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        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are seeking an experienced Maintenance Planner for a well-established industrial manufacturing client of ours in the Vancouver area.Responsibilities:•Plan and/or coordinate scheduled or unscheduled outages and major equipment overhauls by scoping work in the field in order to make recommendations for changes and/or improvements.•Using technical information gained in the field purchase and/or coordinate required materials and services (internal or external) in order to successfully execute major equipment preventative maintenance and Turnaround work within the allotted outage windows.•Ensure that major equipment PM program is effective, formalized, dynamic, periodically audited for accuracy and effectiveness (frequency, PSM elements, cost/benefit, procedure, feedback process, reliability & industry best practices, etc.).•Develop tools and methods to formalize and continuously improve shutdown organization and major equipment overhaul.•Schedule and coordinate work to optimize and maximize tradesperson utilization based on work capacity evaluations conducted in the field.•Maintain compliance with applicable regulatory requirements, Company policies, safety and environmental standards.•Manage the predictive maintenance programs (vibration and oil analysis) – office task – coordinate visit by external company, gather results and take actions as required which may incur field trips.•Assist maintenance Supervisor with preventative and corrective maintenance activities to achieve plant objectives, office task – piece of equipment requiring repair – equipment or component must be ordered – identify in the field.•Validate and prioritize notifications and work orders, analyze and consolidate work requests and determine priority.•Perform special project work and/or administrative assignments as required.•Identify, propose and implement miscellaneous maintenance improvement opportunities as a result of field inspections e.g. If sees an installation, process that could be improved on to make recommendations.•Understands and fulfils responsibilities outlined in the Quality Management System.Qualifications:•Interprovincial Trade TQ or Chemical/Mechanical Engineering Technologist Diploma or Combination of applicable Industrial Maintenance experience and training.•Maintenance Planner Certification/Designation.•Minimum of five years’ experience in an industrial maintenance setting is required.•Must be proficient with computer hardware and common MS office software.•Must be familiar with common computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS), SAP preferred.•Must be familiar with computerized scheduling software.•Must have excellent communication skills.If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRandstad Engineering 701 West Georgia Street, Suite 200, Vancouver, British Columbia V7Y 1C6 randstad.ca/engineeringRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        We are seeking an experienced Maintenance Planner for a well-established industrial manufacturing client of ours in the Vancouver area.Responsibilities:•Plan and/or coordinate scheduled or unscheduled outages and major equipment overhauls by scoping work in the field in order to make recommendations for changes and/or improvements.•Using technical information gained in the field purchase and/or coordinate required materials and services (internal or external) in order to successfully execute major equipment preventative maintenance and Turnaround work within the allotted outage windows.•Ensure that major equipment PM program is effective, formalized, dynamic, periodically audited for accuracy and effectiveness (frequency, PSM elements, cost/benefit, procedure, feedback process, reliability & industry best practices, etc.).•Develop tools and methods to formalize and continuously improve shutdown organization and major equipment overhaul.•Schedule and coordinate work to optimize and maximize tradesperson utilization based on work capacity evaluations conducted in the field.•Maintain compliance with applicable regulatory requirements, Company policies, safety and environmental standards.•Manage the predictive maintenance programs (vibration and oil analysis) – office task – coordinate visit by external company, gather results and take actions as required which may incur field trips.•Assist maintenance Supervisor with preventative and corrective maintenance activities to achieve plant objectives, office task – piece of equipment requiring repair – equipment or component must be ordered – identify in the field.•Validate and prioritize notifications and work orders, analyze and consolidate work requests and determine priority.•Perform special project work and/or administrative assignments as required.•Identify, propose and implement miscellaneous maintenance improvement opportunities as a result of field inspections e.g. If sees an installation, process that could be improved on to make recommendations.•Understands and fulfils responsibilities outlined in the Quality Management System.Qualifications:•Interprovincial Trade TQ or Chemical/Mechanical Engineering Technologist Diploma or Combination of applicable Industrial Maintenance experience and training.•Maintenance Planner Certification/Designation.•Minimum of five years’ experience in an industrial maintenance setting is required.•Must be proficient with computer hardware and common MS office software.•Must be familiar with common computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS), SAP preferred.•Must be familiar with computerized scheduling software.•Must have excellent communication skills.If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRandstad Engineering 701 West Georgia Street, Suite 200, Vancouver, British Columbia V7Y 1C6 randstad.ca/engineeringRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are seeking an experienced maintenance professional to fill an Assistant Maintenance Superintendent role with a very busy municipal client of ours in the Vancouver area.-Supervises the maintenance, repair, and installation of a wide variety of electrical, instrumentation and mechanical equipment for Waste Water Treatment Plants. -Initiates and implements modifications and upgrades to existing equipment and facilities. Addresses emergency repairs and prioritizes work considering operational and regulatory requirements.-Contributes to preparing and managing the annual budget and monitors and controls the effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds. Reviews ongoing and completed work for efficiencies and potential cost savings; coordinates work to mitigate conflicts; and ensures the effective use of resources. -Directly involved in workgroup’s short and long term planning.-Identifies maintenance program priorities; assists in allocations; ensures optimal timing for repairs; and reviews work schedules. Contributes to developing long-term work plan and field capture and updating equipment asset record data including life cycle expectancy.-Develops and implements preventative and corrective maintenance programs; promotes innovative maintenance practices; and works to optimize equipment reliability and improve performance. -Ensures maintenance activities are accurately documented and performed in accordance with established standards.-Provides supervisory guidance in troubleshooting problems and ensures coordination of corrective actions. Works to optimize service life and reliability of equipment, consults various parties on potential solutions and recommends design modifications as appropriate. Develops equipment and maintenance performance standards and monitoring mechanisms and evaluates a range of indicators such as work orders and repair costs trends.-Oversees the management of work orders and addresses backlog and recurring issues. Makes decisions to contract external resources and approves the work of contractors. Oversees the use of the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system; approves the purchase of supplies; and monitors the inventory of critical parts.-Hires, supervises, directs and develops staff, monitors and provides guidance to direct performance that aligns with divisional, departmental, and corporate objectives. Ensures staff adhere to corporate workplace conduct policies. Leads, coaches, and develops staff recognizing the importance of training. Consults the Maintenance Superintendent on complex matters related to the work or human resources management and implements asrequired. May be assigned responsibility as a Trades Coordinator for the corporate apprenticeship program.-Ensures safe work procedures are integrated in the work routines of staff and conducts safety meetings and inspections. Continuously monitors work practices and incident reports noting and addressing issues as they occur. Prepares written safe work and emergency procedures; oversees initiatives to improve safety; and sets and tracks divisional benchmarks.-Keeps current with relevant maintenance methodologies, equipment and systems. Ensures work is performed in accordance with current best practices. Liaises with other WWTP facilities personnel to share information and troubleshoot challenges. Provides input and suggestions for divisional strategic planning, decision making and initiatives.Qualifications:-5 years of recent, related experience supplemented by a university degree or diploma in relevant field such as mechanical technology or engineering; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.