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Job OverviewThis position reports to the Human Resources Manager. This individual will provide human resources support for specific client groups and disciplines within the Industrial Automation division in Cambridge, Ontario.The HR Business Partner will be the go-to resource for People Managers and their teams for all human resources related matters. This individual will be a trusted resource for HR expertise as well as a coach and mentor to our employees. Major Duties:Provides Human Resources expertise, support, and guidance to assigned divisional leaders and their teams in the areas of workforce planning, recruitment, talent management, employee relations, organization design and restructuring, performance management, employee engagement, retention, and employee/leader development. Proactively partner with the business to understand critical business priorities and HR implications. With support of their manager, recommend, develop, and administer human resources policies, procedures, and programs in support of business initiatives ensuring compliance with governing regulations, internal policies, and best practices.Maintain an effective level of business literacy about the business unit's financial position, its midrange plans, its culture and its competition.Job DescriptionThis role encompasses a variety of responsibilities, including but not limited to the following: Business Partnership:Understand the critical objectives of the business and partner with the greater HR network to help influence the culture, create a positive employee experience, and champion relevant organizational changes and initiatives. Support complex employee mattersRecruitment and Onboarding:Actively involved in developing hiring plans in collaboration with business leaders.Supporting the recruitment and onboarding activities of top talent including co-ops, interns, apprentices, full-time employees and contractors.Partner with leaders to ensure new hires are properly on boarded.Performance Management and Employee Relations:Manage and facilitate the annual performance management cycle including supporting leaders in the development/establishment of annual goals, training new hires and leaders and facilitating calibration sessionsIdentify, evaluate and resolve employee relations issues that foster collaboration and improved performance.Participate and/or lead any progressive disciplinary actions, terminations, restructuring and change management activities.Talent Management and Employee Development:Coach and advise leaders on talent management best practices related to attracting, developing and retaining employees.Partner with the business and employees to define and develop career development plans, establish and maintain succession plans and foster and promote internal mobility.Compensation and Benefits:Administer the annual compensation review process within the guidelines of the annual performance review cycle. Recommend and develop the business case for compensation adjustments as required.Partner with the business leaders and HR leadership to establish pay scale guidelines.Assist employees with benefits enrollment, obtaining clarification on complex benefits claims and supporting and facilitating any claims management and return to work activities. Functional Enhancements:Contribute to continuous improvement ideas to enhance HR tools and processes and be an active participant in global ATS HR initiatives. Additional Responsibilities:Provide ongoing support and guidance to employees and leaders on HR programs, practices, policies, legislation and regulatory requirements.Support the management of illness or disability of employees related to either an occupational or a non-occupational absence and supporting the business with the development of RTW plans, accommodation, and injury/illness reporting.Provide leadership, mentor and direct the daily activities of junior team members as needed.Demonstrate a continuous improvement mindset related to health and safety, employee wellness offerings and environmental initiatives. Ensure data accuracy and integrity within all HR systems.QualificationsEducation:A post-secondary degree specializing in human resources or equivalent and completion or in pursuit of the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. Experience and Skills:Requires a minimum five (5) years of Human Resources experience in an HR Business Partner or HR Generalist capacity preferably within a manufacturing or engineering environment. Knowledge and experience across a broad range of HR disciplines including recruitment and selection, compensation practices, employee relations, performance management and practical knowledge and experience in the application of the Employment Standards Act (ESA) or local employment standards legislation.Ability to have difficult conversations with employees.Customer focused with proven relationship building strengths.Strong business acumen and analytic capability to identify and diagnose pressing business challenges.Financial acumen, competent in understanding financial statements and the overall financial health of the business.Strong communication and presentation skills with demonstrated ability to write clear, concise and compelling messaging.A self-starter with the ability to successfully manage multiple demands while continuing to be strategically focused.Proven ability to work closely with leaders to support the resolution of employee issues.Demonstrated ability to invite diverse perspectives, promote an inclusive work environment and support workforce diversityWhy Join ATS? Be a part of a global organization that is a leader in its industrySubsidized breakfast and lunch daily; free gourmet beverages - coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Plus, Treat Day is every other week!Monthly “In-Chair Massage” clinic on-site with a Registered Massage TherapistAbility to participate in a variety of charitable eventsSocial Club that offers BBQs and other social events throughout the yearWork with other bright, talented people and discover opportunities for professional growthAnd much more!ATS is in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA), 2005 and will, upon request, assist those who may require specific accommodations due to a personal disability. We would ask that those who require assistance to notify our offices as soon as possible if accommodation is necessary.
