Asset Publisher Asset Publisher

  • 31 Jul 2017 -

    Receptionist

    offer details

    Position: Receptionist                  
    Department: Coordination          
    Immediate Supervisor: Administrative Services Coordinator
    Date: August 2017
     

    SUMMARY

    Under the authority of the Administrative Services Coordinator, the incumbent is primarily responsible for greeting and serving clients, answering incoming phone calls, connecting callers to the right person, taking messages, and answering basic questions from clients in a professional manner, as well as performing administrative tasks.
     

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    •    Greet clients as they walk in
    •    Serve all clients in a courteous and professional manner and direct them to the right person or department
    •    Get basic information from clients and enter this information in the visitor log
    •    Maintain a professional demeanour as well as a tidy desk at all times
    •    Quickly and professionally answer phone calls and swiftly transfer them to the right people
    •    Work with a multi-line telephone system
    •    Ensure that the telephone lines are working properly and call the IT department to fix any issues
    •    Manage the internal phone list and keep it up-to-date on the computer
    •    Perform tasks such as filing, making photocopies, and word processing as needed
    •    Date-stamp incoming mail and pass it on to addressees
    •    Perform other administrative tasks as needed
     

    REQUIREMENTS

    •    Two years' experience in a similar role
    •    Good knowledge of French, English, and Inuktitut
    •    Comfortable working with computers
    •    Good knowledge of Microsoft Office
    •    Knowledge of the Meridian system is an asset
    •    Flexible, self-sufficient, cheerful, and punctual individual


    Candidates who are interested must submit their resumes before August 14th, 2017 to Sophie Fraser in the Human Resources Department via email by clicking the address link below.
     

    PDF

    Contact us here
  • 16 Jul 2017 -

    Store Service Coordinator

    offer details

    POSITION: Store Services Coordinator
    DEPARTMENT: Store Services
    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Manager of Store Services
    DATE: July 17th 2017


    SUMMARY
    •    Under the supervision of the Store Services Manager, the Store Services Coordinator is responsible to train and coach the Co-op Store Managers and the Grocery Managers, so that they can achieve an efficient operation of the store. Besides teaching how to perform essential tasks, the Coordinator guides the Store Manager on how to develop and implement all store management procedures.
    •    In order to allow time for the new Store Manager to be trained, Coordinators travel in teams, one Coordinator who does training, while the other substitutes for the Store Manager.
    •    The Coordinator tends to the well-being of the store and must perform tasks to ensure efficient operation as needed.
    •    The Coordinator transmits information gathered from his close association with the co-ops to the Buyers and other departments at FCNQ.


    MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
    •    Travel to the north 50% of the year to train Managers and support the co-op;
    •    Train the co-op managers how to use the tools that are in place in the store (Quasar, scanners, POS terminals, etc.);
    •    Teach about product marketing, including the posting of promotional notices and determining how and where products can be displayed on the shelves and racks to maximize sales and increase store revenue;
    •    Work with the Store Manager to establish and implement store management procedures (min/max, layouts, shelf positioning, etc.);
    •    Advise Buyers about products that will be good sellers in the community;
    •    Assist Store Managers to ensure that weekly, sealift and chartered orders are processed efficiently and on time;
    •    Upon request, work with the accounting team to assist in making cycle counts and yearly physical inventories and to attend the yearly budgets presentations to the co-ops;
    •    Upon request, assist in the preparation and revision of training materials;
    •    Handle any other related tasks to support the cooperatives and their staff.


    REQUIREMENTS
    •    DEC preferred, but the person must have high school certificate or equivalent experience;
    •    Good communicator and team player and Excellent understanding of marketing;
    •    Willing to travel to the Nunavik for extended periods of time;
    •    Able to communicate both verbally and written in 2 of the following languages: Inuktitut, French or English;
    •    At ease with computers.


    Candidates who are interested must submit their resumes to Sophie Fraser at the email address in the link below before August 1st, 2017.