-Interprovincial Trades Qualification (IPTQ) in a relevant trade such as Electrical, Millwright, or Instrumentation; or membership or eligibility for immediate membership as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC); or a relevant Professional Maintenance designation and experience.-Sound understanding of maintenance practices for Wastewater Treatment Plant infrastructure including maintenance planning; scheduling; and preventative and corrective maintenance programs. Sound mechanical, instrumentation and electrical knowledge and aptitude. Demonstrated ability to provide technical guidance to multiple trades and support troubleshooting and installation best practices.-Demonstrated ability to use judgment to manage and resolve complex problems such as critical emergency repairs. Working knowledge of the relevant regulatory considerations such as Technical Safety BC, Provincial and Federal effluent discharge requirements and other matters affecting compliance with the WWTP’s operating certificate.-Sound knowledge of WorkSafe BC regulations and considerable knowledge of the occupational hazards, safety precautions and regulations relevant to WWTP maintenance activities. Considerable knowledge related to confined space, lock out and emergency rescue procedures. Ability to lead the implementation of safety policies and procedures; effectively enforce safety protocols; and correct unsafe work behaviour.-Ability to manage and monitor budgets ensuring the effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds. Ability to estimate time and costs for requited work and manage contracts; identify cost saving opportunities; and coordinate work with various parties to mitigate conflicting work and delays.-Demonstrated supervisory skills including the ability to consistently apply and explain corporate policies and collective agreements. Demonstrated ability to lead, organize and coordinate the work of others in accordance with best practices and corporate policy. Provides constructive and motivating feedback to staff.-Acts as a resource to staff for advice and guidance on potential approaches and problem situations. Demonstrates persistence in overcoming obstacles.-Sound written and oral communication skills. Ability to provide clear instructions in emergency situations; tactfully respond to inquiries and complaints; write memos; prepare business cases; and report on activities.-Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external contacts. Proven ability to work cooperatively with others; ability to deal with disagreements and prevent the escalation of conflict.-Knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and modern process controls.Proficiency using Microsoft office programs including Word, Excel, and Outlook.-Supervisory experience in leading a multi-trade maintenance team.-Valid BC Class 5 Driver’s LicenseIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        We are seeking an experienced maintenance professional to fill an Assistant Maintenance Superintendent role with a very busy municipal client of ours in the Vancouver area.-Supervises the maintenance, repair, and installation of a wide variety of electrical, instrumentation and mechanical equipment for Waste Water Treatment Plants. -Initiates and implements modifications and upgrades to existing equipment and facilities. Addresses emergency repairs and prioritizes work considering operational and regulatory requirements.-Contributes to preparing and managing the annual budget and monitors and controls the effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds. Reviews ongoing and completed work for efficiencies and potential cost savings; coordinates work to mitigate conflicts; and ensures the effective use of resources. -Directly involved in workgroup’s short and long term planning.-Identifies maintenance program priorities; assists in allocations; ensures optimal timing for repairs; and reviews work schedules. Contributes to developing long-term work plan and field capture and updating equipment asset record data including life cycle expectancy.-Develops and implements preventative and corrective maintenance programs; promotes innovative maintenance practices; and works to optimize equipment reliability and improve performance. -Ensures maintenance activities are accurately documented and performed in accordance with established standards.-Provides supervisory guidance in troubleshooting problems and ensures coordination of corrective actions. Works to optimize service life and reliability of equipment, consults various parties on potential solutions and recommends design modifications as appropriate. Develops equipment and maintenance performance standards and monitoring mechanisms and evaluates a range of indicators such as work orders and repair costs trends.-Oversees the management of work orders and addresses backlog and recurring issues. Makes decisions to contract external resources and approves the work of contractors. Oversees the use of the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system; approves the purchase of supplies; and monitors the inventory of critical parts.-Hires, supervises, directs and develops staff, monitors and provides guidance to direct performance that aligns with divisional, departmental, and corporate objectives. Ensures staff adhere to corporate workplace conduct policies. Leads, coaches, and develops staff recognizing the importance of training. Consults the Maintenance Superintendent on complex matters related to the work or human resources management and implements asrequired. May be assigned responsibility as a Trades Coordinator for the corporate apprenticeship program.-Ensures safe work procedures are integrated in the work routines of staff and conducts safety meetings and inspections. Continuously monitors work practices and incident reports noting and addressing issues as they occur. Prepares written safe work and emergency procedures; oversees initiatives to improve safety; and sets and tracks divisional benchmarks.-Keeps current with relevant maintenance methodologies, equipment and systems. Ensures work is performed in accordance with current best practices. Liaises with other WWTP facilities personnel to share information and troubleshoot challenges. Provides input and suggestions for divisional strategic planning, decision making and initiatives.Qualifications:-5 years of recent, related experience supplemented by a university degree or diploma in relevant field such as mechanical technology or engineering; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.-Interprovincial Trades Qualification (IPTQ) in a relevant trade such as Electrical, Millwright, or Instrumentation; or membership or eligibility for immediate membership as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC); or a relevant Professional Maintenance designation and experience.-Sound understanding of maintenance practices for Wastewater Treatment Plant infrastructure including maintenance planning; scheduling; and preventative and corrective maintenance programs. Sound mechanical, instrumentation and electrical knowledge and aptitude. Demonstrated ability to provide technical guidance to multiple trades and support troubleshooting and installation best practices.-Demonstrated ability to use judgment to manage and resolve complex problems such as critical emergency repairs. Working knowledge of the relevant regulatory considerations such as Technical Safety BC, Provincial and Federal effluent discharge requirements and other matters affecting compliance with the WWTP’s operating certificate.-Sound knowledge of WorkSafe BC regulations and considerable knowledge of the occupational hazards, safety precautions and regulations relevant to WWTP maintenance activities. Considerable knowledge related to confined space, lock out and emergency rescue procedures. Ability to lead the implementation of safety policies and procedures; effectively enforce safety protocols; and correct unsafe work behaviour.-Ability to manage and monitor budgets ensuring the effective and efficient expenditure of allocated funds. Ability to estimate time and costs for requited work and manage contracts; identify cost saving opportunities; and coordinate work with various parties to mitigate conflicting work and delays.-Demonstrated supervisory skills including the ability to consistently apply and explain corporate policies and collective agreements. Demonstrated ability to lead, organize and coordinate the work of others in accordance with best practices and corporate policy. Provides constructive and motivating feedback to staff.-Acts as a resource to staff for advice and guidance on potential approaches and problem situations. Demonstrates persistence in overcoming obstacles.-Sound written and oral communication skills. Ability to provide clear instructions in emergency situations; tactfully respond to inquiries and complaints; write memos; prepare business cases; and report on activities.-Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external contacts. Proven ability to work cooperatively with others; ability to deal with disagreements and prevent the escalation of conflict.