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Information Management Clerk

St. Lawrence Seaway

This is a Contract position in Cornwall, ON posted November 14, 2020.

Location: Cornwall Province: Ontario (CA-ON) Assignment : Temporary Role The Information Management Clerk is responsible for providing administrative support to the Administrative Services department in the areas of information records management and related services, in meeting its operational requirements and service delivery standards.

Responsibilities
– Execute administrative activities in support of the department, such as information management, word processing, proofreading, photocopying, supplies management, invoicing and mailroom services.

– Provide information and guidance in response to enquiries.

– Ensure proper information records management of paper and electronic Seaway files.

Key Competencies
– Job Knowledge
– Prioritizing and Organizing Work
– Delivering High Quality Work
– Demonstrating Initiative
– Interpersonal Skills Key Skills
– Clerical/Administrative
– Clerical Documentation Standards and Procedures
– Editing and Proofreading
– Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing in the language(s) of the position’s location
– Proficiency in applicable computer applications, tools and related office software (Microsoft Office, SAP, etc.) Experience and knowledge
– Minimum of one (1) year of experience in a related field.

– Knowledge of administrative practices, basic arithmetic, mailroom functions and information management.

– Knowledge of the applicable procedures, rules, standards and safe work practices with respect to performing duties.

Education
– High School Diploma Certifications Projected start date: December 14th, 2020 Hours of work: 37.5 per week Salary range:$CAN29.37/hour (min) to $CAN31.71/hour (max) Dedicated to the principles of employment equity.

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Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation is committed to building an inclusive, barrier-free workplace and encourages women, members of a visible minority group, Aboriginal persons and persons with disabilities to apply.