Careers with Dollarama

We are presently recruiting for the following positions:

Senior Manager, ESG

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  N/A

Senior Manager, ESG

Position Summary

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Senior Manager, ESG is responsible for leading the delivery of ESG strategies, sustainability reporting, initiatives, and programs. Acting as liaison person between internal and external stakeholders, the Senior Manager ensures ESG compliance, standards and documentations are developed in alignment with key functional leaders and company objectives and values.

Key Accountabilities

  • Lead due diligence preparations, identifying and reporting on ESG factors, market intelligence reports, and carbon emissions tracking;
  • Develop and deliver the annual ESG report;
  • Develop external ESG communications in collaboration external communications advisors;
  • Strong understanding of financial value and sustainable values;
  • Manage financial and non-financial reporting and tracking for the overall ESG report and initiatives;
  • Develop executive level presentations and reports, and lead the preparation of meeting materials for various leadership and team meetings;
  • Lead the implementation of specific ESG Initiatives by working in collaboration with functional leaders.

Job Requirements

  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant experience in ESG and/or sustainable finance in industry and/or consulting;
  • A Bachelor's degree with equivalent experience. Candidates with CPA/ pursuing CPA will also be considered, with relevant advisory experience;
  • Very strong understanding of SASB and TCFD frameworks as well as methodologies of rating agencies such as MSCI;
  • Understanding of environmental stewardship programs;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced professional environment;
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills;
  • Experience with sustainability management and reporting frameworks.
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Senior Analyst, FP&A

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Finance

Senior Analyst, FP&A

Position Summary

Reporting directly to the Manager, FP&A, the Senior Analyst, FP&A will support the Manager and work closely with the VP of Corporate Finance & Treasury on various budget, forecasting and operations related analysis in order to support business decision making.

Key Accountabilities

  • Assist in building the annual corporate budget;
  • Update the financial model monthly;
  • Perform payback analysis on recently opened stores;
  • Create, adapt and/or modify management reports related to budgets, forecasting or operations;
  • Perform various analysis of financial and operational performance;
  • Build and maintain models and business cases;
  • Implement new work tools and performance indicators;
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly financial reporting for the VP, Corporate Finance & Treasury as well as the CFO;
  • Assist in creating presentations for the executive management team and the Board.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or in a similar field;
  • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in a similar position;
  • Experience in the detail industry is a definite asset;
  • Professional designation (CPA, CFA) or be in the process of getting one is an asset;
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and financial modeling 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;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).
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Translator

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Projects & Systems

Translator

Position Summary

As a member of the Project Management team, the Translator is responsible for translating various documents accurately and within the required deadlines. The incumbent works in close collaboration with multiple functions in the company to ensure consistent and compliant translation.

Key Accountabilities

  • Translate various documents for the Project Management team, including process mapping;
  • Translate memos, posters for stores, and content for the Dollarama website;
  • Translate a variety of documents for other functions, including Human Resources, Ecommerce, Finance, and Legal;
  • Communicate with different departments at the head office to obtain additional information or clarifications as needed;
  • Ensure that the content of the various texts is coherent and consistent with the company's culture;
  • Collaborate with the Project Management team and other functions to ensure that translations are completed on time;
  • Review various texts in French and English and make corrections as needed; and
  • Perform any other related tasks.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Translation, or a combination of relevant education and experience;
  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a similar role;
  • Good command of Microsoft Office suite;
  • Ability to adapt quickly, and able to support different stakeholders from all levels and departments;
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced and high volume environment;
  • Demonstrated ability to handle confidential information in a professional manner;
  • Thorough, organized, autonomous, and versatile;
  • Excellent attention to detail and good communication skills; and
  • Bilingual (French and English); Spanish is an asset.

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Team Leader, Distribution

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Centre

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;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).
  • #LI-ME1

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Assistant Buyer

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Buying

Assistant Buyer

Position Summary

Reporting to the Buyer, the Assistant Buyer will be accountable in assisting, maintaining and developing the assigned product categories. The person will gather and analyze information for merchandising plans, improve product offerings, prepare various reports and maintain relationships with vendors.

