Careers with Dollarama

We are presently recruiting for the following positions:

Compliance Specialist

Province:  Quebec

City:  Montréal

Department:  Compliance

Compliance Specialist

Position Summary

Reporting to the Director, Compliance & Regulatory Affairs, the Compliance Specialist will support all product compliance management activities. The Compliance Specialist will work collaboratively on projects with internal stakeholders such as Dollarama’s legal department and buyers, as well as with external vendors to support new product development and procurement processes and complete regulatory evaluation for new items.

Key Accountabilities

  • Collect and review technical labels, packaging, product formulations, and claims documentation to ensure the compliant labeling of products against the appropriate regulations, guidelines, and internal standards;
  • Conduct store report reviews and assignation of level of complaints;
  • Conduct product Material Safety Datasheet evaluations for Dangerous Goods classification based on product UN classification (flammable, corrosive, lithium batteries, etc) and maintain SDS Database up to date;
  • Support investigations related to product quality and safety issues raised internally, by customers, or by government agencies;
  • Support or initiate and follow up on corrective actions as required. Act with speed and efficiency during investigations and ensure timely resolution in collaboration with buyers and vendors;
  • Draft investigation reports and complete applicable electronic notification forms on Health Canada’s web platform;
  • Evaluate certification, audit and product technical reports to conduct product risk assessments for new and current vendors and make recommendations in accordance with applicable guidelines and standards;
  • Collect and review technical certificate of analysis to ensure products comply with specifications and meet appropriate standards;
  • Stay abreast of product safety and quality trends for various product categories such as consumer products, food products, natural health products, over the counter medications, cosmetics and medical devices;
  • Conduct sample evaluation in the normal course and as required during product investigations to ensure product quality consistency and determine on-going acceptability standards of existing products; and
  • Conduct batch release process for each reception in compliance with Health Canada Natural Health Product GMP guidelines and applicable Dollarama procedures.

Job Requirements

  • University degree, diploma, or DEC in Food Science, Nutrition, Chemistry or similar;
  • One (1) year of relevant experience obtained at either a retailer or a company in the food or health product regulated industry;
  • Knowledge and understanding of the applicable legislative and regulatory framework;
  • Able to work effectively as an individual and collaboratively with team members;
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills;
  • Well organized and detail oriented;
  • Ability to work in a fast paced and high-volume environment;
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills; and
  • Flexible and able to respond to occasional emergency product alerts on weekends.

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Supervisor, Assembly (evening)

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Centre

Supervisor, Assembly (evening)

Position Summary

Reporting to the Assembly Manager, the Supervisor will support the management team in planning and organizing daily assembly operations, optimizing resources and executing processes, as well as maintaining a safe and positive work environment while respecting the values and ethics of the company.

Key Accountabilities

  • Allocate team members according to the priorities and operational needs of the shift;
  • Evaluate and ensure the operational productivity of the assembly operations and implement action plans to minimize planning and execution discrepancies;
  • Monitor the productivity of the team leaders under his responsibility and subsequently of the workers under their own responsibility;
  • Promote OHS standards and the procedures to follow in the event of an accident in the workplace;
  • Ensure that the team operates in a safe environment and respects OHS standards;
  • Identify training needs within the team, coach workers and apply corrective measures as needed;
  • Identify issues related to the quality and management of the inventory activities, and propose action plans to the manager;
  • Ensure that the assembly team has at its disposal, at all times, the tools and materials necessary to ensure that operations function properly;
  • Contribute to operational fluidity within the department so that it is optimal;
  • Analyze and issue recommendations related to the work environment and the equipment used by the team;
  • Supervise the collection of data used for the production of KPIs and validate their integrity;
  • Participate in the implementation of continuous improvement procedures within the department;
  • Maximize resources based on absenteeism and operational needs;
  • Verify and validate timesheets in the Kronos software application;
  • Participate in the recruitment process and in the development of members within the department;
  • Review and ensure the integrity of the various reports for the department and explain any discrepancies raised by the reports.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in administration, supply chain management, operations management, or an equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a similar position;
  • Demonstrated ability to mentor, coach and develop a team;
  • Ability to coordinate several activities at the same time;
  • Good knowledge of the Office suite of applications, specifically Excel;
  • Ability to interpret performance indicators;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Organized, rigorous and great attention to detail.
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and high-volume environment.
  • #LI-ML1

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Team Leader, Distribution (evening shift)

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Centre de distribution

Team Leader, Distribution (evening shift)

Position Summary

Reporting to the Distribution Supervisor, the Team Leader will support the management team in planning and organizing the daily operations of the department, allocating resources and executing processes, as well as maintaining a safe and positive work environment while respecting the values and ethics of Dollarama.