    PDF

    Contact us here
  • 12 Jul 2017 -

    Petroleum Equipment Technician

    offer details

    POSITION:  Petroleum Equipment Technician
    DEPARTMENT: Petroleum Services & Transport
    IMMEDIATE SUPERVISORTechnical Coordinator
    DATE:  July 13th, 2017

                                                                6 months contract
     

    SUMMARY

    Under the supervision of the Technical Coordinator, the Petroleum Equipment Technician is mainly responsible for maintaining and repairing tank farms, refuelling cabinets, service stations and distribution systems (tank trucks). He must also ensure facility compliance and proper usage of equipment and, as required, give the necessary support by training designated persons to properly operate the equipment. As required, the Petroleum Equipment Technician also must direct and supervise subcontracted work and work done by contract workers. The job requires frequent moves in Nunavik for an average of sixteen (16) weeks per year, mainly between May 1st and November 1st.

     

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    •    Perform preventive and corrective maintenance for all of the FCNQ oil installations and its subsidiaries;
    •    Calibrate meters and program electronic components;
    •    Resolve various mechanical problems by telephone and send the parts and equipment required to the villages;
    •    Complete the necessary administrative reports and update maintenance and inspection programs required for the RBQ;
    •    Identify recurring mechanical problems and make necessary changes to ensure the proper functioning of equipment;
    •    Participate in developing an annual budget for maintenance and improvement work;
    •    Maintain an inventory of the parts needed to ensure the continuity of operations;
    •    Order and ship the parts needed for maintenance, emergencies and equipment changes;
    •    Write down the technical procedures for the proper functioning and use of equipment;
    •    Provide distribution agents with the technical support they need;
    •    Give operators the required training to safely use equipment and ensure that operating procedures are followed;
    •    Be available on a rotating schedule for emergency calls;
    •    All other tasks requested by the immediate supervisor.
     

    REQUIREMENTS

    •    Have a D.E.C. or a D.E.P. in industrial mechanics;
    •    Have at least 3 years of experience in a similar position – in maintenance and repair of mechanical parts for petroleum facilities (an asset);
    •    Experience in and knowledge of industrial mechanics, welding, plumbing, electricity and electronics;
    •    Knowledge of the petroleum industry's safety rules (an asset);
    •    Show autonomy;
    •    Good communication skills - bilingual;
    •    Very good knowledge of Excel, Word, Outlook;
    •    Training in one or more of the following areas: petroleum equipment installation, lockouts, working at heights, working in a confined space and SIMDUT (an asset);
    •    Good knowledge in reading plans (an asset).
     

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    •    Maintaining and handling of heavy equipment;
    •    Working at heights and in a confined space;
    •    Working outside, (variable weather);
    •    Must handle and be exposed to dangerous materials, including liquids, gas and so on;
    •    Must wear safety clothing and a respirator mask to carry out certain tasks;
    •    Impromptu travel to the North to respond to emergencies.


    If you are interested, please submit your candidacy before August 1st, 2017 to the Human Resources department to the attention of Sophie Fraser at the email address in the link below.

    PDF

    Contact us here
  • 05 Jul 2017 -

    Store Services Coordinator

    offer details

    Poste:  Store Services Coordinator
    Service:  Store Services
    Supérieur immédiat:  Manager of Store Services
    Date:  July 5th 2017

    SUMMARY
    •    Under the supervision of the Store Services Manager, the Store Services Coordinator is responsible to train and coach the Co-op Store Managers and the Grocery Managers, so that they can achieve an efficient operation of the store. Besides teaching how to perform essential tasks, the Coordinator guides the Store Manager on how to develop and implement all store management procedures.
    •    In order to allow time for the new Store Manager to be trained, Coordinators travel in teams, one Coordinator who does training, while the other substitutes for the Store Manager.
    •    The Coordinator tends to the well-being of the store and must perform tasks to ensure efficient operation as needed.
    •    The Coordinator transmits information gathered from his close association with the co-ops to the Buyers and other departments at FCNQ.

    MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
    •    Travel to the north 50% of the year to train Managers and support the co-op;
    •    Train the co-op managers how to use the tools that are in place in the store (Quasar, scanners, POS terminals, etc.);
    •    Teach about product marketing, including the posting of promotional notices and determining how and where products can be displayed on the shelves and racks to maximize sales and increase store revenue;
    •    Work with the Store Manager to establish and implement store management procedures (min/max, layouts, shelf positioning, etc.);
    •    Advise Buyers about products that will be good sellers in the community;
    •    Assist Store Managers to ensure that weekly, sealift and chartered orders are processed efficiently and on time;
    •    Upon request, work with the accounting team to assist in making cycle counts and yearly physical inventories and to attend the yearly budgets presentations to the co-ops;
    •    Upon request, assist in the preparation and revision of training materials;
    •    Handle any other related tasks to support the cooperatives and their staff.

