members in the CISO’s organization to contribute to a security GRC framework and provide a “one-stop shop” shop for core security activities and controlsContribute to security policies, standards, procedures, and guidelinesContribute to the security GRC component of the bank’s GRC portal (Archer) to ensure it is aligned with our security GRC framework Contribute to the security GRC framework to:Ensure controls are in place and working as they shouldEnsure policies, standards, procedures, and guidelines are updated to reflect changes in the business and IT environmentEnsure clients, regulatory, and internal requirements are being met consistently and cost-effectivelyAutomate and streamline all processes related to managing the bank’s security GRC frameworkProvide multi-level reporting to all stakeholders in the company: Executives, clients, business leads, IT leads, audit and regulatory representatives Profile 4-6 years’ demonstrable experience in Information Security, security GRC, security project management, security policy management, and other security practicesProficient with MS Office, project management software, ProofPoint or SwordPhish (or similar phishing tools), and at least one GRC tool (highly recommended)Solid understanding of common security tools (e.g., vulnerability scanners, firewalls, IDS/IPS, AV software) preferredRequires strong analytical skills, problem solving skills, and project/program management skillsSolid training in computer disciplines such as application and data security, systems programming, systems design, computer technology or software disciplinesHands-on experience with performing GRC program functionsExcellent communication skillsEDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONSBachelor's degree or equivalent business experience in Computer Science, Business Management, or MS requiredCertified training in security management, risk and compliance solutions and practicesCISSP, CCSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, CRISC, or related certification(s) requiredAdvantagesLong term contract, 40 hours a week, large banking environment, Montreal based. Lots of opportunities to evolve within the organizationResponsibilitiesMissions Phishing CampaignsAct as the lead for all phishing campaign matters including execution of weekly campaigns, tracking, and reporting on repeat offenders, coordination with Paris to manage global and local campaignsReview suspicious email reports and follow up with the end users and technical teams as needed to ensure such emails are removed from our environmentAct as a subject matter expert and advisor with regards to secure email behavior for all stakeholdersContribute to the enforcement of policy and standard violationGenerate phishing metrics across the America regionInformation Security Awareness Campaign and TrainingLead the development and delivery of security training programs and awareness campaigns including e-learning modules, in-person trainings, roadshows, e.g.Lead and coordinate security awareness eventsProvide security practice advice to other non-security professionals, including staff in the business unitsMaintain the policy and standard documents related to training and awarenessGenerate security training and awareness metrics across the America regionSecurity GRC Framework ContributorContribute to the design and deployment of the security GRC frameworkCoordinate with all team members in the CISO’s organization to contribute to a security GRC framework and provide a “one-stop shop” shop for core security activities and controlsContribute to security policies, standards, procedures, and guidelinesContribute to the security GRC component of the bank’s GRC portal (Archer) to ensure it is aligned with our security GRC framework Contribute to the security GRC framework to:Ensure controls are in place and working as they shouldEnsure policies, standards, procedures, and guidelines are updated to reflect changes in the business and IT environmentEnsure clients, regulatory, and internal requirements are being met consistently and cost-effectivelyAutomate and streamline all processes related to managing the bank’s security GRC frameworkProvide multi-level reporting to all stakeholders in the company: Executives, clients, business leads, IT leads, audit and regulatory representativesQualificationsProfile 4-6 years’ demonstrable experience in Information Security, security GRC, security project management, security policy management, and other security practicesProficient with MS Office, project management software, ProofPoint or SwordPhish (or similar phishing tools), and at least one GRC tool (highly recommended)Solid understanding of common security tools (e.g., vulnerability scanners, firewalls, IDS/IPS, AV software) preferredRequires strong analytical skills, problem solving skills, and project/program management skillsSolid training in computer disciplines such as application and data security, systems programming, systems design, computer technology or software disciplinesHands-on experience with performing GRC program functionsExcellent communication skillsEDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONSBachelor's degree or equivalent business experience in Computer Science, Business Management, or MS requiredCertified training in security management, risk and compliance solutions and practicesCISSP, CCSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, CRISC, or related certification(s) requiredSummaryProfile 4-6 years’ demonstrable experience in Information Security, security GRC, security project management, security policy management, and other security practicesProficient with MS Office, project management software, ProofPoint or SwordPhish (or similar phishing tools), and at least one GRC tool (highly recommended)Solid understanding of common security tools (e.g., vulnerability scanners, firewalls, IDS/IPS, AV software) preferredRequires strong analytical skills, problem solving skills, and project/program management skillsSolid training in computer disciplines such as application and data security, systems programming, systems design, computer technology or software disciplinesHands-on experience with performing GRC program functionsExcellent communication skillsEDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONSBachelor's degree or equivalent business experience in Computer Science, Business Management, or MS requiredCertified training in security management, risk and compliance solutions and practicesCISSP, CCSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, CRISC, or related certification(s) required