Key Accountabilities

  • Analyze floor operations, define priorities and allocate team resources according to the operational needs of the work shift;
  • Ensure the operational productivity of the team and support members in achieving productivity targets;
  • Promote health and safety standards, and ensure that the team works in a safe environment;
  • Ensure that the inspection of equipment is done by workers and that mechanical problems are addressed;
  • Identify training needs for the distributors, and make recommendations for improvement;
  • Ensure the scanning of all pallets sent for distribution
  • Analyze distribution error reports and forward the information to the people concerned;
  • Coordinate with the central aisle department to respect the distribution of pallets by respecting the FIFO method;
  • Coordinate the use of electric pallet trucks at the start and end of the shift, and clean up at the end of the shift;
  • Generate worksheets for dispatchers, missing labels for distribution and productivity reports;
  • Control the fluidity of the department so that it is adequate;
  • Make recommendations related to the work environment and the equipment used by the team.

Job Requirements

  • College degree in administration, supply chain, operations management, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience;
  • Minimum of one (1) year of experience in a similar position;
  • Ability to coordinate several activities at the same time and manage priorities;
  • Good knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of applications, particularly Excel;
  • Good communication and leadership skills;
  • Organized, rigorous and great attention to detail;
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and high-volume environment.

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Team Leader, Distribution

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Center

Team Leader, Distribution

Position Summary

Reporting to the Distribution Supervisor, the Team Leader will support the management team in planning and organizing the daily operations of the department, allocating resources and executing processes, as well as maintaining a safe and positive work environment while respecting the values and ethics of Dollarama.

Key Accountabilities

  • Analyze floor operations, define priorities and allocate team resources according to the operational needs of the work shift;
  • Ensure the operational productivity of the team and support members in achieving productivity targets;
  • Promote health and safety standards, and ensure that the team works in a safe environment;
  • Ensure that the inspection of equipment is done by workers and that mechanical problems are addressed;
  • Identify training needs for the distributors, and make recommendations for improvement;
  • Ensure the scanning of all pallets sent for distribution
  • Analyze distribution error reports and forward the information to the people concerned;
  • Coordinate with the central aisle department to respect the distribution of pallets by respecting the FIFO method;
  • Coordinate the use of electric pallet trucks at the start and end of the shift, and clean up at the end of the shift;
  • Generate worksheets for dispatchers, missing labels for distribution and productivity reports;
  • Control the fluidity of the department so that it is adequate;
  • Make recommendations related to the work environment and the equipment used by the team.

Job Requirements

  • College degree in administration, supply chain, operations management, or an equivalent combination of education and work experience;
  • Minimum of one (1) year of experience in a similar position;
  • Ability to coordinate several activities at the same time and manage priorities;
  • Good knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of applications, particularly Excel;
  • Good communication and leadership skills;
  • Organized, rigorous and great attention to detail;
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and high-volume environment.
  • #LI-ML1

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Accounts Payable Clerk

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Finance

Accounts Payable Clerk

Position Summary

Reporting to the Accounts Payable Team Supervisor, the Accounts Payable Clerk is able to meet tight deadlines and manage a high volume of work. He or she will maintain, reconcile and process accounts payable transactions in an efficient, timely and accurate manner. The clerk will also perform a variety of tasks to ensure the effective and efficient operation of the Accounts Payable department.

Key Accountabilities

  • Set up, maintain and monitor accounts payable in accordance with Dollarama policies and good accounting practices;
  • Use the SAP system to match, verify and schedule payments;
  • Process all invoices and payment requests associated with payables accounts (local and/or international);
  • Follow up on unpaid invoices according to schedules;
  • Communicate with suppliers and administrative staff regarding missing documents or information, change requests or price discrepancies;
  • Reconcile supplier statements and issue credit/debit notes to suppliers when necessary.