-Knowledge of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and modern process controls.Proficiency using Microsoft office programs including Word, Excel, and Outlook.-Supervisory experience in leading a multi-trade maintenance team.-Valid BC Class 5 Driver’s LicenseIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are seeking an experienced Electrical Engineering Technician for a well established high tech manufacturing client of ours in the Vancouver area. The Electrical Engineering Technician will work closely with our clients Engineering group to help with requests to manufacture, build and test parts and assemblies for multiple departments .ADVANTAGES-Fast paced high tech manufacturing environment.-Excellent compensation and benefitsRESPONSIBILITIES-Rapidly deploy high tech electrical prototypes, jigs and fixtures to help support product & technology development both within Engineering and R&D-Perform basic inspection of components and conduct electrical tests to validate product performance and reliability against customized plans-Manage material, consumable and tooling inventories to ensure readiness and rapid turnaround time of job requests-Electrical lab maintenance and optimization – ensure equipment and work areas are clean and organized.-Perform preventative maintenance and calibration on equipment. Grow and add capabilities and capacity as needed.-Conduct trouble shooting exercises including root cause analysis and repair works-Give feedback to design engineers on design for manufacture, failure modes and effects analysis and cost reduction opportunitiesQUALIFICATIONS-Electronic Engineering Bachelor’s Degree/ Electronics Engineering Technician Diploma-5-8 years of Electrical / Electronic Technician -Soldering, PCBA reworks -Strong ability to follow electrical schematics, mechanical drawings and manufacturing instructions preferably within Altium and Solidworks-High degree of proficiency using Lab test equipment (oscilloscopes, multimeters, signal generators, environmental chambers)-Experience building, troubleshooting, diagnosing, repairing, testing, analyzing the performance and programming of electrical / electronic assemblies and systems-Ability to perform performance and reliability testing based on custom test plans IPC (IPC J-STD-001) certification an asset-PCBA design and SW/FW design an asset. SUMMARYIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca
        We are seeking an experienced Electrical Engineering Technician for a well established high tech manufacturing client of ours in the Vancouver area. The Electrical Engineering Technician will work closely with our clients Engineering group to help with requests to manufacture, build and test parts and assemblies for multiple departments .ADVANTAGES-Fast paced high tech manufacturing environment.-Excellent compensation and benefitsRESPONSIBILITIES-Rapidly deploy high tech electrical prototypes, jigs and fixtures to help support product & technology development both within Engineering and R&D-Perform basic inspection of components and conduct electrical tests to validate product performance and reliability against customized plans-Manage material, consumable and tooling inventories to ensure readiness and rapid turnaround time of job requests-Electrical lab maintenance and optimization – ensure equipment and work areas are clean and organized.-Perform preventative maintenance and calibration on equipment. Grow and add capabilities and capacity as needed.-Conduct trouble shooting exercises including root cause analysis and repair works-Give feedback to design engineers on design for manufacture, failure modes and effects analysis and cost reduction opportunitiesQUALIFICATIONS-Electronic Engineering Bachelor’s Degree/ Electronics Engineering Technician Diploma-5-8 years of Electrical / Electronic Technician -Soldering, PCBA reworks -Strong ability to follow electrical schematics, mechanical drawings and manufacturing instructions preferably within Altium and Solidworks-High degree of proficiency using Lab test equipment (oscilloscopes, multimeters, signal generators, environmental chambers)-Experience building, troubleshooting, diagnosing, repairing, testing, analyzing the performance and programming of electrical / electronic assemblies and systems-Ability to perform performance and reliability testing based on custom test plans IPC (IPC J-STD-001) certification an asset-PCBA design and SW/FW design an asset. SUMMARYIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        • $88,000 - $130,000 per year
        Are you a Senior Software Engineer with Lead experience looking to help drive innovation and ideas that will drive growth within a highly collaborative environment? Our Downtown Vancouver client is looking for a Senior Software Engineer with Lead experience to join their amazing team on a permanent full-time basis! Apply for this awesome Senior Software Engineer/Lead opportunity today!ADVANTAGESWhat’s in it for you!As a Senior Software Engineer/Lead with our Downtown Vancouver client, you’ll receive:• Highly competitive market annual rates.• Great work environment in downtown Vancouver.• Extended health and dental benefits.• Opportunities to develop new skills and progress your career• The freedom and flexibility to handle your role in a way that’s right for youRESPONSIBILITIESWhat will you do?As a Senior Software Engineer/Lead with our Downtown Vancouver client, you will:• Lead the design, development, testing, operation, delivery and maintenance of a solution or infrastructure to satisfy user requirements.• Solve complex and escalated aspects of a project, performing coding, debugging, testing and troubleshooting throughout the development process.• Provide a leadership role for the work group, ensuring the appropriate expectations, principles, structures, tools and responsibilities are in place to deliver the project.• Drive adherence to the relevant processes, procedures, standards, technical design whilst supporting the definition, maintenance and implementation of technology standards.• Provide advanced technical expertise to maximize efficiency, reliability and value from current solutions, infrastructure and emerging technologies, showing technical leadership and identifying and implementing continuous improvement plans.QUALIFICATIONSHow do you qualify?To qualify for the Senior Software Engineer/Lead role with our Downtown Vancouver client, you must have:• B.E./B.Tech in Computer Science or related field from a top tier engineering institution.• 9-11 years of overall experience in application development in product organizations.• Expert/polyglot programmer in .NET/.NET Core (C#) and ASP.NET MVC/ ASP.NET Core.• Experience in use of cloud computing especially Platform as a Service (Azure preferred).• Experience in front end / UI technologies including frameworks such as React/Angular/Backbone/Bootstrap/Node (Angular preferred).• Proficiency in data modelling, database technologies (both SQL –preferably SQL Server - and No SQL),.• Experience in build/CI/CD tools: Azure DevOps (Preferred), Ant/Maven/Gradle, Jenkins, GIT..• Collaborative individual with excellent interpersonal and communications skills.• Experience in developing resilient web services (microservices etc). • Great understanding of RESTful architecture.SUMMARYWhat additional experience do you bring?To be considered for the Senior Software Engineer/Lead role with our Downtown Vancouver client, it's an asset to have:• Experience in developing and deploying applications in SharePoint/Office 365 would be an asset.• Experience with Mobile/Responsive UIs would be an asset.If the prospect of working within a high-functioning collaborative environment on an exciting software platform products intrigues you, then the Senior Software Engineer/Lead role with our Downtown Vancouver client could be the perfect opportunity for you!Please contact Corey Newson with your resume at:corey.newson@randstad.ca
        Are you a Senior Software Engineer with Lead experience looking to help drive innovation and ideas that will drive growth within a highly collaborative environment? Our Downtown Vancouver client is looking for a Senior Software Engineer with Lead experience to join their amazing team on a permanent full-time basis! Apply for this awesome Senior Software Engineer/Lead opportunity today!ADVANTAGESWhat’s in it for you!As a Senior Software Engineer/Lead with our Downtown Vancouver client, you’ll receive:• Highly competitive market annual rates.• Great work environment in downtown Vancouver.• Extended health and dental benefits.• Opportunities to develop new skills and progress your career• The freedom and flexibility to handle your role in a way that’s right for youRESPONSIBILITIESWhat will you do?As a Senior Software Engineer/Lead with our Downtown Vancouver client, you will:• Lead the design, development, testing, operation, delivery and maintenance of a solution or infrastructure to satisfy user requirements.• Solve complex and escalated aspects of a project, performing coding, debugging, testing and troubleshooting throughout the development process.• Provide a leadership role for the work group, ensuring the appropriate expectations, principles, structures, tools and responsibilities are in place to deliver the project.• Drive adherence to the relevant processes, procedures, standards, technical design whilst supporting the definition, maintenance and implementation of technology standards.