      Information Security GRC (Governance, Risk management, Compliance) Training AnalystMissions Phishing CampaignsAct as the lead for all phishing campaign matters including execution of weekly campaigns, tracking, and reporting on repeat offenders, coordination with Paris to manage global and local campaignsReview suspicious email reports and follow up with the end users and technical teams as needed to ensure such emails are removed from our environmentAct as a subject matter expert and advisor with regards to secure email behavior for all stakeholdersContribute to the enforcement of policy and standard violationGenerate phishing metrics across the America regionInformation Security Awareness Campaign and TrainingLead the development and delivery of security training programs and awareness campaigns including e-learning modules, in-person trainings, roadshows, e.g.Lead and coordinate security awareness eventsProvide security practice advice to other non-security professionals, including staff in the business unitsMaintain the policy and standard documents related to training and awarenessGenerate security training and awareness metrics across the America regionSecurity GRC Framework ContributorContribute to the design and deployment of the security GRC frameworkCoordinate with all team members in the CISO’s organization to contribute to a security GRC framework and provide a “one-stop shop” shop for core security activities and controlsContribute to security policies, standards, procedures, and guidelinesContribute to the security GRC component of the bank’s GRC portal (Archer) to ensure it is aligned with our security GRC framework Contribute to the security GRC framework to:Ensure controls are in place and working as they shouldEnsure policies, standards, procedures, and guidelines are updated to reflect changes in the business and IT environmentEnsure clients, regulatory, and internal requirements are being met consistently and cost-effectivelyAutomate and streamline all processes related to managing the bank’s security GRC frameworkProvide multi-level reporting to all stakeholders in the company: Executives, clients, business leads, IT leads, audit and regulatory representatives Profile 4-6 years’ demonstrable experience in Information Security, security GRC, security project management, security policy management, and other security practicesProficient with MS Office, project management software, ProofPoint or SwordPhish (or similar phishing tools), and at least one GRC tool (highly recommended)Solid understanding of common security tools (e.g., vulnerability scanners, firewalls, IDS/IPS, AV software) preferredRequires strong analytical skills, problem solving skills, and project/program management skillsSolid training in computer disciplines such as application and data security, systems programming, systems design, computer technology or software disciplinesHands-on experience with performing GRC program functionsExcellent communication skillsEDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONSBachelor's degree or equivalent business experience in Computer Science, Business Management, or MS requiredCertified training in security management, risk and compliance solutions and practicesCISSP, CCSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, CRISC, or related certification(s) requiredAdvantagesLong term contract, 40 hours a week, large banking environment, Montreal based. Lots of opportunities to evolve within the organizationResponsibilitiesMissions Phishing CampaignsAct as the lead for all phishing campaign matters including execution of weekly campaigns, tracking, and reporting on repeat offenders, coordination with Paris to manage global and local campaignsReview suspicious email reports and follow up with the end users and technical teams as needed to ensure such emails are removed from our environmentAct as a subject matter expert and advisor with regards to secure email behavior for all stakeholdersContribute to the enforcement of policy and standard violationGenerate phishing metrics across the America regionInformation Security Awareness Campaign and TrainingLead the development and delivery of security training programs and awareness campaigns including e-learning modules, in-person trainings, roadshows, e.g.Lead and coordinate security awareness eventsProvide security practice advice to other non-security professionals, including staff in the business unitsMaintain the policy and standard documents related to training and awarenessGenerate security training and awareness metrics across the America regionSecurity GRC Framework ContributorContribute to the design and deployment of the security GRC frameworkCoordinate with all team members in the CISO’s organization to contribute to a security GRC framework and provide a “one-stop shop” shop for core security activities and controlsContribute to security policies, standards, procedures, and guidelinesContribute to the security GRC component of the bank’s GRC portal (Archer) to ensure it is aligned with our security GRC framework Contribute to the security GRC framework to:Ensure controls are in place and working as they shouldEnsure policies, standards, procedures, and guidelines are updated to reflect changes in the business and IT environmentEnsure clients, regulatory, and internal requirements are being met consistently and cost-effectivelyAutomate and streamline all processes related to managing the bank’s security GRC frameworkProvide multi-level reporting to all stakeholders in the company: Executives, clients, business leads, IT leads, audit and regulatory representativesQualificationsProfile 4-6 years’ demonstrable experience in Information Security, security GRC, security project management, security policy management, and other security practicesProficient with MS Office, project management software, ProofPoint or SwordPhish (or similar phishing tools), and at least one GRC tool (highly recommended)Solid understanding of common security tools (e.g., vulnerability scanners, firewalls, IDS/IPS, AV software) preferredRequires strong analytical skills, problem solving skills, and project/program management skillsSolid training in computer disciplines such as application and data security, systems programming, systems design, computer technology or software disciplinesHands-on experience with performing GRC program