Job Requirements

  • Post-secondary education in accounting, or equivalent;
  • One (1) to two (2) years of experience in accounts payable management and/or basic knowledge of accounting principles;
  • Work ethic, organizational skills and initiative;
  • Attention to detail, thoroughness and the ability to multi-task;
  • Problem solving, documentation and data analysis skills;
  • Ability to work in a team environment and independently while following instructions with an emphasis on accuracy and timeliness;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-volume environment;
  • Ability to effectively organize time and manage priorities;
  • Good knowledge of Excel and basic knowledge of the SAP application, an asset;
  • #LI-ME1

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Analyst, Compensation and HR

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Human Resources

Analyst, Compensation and HR

Position Summary

Dollarama is growing and we are looking for our new Compensation and HR Analyst to join our team. Reporting to the Compensation department Manager, the Analyst, will be responsible for performing financial and compensation data analysis. Prepare reports providing HR and Compensation metrics to help drive our business and improve overall employee experience. The Analyst will be part of implementing and administering compensation programs. The Analyst will take part of continuous improvement initiatives to build and transform HR processes, actively participating in developing innovative practices for more automated and data driven processes.

Key Accountabilities

  • Provides Compensation analysis, recommendations, and support to the business;
  • Participates in the improvements and designs of compensation programs;
  • Provides insights on headcount and workforce planning;
  • Prepares the annual compensation review process including budget calculations, training and communication materials, tool configurations and testing;
  • Validates and provides reporting on the annual compensation review process;
  • Builds, implements and maintains models and automated tools to help HR colleagues and the business;
  • Collaborates in developing an HR dashboard;
  • Performs various compensation and HR analysis;
  • Designs and produces various reporting requests;
  • Participates in the HR data governance and help maintain an integrity of data;
  • Assists in providing relevant data, trends and stats to improve and increase HR processes efficiency;
  • Assists in creating presentations for the executive management team and the Board.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Sciences, Mathematics or in a similar field;
  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a similar position;
  • Experience in the retail industry is a definite asset;
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
  • Organised, detail-oriented and great ability to play with numbers/data;
  • Ability to handle multiple requests with tight deadlines in a fast-paced and high-volume environment;
  • Great communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent knowledge of Excel; SAP is an asset.
  • #LI-AM1

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Manager, Warehouse

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Warehouse

Manager, Warehouse

Position Summary

The Warehouse Manager is a critical role as they will be responsible for supporting the business in achieving its goals through inbound receipt and management of product and outbound delivery of product to the distribution centre. The Warehouse Manager will be successful through managing people, processes and systems within the warehouse, ensuring productivity targets are met and maintained, workplace health and safety requirements are met, and taking responsibility for security of the building and stock.

Key Accountabilities

  • Financial and productivity management of operations, managing costs and budget of warehouse operations;
  • Planning, leading, and organizing the day-to-day operations of the warehouse, which includes but is not limited to, receiving merchandise, inventory management, configuration of available space, assembly, and order shipment;
  • Monitoring key indicators and adjusting direction and strategy as needed to maximize productivity in a multicultural, fast paced, and growing environment;
  • Establishing process and procedures and developing a workforce plan, which will optimize resources and results;
  • Establishing and maintaining a good relationship with the different functions, the distribution centre, and suppliers;
  • Fostering an environment where employees are engaged, committed and motivated, through providing strong coaching and development/learning opportunities;
  • Setting goals for employees, driving and managing performance;
  • Promoting and ensuring that all health and safety standards are met;
  • Ensuring the management of equipment and building maintenance;
  • Leading and coordinating the project management of warehouse improvement in order to meet the warehouse objectives; and
  • Upholding a building/facility that is well maintained (lighting, security, equipment).