• Provide advanced technical expertise to maximize efficiency, reliability and value from current solutions, infrastructure and emerging technologies, showing technical leadership and identifying and implementing continuous improvement plans.QUALIFICATIONSHow do you qualify?To qualify for the Senior Software Engineer/Lead role with our Downtown Vancouver client, you must have:• B.E./B.Tech in Computer Science or related field from a top tier engineering institution.• 9-11 years of overall experience in application development in product organizations.• Expert/polyglot programmer in .NET/.NET Core (C#) and ASP.NET MVC/ ASP.NET Core.• Experience in use of cloud computing especially Platform as a Service (Azure preferred).• Experience in front end / UI technologies including frameworks such as React/Angular/Backbone/Bootstrap/Node (Angular preferred).• Proficiency in data modelling, database technologies (both SQL –preferably SQL Server - and No SQL),.• Experience in build/CI/CD tools: Azure DevOps (Preferred), Ant/Maven/Gradle, Jenkins, GIT..• Collaborative individual with excellent interpersonal and communications skills.• Experience in developing resilient web services (microservices etc). • Great understanding of RESTful architecture.SUMMARYWhat additional experience do you bring?To be considered for the Senior Software Engineer/Lead role with our Downtown Vancouver client, it's an asset to have:• Experience in developing and deploying applications in SharePoint/Office 365 would be an asset.• Experience with Mobile/Responsive UIs would be an asset.If the prospect of working within a high-functioning collaborative environment on an exciting software platform products intrigues you, then the Senior Software Engineer/Lead role with our Downtown Vancouver client could be the perfect opportunity for you!Please contact Corey Newson with your resume at:corey.newson@randstad.ca
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are seeking an experienced Field Safety Supervisor for a very busy and progressive municipal client of ours in the Vancouver area. The Supervisor provides technical advice to the organization on field safety management matters. This is an exciting opportunity to join a public organization that has seen tremendous growth amongst many of its divisions over the past few years. The safety team can offer long term sustainable career growth to its employees. ADVANTAGES-Excellent compensation-Comprehensive benefits, including pension and savings plan -Growing public sector company-Excellent career path potential RESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities:-Identifies and addresses high risk work activities such as confined space entry, lockout, excavating and shoring, working alone or in isolation, falling and bucking, fall protection and equipment operation-Works collaboratively to develop and implement safety management programs and policies in accordance with regulations, legislation and corporate standards. -Maintains, and evaluates existing safety systems and recommends improvements. Promote a safety culture through communications, identified training, provision of support to supervisors and staff and promotion of best practices.-Interprets pertinent regulations and legislation such as the Workers Compensation Act, the BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and Guidelines and the BC Emergency Program Act and provides clear direction regarding issues such as safe work practices, changes to work environments and use of protective equipment.-Evaluates work sites and works with supervisors and/or Project Managers to address issues. May issue stop work orders of varying severity for non-compliance. Provides direction to managers, supervisors, staff and contractors, assisting to resume operations as efficiently as possible. Responds to WorkSafe BC (WSBC) rulings and evaluates the most efficient and effective means for compliance.-Provides technical safety advice for the design of new facilities through the Prevention Through Design process.-Works with project managers, consultants and engineering firms to ensure the Contractor Safety and Project Safety-Management strategies are implemented by contractors and consultants during construction project work. -Manages external resources such as consultants and contractors hired to assist the department in developing and implementing field safety procedures and initiatives.-Addresses operational challenges related to integrating safe field work procedures in work routines and works collaboratively with staff and managers to resolve issues. -Works with supervisory staff to monitor work practices in the field noting, addressing and resolving recurring issues. Contributes to annual work plans; measures and reports on performance.-Conducts field and construction site inspections, risk assessments, occupational hygiene monitoring, WSBC variance applications and incident investigations. Provides guidance and advice during incident investigations and ensures prevention strategies are implemented in a timely manner. -Audits processes, reviews and prepares reports and ensures safety documentation is maintained and current. Works to develop and deliver safety training and may facilitate training for groups or individuals. May act as departmental confined space entry administrator.-Manages COR stay at work and return to work compliance as operationally required.-Keeps current on changes to safety related regulations and legislation, consults and coordinates with others on the Corporate Safety team and advises on necessary adjustments to various departments' safety systems. -Communicates changes to departmental staff and ensures new guidelines are implemented and understood by all relevant parties. Liaises with others on the Corporate Safety team and operating departments to promote compliance and understanding of regulations, policies and procedures and consistent implementation.-Liaises with external government agencies such as WSBC and manages external contractors required for program activities. Contributes to emergency management planning activities and assists to develop response plans for a variety of scenarios including accidents and natural disasters.-Performs other related duties as required.QUALIFICATIONSQualifications:-5 years of recent, related experience, including construction related field safety experience supplemented by a diploma in occupational health and safety or relevant university degree; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.-Designation or eligibility as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP). Industrial First Aid Certification is an asset.-Sound knowledge and ability to interpret and apply relevant regulations and legislation such as the Workers Compensation Act, the WorkSafe BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and Guidelines and BC Emergency Program Act. -Ability to make recommendations and provide advice that is compliant with regulations, standards, codes, policies and procedures. -Sound knowledge of high risk work activities and programs related to confined space entry and rescue techniques, lockout, excavating and shoring, working alone or in isolation, falling and bucking, fall protection, equipment operation procedures and other construction and operation and maintenance related activities.-Demonstrated and applied knowledge of work processes, practices, hazards, rules and regulations related to safe and efficient operations. -Demonstrated ability to develop, deliver and assist safety related training.-Sound knowledge and understanding of field safety best practices such as the identification and assessment of hazards and high risk work activities. --Demonstrated and applied knowledge of safety management considerations for a large scale utility including operations and maintenance, engineering and heavy construction. -Demonstrated knowledge of mitigation techniques for high risk work activities such as confined space entry, lockouts, fall hazards and working with hazardous materials such as asbestos.-Ability to work under general direction and use sound independent judgment in adapting and applying procedures to address and resolve unusual or problem situations. Ability to effectively navigate and understand technically complex business processes, practices and risks.-Excellent oral and written communication skills, including effective listening and persuasion skills. -Excellent business and technical writing skills including the ability to analyze and revise procedures and standards and draft non-routine correspondence and reports regarding departmental safety management systems and risk assessments.-Ability to build and maintain effective and respectful working relationships with internal and external contacts under circumstances that may be controversial or sensitive; ability to manage and respond effectively to stressful situations such as urgent high-risk matters of non-compliance. -Demonstrated ability to work in a team oriented work environment. -Demonstrated ability to resolve on-site operations and maintenance and engineering construction safety issues with site supervisors and crews.-Ability to guide supervisory staff on safety matters; strong analytical and research skills and a high degree of integrity and professionalism. -Ability to meet timelines and objectives and demonstrates persistence in overcoming obstacles.-Considerable practical knowledge of a complex safety management and incident reporting and investigation system.-Proficiency using Microsoft office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.-Valid BC Class 5 Driver's License.SUMMARYIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca
        We are seeking an experienced Field Safety Supervisor for a very busy and progressive municipal client of ours in the Vancouver area. The Supervisor provides technical advice to the organization on field safety management matters. This is an exciting opportunity to join a public organization that has seen tremendous growth amongst many of its divisions over the past few years. The safety team can offer long term sustainable career growth to its employees. ADVANTAGES-Excellent compensation-Comprehensive benefits, including pension and savings plan -Growing public sector company-Excellent career path potential RESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities:-Identifies and addresses high risk work activities such as confined space entry, lockout, excavating and shoring, working alone or in isolation, falling and bucking, fall protection and equipment operation-Works collaboratively to develop and implement safety management programs and policies in accordance with regulations, legislation and corporate standards. -Maintains, and evaluates existing safety systems and recommends improvements. Promote a safety culture through communications, identified training, provision of support to supervisors and staff and promotion of best practices.-Interprets pertinent regulations and legislation such as the Workers Compensation Act, the BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and Guidelines and the BC Emergency Program Act and provides clear direction regarding issues such as safe work practices, changes to work environments and use of protective equipment.-Evaluates work sites and works with supervisors and/or Project Managers to address issues. May issue stop work orders of varying severity for non-compliance. Provides direction to managers, supervisors, staff and contractors, assisting to resume operations as efficiently as possible. Responds to WorkSafe BC (WSBC) rulings and evaluates the most efficient and effective means for compliance.-Provides technical safety advice for the design of new facilities through the Prevention Through Design process.-Works with project managers, consultants and engineering firms to ensure the Contractor Safety and Project Safety-Management strategies are implemented by contractors and consultants during construction project work. -Manages external resources such as consultants and contractors hired to assist the department in developing and implementing field safety procedures and initiatives.-Addresses operational challenges related to integrating safe field work procedures in work routines and works collaboratively with staff and managers to resolve issues. -Works with supervisory staff to monitor work practices in the field noting, addressing and resolving recurring issues. Contributes to annual work plans; measures and reports on performance.-Conducts field and construction site inspections, risk assessments, occupational hygiene monitoring, WSBC variance applications and incident investigations. Provides guidance and advice during incident investigations and ensures prevention strategies are implemented in a timely manner. -Audits processes, reviews and prepares reports and ensures safety documentation is maintained and current. Works to develop and deliver safety training and may facilitate training for groups or individuals. May act as departmental confined space entry administrator.-Manages COR stay at work and return to work compliance as operationally required.-Keeps current on changes to safety related regulations and legislation, consults and coordinates with others on the Corporate Safety team and advises on necessary adjustments to various departments' safety systems. -Communicates changes to departmental staff and ensures new guidelines are implemented and understood by all relevant parties. Liaises with others on the Corporate Safety team and operating departments to promote compliance and understanding of regulations, policies and procedures and consistent implementation.-Liaises with external government agencies such as WSBC and manages external contractors required for program activities. Contributes to emergency management planning activities and assists to develop response plans for a variety of scenarios including accidents and natural disasters.-Performs other related duties as required.QUALIFICATIONSQualifications:-5 years of recent, related experience, including construction related field safety experience supplemented by a diploma in occupational health and safety or relevant university degree; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.-Designation or eligibility as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP). Industrial First Aid Certification is an asset.-Sound knowledge and ability to interpret and apply relevant regulations and legislation such as the Workers Compensation Act, the WorkSafe BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations and Guidelines and BC Emergency Program Act. -Ability to make recommendations and provide advice that is compliant with regulations, standards, codes, policies and procedures. -Sound knowledge of high risk work activities and programs related to confined space entry and rescue techniques, lockout, excavating and shoring, working alone or in isolation, falling and bucking, fall protection, equipment operation procedures and other construction and operation and maintenance related activities.-Demonstrated and applied knowledge of work processes, practices, hazards, rules and regulations related to safe and efficient operations. -Demonstrated ability to develop, deliver and assist safety related training.-Sound knowledge and understanding of field safety best practices such as the identification and assessment of hazards and high risk work activities. --Demonstrated and applied knowledge of safety management considerations for a large scale utility including operations and maintenance, engineering and heavy construction. -Demonstrated knowledge of mitigation techniques for high risk work activities such as confined space entry, lockouts, fall hazards and working with hazardous materials such as asbestos.-Ability to work under general direction and use sound independent judgment in adapting and applying procedures to address and resolve unusual or problem situations. Ability to effectively navigate and understand technically complex business processes, practices and risks.-Excellent oral and written communication skills, including effective listening and persuasion skills. -Excellent business and technical writing skills including the ability to analyze and revise procedures and standards and draft non-routine correspondence and reports regarding departmental safety management systems and risk assessments.-Ability to build and maintain effective and respectful working relationships with internal and external contacts under circumstances that may be controversial or sensitive; ability to manage and respond effectively to stressful situations such as urgent high-risk matters of non-compliance. -Demonstrated ability to work in a team oriented work environment. -Demonstrated ability to resolve on-site operations and maintenance and engineering construction safety issues with site supervisors and crews.-Ability to guide supervisory staff on safety matters; strong analytical and research skills and a high degree of integrity and professionalism. -Ability to meet timelines and objectives and demonstrates persistence in overcoming obstacles.-Considerable practical knowledge of a complex safety management and incident reporting and investigation system.-Proficiency using Microsoft office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.-Valid BC Class 5 Driver's License.SUMMARYIf you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Contract