functionsExcellent communication skillsEDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONSBachelor's degree or equivalent business experience in Computer Science, Business Management, or MS requiredCertified training in security management, risk and compliance solutions and practicesCISSP, CCSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, CRISC, or related certification(s) requiredSummaryProfile 4-6 years’ demonstrable experience in Information Security, security GRC, security project management, security policy management, and other security practicesProficient with MS Office, project management software, ProofPoint or SwordPhish (or similar phishing tools), and at least one GRC tool (highly recommended)Solid understanding of common security tools (e.g., vulnerability scanners, firewalls, IDS/IPS, AV software) preferredRequires strong analytical skills, problem solving skills, and project/program management skillsSolid training in computer disciplines such as application and data security, systems programming, systems design, computer technology or software disciplinesHands-on experience with performing GRC program functionsExcellent communication skillsEDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONSBachelor's degree or equivalent business experience in Computer Science, Business Management, or MS requiredCertified training in security management, risk and compliance solutions and practicesCISSP, CCSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, CRISC, or related certification(s) required
      • Montréal, Québec
      • Contract
      The translator will manage, track and report on all French editing activities associated with new and updated French online documentation that is aligned with Retail and Business Banking strategies and is aimed at enhancing the capabilities of employees and managers supporting a client-centric environment.The primary focus of the translator is to translate, review and edit translated content for accuracy and consistency as well as for any typographical, lexical and grammatical errors. The translator may be asked to assist in such tasks as content rewrites or development. The role is really a blend of internal translation and revision.To function effectively, the translator must have excellent written and oral communication skills in French and English and will be required to work closely with team members including the Translation Leads, Technical Writers, Translation Group, the Learning Designers, the Learning Project Managers and in some cases our external translation vendor.Advantages6 month contract with one of Canada's largest banks$50-53/hr based on experienceWork remoteResponsibilities1. Review, compare and edit a range of translated online documentation and learning solutions to ensure all standards are applied and consistent.• Translate, review and edit translated content to ensure content language aligns with the English version of content.o Conduct review for all translated content to revise, edit and proofread content to ensure:o coherence, flow and concisenesso correctness of grammar, punctuation, and spellingo consistency of tone/voice, grammar, pagination, layout and designo adherence to departmental defined standards and style guides.o adherence to bank standards and requirements around intellectual property, trademark usage/restrictions, branding, and copyrightso appropriateness of message given target audience and learning objectives• Provide input on such things as names, business names or other data required for French content.• Assist with other French production activities as required including locating French URLs, locating French manual page names, and identifying and capturing French screens.• Work with the Translation Leads, Translation Group, the Learning Designers, the Learning Project Managers and in some cases our external translation vendor to implement required versions of French content and produce the French version2. Ensure Talent Development processes and standards are followed on specific projects, and proactively look for opportunities to improve efficiencies• Input to French Talent development style guides and contribute to establishing, recording, and communicating editing guidelines for specific projects.• Ensure continuous adherence to French quality assurance and version control processes• Contribute to the maintenance, continuous improvement, and refinement of the processes, methodology and standards for content development within Talent development• Make recommendations for leveraging and repurposing existing Talent development, and develop new content in ways that minimize future maintenance and duplication of effort• Maintain currency in specialized knowledge, including specifically the subject areas of: development tools, adult learning principles, writing techniques, e-learning technologies, Retail Markets, etc., and share this knowledge with the team3. Manage work efforts as part of a larger team in order to contribute to the delivery of high-quality web content and learning solutions within agreed-upon parameters• Liaise with translation group as required to ensure linguistic integrity of French materials.• Manage work effort to meet project deadlines for multiple and competing deliverables• Update project leads and/or project teams with status of all deliverables• Proactively identify and escalate issues that may impact project milestones or deliverables, and recommend a solution, where appropriate• Collaborate with all Talent development team members to facilitate effective implementation of documentation projects• Manage expectations of teams regarding sequencing of work and timelines• Actively participate in and promote teamwork and team-building activities• Share expertise, knowledge and information. Enhance teamwork through positively contributing to team dynamics, information sharing and prioritizing goalsQualifications• 10 years of experience in translation and revision• Bachelor’s degree in translation from English to French• Translation software knowledge• Must be completely fluent in French - reading, writing, speakingNice to have:• Banking background is an asset• Dreamweaver experienceSummaryThe translator will manage, track and report on all French editing activities associated with new and updated French online documentation that is aligned with Retail and Business Banking strategies and is aimed at enhancing the capabilities of employees and managers supporting a client-centric environment.
