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    The Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper is a full-time, contractual position that reports directly to the Director of Finance and Administration in collaboration with Management.
    The Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper will be responsible to ensure that all financial records related to the accounting and bookkeeping for the operations of Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute are maintained in a proper manner in order to facilitate the annual audit of the organization.


    Lead statement

    Human ResourcesManager will plan, organize,direct, control and evaluate the operationso f human resourcesand personnel departments, and develo p and im pleme nt policies, programs and procedures regarding human resource planning, recruitment, collective bargaining, t raining and development, occupation classification and pay and benefit administrat ion. They represent management and participate actively on various joint commit tees to maintain ongoing relations betwee n management and employees.The Human Resources Manager will beunderthesupervision of the Director General.

    Main duties

    • Human Resources Manager will perf or m the follow ing dut ies:

    • Plan, organize, d i rect, cont rol an d eva luate t he operat ion s of human resourcesor personnel departments
    • Plan human resource requiremen tsin conjunction with other departme nt al managers
    • Co-ordinate intern al and external train ing and recruitment activities
    • Develop and implement labor relations policiesand procedures and negotiate collect ive agreements
    • Administer employee development, language training and health and safety programs
    • Advise and assist other departmentalmanagers on interpreta tion and admi nistration of person nel polic ies and programs
    • Oversee the classification and ratingof occupatio ns
    • Organize and conduct employee informat ion meetingson employment policy, benefits and compensat ion an d p art icipate actively on various joint commit tees
    • Direct the organization' squality managem ent program
    • Ensurecompliance with legislatio n such as the Pay Equ it y Act.
    • Pro vide Payroll information by collecting time and att endance records
    • Submit reports and statistics
    • Ensureand maintain quality serviceby following organization standards
    • Promote and educate employees of health and safety



    The Inside/Outside Sales Department Supervisor, under the direction of the Trainer & the President of the Company, will be responsible for leading and managing associates involved with activities in the front and back end of the store, which include check-out areas, returns, special services, computer systems, and receiving. They are also responsible for managing the receiving, unloading, distribution, and stocking of merchandise in the store. Creating partnerships with outside entities and making service calls. Responsible for generating customer orders and ensure timely delivery.


    Responsible for ensuring the store is recovered and ready for business every day
     Develop the weekly work schedule
     Invest in people to focus on B2B customers
     Maintain record keeping accurately
     Account maintenance for B2B customers
     Manage B2B statements and collections
     Ensure that open/close procedures are followed
     Ensure that daily inventory management tasks are completed:
     Stocked
     Zero outs
     Rain Checks
     Special Orders
     Cycle Counting
     Resolve customer complaints in a timely and satisfactory manner
     Make sure the sales floor is clear, organized, and properly signed, and that the receiving floor is clear of pallets and trash
     Responsible for training all associates on store policies and procedures
     Cultivate staff commitment to B2B through inspired leadership
     Delegate daily workload among associates
     Enforces safety policies and procedures; is a safety role model

  4. RECEPTIONIST/ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY Replacement to January 2018, Mistissini

    The Receptionist/Administrative Secretary reports to the Human Resources Manager. He is responsible for greeting visitors, answering and forwarding to the appropriate person all mail, e-mails and phone calls. The incumbent also provides a general range of administrative support services to Eskan employees including entering data, filing, faxing and photocopying.
     Greet visitors/clients and directs them to appropriate person or office.
     Screen calls & direct them to the appropriate person/department.
     Screen & route incoming & outgoing mail.
     Compose, type & copy correspondence, reports, bulletins, records & other documents.
     Place orders for office supplies, verify quantities delivered & distribute.
     Update himself on new information, innovative ideas & techniques in relation to the position.
     Responsible for travel arrangements & confirmations for the General Manager & the staff of the Company and its’s subsidiaries.
     Maintain reception area materials for the purpose of providing resource information to visitors.
     Performs general secretarial & clerical functions, (e.g. scheduling, copying, faxing, data entry, filing etc.) for the purpose of supporting office operations.
     Communicate effectively with all the members of the Company and subsidiaries.
     React to change productively & handle other tasks as assigned.

  5. JANITOR , Waskaganish

    Under the direction of the Director of Capital Works and Services and the immediate supervision of the Manager of Operations and Maintenance, the Janitors are responsible of keeping buildings in clean and orderly condition. The Janitor will be responsible for performing routine maintenance activities, notifying management of need for repairs and perform heavy cleaning duties.
     Performs assigned cleaning in meeting rooms, offices, washrooms etc.
     Clean and polish furniture and fixtures.
     Clean all surfaces with correct products and procedures.
     Empties and cleans garbage, recycling and compost bins.
     Dust furniture, walls, machines, and equipment.
     Make adjustments and minor repairs to heating, cooling, ventilating, plumbing, and electrical systems.
     Drive vehicles required to perform or travel to cleaning work, including vans, industrial trucks, or industrial vacuum cleaners.
     Follow procedures for the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment, in order to prevent damage to floors and fixtures.
     Monitor building security and safety by performing such tasks as locking doors after operating hours and checking electrical appliance use to ensure that hazards are not created.
     Move heavy furniture, equipment, and supplies, either manually or by using hand trucks.
     Notify managers concerning the need for repairs or additions to building operating systems.
     Requisition supplies and equipment needed for cleaning and maintenance duties.
     Checks building security periodically and on closing the building.
     Perform other task requested by the Director or the Supervisor.