Job Description Position Title:Accounts Payable SpecialistDepartment:FinanceReports To:Accounts Payable Supervisor Role Summary:The ATS Shared Services Finance team is growing and adding a new Accounts Payable Specialist to the team! The Accounts Payable Specialist is responsible for administering and maintaining various accounting records and transactions for the company. In this role, you will also work with external vendors and internal teams to resolve invoicing issues. Responsibilities Responsible for invoice processing for a specific section of vendor alphabet for various ATS divisions. Maintain financial records related to assigned accounts using a variety of software applications and accounting software systems.Validate invoices, resolve issues with Supply Chain/vendors as required, ensure all approvals are obtained and process transactions as required within the accounting system.Prepare and process scheduled weekly/bi-weekly cheque runs and quick cheque runs on a rotating schedule.Respond and address all vendor concerns and questions and reconcile vendor statements to Supplier Ledger on a regular basis.Respond and address all divisional concerns and questions and provide backup when requested.Prepare and enter any accounts payable –related journal entries as required/requested by divisions.Complete month-end accrual spreadsheet as required and adhere to deadline.As coordinated by Team Supervisor, reconcile receipts not vouchered account and record any adjustments required.Work on special accounting projects as requested. Participate in process improvement activities and testing while ensuring key existing procedures, controls and segregation of duties are maintained. Requirements Education:A post-secondary diploma in business, accounting or finance or equivalent. Experience:1-2 years’ accounting or accounts payable experiencePrevious accounts payable experience in a manufacturing environment considered a strong assetExposure to PC computerized accounting systems and spreadsheets is essentialPrevious experience with JD Edwards and/or Tungsten considered an assetComfortable working both independently and supporting the larger Accounts Payable team as a contributing memberStrong communication skills, with the ability to work with diverse groups of both internal and external partnersFlexible and adaptable in dynamic and changing work environments, with the ability to pivot and change course as needed with deadlines and priorities
At Rogers, you’re connecting Canadians to what matters most and helping make our country even stronger. Through innovation, unique partnerships, a world-class network, and content Canadians love, we’re building that tomorrow, today. Because we’ve always believed the best is yet to come. Not only is our business strong, but so is our culture. We believe in challenging work, rewarding opportunities, and building an inclusive future for everyone so all of our team members feel proud to bring their whole selves to work. That’s why we believe in challenging work, rewarding opportunities, and building an inclusive future for everyone. Because when our team learns, grows, and reaches their true potential – we can make more possible. At Rogers, your journey is filled with limitless possibilities, build the future you want with us. Let’s make your possible at Rogers. As an organization that provides essential services, many of Rogers’ retail stores will continue to stay open to keep customers and Canadians connected. As we grow our team, the well-being of our team members remains our top priority. To ensure the health and safety of our team members, including those in the recruitment process, we’ve implemented several protocols and procedures. In Retail, we believe our people are the heart of our success. We don’t just embrace the latest technology and content - it’s part of who we are. We dive deep into how our products and services enhance our customer’s lives and we’re excited to show them how our technology can make more possible each and every day. We put our customers first in everything we do, and we’re committed to creating best-in-class customer experiences by connecting with our customers in our stores from coast-to-coast-to-coast. This is an opportunity for you to have a role that is both challenging and rewarding and helps build transferrable lifetime skills. Life at Retail – What We Offer…<<follow us to see more of life @ Rogers or follow us on LinkedIn>>We invest in our people to unleash their potential so we can win as a team! As part of the team, you will have access to a ton of amazing resources, discounts, and perks. To name a few: Competitive base pay plus commissionsUnlimited access to Headspace Premium for mindfulness trainingAccess to a virtual walk in clinic to connect with Healthcare Professionals from homeLIVX – Fitness Membership to attend classes virtuallyCompany matching contributions to charities you supportPaid time off for volunteeringGreat benefits, pension plan, RRSP, TFSA and Wealth Accumulation PlanEmployee discounts that can offer up to 50% off our products and servicesLeadership development, Mentorship and Coaching programs We genuinely care about each other and we’re committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse workplace at Rogers so all of our team members can bring their whole selves to work. We have employee resource groups that build awareness and a culture of allyship for equity-seeking groups, including groups representing People of Colour, LGBTQ2S+, Indigenous Peoples, Persons with Disabilities and Women. We all bring something different, and we know what makes you different makes us great.https://youtu.be/i8Cp-R42LtI What We’re Looking for…We’re looking for someone who is passionate about connecting with our customers and genuinely wants to help find the best product to meet their needs. Someone who has a deep passion to listen and genuinely want to help each person they connect with. This role is fast-paced, and the environment is ever changing. You will be challenged to ask the right questions to unlock the appropriate solutions. You will foster collaboration within your team and other departments in efforts to provide world class customer service. What You’ll Do…Our customers come first, and they inspire everything we do. As part of our team, your analytical expertise will be used showcase how our products and services can help make their possible everyday. You will have the opportunity to connect, develop relationships, and offer value-added solutions to customers in your local community. You will receive ongoing training and development to ensure you have all the necessary skills to navigate our systems and find the solutions and/or the products that best suit our customers. We are there when our customers need us so you will have the ability to work a flexible schedule. Who You Are…High School Diploma or equivalentExpert in communication and listeningStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsSkilled in delivering exceptional customer service and sales experienceAbility to work a flexible schedule (min 20 hours/week)Navigate multiple computer systems and multitask We are building for tomorrow and as we plan for the future to make more possible for our customers, we believe it starts with our retail team. At Rogers, your journey is filled with limitless possibilities - let’s make your possible. As part of the recruitment process, candidates will be required to complete an online assessment and provide consent for and successfully pass a criminal background check. Schedule: Part timeShift:VariableLength of Contract:Not Applicable (Regular Position)Work Location: 335 Hespeler Rd, Unit K105 (5319), Cambridge, ON Travel Requirements:Up to 10%Posting Category/Function:Retail (In Store / Hourly) & Sales and ServiceRequisition ID:244429 Together, we'll make more possible, and these six shared values guide and define our work: Our people are at the heart of our successOur customers come first. They inspire everything we doWe do what’s right, each and every dayWe believe in the power of new ideasWe work as one team, with one visionWe give back to our communities and protect our environment What makes us different makes us stronger. Rogers has a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. Everyone who applies for a job will be considered. We recognize the business value in creating a workplace where each team member has the tools to reach their full potential. At Rogers, we value the insights and innovation that diverse teams bring to work. We work with our candidates with disabilities throughout the recruitment process to ensure that they have what they need to be at their best. Please reach out to our recruiters and hiring managers to begin a conversation about how we can ensure that you deliver your best work. You matter to us! For any questions, please visit theRogers FAQ. Posting Notes: Retail || Canada (CA) || ON || Cambridge || [[mfield2]] ||