With more than 20 000 employees in Canada, insurance companies must offer stimulating work environments and effective equipment. Depending on the nature of their work, some employees see themselves having to move around frequently to meet service suppliers and retailers or to negotiate deals with travel agencies, for example. Also, insurance companies possess significant real estate and investment properties portfolios.
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The printing operator is responsible for the operation of numerical equipment to carry out different preparation tasks such as printing and managing all computing files.
The mail clerk is in charge of sorting mail and packages as much for reception as for internal and external expedition.
The messenger picks up and delivers letters, packages, messages and other articles in the same building or from one building to another.
The office clerk for material resources answers the requests for material supplies and the demands linked to the interior arrangement of the premises and the workstations, and carries out the tasks inherent to messaging and the reception.
The digitizer is responsible for the digitization and quality control of digitized documents.
The infographic attendant collaborates in the editing, page setup, lettering and preparation of production documents intended for printing, electronic edition or multimedia production.
The procurement Advisor answers the requests in computing and advertising material supplies, as well as other requests linked to the arrangement of the premises and workspaces, and carries out the tasks inherent to messaging.
The document management technician contributes to the implementation and maintenance of the organization’s documentary management system.
The archival technician realizes technical and operational activities, on top of accompanying clients in the use of systems and tools regarding the management of documentary content.
In collaboration with the project’s actors, the project manager in property management plans and supervises the entirety of the projects regarding real estate while defining the expected results and standards.
The planning technician contributes to a higher efficiency of the work teams while coordinating the linked tasks to the internal layout.
The building technician contributes to a higher efficiency of the work teams while carrying out diverse maintenance and repair tasks inside and/or outside of the buildings using hand or mechanical tools.
The building maintenance technician contributes to a higher efficiency of the work team while carrying out diverse maintenance and repair tasks inside and/or outside of the buildings using hand or mechanical tools.
The building Manager is responsible for the business relations relating to the entirety of services linked to his specialty within a business or network sector. He solves problems of a very high complexity with the elaboration and implementation of an integrated service offer. He assumes the responsibility of projects that could have an impact on the current business models. He assumes the role of a content expert and of a contact person for his unit and his clients.
The building mechanic technician is in charge of supporting and procuring technical services like the conception or elaboration and conduction of machine trials, of heating or ventilation installations. He supervises the construction projects and inspects the mechanical installations.
The stationary machinery mechanic contributes to the continuity and to a better productivity of operations via mechanical interventions like the realization of installation works, of preventive and curative maintenance works or of equipment conformity on a mechanical standpoint.
The property management consultant is in charge of administrating and coordinating the activities linked to the management and localization of fixed assets and of analyzing the profitability of investments while submitting the appropriate recommendations.
The building manager ensures the maintaining of a good satisfaction level among the tenants while keeping in regular contact with them, diligently answering their requests and organizing activities for them.
The foreman or department head is responsible for the organization, coordination and supervision of diverse tasks related to building operations.
The project management technician is in charge of carrying out the administrative support regarding the tracking of budgets and costs of projects, the preparation of order forms and contracts, the treatment of bills and any other administrative task related to his position.
The horticulturist is in charge of planting, transplanting and propagating seedlings and shrub, plants and flower seedlings.
The refrigeration mechanic is in charge of installing, maintaining, repairing and reviewing residential central cooling installations, commercial or industrial refrigeration and cooling installations, and combined heating, ventilating and cooling systems.
The buyer is responsible for the purchase of goods intended for the company’s different departments.