        Are you a Senior Web performance Engineer in search of an opportunity to work in a prominent global organization? Our high profile Vancouver client is seeking to hire a Web Performance Engineer, on a contract basis with a strong probability of extension. Apply to this amazing Web Performance Engineer opportunity today!ADVANTAGESWhat’s in it for you!• Leading market annual rates.• Strong probability of contract extension.RESPONSIBILITIESWhat you’ll be doing?As a Web Performance Engineer with our Vancouver client, you will:• Work closely with system owners to evaluate and recommend performance improvements for our guest facing platforms. • Work at a code level to optimize JavaScript, CSS, HTML and other elements. • Evangelize the benefits of performance and mentor developers and product owners throughout the organization. • Push yourself continuously to innovate, publish the improvements to all the stakeholders, and depict the improvements using data points. • Documentation of processes and new learnings, writing white papers and sharing with your peers, team and upper management will unlock fantastic career opportunities within this growing organization.QUALIFICATIONSEssential• Completed Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related experience.• 3 or more years’ experience in a Web Performance Engineer role• Expertise in web communication technologies (HTTP, SSL, Headers, Cookies, caching)• Expertise in node.js, React, JavaScript, CSS and HTML5 optimization• Expertise in Web Performance data analysis, including waterfalls and Lighthouse reports• Optimization of web applications in AWS environmentsImportant• AWS platform and Github• Knowledge of RESTful and SOAP web services• Following agile sprint development cycles using JIRA/Confluence or similar platform• Analyzing test results and creating recommendations reports• Experience working on Akamai platform, familiar with Edge Workers• Ability to create and modify web performance testing tools• Google Web Core Vitals and Lighthouse• Maintenance of Adobe Launch for vendor script management• Using analytics tools to calculate dollar value of performance improvementBonus• Experience with tools such as Blue Triangle, Thousand Eyes, AppDynamics, Sentry and Splunk• Development of, or implementation of CI/CD pipelines• Linux-based container management with Terraform, Docker and Kubernetes, with Jenkins• iOS application performance assessment• Machine learning with R, Pytorch or Tensorflow.SUMMARYApply now to this amazing Web Performance Engineer opportunity with our Vancouver client. We’ll review your application, and one of our top recruiters will contact you if you’re a good fit.Please contact Danielle Jacobson with your resume at:danielle.jacobson@randstad.ca
        Are you a Senior Web performance Engineer in search of an opportunity to work in a prominent global organization? Our high profile Vancouver client is seeking to hire a Web Performance Engineer, on a contract basis with a strong probability of extension. Apply to this amazing Web Performance Engineer opportunity today!ADVANTAGESWhat’s in it for you!• Leading market annual rates.• Strong probability of contract extension.RESPONSIBILITIESWhat you’ll be doing?As a Web Performance Engineer with our Vancouver client, you will:• Work closely with system owners to evaluate and recommend performance improvements for our guest facing platforms. • Work at a code level to optimize JavaScript, CSS, HTML and other elements. • Evangelize the benefits of performance and mentor developers and product owners throughout the organization. • Push yourself continuously to innovate, publish the improvements to all the stakeholders, and depict the improvements using data points. • Documentation of processes and new learnings, writing white papers and sharing with your peers, team and upper management will unlock fantastic career opportunities within this growing organization.QUALIFICATIONSEssential• Completed Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related experience.• 3 or more years’ experience in a Web Performance Engineer role• Expertise in web communication technologies (HTTP, SSL, Headers, Cookies, caching)• Expertise in node.js, React, JavaScript, CSS and HTML5 optimization• Expertise in Web Performance data analysis, including waterfalls and Lighthouse reports• Optimization of web applications in AWS environmentsImportant• AWS platform and Github• Knowledge of RESTful and SOAP web services• Following agile sprint development cycles using JIRA/Confluence or similar platform• Analyzing test results and creating recommendations reports• Experience working on Akamai platform, familiar with Edge Workers• Ability to create and modify web performance testing tools• Google Web Core Vitals and Lighthouse• Maintenance of Adobe Launch for vendor script management• Using analytics tools to calculate dollar value of performance improvementBonus• Experience with tools such as Blue Triangle, Thousand Eyes, AppDynamics, Sentry and Splunk• Development of, or implementation of CI/CD pipelines• Linux-based container management with Terraform, Docker and Kubernetes, with Jenkins• iOS application performance assessment• Machine learning with R, Pytorch or Tensorflow.SUMMARYApply now to this amazing Web Performance Engineer opportunity with our Vancouver client. We’ll review your application, and one of our top recruiters will contact you if you’re a good fit.Please contact Danielle Jacobson with your resume at:danielle.jacobson@randstad.ca
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        • $55,000 - $65,000 per year
        Our client, a reputable and well-established organization in Vancouver Downtown is looking to hire an Intermediate Accountant for their fast-paced and growing organization. The Intermediate Accountant will spend a significant amount of their time focused on Account, GL reconciliations, month-end duties, and maintenance. Additional duties will include, but not limited to;• Transactional and period-end journal entries - using Yardi• Month end duties including financial reports, accounting analysis, and consolidation/presentation entries• Respond to transactional accounting questions and issues• CAM Tax & Recoveries• Resolve accounting discrepancies• Liaises with other departments in regards to accounting and banking matters• Bank reconciliations - a high volume of foreign exchange and fund transactions.• Support preparation and coordination of external audits• Preparation of tax working papers and tax returns• Assist with the overhead budget process• Assist with the preparation of accounting policy memos and analysisAdvantages55k-65k base salaryPerks and BenefitsSupport for CPA (Reimbursement)Opportunity to grow with the firmFree Parking on site.Qualifications- 2+ years’ experience in a similar role- Post-secondary accounting or finance education, enrolled in CPA would be an asset- Exposure to the Real Estate investment industry would be an asset- Experienced in Yardi or other real estate software- Excellent accuracy and attention to detail- Ability to meet tight deadlinesIf this looks like a position which you are qualified for and would like to explore, please reach out to Moe Mayyazhi at moe.mayyazhi@randstad.ca. Please submit your resume and you will be called on the basis of the eligibility of the position.MoePhone Number:604.408.2759Fax Number:604.687.5397ADVANTAGES55k-65k base salaryPerks and BenefitsSupport for CPA (Reimbursement)Opportunity to grow with the firmFree Parking on site.RESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS- 2+ years’ experience in a similar role- Post-secondary accounting or finance education, enrolled in CPA would be an asset- Exposure to the Real Estate investment industry would be an asset- Experienced in Yardi or other real estate software- Excellent accuracy and attention to detail- Ability to meet tight deadlinesIf this looks like a position which you are qualified for and would like to explore, please reach out to Moe Mayyazhi at moe.mayyazhi@randstad.ca. Please submit your resume and you will be called on the basis of the eligibility of the position.
        Our client, a reputable and well-established organization in Vancouver Downtown is looking to hire an Intermediate Accountant for their fast-paced and growing organization. The Intermediate Accountant will spend a significant amount of their time focused on Account, GL reconciliations, month-end duties, and maintenance. Additional duties will include, but not limited to;• Transactional and period-end journal entries - using Yardi• Month end duties including financial reports, accounting analysis, and consolidation/presentation entries• Respond to transactional accounting questions and issues• CAM Tax & Recoveries• Resolve accounting discrepancies• Liaises with other departments in regards to accounting and banking matters• Bank reconciliations - a high volume of foreign exchange and fund transactions.• Support preparation and coordination of external audits• Preparation of tax working papers and tax returns• Assist with the overhead budget process• Assist with the preparation of accounting policy memos and analysisAdvantages55k-65k base salaryPerks and BenefitsSupport for CPA (Reimbursement)Opportunity to grow with the firmFree Parking on site.Qualifications- 2+ years’ experience in a similar role- Post-secondary accounting or finance education, enrolled in CPA would be an asset- Exposure to the Real Estate investment industry would be an asset- Experienced in Yardi or other real estate software- Excellent accuracy and attention to detail- Ability to meet tight deadlinesIf this looks like a position which you are qualified for and would like to explore, please reach out to Moe Mayyazhi at moe.mayyazhi@randstad.ca. Please submit your resume and you will be called on the basis of the eligibility of the position.MoePhone Number:604.408.2759Fax Number:604.687.5397ADVANTAGES55k-65k base salaryPerks and BenefitsSupport for CPA (Reimbursement)Opportunity to grow with the firmFree Parking on site.RESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS- 2+ years’ experience in a similar role- Post-secondary accounting or finance education, enrolled in CPA would be an asset- Exposure to the Real Estate investment industry would be an asset- Experienced in Yardi or other real estate software- Excellent accuracy and attention to detail- Ability to meet tight deadlinesIf this looks like a position which you are qualified for and would like to explore, please reach out to Moe Mayyazhi at moe.mayyazhi@randstad.ca. Please submit your resume and you will be called on the basis of the eligibility of the position.