Job Requirements

  • A University Degree, preferably in logistics management, inventory management, operations or industrial engineering.
  • A minimum of five (5) to seven (7) years’ experience in a management role, with a demonstrated understanding and experience of the overall supply chain concepts within a network. Experience ideally gained within the fast-moving retail sector.
  • Experience with Warehouse Management Systems is essential; ideally experience gained with radio frequency and SAP.
  • Demonstrated experience managing budgets and productivity levels.
  • Will demonstrate advanced competency in: problem solving, business and opportunity analysis.
  • The ideal candidate will have a high energy level, be self-motivated, results oriented as well as creative, innovative and flexible.
  • The incumbent will be able to point to specific examples of leading change initiatives and processes that have contributed to strong business results and led to the development of a high-performance organization.
  • The successful candidate will have a track record of managing and developing strong teams.
  • The ideal candidate will possess the following competencies: drive for results; interpretative and root cause analytics; effective team builder and ability to develop direct reports; business acumen; influencing skills; and strategic agility.
  • Fluency in French is required and functional ability in English is required.
  • Available to work the hours of the facility, with a 6:30 am start on average for the Manager, Monday through Fridays and some Saturdays during the high season. Conversely, during the low season there will be flexibility in hours for management.
  • #LI-ML1

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Supervisor, Assembly (day)

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Centre

Supervisor, Assembly (day)

Position Summary

Reporting to the Assembly Manager, the Supervisor will support the management team in planning and organizing daily assembly operations, optimizing resources and executing processes, as well as maintaining a safe and positive work environment while respecting the values and ethics of the company.

Key Accountabilities

  • Allocate team members according to the priorities and operational needs of the shift;
  • Evaluate and ensure the operational productivity of the assembly operations and implement action plans to minimize planning and execution discrepancies;
  • Monitor the productivity of the team leaders under his responsibility and subsequently of the workers under their own responsibility;
  • Promote OHS standards and the procedures to follow in the event of an accident in the workplace;
  • Ensure that the team operates in a safe environment and respects OHS standards;
  • Identify training needs within the team, coach workers and apply corrective measures as needed;
  • Identify issues related to the quality and management of the inventory activities, and propose action plans to the manager;
  • Ensure that the assembly team has at its disposal, at all times, the tools and materials necessary to ensure that operations function properly;
  • Contribute to operational fluidity within the department so that it is optimal;
  • Analyze and issue recommendations related to the work environment and the equipment used by the team;
  • Supervise the collection of data used for the production of KPIs and validate their integrity;
  • Participate in the implementation of continuous improvement procedures within the department;
  • Maximize resources based on absenteeism and operational needs;
  • Verify and validate timesheets in the Kronos software application;
  • Participate in the recruitment process and in the development of members within the department;
  • Review and ensure the integrity of the various reports for the department and explain any discrepancies raised by the reports.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in administration, supply chain management, operations management, or an equivalent combination of education and experience;
  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a similar position;
  • Demonstrated ability to mentor, coach and develop a team;
  • Ability to coordinate several activities at the same time;
  • Good knowledge of the Office suite of applications, specifically Excel;
  • Ability to interpret performance indicators;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Organized, rigorous and great attention to detail;
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and high-volume environment.
  • #LI-ML1

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Assistant Manager, Distribution (evening shift)

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Centre

Assistant Manager, Distribution (evening shift)

Position Summary

Reporting to the Manager, Distribution, the Assistant Manager will have to plan and organize the daily operations of the Distribution Department on his shift, optimize resources and the execution of processes and maintain a safe and positive work environment by respecting the values and business ethics of the Company.

Key Accountabilities

  • Operation Reporting
  • Analyze the distribution operations during his shift, define priorities and allocate team members according to operational needs;
  • Evaluate and ensure the operational productivity of his team and participate in performance management;
  • Analyze reports related to his department and take necessary actions.
  • Production Management
  • Ensure the standardization of procedures and work methods between the different sectors of his shift as well as with other shifts;
  • Participate in the definition and communication of overall performance objectives to the Distribution Management Team (supervisors and team leaders);
  • Carry out active supervision rounds;
  • Communicate and raise the awareness of the supervisors and other managers of OHS standards and the procedures to follow in the event of a work accident;
  • Ensure that the team works in a safe environment and complies with OHS standards;
  • Ensure that material resources are used optimally;
  • Ensure the accuracy and quality of the assembly of the pallets produced.
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Participate in the analysis and formulate recommendations related to the work environment and the equipment used by the team;
  • Be a proactive force in identifying opportunities for improvement within his department;
  • Act as a catalyst for operational changes related to his department by communicating and supporting the various stakeholders.
  • Management
  • Verify and validate timesheets in Kronos;
  • Manage the staff of the teams assigned to him (recruitment, leave, rest, on-call duty, professional interview, assessment interview);
  • Participate in the definition of the development plan in order to promote the continuous evolution of the skills of his team, coach the supervisors and apply corrective measures as needed;
  • Replace the Distribution Manager when necessary.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Administration, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, or an equivalent combination of studies and experience;
  • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in a similar position;
  • Proven track record in implementing and managing growth in operations;
  • Proven ability to mentor, coach and develop a team;
  • Ability to coordinate multiple activities simultaneously;
  • Good knowledge of the Office suite of applications, particularly Excel, Word and Outlook;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Analytical skills, organized and keen attention to detail;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, high-volume environment;

