To apply please send resume to vbellemare@taggart.ca






Site Superintendant

LOCATION:  Ottawa, ON
EMPLOYMENT: Full Time
EDUCATION REQUIRED:  N/A

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:  10+  years in construction, 5+ years of field management

Doran Contractors is looking for a Site Superintendant to manage all site related activities for a variety of projects.  The candidate must have a general knowledge of all construction related fields from concrete, to structural steel, roofing, plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and finishing.  The Superintendant is responsible for day-to-day management of multiple trades and general labour on site. Understanding the schedule and field purchasing / ordering is an absolute requirement.  Knowledge and understanding of Occupational Health and Safety regulations are required. 

Responsibilities:
• Manage and supervise all on site construction activities
• Work with project managers to ensure project meets or exceeds schedule
• Track all field purchases and onsite labour
• Problem solve and address site & construction issues before they arise
• Supervise and manage safety documentation and safety meetings for entire site
• Document day-to-day activities,  site conditions, & incidents
• Assist in coordination of equipment start-up and building turnover
• Work alongside owner representatives and design professionals to resolve any site issues

Qualifications:
• 10+ years in construction
• 5+ years in managing site personnel
• Bilingualism an asset  (but not a requirement)
• Training / Knowledge of safety / environmental regulations
• Training / Knowledge of construction codes / by-laws
• Knowledge of Scheduling required
• Knowledge of Microsoft Project (an asset)
• LEED certification & Green Building Certificates (an asset)
• Gold Seal Certification (an asset)

 









Payroll Coordinator

Job Title: Payroll Coordinator

Reports to: Payroll Manager

Location: 3187 Albion Road

Date: May 10, 2016

 

Work Description

In this role, you will assist the Payroll Manager with the entry of payroll for the salaried and hourly employees on a weekly basis while maintaining the highest level of confidentiality and accuracy in all aspects of payroll administration.  You will adhere to stringent timelines for tasks assigned and exercise discretion when dealing with confidential payroll material at all times. You will also be asked to support the Human Resources initiative for the Taggart Group of Companies in conjunction with the Human Resources Manager. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Taggart vision, mission, and must comply with all company policies and procedures.

 

Major Responsibilities:

Payroll Coordinator

 

·        Weekly payroll data entry for hourly employees (union and non-union)

·        Prepare forms such as records of employments, EHT, Receiver General, WSIB

·        Compile data for the remittance of Pension and RRSP deductions.

·        Support the full cycle of payroll processing

·        Vacation tracking and data entry

·        Keep thorough and updated records of employee files

·        Scan and file payroll related information

·        Human Resources task as required but not limited to phone screens, exit interview, reference check, filing, resume screening, internal interviews, job posting.

 

Statement of Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Currently working towards the Canadian Payroll Association designation of a Payroll Compliance Practitioner.
  • Well-developed computer skills using Microsoft Suite (e.g. Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Strong attention to detail is required, high level of data entry and accuracy is essential to the role.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet established goals and objectives.
  • Excellent interpersonal & communication skill. The ability to actively listen and resolve conflict and foster understanding is essential in this role.
  • A strong intuition and sense of judgment, the candidate has the ability to separate personal opinion and biases. A keen ability in reading people is required for the role.
  • High respect for confidentiality- the job holder must have the ability to build trust in relationships and instill confidence amongst the employees.
  • Fluency in both official languages shall be considered an asset.

Work Environment:

  • Professional office setting.
  • Overtime may be required.

Physical/Sensory Effort:

  • Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines
  • Sitting for long periods of time at workstation




Project Accountant

Work Description

 

The Project Accountant will participate in the overall delivery of the company’s financial plans and policies. This positions will include tasks in accounts receivable, account payable, job costing, internal auditing, account balancing, general ledger maintenance and budgetary controls. The performance of the duties must ensure a quality approach to all employees, customers, managers, suppliers and financial institutions. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Taggart Construction Limited vision, mission, and must comply with all company policies and procedures.  

 

Major Responsibilities:

Project Accountant

·       Process monthly contract progress billings (including quantity, lump sum and time & material)

·       Process miscellaneous billings as required

·       Process monthly subcontract progress billings. Ensure subcontract invoices match the approved         amounts. Follow-up on any differences.

·       Ensure required documentation is submitted by subcontractors prior to payment being released

·       Reconcile subcontractor accounts

·       Prepare monthly subcontractor payment cheques

·       Record daily cash receipts in accordance with company policy

·       Understand each job and its’ budget with respect to accounting and reporting for the job

·       Liaise with project managers to maintain monthly job cost reports

·       Send cost reports to PMs on a monthly basis for approval

·       Adjust cost forecasts per the project managers’ instructions. Ensure that they make sense.