    REQUIREMENTS
    •    DEC preferred, but the person must have high school certificate or equivalent experience;
    •    Good communicator and team player;
    •    Excellent understanding of marketing;
    •    Willing to travel to the Nunavik for extended periods of time;
    •    Able to communicate both verbally and written in 2 of the following languages: Inuktitut, French or English;
    •    At ease with computers.
     

    Candidates who are interested must submit their resumes via email to the address in the link below.

    PDF

    Contact us here
  • 10 Apr 2017 -

    Translator/Interpreter

    offer details

    Position: Translator/Interpreter                     
    Department: Administrative Services
    Immediate Supervisor: Administrative Services Coordinator
    Date: March 30th, 2017

    SUMMARY
    Under the supervision of the Administrative Services Coordinator, the Translator/Interpreter's main responsibilities are the translation and editing of documents from and to Inuktitut and act as interpreter at meetings.

    TASKS
    •    Provide a translation and revision service for documents such as letters, memos, reports, resolutions, job descriptions, etc., from English to Inuktitut or vice versa;
    •    Set up and maintain the Federation's terminology bank;
    •    Act as interpreter at meetings with the Executive Committee, FCNQ and Co-op Boards of Directors and any other meetings where an interpreter is required;
    •    Assist Administrative Services Coordinator in the maintenance of the filing and recall system for all administration correspondence, reports, minutes, resolutions and other documents;
    •    Any other tasks required by supervisor.

    REQUIREMENTS
    •    Minimum 3 years' consecutive experience in interpreting;
    •    Advanced knowledge of Aipai Nunavik keyboard;
    •    Fluent in English and Inuktitut – spoken and written;
    •    Excellent communication skills, discrete, professional, high ethical standards;
    •    Available to travel;
    •    Knowledge of Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.

    Candidates who are interested must submit their resumes via email by clicking the link below.

    PDF

    Contact us here
  • 28 Mar 2017 -

    Assistant Driver

    offer details

    Position: Assistant Driver
    Immediate Supervisor: Local operations supervisor
    Service: Pétroles Naskinnuk SEC (PNSEC)
    Date: March 27th, 2017

    MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS:
    •    Strong communication skills;
    •    Ability to complete de documents required by the job;
    •    SIMDUT training.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    •    Assist the delivery person during deliveries of petroleum products in the Schefferville area.
    •    Meet the safety standards associated with the delivery of petroleum products (Ex: Assist the driver when maneuvering backwards to ensure the implementation of wheel chocks etc.).
    •    Help the driver apply all the necessary follow ups to the proper functioning of PNSEC equipment, as well as of customers at the delivery point.
    •    Complete all documents related to the delivery and transportation of hazardous materials (delivery slips, shift summary etc.).
    •    Be reliable and hardworking. Schedule adherence is mandatory.

    TASKS:
    •    Help the driver carry out their tasks (before, during and after deliveries).
    •    Fill out all delivery slips in a clear and reliable manner.
    •    Complete delivery summary documents. Ensure the validity of the initial quantity and make sure to deduct the right amount gradually. Validate and verify the accuracy of the information.
    •    At the end of the shift, note the ending inventory of the tank to identify the beginning inventory of the next shift in the appropriate place on the summary sheet deliveries. Leave this new copy in the truck.
    •    Return all completed documents to the delivery person.

    Candidates who are interested must submit their resumes via email by clicking the link below.

    PDF

    Contact us here
  • 09 Mar 2017 -

    Mechanic's Assistant

    offer details

    TRANSPORT PADLAYAT INC.
    JOB POSTING – MECHANIC'S ASSISTANT

    Transport Padlayat Inc. is a subsidiary of La Fédération des coopératives du Nouveau-Québec (FCNQ). FCNQ is owned by its fourteen member co-ops in the Inuit communities of the Hudson and Ungava coasts of Northern-Québec, – or Nunavik, as this region is now called. FCNQ was established in 1967 to provide the rapidly growing co-operative movement with more effective powers and services to help attain their vision of working to develop as a people, leaving none behind.

