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STIHL Limited
Feb 27, 2020
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ADMINISTRATOR   STIHL Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG in Germany, is a leader in the distribution of chain saws and handheld outdoor power equipment in Canada.  We have an immediate opening at our London head office for the position of Accounts Payable Administrator.   This is a full-time permanent position and reports to the Accounting Supervisor.     DUTIES   Perform accounts payable duties – including posting and paying of invoices and employee expenses, responding to supplier and staff inquiries, general administrative and filing as required. Reconciliations of bank accounts, employee expenses and supplier statements. Maintain petty cash. Provide backup to assist with annual audit process, and tax audits as they occur. Preparing listings and reports, or assisting in data entry where required. Maintain accounting controls by following company policies and procedures; complying with government requirements     QUALIFICATIONS   Experience working cooperatively within a team-oriented environment Post-secondary education in accounting or related experience Experience with JD Edwards and SAP software a plus Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent organizational skills Detail and deadline oriented, while maintaining high level of accuracy. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, specifically Excel   We offer excellent working conditions, a competitive compensation package and a comprehensive benefits plan.  If you are interested in applying please email your resume to the attention of the Human Resources Manager, STIHL Limited - hr.canada@stihl.ca     We thank all applicants in advance; however only those under consideration will be contacted.   Accessibility accommodation is available in all aspects of the recruitment process. Applicants should make this known in advance.      
London Economic Development Corporation London, ON, Canada
Feb 24, 2020
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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Intern, Business Development Contract Position The London Economic Development Corporation   Company Address: 701-380 Wellington Street, London, Ontario   How to Apply: By e-mail to resumes@ledc.com   by Thursday, March 12 2020 4pm                          Attention: Robert Collins, Director, Workforce Development   Company Description :  The London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is the lead economic development agency for London, Canada. LEDC works with business, government and community partners to attract business investment, develop a connected and supportive business climate and grow London's talented workforce.   Activities : The FDI Intern will support LEDC’s FDI Business Development Team through the following activities:   Collaboration with Business Development team on files, initiatives, projects Research of target geographies, sectors and companies FDI proposals generation FDI content development Gathering of economic data, collecting community information Document preparation Development of business cases Assistance with FDI strategies including Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) related FDI strategies Other duties as assigned   Success: Success in this role will take the form of collaboration with members of the business development team to produce focused reports or content development in a timely manner within specified deadlines. This activity will lead to the attraction of companies to establish or expand operations in London.   Qualifications : a university degree or 3 year college diploma; strong research and writing skills; strong communications skills, comfort with MS Office products   Environment : LEDC is a high paced environment with stamina required for detailed reports and data gathering projects. Occasional participation in external initiatives will be required.   Reporting : Reporting to the Director, Business Development, the FDI Intern will self-report activities on a monthly basis and maintain an ongoing and comprehensive activities summary.   Contract: up-to 9 months    
STIHL Limited
Feb 21, 2020
STIHL Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG in Germany, is a leader in the distribution of chain saws and handheld outdoor power equipment in Canada.  We have an immediate opening at our London head office for a full-time PLANNING AND FORECASTING ANALYST r eporting to the Purchasing Manager. Key responsibilities will include: You will be responsible for aspects of our MRP system including annual planning and forecast maintenance. Production planning for in house manufactured / packed items. Spare parts analysis for new product introduction. Point of contact for STIHL’s spare parts pricing system. Monitor Sales and Purchase planning details with colleagues in Germany. Ensuring compliance with environmental reporting requirements . Provide back up to others in the Purchasing group.   Skills & Qualifications include: College or University graduate. Knowledge of MRP based systems, SAP experience is an asset. Strong Microsoft office skills including Excel and Power Point. Solid analytical skills needed to manage complex programs. Good judgment, problem solving skills and ability to apply practical knowledge.  Strong interpersonal and communication skills required to interact with dynamic internal stakeholders. Comfortable working in a fast-paced, time sensitive environment. Must be able to follow corporate direction and policies promoting excellence. Knowledge or experience in the outdoor power equipment industry would be an asset.   We offer excellent working conditions and a competitive compensation package.  If you are interested in applying, please email your resume to the attention of the Human Resources Manager, STIHL Limited - hr.canada@stihl.ca   We thank all applicants in advance; however only those under consideration will be contacted.   Accessibility accommodation is available in all aspects of the recruitment process. Applicants should make this known in advance.  

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