Key Accountabilities

  • Identify new opportunities, such as new items presented by key vendors, sourcing items from other retailers, analyzing the market in identifying retail opportunities, and maximizing trends;
  • Maintain and analyze product categories and ensure the correct cost;
  • Visit competing retailers and identify product and retail pricing opportunities;
  • Identify and propose new product selection by spending time in our stores;
  • Find new suppliers by attending Trade Shows in Asia*;
  • Understand vendors' strengths and weaknesses to limit risk;
  • Ensure the quality of goods through supervision of approval samples;
  • Assist in the completion and tracking of purchase orders; and
  • Attend buyer meetings, seasonal presentations and travel with the Buyer as needed*.
  • ** International travel is expected in this role, pending COVID-19 restrictions**

Job Requirements

  • Diploma, DEC or AEC in Supply Chain or relevant field;
  • Two (2) to five (5) years of buying experience in the retail or import industry;
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills combined with a keen attention to detail;
  • Strong decision-making skills with the ability to handle tight deadlines and many competing priorities;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and high volume environment;
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills with ability to build working relationships;
  • Knowledge of MS Office is required with proven Excel ability;
  • Knowledge of SAP, an asset;
  • Flexible and available to travel when necessary; and
  • Bilingual (English and French).
  • #LI-NG1

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Junior Analyst, Replenishment

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Replenishment

Junior Analyst, Replenishment

Position Summary

As a member of the Replenishment team, the Junior Analyst will be responsible for ensuring a timely coordination and execution of the main seasonal purchasing activities such as assortment review, placing orders, follow up with vendors on PO confirmation, and monitoring shipping delay.

In addition, the Junior Analyst will carry out various analysis related to replenishment and sales performance of different product categories, create new ad-hoc reports, and participate in the development and testing of the new SAP tools and reports. This position is to support our South American partner, Dollarcity, which operates in Salvador, Guatemala, Colombia, and Peru.

Key Accountabilities

  • Review seasonal assortments prior to the purchasing for the new season year;
  • Review and update master data parameters to ensure data inputs are correct in SAP;
  • Place purchasing orders and follow up on vendor production/shipping delays;
  • Generate reports to provide visibility for seasonal product flows, inventory, lead times, etc.;
  • Review sales and inventory forecasts at article and company levels;
  • Create ad-hoc analysis in support of Replenishment business issues; and
  • Participate in the development and testing of the new SAP tools and reports.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain, Logistics, Finance, Business, or similar;
  • One (1) to two (2) years of experience in a product/retail environment is a strong asset;
  • Proficiency in the development of MS Excel spreadsheets and a good working knowledge of MS Word and PowerPoint;
  • Strong analytics skills combined with a keen attention to detail;
  • Quick learner with an ability to effectively operate under tight deadlines;
  • Knowledge of SAP (an asset); and
  • Bilingual (English and French).
  • #LI-NG1

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Consolidation Clerk

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Import

Consolidation Clerk

Position Summary

Reporting to the Manager, Import, the Consolidation Clerk will be responsible to provide support throughout the steps of the transportation and import process.

Key Accountabilities

  • Contact suppliers mainly in China in order to make sure goods are ready on time;
  • Arrange shipments out from overseas and ensure full containers;
  • Check cargo's volume, weight, and consolidate LCL cargo into containers;
  • Coordinate with suppliers and freight forwarders;
  • Follow up on late shipments and delayed orders; and
  • Insert data into ERP system (SAP).

Job Requirements

  • College Diploma (AEC) in Transportation, Logistics or in a similar field;
  • One (1) to two (2) years of experience in an import/export or logistics role;
  • Good analytical skills combined with a keen attention to detail;
  • Strong problem solving skills;
  • Capacity to work in a fast-paced environment with high volume;
  • Knowledge of MS Office is required with proven Excel ability;
  • Knowledge of SAP, an asset; and
  • Fluent in English, oral and written (French is an asset).

If you are excited by the opportunity to join a dynamic team and work for a highly successful and growing Canadian company, please send us your resume.
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Data Entry Clerk, Payroll

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Payroll

Data Entry Clerk, Payroll

Position Summary

*Six (6) month contractual position*
As a member of the payroll team, the clerk is responsible for entering data in the SAP software and the Kronos platform.

Key Accountabilities

  • Enter payroll data in employee payroll records in the SAP software at all payroll periods;
  • Manually enter time data in Kronos: modifications to vacation schedules, vacation adjustments during "retroactive" periods, historical entries and corrections to timesheets;
  • Validate the data entered in the various systems to ensure accuracy;
  • Take note of any discrepancies or errors in order to correct them on a daily basis;
  • Contact store managers by phone in the event of issues or incomplete data;
  • Assist the payroll technician in some of his functions, if necessary;
  • Perform all other related tasks in the payroll department.

Job Requirements

  • High school diploma;
  • A minimum of one (1) year of relevant experience;
  • Knowledge of SAP HR / Payroll and Kronos (an asset);
  • Attention to detail and precision as well as thoroughness;
  • Computer-literate person with good knowledge of Excel;
  • Ability to perform individual work in a dynamic work environment;
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).
  • #LI-ME1

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Team Leader, Assembly

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Centre

Team Leader, Assembly

Position Summary

We are looking for dynamic, rigorous individuals, who love teamwork and who can support the management team in planning and organizing the daily operations of the department, while maintaining a positive work environment, and respecting the values and ethics of Dollarama.