    The main objective of each co-op is to unite the community and to act as a spokesperson for their interests. Therefore the co-op is more than just a store, as is evident from their success in activities as diverse as operating retail stores, post offices, cable TV, management training, auditing services, operating hotels, a travel agency, bulk storage and distribution of oil & fuel supplies, construction projects in Nunavik and marketing Inuit art.

    Functions :
    The employee is responsible for carrying out their duties in a safe manner.
    •    Remove and install the wheels on the trucks and trailers;
    •    Repair flat tires;
    •    Maintain cleanliness of the shop and equipment.   

    The employee must also assist a qualified mechanic in:
    •    Preventive maintenance;
    •    Brakes and suspension repairs;
    •    Remove and install engines, transmissions, differentials, etc.;
    •    Repairs on electrical and air systems;
    •    Other tasks as requested.

    Requirements :
    •    High School Diploma (an asset);
    •    Must have a valid class 5 territorial driver's license;
    •    Must be punctual, reliable and independent;
    •    Able to communicate both verbally and written in 2 of the following languages: Inuktitut, French or English;
    •    Must be able to work in teams.

    Work Schedule: The work schedule is on a 2/2 rotation basis; work shifts of 11 hours per day. The employee works for a two consecutive weeks followed by two weeks of leave.

    Work Location: Transport Padlayat Inc. at Expo mine site of Canadian Royalties Inc. in the Deception Bay area in Nunavik.

    Salary: A competitive salary plus 100.00$ for travel expenses per rotation plus 4% vacation accumulation and paid holidays.

    Interested candidates should send their resumes to Danielle Archambault by email or contact by telephone at (800) 363-7610.

    PDF

    Contact us here
  • 07 Mar 2017 -

    Mechanic

    offer details

    Position:    Mechanic – Vehicle Parts & Service
    Department:    Store Services
    Immediate Supervisor:     Vehicle Parts & Service Assistant Manager
    Date:     March 2017


    MECHANICS! ARE YOU READY FOR A CHALLENGE?

    Come work for the largest non-government employer in the Nunavik region. We aim to provide a challenging, dynamic and rewarding workplace. The ideal candidate will be honest, reliable and self-sufficient. The candidate will get to work with a wide range of vehicles and have the opportunity to manage their own workshop while ensuring they respond to all customer needs.

    WHO ARE WE?  

    FCNQ is owned by its fourteen member co-ops in the Inuit communities of Northern-Québec, – or Nunavik, as this region is now called. FCNQ was established in 1967 to provide the rapidly growing co-operative movement with more effective powers and services. The main objective of each co-op is to unite the community and to act as a spokesperson for their interests. Therefore the co-op is more than just a store, as is evident from their success in their activities in operating retail stores with vehicle parts and services along with post offices, cable TV, management training, auditing services, operating hotels, a travel agency, bulk storage and distribution of oil & fuel supplies, construction projects and marketing Inuit art.

    SUMMARY

    The Mechanic is responsible for the maintenance and repair of vehicles along with maintaining the garage inventory, ordering parts and tools.

    MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES

    -Maintain vehicles in good working order by doing preventive and regular maintenance;
    -Evaluate all requests for service for repairs and maintenance;
    -Use the latest technologies for all work orders, parts and tools requests;
    -Maintain equipment so that it complies with provincial vehicle requirements and safety regulations;
    -Keep the garage in good working order by cleaning, organizing and eliminating old and defective equipment and parts;
    -Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, reading technical publications and attending FCNQ-sponsored training sessions;
    -Travel in the north for extended periods of time;
    -Handle any other related tasks to support the department, the co-ops or other areas.

    REQUIREMENTS

    -Prefer DEC or DEP but must have high school certificate or equivalent experience;
    -Must have certificate in mechanics (CPA license);
    -SAAQ certification is an asset;
    -Fluent in French and English (spoken and written) is essential;
    -Computer knowledge (Word, Excel, Outlook);
    -Valid class 5 driver's license;
    -Autonomous and versatile.

    Candidates who are interested must submit their resumes by March 20th, 2017.

    PDF

    Contact us here

Web Content Display Web Content Display

Do not hesitate do send your resume to the address below even if no offer corresponds to your profile

recrutement@fcnq.ca