- We are currently recruiting for Customer Service, Telephone Sales & Activation, Customer Assistance, and TD Direct Investing. All postings can be viewed at www.jobs.td.com - Career development is important at TD. We are an organization of over 80,000 persons, and we work hard to promote from within. - In the Direct Investing area of TD, you will help out our self directed customers by providing information on the financial markets, and deepening customer relationships. The Toronto–Dominion Bank is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. It is one of the 5 largest Banks in Canada, and employs more than 80,000 people worldwide. Join Christopher A. Chapman - Senior Talent Acquisition Partner at TD Bank, as we explore how a Canadian professional can potentially enter the financial services industry. Based in Ottawa & Toronto, Christopher is involved in identifying and hiring new recruits to join TD Bank in Ontario, and across Canada.
Do you have experience in the Food and Beverage Manufacturing industry and are looking to get the Canadian training experience needed to further your career? Are you looking for a quicker transition into Canadian life with the training and skills food and beverage manufacturing companies need the most? Are you interested in a career change into one of Canada’s largest manufacturing Sectors? The Canadian Food and Beverage Manufacturing industry is an robust industry with tons of employment opportunities. In-TAC is excited to invite Mr. Andrew Racine to share his insights and expertise about this industry. In this webinar you will learn 1) About the Canadian Food and Beverage Manufacturing industry 2) The different career opportunities within 3) What courses and benefits are included in the program, and how to register. As Food Processing Skills Canada’s Stakeholder and Membership Engagement Coordinator, Andrew works closely with the Food & Beverage manufacturing industry to help provide meaningful solutions with employment, training, and funding needs. Over the past 3 years, Andrew has helped promote 100s of careers and affordable training through the Food Safety Employment Readiness Program.
Why is Sarnia-Lambton so convenient and competitive for trade geographically? - What are some of the main industries that employ and need new professionals in the region? - Where can I start my career in the region? What resources are there available? The Sarnia-Lambton area is a lakefront community in Southwestern Ontario and is competitively situated on the United States border. Lambton County is the birthplace of North America’s oil industry and today is Canada’s 2nd largest petrochemical cluster. Emerging employment opportunities exist in engineering, research & development, and bio industrial manufacturing. Join Cari Meloche from Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership as we explore the city, the region, opportunities for employment and career advancement in this affordable family-friendly city.
What are emerging technologies on the Canadian labour market? What is the digital economy trends in Canada? how to get prepared to secure work the Canadian workforce? In this webinar, In-TAC is pleased to invite Maryna Ivus and Anne Windle, both are managers of Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC), to bring in their Research and Job Readiness expertise. ICTC is the trusted source for evidence-based policy advice, forward looking research, and creative capacity building programs for the digital economy. The presenters will provide insight about the Canadian Labour Market from recent research that focuses on the future of ICT in Canada and what we can expect to see in over the next few years. About the presenters: Anne Windle, Manager, Immigration Programs. Anne’s 30+ year professional background includes Compensation and Benefits, Employee Relations, Labour Relations, Learning & Development and Recruitment. Anne is a certified Korn Ferry Voices 360 Coach, Succession Architect and Choices Facilitator, True Colors Facilitator, Achieve Global Facilitator and has her Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Step 1 Qualification. Her experience with ICTC as the Manager, Immigration Programs has focused on guiding clients to ensure they are prepared to secure work in the Canadian workforce. Maryna Ivus, Manager, Labour Market Research Motivated by the potential benefits technology can offer to society, and concerns of fairness, accountability and inclusivity, Maryna seeks to continue to contribute to critical conversations surrounding the development of Canada’s growing digital economy. Maryna holds a Masters of Economics degree from the University of New Brunswick. Maryna was involved in researching and writing a number of reports for ICTC, covering topics like the impact of emerging technologies on the labour market, the engagement of women in tech occupations, digital economy trends and many others.
How does the COVID-19 affect Shopify and its staff? What are the employment opportunities at Shopify？ What is Shopify looking for in an ideal candidate? In-TAC is please to invite Mr. Banjo Edu, a technical recruiter of Shopify to help you explore the opportunities at Shopify and how you can join them. Shopify is a leading global commerce company, providing trusted tools to start, grow, market, and manage a retail business of any size. Shopify makes commerce better for everyone with a platform and services that are engineered for reliability, while delivering a better shopping experience for consumers everywhere. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, Shopify powers over one million businesses in more than 175 countries and is trusted by brands such as Allbirds, Gymshark, PepsiCo, Staples, and many more. Banjo Edu has been with Shopify for over 3 years, he currently hires Software Developers, Designers, Front End Developers, and Product Managers. Banjo has a Masters in Environmental Policy from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Feel free to connect with him via LinkedIn.