Key Accountabilities

  • Carry out active supervision rounds;
  • 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, support members in achieving productivity targets, and follow up on the development and progress of new team members;
  • Promote health and safety standards, and the procedures to be followed in the event of a work-related accident;
  • Ensure that the team works in a sage environment and respects OHS standards;
  • Identify training needs for the team members, and make recommendations for improvement;
  • Complete the various production and 5S method reports;
  • Ensure the maintenance of procedures regarding the quality of the final product;
  • Participate in the implementation of continuous improvement procedures;
  • 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

  • One (1) year of relevant experience in a similar position;
  • Ability to coordinate several activities at the same time;
  • Good knowledge of the Office Suite, particularly with Excel;
  • Good communication and leadership skills;
  • Organized, rigorous and detail-oriented;
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and high-volume environment;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).
  • #LI-ML1

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Import Clerk

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Import

Import Clerk

Position Summary

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Logistics, the Import Clerk is responsible for providing accurate documentation for inbound and outbound shipments and following up on all issues related to shipments.

Key Accountabilities

  • Follow shipments from overseas until delivery to our warehouses;
  • Deal with vendors, carriers, freight forwarders and transportation companies to ensure inbound shipments move in an efficient way;
  • Validate all vendor's shipping documents for payment and customs clearance;
  • Complete inbound and shipment documents in a timely manner for both import and direct sourcing shipments;
  • Update all associated costs in SAP;
  • Deal with vendors for empty space issues;
  • Verify and process freight bills in a timely manner; and
  • Other duties assigned to support the team.

Job Requirements

  • College Diploma (AEC) in Transportation, Logistics or in a similar field;
  • One (1) to two (2) years of experience in an import/export or logistics role;
  • Good analytical skills combined with a keen attention to detail;
  • Strong problem solving skills;
  • Capacity to work in a fast-paced environment with high volume;
  • Knowledge of MS Office is required with proven Excel ability;
  • Knowledge of SAP, an asset; and
  • Fluent in English, oral and written (French is an asset).
  • #LI-NG1

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Coordinator, Import

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Import

Coordinator, Import

Position Summary

Reporting to the Senior Coordinator, the Import Coordinator will support by leading and coordinating the team assignments to ensure efficiency, accuracy and tasks deadlines. The incumbent will act as the liaison between the Import Clerks and Management.

Key Accountabilities

  • Coordinate and assign tasks among team members;
  • Perform data entry of the sales contracts into SAP;
  • Identify import issues, analyze, and assist with resolution for complex problems;
  • Responsible for initial training of employees (new hires, revised procedures, and SAP);
  • Convert/create purchase orders and new articles in ERP system;
  • Perform data analysis and reporting;
  • Follow-up on repeat orders;
  • Communicate with vendors;
  • Evaluate the appropriate shipping method in accordance with incoterms;
  • Convert measurements to optimize and consolidate cargo's volumes and weights; and
  • Confirm time, price, and number of items with suppliers.

Job Requirements

  • Diploma, AEC or DEC in Transportation, International Commerce, Logistics or similar field;
  • Five (5) years of experience in import, retail industry an asset;
  • Two (2) years of experience with SAP MM;
  • Advanced Microsoft Office knowledge and skills;
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills;
  • Ability to motivate and lead team members in achieving the department's objectives and goals;
  • Ability to multitask and work in a fast-paced environment with high volume;
  • Well organized, meticulous and detail oriented;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; and
  • Bilingual (French and English).
  • #LI-NG1

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Administrative Clerk, Art

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Art

Administrative Clerk, Art

Position Summary

*Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop is a must*

The Clerk provides support the graphic design team by updating artwork, communicating with suppliers and providing administrative support to the department.

Key Accountabilities

  • Update existing artwork and occasionally create new art;
  • Communicate with vendors and send artwork to them;
  • Contact suppliers to obtain information and send final artwork;
  • Keep track and order supplies for the art department;
  • File the artwork and assist with all administrative tasks required in the department.

Job Requirements

  • College diploma in a relevant field;
  • Experience in a similar position is a strong asset;
  • Good skills with Illustrator and Photoshop;
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the Macintosh operating system;
  • Good creative and design skills;
  • Good organizational skills and attention to detail;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).
  • #LI-AM1

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Accounting Analyst, Inventory

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Finance

Accounting Analyst, Inventory

Position Summary

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Inventory & Control, the incumbent will be responsible for ensuring the accuracy of inventory accounting and that all aspects of inventory, from reception to sales, are properly accounted for and evaluated under the International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”).