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        • $40,000 - $45,000 per year
        Account Receivable Clerk – Greater Vancouver AreaAre you an AR Professional? Looking for a dynamic new opportunity in the lower mainland. Look no further. Our client is looking for an organized, detail-oriented AR/Collections Specialist to join their growing dynamic team. This is a great full-time opportunity where you will be assisting with weekly billing, application of daily cash, collections efforts, and responding to vendors. Interested candidates should ideally possess 2+ years of billing, accounts receivables, and/or collections experience; strong attention to detail; effective time management skills; and the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.ADVANTAGESAdvantages: What's in it for you?•Competitive compensation, $42-46k/year based on experience. •The Position comes with 2 weeks paid vacation and comprehensive benefits upon completion of the probationary period•Hours Mon-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm •Dynamic working environment•An opportunity to work with a very well-known brand!•Transit accessible location •Free parking on siteRESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities of the AR•Full cycle accounts receivable/ collections, preparation of invoices in a timely and accurate manner.•Apply for daily cash receipts and process credit card payments.•Assist with collections efforts by calling customers.•Prepare correspondence for delinquent accounts.Duties: •Match and code Receivables•Enter and oversee entry of Receivables•Prepare inventory receipts for entry•Enter and oversee entry of inventory receipts•Reconcile monthly vendor statements and investigate variances•Follow up vendor issues•Prepare and draft cheques•Reconcile general ledger accounts, especially related to inventory and accounts payable•Maintain fleet records and fleet maintenance•National Safety Coordinator•Safety committee member • Invoice and create back order picksQUALIFICATIONSRequirements of the AR/Collections Specialist•QuickBooks experience is an asset •Strong analytical and problem-solving skills•Ability to multi-task, prioritize and be flexible with changing business needs•Strong written and verbal communication and listening skills• 2+ years of relevant experience in accounts receivable.•Strong written and oral communication skillsSUMMARYIf this profile sounds like you (or someone you know), Apply today or email your profile to suqran.sobani@randstad.ca#humanforwardSuqranPhone Number:604.408.2759Fax Number:604.687.5397
        Account Receivable Clerk – Greater Vancouver AreaAre you an AR Professional? Looking for a dynamic new opportunity in the lower mainland. Look no further. Our client is looking for an organized, detail-oriented AR/Collections Specialist to join their growing dynamic team. This is a great full-time opportunity where you will be assisting with weekly billing, application of daily cash, collections efforts, and responding to vendors. Interested candidates should ideally possess 2+ years of billing, accounts receivables, and/or collections experience; strong attention to detail; effective time management skills; and the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.ADVANTAGESAdvantages: What's in it for you?•Competitive compensation, $42-46k/year based on experience. •The Position comes with 2 weeks paid vacation and comprehensive benefits upon completion of the probationary period•Hours Mon-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm •Dynamic working environment•An opportunity to work with a very well-known brand!•Transit accessible location •Free parking on siteRESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities of the AR•Full cycle accounts receivable/ collections, preparation of invoices in a timely and accurate manner.•Apply for daily cash receipts and process credit card payments.•Assist with collections efforts by calling customers.•Prepare correspondence for delinquent accounts.Duties: •Match and code Receivables•Enter and oversee entry of Receivables•Prepare inventory receipts for entry•Enter and oversee entry of inventory receipts•Reconcile monthly vendor statements and investigate variances•Follow up vendor issues•Prepare and draft cheques•Reconcile general ledger accounts, especially related to inventory and accounts payable•Maintain fleet records and fleet maintenance•National Safety Coordinator•Safety committee member • Invoice and create back order picksQUALIFICATIONSRequirements of the AR/Collections Specialist•QuickBooks experience is an asset •Strong analytical and problem-solving skills•Ability to multi-task, prioritize and be flexible with changing business needs•Strong written and verbal communication and listening skills• 2+ years of relevant experience in accounts receivable.•Strong written and oral communication skillsSUMMARYIf this profile sounds like you (or someone you know), Apply today or email your profile to suqran.sobani@randstad.ca#humanforwardSuqranPhone Number:604.408.2759Fax Number:604.687.5397
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        • $40,000 - $45,000 per year
        AR – Account Receivable Are you an AR Specialist/ Collections Specialist? Looking to explore new opportunities in an amazingly diverse and employee-centric work environment, read further.My client downtown is looking for an apt candidate to add to their fantastic team. This person would bring in 1-3 years in AR functionsThis position starts in January 2022. Interviewing asap. Our client is looking for an organized, detail-oriented AR/Collections Specialist to join their growing dynamic team. This is a great full-time opportunity where you will be assisting with weekly billing, application of daily cash, collections efforts, and responding to vendors. Interested candidates should ideally possess 2+ years of billing, accounts receivables, and/or collections experience; strong attention to detail; effective time management skills; and the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.ADVANTAGESAdvantages•Competitive compensation, $40-45k/year based on experience. •The Position comes with 2 weeks paid vacation and comprehensive benefits •Hours Mon-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm •Dynamic working environment•An opportunity to work with a very well-known brand!•Transit accessible location RESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities of the AR/ Collections Specialist•Full cycle accounts receivable/ collections, preparation of invoices in a timely and accurate manner.•Apply for daily cash receipts and process credit card payments.•Assist with collections efforts by calling customers.•Prepare correspondence for delinquent accounts.Duties: •Match and code Receivables•Enter and oversee entry of Receivables•Prepare inventory receipts for entry•Enter and oversee entry of inventory receipts•Reconcile monthly vendor statements and investigate variances•Follow up vendor issues•Prepare and draft cheques•Reconcile general ledger accounts, especially related to inventory and accounts payable•Maintain fleet records and fleet maintenance•National Safety Coordinator•Safety committee member • Invoice and create back order picksQUALIFICATIONSQualificationsRequirements of the AR/Collections Specialist•QuickBooks experience is an asset •Strong analytical and problem-solving skills•Ability to multi-task, prioritize and be flexible with changing business needs•Strong written and verbal communication and listening skills• 2+ years of relevant experience in accounts receivable.•Strong written and oral communication skillsSUMMARYIf this profile sounds like you (or someone you know), Apply today or email your profile to moe.mayyazhi@randstad.ca#humanforwardMoePhone Number:604.408.2759Fax Number:604.687.5397