·       Prepare job cost analyses as required

·       Assist in preparation of year-end audit file

·       Maintain filing system

 

Statement of Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

· Post-secondary education in accounting

· 3-5 years’ minimum work experience in an accounting role.

· Experience in the construction industry is preferred

·       Ability to problem-solve

·       Strong analysis and reconciliation skills

·       Ability to meet deadlines

·       Effective communication and organizational skills

·       Team player with strong interpersonal skills

·       Knowledge of accounting software, experience with eCMS ERP system by Computer Guidance Corporation would be considered an asset but is not required.

·       Proficient in MS Office (Excel and Word) and Adobe software





Financial Projects Coordinator

Job Title: Financial Project Coordinator

Reports to: Accounting Manager & Financial Systems Manager

Location: 3187 Albion Road South

Date: April 6, 2016

 

Work Description

The financial project coordinator (FPC) role is a key role in linking the project management and accounting teams within the company through gathering and providing all the documentation required to ensure accurate and timely recording of project revenue, project costs and holdback release. The FPC, is responsible for carrying out policies and procedures that support the Finance strategy for Taggart Construction Limited.

Major Responsibilities:

Project Management Administrator

Working with both the project management team and the accounting team, the FPC is responsible to coordinate and follow-up to ensure that all required documentation regarding Taggart Construction projects is obtained, communicated to appropriate interested parties on a timely basis and filed accurately (both electronically and/or in paper form) as required by policy.

Presentation of a timely, complete and accurate package each month to the project accountant for billing and subcontract costing purposes is a key responsibility of this role. The job administration checklist tool will be used for this purpose.

In addition, the FPC is responsible to work with the accounting team as part of an enhanced process to follow-up on collection of invoices, communicating with appropriate project management personnel to request their input when required.

 

Require project documentation includes, but is not necessarily limited to:

·        file opening information as required per job opening form (includes basic job information as well as signed contract(s), signed subcontracts(s), approved cost budget)

·        approved project payment certificates

·        approved change order documentation relating to payment certificates

·        corresponding subcontractor invoices for each payment certificate

·        change order documentation related to subcontractors for each payment certificate/subcontractor invoice

·        information relating to additional billing required when applicable (extras billed to third parties for rental of equipment for example)

·        Certificates of substantial completion

·        Advertisement for substantial completion

·        Statutory Declarations from subcontractors

·        Statutory Declarations to customers

·        WSIB certificates from subcontractors

·        WSIB certificates to customers

·        Tracking of water permit payments and refunds, ensuring accurate billing and refunding of permit costs to customers

The FPC is responsible to keep track of the status of jobs in cooperation with the project management team in order to ensure timely opening of jobs, invoicing of jobs, payment of subcontractors and release of holdback takes place.

The FPC may also be required to assist with ensuring timely turnaround of accounting documents for approval purposes (invoices, subcontractor payment forms, materials invoices).

The FPC may be required to assist with other related tasks from time to time as they may arise.

 

Statement of Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

·        Experience in the construction industry

·        Post secondary education is required for this role.

·        A minimum of 5 years work experience in an administrative or finance capacity

·        Effective communication and organizational skills

·        Strong time management and planning skills, with an emphasis on quality output

·        Proficient use of various office based software, including Microsoft Office

·        Familiarity with programs such as Adobe, eCMS (ERP system) would be considered an asset.

·        Customer focus – friendly and helpful demeanour, providing a service to both project management teams and accounting teams.

 

 Physical/Sensory Effort/Work Environment

·        Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines

·        Sitting or Standing for long periods of time at workstation

·        Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals.

·        Repetitive work.

·        Overtime may be required





Estimator

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Estimator

Reports to:  Chief Estimator

Location: 3187 Albion Road, Ottawa, Ontario

Date: April 11, 2016

 

Work Description

The estimator is responsible for the timely delivery of accurate, preparation of full-cost estimates for projects, including materials and labour. He or she will be tasked with preparing and maintaining a list of suppliers, contractors, and subcontractors, and establishing unit costs, labour rates, productivity factors and location impacts. The performance of the duties must ensure a quality approach to all employees, customers, subcontractors, managers, and suppliers. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Taggart Construction Limited vision, mission, and values and must also comply with all company policies and procedures.