Key Accountabilities

  • Participate in all month-end closing steps: Prepare and document accounting provisions on obsolescence, inventory in transit, and distribution costs Enter data in the system; and Analyze and reconcile general ledger accounts (balance sheet and operating results).
  • Develop new analytical reports based on cost of goods and margins;
  • Identify and analyze discrepancies between receipts of goods and invoicing and propose solutions to reduce any discrepancies;
  • Validate and approve service invoices for physical counts;
  • Perform inventory adjustments in the system and validate the impact on the cost of goods;
  • Follow up with the purchasing department on volume discounts with our major suppliers and monitor the accuracy of revenues reported by the SAP system;
  • Participate in special projects to identify and validate controls;
  • Select a sample of transactions to confirm if the processes, as described, are respected;
  • Develop key performance indicators (KPIs) to ensure that all controls (operational and financial) are designed and implemented correctly and operate efficiently; and
  • Prepare files and reports for external auditors and respond to their questions and requirements.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or diploma in administration, accounting, logistics or equivalent;
  • Three (3) to five (5) years of relevant experience, ideally in a retail environment with a significant technical role in inventory and other financial cycles;
  • Experience in an accounting firm (an asset);
  • Ability to understand the accounting impacts of inventory transactions (addition/removal);
  • Advanced skills in Excel and various tools such as BW;
  • Knowledge of SAP (an asset);
  • Takes initiative and has a keen eye for detail;
  • Comfortable and able to grow in a fast-paced environment with frequently changing priorities and demands from multiple people; and
  • Bilingual (French and English).
  • #LI-ME1

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Graphic Designer

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Art

Graphic Designer

Position Summary

*Please submit your portfolio with your application*

The purpose of this position is to carry out the graphic designing of a wide variety of seasonal consumer products, including items for Easter, Christmas, Halloween, Valentine’s Day, etc. The Graphic Designer must be well organized, have strong communication skills and have an eye for detail.

Key Accountabilities

  • Perform graphic art production, layout, and design for seasonal consumer goods in an accurate and timely manner;
  • Create or modify design materials such as seasonal merchandise packaging and store signage that are consistent with the company's image and requirements;
  • Interact daily with the art department management team regarding priorities and deadlines;
  • Collaborate with suppliers, buyers, and the import department to coordinate the creation of new graphic projects;
  • Insert barcodes on new and existing packaging.

Job Requirements

  • College diploma in the field of Graphic Design;
  • Minimum of three (3) to twelve (12) months of relevant experience;
  • Good skills with Illustrator and Photoshop;
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the Macintosh operating system;
  • Good creative and design skills;
  • Good organizational skills and attention to detail;
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and high-volume environment;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).
  • #LI-AM1

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Team Leader, Distribution

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Center

Team Leader, Distribution

Position Summary

*3 open positions – 1 day shift, 1 evening shift and 1 night shift*

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;
  • Bilingualism (French and English).
  • #LI-AM1

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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;
  • Knowledge of SAP (an asset); and
  • Strong communication skills in English, both oral and written (French is an asset).
  • #LI-NG1

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Manager, Labour Relations

Province:  Quebec

City:  Mont-Royal

Department:  Distribution Centre

Manager, Labour 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. He recommends approaches and strategies within the framework of mandates related to labour relations. He establishes and maintains effective working partnerships. He actively plays an advisory role in order to define a labour relations model aimed at organizational performance while ensuring a collaborative and productive environment.

Key Accountabilities

  • Maintain a long-term strategic relationship with the agencies;
  • Coordinate all internal movements of agency personnel;
  • Oversee administrative processes, including invoicing;
  • Schedule quarterly or semi-annual visits to agency headquarters to monitor their internal process regarding recruitment and administrative support;
  • Plan the visit of the DC and the presentation of the positions of the agency to the new recruiters of the agency;
  • 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 labour 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;
  • Schedule a monthly key performance indicators (KPIs) review meeting with each agency separately;
  • 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);
  • Act as liaison officer between the loss prevention (LP) team and the DC, including the security service provider;
  • Keep up to date on developments in labour laws;
  • Assess levels of risk pertaining to labour relations.

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Industrial Relations or Human Resources Management, or in a related field (an asset);
  • Professional title in human resources or labour relations (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);
  • Bilingual (French and English).
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If you are excited by the opportunity to join a dynamic team and work for a highly successful and growing Canadian company, please send us your resume.
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We thank all interested applicants. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted by our recruitment team.