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Replenishment Analyst

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Replenishment

Replenishment Analyst

Position Summary

As a member of the Replenishment team, the Replenishment Analyst will carry out various analysis related to replenishment and sales performance of different product categories, review existing replenishment processes, and provide recommendations on improvements, as well as develop new management tools and reports.

Key Accountabilities

  • Review sales and inventory forecasts at article and company levels;
  • Use sound judgments to analyze results (versus historical and/or forecast) and provide explanations;
  • Monitor warehouse and store inventory position;
  • Prepare various analysis and reports for buyers and management;
  • Build new reports;
  • Review and map existing replenishment processes and recommend improvements;
  • Work with functional analyst/IT to automate existing processes and reports;
  • Monitor and manage timelines for the projects, and
  • Create reports that clearly state the progress on specific deliverables.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain, Logistics, Finance or similar;
  • One (1) to three (3) years of related experience in an analytical role;
  • Experience in product/retail environment is a definite asset;
  • Proficient in the development of MS Excel spreadsheets;
  • Strong analytical skills in order to secure relevant information, identify key issues and determine appropriate course of action;
  • Quick learner with an ability to effectively operate under tight deadlines;
  • Strong problem-solving skills combined with a keen attention to detail; and
  • Knowledge of SAP, an asset.
  • #LI-NG1

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Manager, Agency Relations

Province:  Quebec

City:  Montreal

Department:  Distribution Centre

Manager, Agency Relations

Position Summary

Under the supervision of the Senior Director of the Distribution Centre (DC), the incumbent is responsible for the overall management of temporary staff placement agencies both at the level of the distribution centre and in the warehouses. He assumes the role of speaker with agency managers and he establishes and maintains effective working partnerships.

Key Accountabilities

  • Maintain a long-term strategic relationship with the agencies;
  • Coordinate all internal movements of agency personnel;
  • Oversee administrative processes, including invoicing;
  • Manage the contractual relationship with agencies (communicate requirements, analyze staffing rates, track corrective actions, deal with agency issues, onboarding process for new agencies, etc.);
  • Support senior management in contract negotiations and act as liaison officer between legal services and Dollarama agencies regarding contractual clauses;
  • Advise managers at the DC and warehouses on agency issues;
  • Ensure compliance with agency agreements;
  • Develop, implement and monitor key performance indicators (KPIs) to improve and track agency staff performance;
  • Provide support and act as liaison officer with the DC and warehouses in terms of communication, process improvement and any other requests relating to agency processes;
  • Prepare reports and statistics relating to agency performance;
  • Request and follow up on the action plan regarding temporary worker performance issues;
  • Plan, manage and control the entire agency billing process (accuracy of rates, timesheets, bonuses and contract requirements);
  • Validate training objectives and requirements;
  • Participate in the delivery of training;
  • Participate in the development, drafting and maintenance of administrative procedures;
  • Manage agency-related clerks and Dollarama liaison supervisors;
  • Support and participate in the improvement of monitoring systems with agencies (Kronos).