        AR – Account Receivable Are you an AR Specialist/ Collections Specialist? Looking to explore new opportunities in an amazingly diverse and employee-centric work environment, read further.My client downtown is looking for an apt candidate to add to their fantastic team. This person would bring in 1-3 years in AR functionsThis position starts in January 2022. Interviewing asap. Our client is looking for an organized, detail-oriented AR/Collections Specialist to join their growing dynamic team. This is a great full-time opportunity where you will be assisting with weekly billing, application of daily cash, collections efforts, and responding to vendors. Interested candidates should ideally possess 2+ years of billing, accounts receivables, and/or collections experience; strong attention to detail; effective time management skills; and the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.ADVANTAGESAdvantages•Competitive compensation, $40-45k/year based on experience. •The Position comes with 2 weeks paid vacation and comprehensive benefits •Hours Mon-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm •Dynamic working environment•An opportunity to work with a very well-known brand!•Transit accessible location RESPONSIBILITIESResponsibilities of the AR/ Collections Specialist•Full cycle accounts receivable/ collections, preparation of invoices in a timely and accurate manner.•Apply for daily cash receipts and process credit card payments.•Assist with collections efforts by calling customers.•Prepare correspondence for delinquent accounts.Duties: •Match and code Receivables•Enter and oversee entry of Receivables•Prepare inventory receipts for entry•Enter and oversee entry of inventory receipts•Reconcile monthly vendor statements and investigate variances•Follow up vendor issues•Prepare and draft cheques•Reconcile general ledger accounts, especially related to inventory and accounts payable•Maintain fleet records and fleet maintenance•National Safety Coordinator•Safety committee member • Invoice and create back order picksQUALIFICATIONSQualificationsRequirements of the AR/Collections Specialist•QuickBooks experience is an asset •Strong analytical and problem-solving skills•Ability to multi-task, prioritize and be flexible with changing business needs•Strong written and verbal communication and listening skills• 2+ years of relevant experience in accounts receivable.•Strong written and oral communication skillsSUMMARYIf this profile sounds like you (or someone you know), Apply today or email your profile to moe.mayyazhi@randstad.ca#humanforwardMoePhone Number:604.408.2759Fax Number:604.687.5397
        • Vancouver, British Columbia
        • Permanent
        We are seeking an Inventory Control Analyst for a very busy manufacturing client of ours in the Vancouver area. The Inventory Control Analyst will be responsible for the end to end process of inventory management. Work collaboratively with Operations, Sales, Sourcing, and Warehouse personnel to manage active, slow moving, obsolete and excess inventory for liquidation and other actionable items. The end goal is proactively driving category reduction, improved customer service and inventory accuracy.-Through collaboration with Sourcing and Inventory Managers, identify, compile & execute the timely management of active obsolete, excess and discontinued inventory. -Work closely with Sales and Customer Service on liquidation sales to ensure timely action is taken and correct transactions applied to maintain inventory accuracy.-Analyze and recommend inventory levels aimed at specific desired days of inventory on hand optimized against seasonal peaks, promotion schedules, and new product launches for all facilities.-Determine, evaluate, and redeploy obsolete and excessive inventory; collaborate with Sales and Operational leaders to orchestrate promotional sales of excess or slow-moving inventory.-Lead the transition of discontinued products to new replacement products.-Recommend standard policies & procedures to ensure adequate control of purchases and inventories.-Maintain accurate inventory data including new inventory item set-up, product codes, product names, authorized substitutes, and stocking levels for supply planning and inventory management.-Analyze and recommend strategies to improve fill rate performance, reduce inventory levels, and increase turns.-Identify and implement obsolete reduction initiatives and continuous improvement ideas. Recommend strategies and corrective action plans for obsolete inventory reduction and drive results-Analyze, track obsolete materials regularly, for reporting to upper management (i.e. data summaries/charts/graphs).-Assist in maintenance of finished good stock levels and customer order fulfillment.-Act as back-up for in plant scheduling and buying activities.Qualifications:-Bachelor degree (BA) or equivalent from a 4-year College or two years related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred-Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, customers, and the general public.-Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations.-Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written,oral, diagram, or schedule form.-To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other report writing and project planning software. Experience working in an ERP environment is desirable.-Capable of analytics leveraging data.-Demonstrates the ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment with accuracy.-Inventory Management Principals – In-depth knowledge of Stocking, Inventory Turn Analysis, Inventory Ranking, and Financial Analysis with respect to inventory.-Computer/IT – database organization, retrieval and analysis techniques, including ERP and Excel software programs.-Interpersonal – focus on conflict resolution rather than blame; maintain confidentiality; keep emotions under control; remain open to other’s ideas and new processes.-Quality – demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness; look for ways to improve and promote quality; apply feedback to improve performance, monitor own work to ensure quality.-Quantity – meet productivity standards, complete work in a timely manner; strive to increase productivity, work quickly.If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS
        We are seeking an Inventory Control Analyst for a very busy manufacturing client of ours in the Vancouver area. The Inventory Control Analyst will be responsible for the end to end process of inventory management. Work collaboratively with Operations, Sales, Sourcing, and Warehouse personnel to manage active, slow moving, obsolete and excess inventory for liquidation and other actionable items. The end goal is proactively driving category reduction, improved customer service and inventory accuracy.-Through collaboration with Sourcing and Inventory Managers, identify, compile & execute the timely management of active obsolete, excess and discontinued inventory. -Work closely with Sales and Customer Service on liquidation sales to ensure timely action is taken and correct transactions applied to maintain inventory accuracy.-Analyze and recommend inventory levels aimed at specific desired days of inventory on hand optimized against seasonal peaks, promotion schedules, and new product launches for all facilities.-Determine, evaluate, and redeploy obsolete and excessive inventory; collaborate with Sales and Operational leaders to orchestrate promotional sales of excess or slow-moving inventory.-Lead the transition of discontinued products to new replacement products.-Recommend standard policies & procedures to ensure adequate control of purchases and inventories.-Maintain accurate inventory data including new inventory item set-up, product codes, product names, authorized substitutes, and stocking levels for supply planning and inventory management.-Analyze and recommend strategies to improve fill rate performance, reduce inventory levels, and increase turns.-Identify and implement obsolete reduction initiatives and continuous improvement ideas. Recommend strategies and corrective action plans for obsolete inventory reduction and drive results-Analyze, track obsolete materials regularly, for reporting to upper management (i.e. data summaries/charts/graphs).-Assist in maintenance of finished good stock levels and customer order fulfillment.-Act as back-up for in plant scheduling and buying activities.Qualifications:-Bachelor degree (BA) or equivalent from a 4-year College or two years related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred-Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, customers, and the general public.-Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations.-Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written,oral, diagram, or schedule form.-To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other report writing and project planning software. Experience working in an ERP environment is desirable.-Capable of analytics leveraging data.-Demonstrates the ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment with accuracy.-Inventory Management Principals – In-depth knowledge of Stocking, Inventory Turn Analysis, Inventory Ranking, and Financial Analysis with respect to inventory.-Computer/IT – database organization, retrieval and analysis techniques, including ERP and Excel software programs.-Interpersonal – focus on conflict resolution rather than blame; maintain confidentiality; keep emotions under control; remain open to other’s ideas and new processes.-Quality – demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness; look for ways to improve and promote quality; apply feedback to improve performance, monitor own work to ensure quality.-Quantity – meet productivity standards, complete work in a timely manner; strive to increase productivity, work quickly.If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.caRESPONSIBILITIESQUALIFICATIONS

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