At Vicwest we are “Building for Tomorrow”.

Founded in 1930 and headquartered in Burlington, Ontario, Vicwest is a leading supplier of quality exterior building products for all segments of the construction industry across North America.

Career Success Begins With Vicwest – At Vicwest, the key to our success is the continuing success of our people.

What you can expect from Vicwest:

  • A SAFE Work Environment: Safety is our first priority
  • Competitive Wages
  • Long-term Employment Opportunities
  • Continuous Opportunities for Advancement
  • Dental and Health Benefits
  • Retirement Savings Plan
  • Employee Service Recognition Program

AVAILABLE POSITIONS:

“Our Reputation Stands On What We Build”

At Vicwest we are “Building for Tomorrow”, We are currently looking for an HR Generalist, Central and West Regions to cover a 14-month maternity leave at our Burlington office.

If you are looking to join a company that is customer focused and values product quality while driving innovation, then we want you on our team!

POSITION SUMMARY

The HR Generalist is accountable to the Director, Human Resources to administer national and divisional HR programs to client groups and act as a point of contact for employees and labour relations groups.  The incumbent is responsible to attract, motivate and retain talented and diverse employees to achieve Company objectives.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Leads the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and development of the company’s human resources strategies and procedures
  • Ensures company compliance with applicable laws, regulations, rules, and employment standards
  • Partners with management in communicating fair, compliant and consistent practices within all company policies, procedures, laws, standards and governmental regulations
  • Ownership of full cycle recruitment and selection process for both salaried and hourly openings, including internal transfers and promotions
  • Manages employee benefit, group retirement savings and disability management plans
  • Endorses and encourages company EAP (LifeWorks)
  • Maintains HR analytics and produces reports to assist in people-power management and aid in business decision making
  • Interprets policies and collective bargaining agreements, and responds to general employee inquiries
  • Provides day-to-day employee relations and performance counselling
  • Addresses and resolves any employee concerns or issues; conducts investigations as required
  • Conducts new hire orientation and on-boarding activities
  • Lead and administer the performance management process, including advising clients on coaching techniques, corrective action and career management matters
  • Manages and maintains accurate employee records within HRIS
  • Performs exit interviews and handles the termination process
  • Ensures strong communication of all employee programs in an effort to increase employee engagement and morale
  • Promotes continuous corporate improvement, including leadership development
  • HR Reporting on KPIs: recruitment, litigation, headcount, labour metrics (overtime, FTE, various other costs), salary increases, and turnover. Uploads weekly employee report from HRIS
  • This role is located in an office environment, with the need to visit manufacturing environments

SKILL, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • University degree or college diploma in a related field
  • 3 to 5 years of experience relative to HR
  • CHRL preferred
  • Fluency in maintaining HRIS; experience with Dayforce preferred
  • HR subject matter expert; sound knowledge of trends, legislation, jurisprudence and compliance obligations
  • Builds relationships at all levels of the organization
  • Demonstrated experience with advising, coaching and training management and employees
  • Adaptable, flexible and solutions oriented
  • Able to handle stressful situations with a high sense of urgency and confidentiality
  • Analysis of complex employee problems and ability to execute solutions
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment is an asset
  • Bilingualism (English and French) is an asset

 

Vicwest welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process.

 

Interested in this role?
Apply via email today vbphr@vicwest.com

“Our Reputation Stands on What We Build”

At Vicwest, we are “Building for Tomorrow”, we are currently looking for a Inside Sales Coordinator for our Victoriaville office.

If you are looking to join a company that is customer focused and values product quality while driving innovation, then we want you on our team!

Position Summary

 Under the Supervision of the Regional Sales Coordinator, the Inside Sales Coordinator provides customer service by responding to inquiries and complaints about products and services received by phone, fax or email.  Points commonly discussed may include but are not limited to price, delivery dates, adjustments, orders and other.

Key Accountabilities

  • Receive, analyze and coordinate activities related to the reception of orders from customers.
  • Follow up on orders by ensuring good communication to customers by providing them adequate information regarding the status of their orders.
  • Verify and enter information in the internal system as well as maintain complete and accurate sales order entry
  • Work with different partners (internal and external) to ensure that all customer needs are met. Make sure to maintain good communications and improve quality by following policies, reporting and tracking improvement opportunities.
  • Develop sales initiatives by researching and identifying potential opportunities by soliciting customers, maintaining good relationships, providing technical information and good communication as well as providing proposals.

Qualifications

  • University or college degree
  • Knowledge of the manufacturing environment is an asset.
  • Excellent relationship building skills.
  • Knowledge of our channels (agricultural, commercial and industrial) is an asset
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills (French and English is an asset)
  • Good time management skills and priority management
  • Solution oriented (creativity)
  • Methodical approach (plan, improve and perform)
  • Customer service oriented
  • Team spirited
  • Open minded
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite
  • Knowledge of SAP is an asset

 

Interested in this role?
Apply via email today vbphr@vicwest.com

Vicwest welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process.

“Our Reputation Stands on What We Build”
At Vicwest, we are “Building for Tomorrow”.

We are currently looking for an Accounts Payable Supervisor to work in our Victoriaville office

If you are looking to join a company that is customer focused and values product quality while driving innovation, then we want you on our team!

Position Summary
The Accounts Payable Supervisor supervises and coordinates the activities of the accounts payable clerks who work primarily on the entry of supplier invoices for payment. The incumbent prioritizes departmental tasks and ensures that deadlines are met (monthly and annually) while supporting the accounts payable team.

Key Accountabilities
• Enter invoices with purchase orders for the Eastern Region;
• Communicate with branches for clarification if there are problems;
• Communicate clearly with the payable team and provide support;
• Review payment lists and account analysis;
• Analyze general ledger accounts;
• Prepare journal entries;
• Follow up on purchases / purchase orders where an invoice as not been received;
• Answer suppliers’ questions for payments;
• Answer questions related to in-house staff billing, if necessary.

Qualifications
Education and experience:
• College degree in administration or commensurate experience
• A minimum of 5 years of experience in a related field is required
Skills:
• Comfortable with the tools of technology, and willingness to improve knowledge
• Conversant with Microsoft office suite of programs
• Demonstrate rigour and discipline in work methods
• Bilingual (English and French), and excellent communication skills
• Proven ability to work under pressure
• Ability to work alone or as a team
• Demonstrated ability to work in a changing environment
• Knowledge of SAP software is an asset
• Knowledge of Adobe Acrobat Reader is an asset

Interested in this role?
Apply via email today vbphr@vicwest.com

Vicwest welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the recruitment and selection process.