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Junior Coordinator, Global Immigration

KPMG Canada

This is a Contract position in Kanata, ON posted July 11, 2021.

Overview You’ve got big plans.

We have opportunities to match, and we’re committed to empowering you to become a better you, no matter what you do.

When you join KPMG you’ll be one of over 227,000 professionals providing audit, tax, advisory, and business enablement services across 146 countries.

With the support to do things differently, grow personally and professionally, and bring your whole self to work, there’s no limit to the impact you can make.

Let’s do this.

The opportunity: KPMG’s Immigration Law practice is looking for a Junior Immigration Coordinator, to join our Global Immigration Law group for support on daily clerical and administrative activities.

You will be part of a busy, fast-paced and ever-changing environment.

We need proactive individuals who are effective communicators, have proven written and proofreading skills as well as a high attention to detail.

Your keen interest in the Immigration field is highly welcomed.

About the team: KPMG Law LLP is a national law firm with offices in Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary and Montreal.

Our assistants work closely with the lawyers to provide a superior client experience.

KPMG Law LLP is affiliated with the professional services firm of KPMG LLP.

To learn more about KPMG Law LLP visit our website here.

What you will do Immigration: Research the appropriate legal documents required for the application process and prepare instruction document lists accordingly Prepare and/or review all collected forms and documents for accuracy and consistency Assist with obtaining legal documents (birth certificates, police clearances etc) Manage files for the cancellation of work permits Prepare supporting documents (letters, application forms etc.) Make trips to various consulates to submit and/or pick up documents Manage and co-ordinate the legalization of documents Conduct all work within established time standards Handle a high volume of immigration-related matters Develop an informative communication stream with immigration administrators/lawyers Any duties assigned by the Immigration Administrator/lead lawyer Administration: Ensure that all client correspondence, documents and relevant data fields are recorded in internal database Collect invoices, annotate billing codes, and submit to Global Team billing upon receipt Send files to billing once the immigration process is complete Filing, faxing, photocopying and mailing/courier Any other administrative responsibilities as required What you bring to the role 1-2 years of office/administrative experience, ideally within a legal work environment College diploma or University degree an asset Customer service focused Knowledge of immigration practices and procedures an asset Ability to travel to various consulates to submit and/or pick up documents Immigration experience a strong asset but not required Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy Ability to locate and research information efficiently, to use it effectively, and to evaluate the quality of the information Strong time management skills Ability to demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills within a fast-paced environment Ability to communicate responsibly and promote effective working relationships Keys to your success: Strong organizational and computer skills like Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook Ability to multi-task and meet competing deadlines Highly motivated and ability to work with minimal supervision Learn more about where a career at KPMG can take you.

Our Values, The KPMG Way Integrity, we do what is right | Excellence, we never stop learning and improving | Courage, we think and act boldly | Together, we respect each other and draw strength from our differences | For Better, we do what matters KPMG in Canada is a proud equal opportunities employer and we are committed to creating a respectful, inclusive and barrier-free workplace that allows all of our people to reach their full potential.

A diverse workforce is key to our success and we believe in bringing your whole self to work.

We welcome all qualified candidates to apply and hope you will choose KPMG in Canada as your employer of choice.

If you have a question about accessible employment at KPMG, or to begin a confidential conversation about your individual accessibility or accommodation needs through the recruitment process, we encourage you to contact KPMG’s Employee Relations Service team for support at email: cdnersteamkpmg.ca or phone: 416-777-8002 or toll free 1-888-466-4778 Option 3.

For general recruitment-related inquiries, please contact the HR Delivery Centre at cafmcdnhrsthotlinekpmg.ca.1-2 years of office/administrative experience, ideally within a legal work environment College diploma or University degree an asset Customer service focused Knowledge of immigration practices and procedures an asset Ability to travel to various consulates to submit and/or pick up documents Immigration experience a strong asset but not required Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy Ability to locate and research information efficiently, to use it effectively, and to evaluate the quality of the information Strong time management skills Ability to demonstrate analytical and problem solving skills within a fast-paced environment Ability to communicate responsibly and promote effective working relationships Keys to your success: Strong organizational and computer skills like Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook Ability to multi-task and meet competing deadlines Highly motivated and ability to work with minimal supervision Learn more about where a career at KPMG can take you.Immigration: Research the appropriate legal documents required for the application process and prepare instruction document lists accordingly Prepare and/or review all collected forms and documents for accuracy and consistency Assist with obtaining legal documents (birth certificates, police clearances etc) Manage files for the cancellation of work permits Prepare supporting documents (letters, application forms etc.) Make trips to various consulates to submit and/or pick up documents Manage and co-ordinate the legalization of documents Conduct all work within established time standards Handle a high volume of immigration-related matters Develop an informative communication stream with immigration administrators/lawyers Any duties assigned by the Immigration Administrator/lead lawyer Administration: Ensure that all client correspondence, documents and relevant data fields are recorded in internal database Collect invoices, annotate billing codes, and submit to Global Team billing upon receipt Send files to billing once the immigration process is complete Filing, faxing, photocopying and mailing/courier Any other administrative responsibilities as required