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World Service Cargo Practice Firm an initiative of WORKING SKILLS CENTRE Empowering immigrants to create

World Service Cargo Practice Firm

an initiative of

WORKING SKILLS CENTRE

Cargo Practice Firm an initiative of WORKING SKILLS CENTRE Empowering immigrants to create their own futures

Empowering immigrants to create their own futures

55 Eglinton Ave. East, Toronto, ON M4P 1G8

Tel: 647-258-0388

Fax: 647-258-0399 www.worldservicecargo.com

647-258-0388 Fax: 647-258-0399 www.worldservicecargo.com Work Work Experience Experience for for Immigrant

WorkWork ExperienceExperience forfor ImmigrantImmigrant WomenWomen && Men!Men!

World Service Cargo is a Practice Firm set up by Working Skills Centre. Work experience is available for up to 12 weeks.

Eligible Participants

Immigrant who meet the following criteria:

Job-ready, and only need relevant Canadian work experience

Are able to speak English at an intermediate-to-advanced level

Have the necessary qualifications and skills to work in their area of expertise

Their work experience needs cannot be met through a wage subsidy or job creation program, or through other local employment services

Legally entitled to work in Canada

Participants may be referred for the following positions:

ACCOUNTINGACCOUNTING && FINANCIFINANCIALAL

Accounts Payable/Receivable/Payroll

Accounting Clerk

Accountant

Financial Controller

MARKETINGMARKETING && SALESSALES

Marketing Coordinator

Sales Assistant

Public Relation and Communication Officer

Assistant • Public Relation and Communication Officer INFORMATION INFORMATION TECHNOLO TECHNOLO GY GY •

INFORMATIONINFORMATION TECHNOLOTECHNOLOGYGY

Applications/Database Developer (.Net and/or SQL)

Graphic Designer

Network Technician/Administrator

Web Developer/Master

ADMINISTRATIONADMINISTRATION

Administrative Assistant/Reception

Administrative Assistant/Data Processing

HUMANHUMAN RESOURCESRESOURCES

Human Resources Officer

SUPPLYSUPPLY CHAINCHAIN

Logistics

Purchasing

Inventory Control

Warehousing

Sales Administration

Inventory Control • Warehousing • Sales Administration SAP SAP IMPLEMENTATION IMPLEMENTATION P P ROJECT ROJECT

SAPSAP IMPLEMENTATIONIMPLEMENTATION PPROJECTROJECT

SAP Project Manager

SAP Basis Administrator

Business Analyst

Configuration Analyst

Training Materials Developer/ Change Manage- ment Associate

World Service Carg o Practice Firm an initiative of WORKING SKILLS CENTRE Empowering immigrants to

World Service Cargo Practice Firm

an initiative of

WORKING SKILLS CENTRE

Empowering immigrants to create their own futures

CENTRE Empowering immigrants to create their own futures What’s New and Exciting at World Service Cargo

What’s New and Exciting at World Service Cargo for IT Candidates?

Plenty!!!

World Service Cargo, the Practice Firm set up by Working Skills Centre, an- nounces enhanced capabilities to provide even more wide-ranging Canadian Work Experience in IT for qualified immigrants.

We have opening for SharePoint Developer, Network Administrators, Applica- tion Developers, Graphic and Web Designers to work on mission critical pro- jects in networking, websites and applications using our advanced hardware/ software infrastructure which includes:

Rack mounted servers, Cisco routers and Catalyst Switches with IP Telephony, and Firewall

Testing environment using Server Virtualization, SAN technology.

Windows 2008 Enterprise, SQL Server 2005, SharePoint Server and Linux op- erating system secured with ISA 2006 and Centralized backup system.

Exchange 2007 email server.

Java and .Net programming using Visual Studio 2008 (C#, C++, VB), ADO.

Graphic design using the latest Mac computer with latest graphics software from Macromedia and Adobe.

SAP R3 implemented system

Sound interesting? Please refer to our flyer for eligibility criteria or contact World Service Cargo at 647-258-0388 or by e-mail at career@worldservicecargo.com.

647-258-0388 or by e-mail at career@worldservicecargo.com. Updated November 2009 The Employment Ontario projects are

Updated November 2009

The Employment Ontario projects are funded in part by the Government of Canada