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Industrial Relations or Human Resources Management, or in a related field (an asset);
  • Professional title in human resources (an asset);
  • At least five (5) years of experience in a similar position;
  • Experience in resource planning;
  • Experience in dealing with temporary staff agencies (an asset);
  • Intermediate or advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Automation applications such as Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook;
  • Good knowledge of SAP (an asset);
  • Abilities
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
  • Possess strong interpersonal skills;
  • Be recognized for creating and consolidating multiple partnerships;
  • Be customer oriented;
  • Possess negotiation skills;
  • Show leadership and the ability to influence positively;
  • Be autonomous and show initiative;
  • Demonstrate a problem-solving and decision-making approach;
  • Possess a developed sense of organization;
  • Possess the ability to analyze data and provide a summary of analyses;
  • Possess the ability to understand business priorities and issues, and their impact on employees;
  • Be able to act as an agent of change with the ability to integrate strategic issues to achieve results;
  • Be able to manage several mandates and projects at the same time and to obtain results.
  • #LI-CM1

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Buyers Administrative Clerk

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Buying

Buyers Administrative Clerk

Position Summary

Working within Dollarama’s Buying and Import department, the Buyers Administrative Clerk’s main responsibility is to provide support by assisting the team of Buyers and Assistant Buyers with administrative duties.

Key Accountabilities

  • Assist in all daily administrative tasks related to samples;
  • Create article and vendor setup in the system (SAP);
  • Evaluate samples and approvals (preproduction and production samples);
  • Maintain up to date information on product weight, dimensions, pictures, specifications, etc; and
  • Engage in email correspondence with the suppliers and vendors.

Job Requirements

  • Diploma, DEC or AEC in Supply Chain or related field;
  • One (1) to two (2) years of experience in an administrative role or data entry function;
  • Experience in the retail sector (an asset);
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple requests at a time;
  • Ability to work with tight deadlines and changing priorities;
  • Strong organizational skills combined with a keen attention to detail;
  • Proficient in MS Office; and
  • Knowledge of SAP (an asset).
  • #LI-NG1

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Team Leader, Warehouse

Province:  Quebec

City:  Montréal

Department:  Warehouses

Team Leader, Warehouse

Position Summary

Under the supervision of the Warehouse Manager, the Team Leader is responsible for supporting the planning of the warehouse activities, optimising resources and execution of processes, ensuring the inventory accuracy and maintaining a positive and safe work environment while respecting values and business ethics.

Key Accountabilities

  • Plan and prioritize the warehouse activities pertaining to the specific area (reception, storage and expedition);
  • Manage the individual KPI's of his team (CVP audit and follow up etc.);
  • Lead team meetings to communicate evening plan (lifts and trans-pallets drivers, containers, etc.);
  • Propose solutions to optimize productivity through process review and solve problems;
  • Run reports many times a night to follow up on action plans, gaps like missing boxes, pick and put priorities etc.;
  • Check on prices errors;
  • Issue CVP reports, communicate actions plans and decide on evening shift priorities;
  • Conduct research on SAP as needed and address discrepancies;
  • Promote best practices and compliance with Health and Safety norms;
  • Prepare and participate in the transition meeting between the day and evening team – ensuring all information is passed on to the day shift;
  • Coach and develop team members;
  • Develop evening action plans based on SAP data, incidents, CVP meetings etc. and enter in UTRACK;
  • Prepare pick for next day;
  • Conduct audit on CDI process.

Job Requirements

  • Two (2) to five (5) years of experience in a supervisory role;
  • Good knowledge of WMS (Warehouse Management Systems);
  • Good knowledge of Excel; SAP is an asset;
  • Good communication and coaching skills;
  • Good organizational skills, teamwork, detail-oriented and ability of getting results in a fast-paced environment;
  • Bilingual (French and English).
  • #LI-AM1

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Clerk, Showroom

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Showroom

Clerk, Showroom

Position Summary

The Clerk, Showroom must ensure the ongoing functioning of the company’s showroom located at the head office and support the buyers and merchandising team in all operations related to samples in the showroom.

Key Accountabilities

  • Respond to buyer's inquiries related to the products available in the showroom;
  • Scan, sort and determine product's location;
  • Validate and review product information in the SAP software;
  • Present products appropriately in accordance with previously established merchandizing plans;
  • Maintain and update visual standards according to the product catalogue;
  • Carry out the assembly and disassembly of the displays according to the changes requested using the planograms;
  • Receive and sort the samples, determine their nature and category, and merchandize them in the appropriate area;
  • Collaborate with other team members towards achieving the department's goals.

Job Requirements

  • Experience in a similar position is an asset;
  • Ability to work in a team and independently while following instructions;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, high volume and changing environment
  • Detail oriented, organized, and ability to manager priorities;
  • Demonstrated speed of execution;
  • Computer skills and knowledge of the MS Office Suite.
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