      The translator will manage, track and report on all French editing activities associated with new and updated French online documentation that is aligned with Retail and Business Banking strategies and is aimed at enhancing the capabilities of employees and managers supporting a client-centric environment.The primary focus of the translator is to translate, review and edit translated content for accuracy and consistency as well as for any typographical, lexical and grammatical errors. The translator may be asked to assist in such tasks as content rewrites or development. The role is really a blend of internal translation and revision.To function effectively, the translator must have excellent written and oral communication skills in French and English and will be required to work closely with team members including the Translation Leads, Technical Writers, Translation Group, the Learning Designers, the Learning Project Managers and in some cases our external translation vendor.Advantages6 month contract with one of Canada's largest banks$50-53/hr based on experienceWork remoteResponsibilities1. Review, compare and edit a range of translated online documentation and learning solutions to ensure all standards are applied and consistent.• Translate, review and edit translated content to ensure content language aligns with the English version of content.o Conduct review for all translated content to revise, edit and proofread content to ensure:o coherence, flow and concisenesso correctness of grammar, punctuation, and spellingo consistency of tone/voice, grammar, pagination, layout and designo adherence to departmental defined standards and style guides.o adherence to bank standards and requirements around intellectual property, trademark usage/restrictions, branding, and copyrightso appropriateness of message given target audience and learning objectives• Provide input on such things as names, business names or other data required for French content.• Assist with other French production activities as required including locating French URLs, locating French manual page names, and identifying and capturing French screens.• Work with the Translation Leads, Translation Group, the Learning Designers, the Learning Project Managers and in some cases our external translation vendor to implement required versions of French content and produce the French version2. Ensure Talent Development processes and standards are followed on specific projects, and proactively look for opportunities to improve efficiencies• Input to French Talent development style guides and contribute to establishing, recording, and communicating editing guidelines for specific projects.• Ensure continuous adherence to French quality assurance and version control processes• Contribute to the maintenance, continuous improvement, and refinement of the processes, methodology and standards for content development within Talent development• Make recommendations for leveraging and repurposing existing Talent development, and develop new content in ways that minimize future maintenance and duplication of effort• Maintain currency in specialized knowledge, including specifically the subject areas of: development tools, adult learning principles, writing techniques, e-learning technologies, Retail Markets, etc., and share this knowledge with the team3. Manage work efforts as part of a larger team in order to contribute to the delivery of high-quality web content and learning solutions within agreed-upon parameters• Liaise with translation group as required to ensure linguistic integrity of French materials.• Manage work effort to meet project deadlines for multiple and competing deliverables• Update project leads and/or project teams with status of all deliverables• Proactively identify and escalate issues that may impact project milestones or deliverables, and recommend a solution, where appropriate• Collaborate with all Talent development team members to facilitate effective implementation of documentation projects• Manage expectations of teams regarding sequencing of work and timelines• Actively participate in and promote teamwork and team-building activities• Share expertise, knowledge and information. Enhance teamwork through positively contributing to team dynamics, information sharing and prioritizing goalsQualifications• 10 years of experience in translation and revision• Bachelor’s degree in translation from English to French• Translation software knowledge• Must be completely fluent in French - reading, writing, speakingNice to have:• Banking background is an asset• Dreamweaver experienceSummaryThe translator will manage, track and report on all French editing activities associated with new and updated French online documentation that is aligned with Retail and Business Banking strategies and is aimed at enhancing the capabilities of employees and managers supporting a client-centric environment.

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