 

Major Responsibilities:

Estimator

  • In conjunction with the Chief Estimator, Vice President, and President decide on which jobs you should prepare a tender for.
  •  Reviews special proposal requirements and makes recommendations.
  • Organizes bid closing assignments to meet submission deadlines on closing day.
  • Conducts a detailed analysis of the contract documents and specifications, to determine overall project requirements (bonding, insurance, etc.) and identifies any associated risk factors, including the monitoring of published addenda’s that may alter the original scope of the project.
  • Participate in the preparation of the initial cost report and structure in a way that enables simple cost code identification while maintaining detailed forecast tracking of all associated labour, material, equipment and sub-trade costs
  • Review the project budget, schedule, and project execution plan and identify any potential risks prior to the project starting and throughout its life cycle
  • Solicits pricing from subcontractors and suppliers for labour, equipment and materials, in order to ascertain the lowest price 

·        In conjunction with the Chief Estimator, completes a final bid submission review and oversees the final tender document submission to the client on behalf of Taggart Construction.  

  • Perform additional assignments per supervisor's direction.

 

Statement of Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Civil Engineering Degree or Construction Engineering Technologist.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • A minimum of 3 years estimating.
  • Ability to use sound judgment and make effective decisions.
  • Ability to work under pressure and adaptable to change.
  • Strong planning and organizational skills.
  • Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting experience.
  • Strong computer skills.
  • Ability to read and interpret building specifications, blueprints and as-builds.
  • Mathematical skills and analytical skills necessary to do material and labour estimates

**This individual's accuracy is critical to the profitability of the business, as under-estimates may cause significant financial losses and over-estimates may result in the inability to win bids.  Other duties will be assigned as necessary.

Work Environment:

  • Travel may be required. Valid driver’s license will be required.
  • Manual dexterity required
  • Overtime as required.

Physical/Sensory Effort:

  • Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines
  • Sitting or Standing for long periods of time at workstation

 

All applications can be directed to the Human Resources Manager, at vbellemare@taggart.ca

 

 

 

 





Dispatcher

Work Description

The Dispatcher is responsible for all logistics and organization of the equipment used for Taggart Constructions projects. Tools, equipment and crews must be recorded and processed in a way that coincides with the shop practices and must be diligently managed in order to reduce inefficiencies and waste. The performance of the duties must ensure a quality approach to all employees, customers, subcontractors, managers and suppliers. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Taggart Construction vision, mission, and must comply with all company policies and procedures.

Major Responsibilities:
Dispatcher


• Monitor personnel and equipment locations and utilization.
• Keep detailed log of all equipment and its current location, update as changes are made and equipment is moved. Utilize appropriate software to maintain accurate records.
• Accurately update in the program any crew or piece of equipment locations and changes. As the Dispatcher, you will always know where your resources are: every piece of equipment, buckets and other attachments, your small tools and inventory items at any given time.
• Liaison with superintendents, shop staff concerning the site equipment requirements.
• Respond to superintendents, project engineers and foremen enquiries in a courteous but accurate manner.
• Support superintendents and project managers to get the accurate amount of equipment required for each job site.
• Relay work orders, messages, and information to or from work crews, supervisors, and field inspectors using telephones, email or in person communication.
• Support equipment Manager in the procurement of tools and equipment being acquired. Prepare purchase orders when necessary.
• Maintain inventory log of all tools and equipment, Input any inbound or outbound delivery of product to the appropriate inventory program. Ship out what is needed to each specific construction site.
• Record and maintain files and records of site requests, work or services performed, inventory, and other dispatch information.
• Adhere to corporate and shop policies and procedures
• Performs other duties as required

Statement of Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:


• In-depth knowledge of construction/heavy equipment.
• Strong computer skills with openness to learn and implement new software programs.
• Must be strong with Microsoft word, excel and outlook.
• Highly organized and high attention to detail, logistics are key to this role and the ability to multitask and understand all of the moving parts is essential.
• Strong problem solving skills with the ability to manage stress levels.
• Strong customer service skills as most of the job duties require communication, courtesy and willingness to help.

Work Environment:


• Manual dexterity required
• Overtime as required.
• Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines
• Sitting or Standing for long periods of time at workstation

All applications can be directed to the Human Resources Manager, at vbellemare@taggart.ca
 





General Manager- Kingston Division

Job Title: General Manager
Reports to: President (Ottawa head office)
Location: 685 Justus Drive, Kingston
 

Work Description
The General Manager will provide leadership for all aspects of Taggart Construction Limited’s construction projects in the city of Kingston and surrounding area. The General Manager will be responsible for the tendering of projects, pre-construction planning and development, as well as the construction activities, ensuring high standards of workmanship, safety and efficiency. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Taggart Construction Limited vision, mission, and must comply with all company policies and procedures. The General Manager in coordination with the President is responsible for designing and carrying out policies and procedures that support the strategy and goals of Taggart Construction Limited and will work primarily on this implementation the Taggart Construction Kingston operations.

Major Responsibilities:
General Manager

• Oversee all aspects of the tendering of projects
• Prepare detailed cost estimates for land development projects
• Monitor and coordinate activities with contractors, consultants and the approving authority.
• Continuous review and monitoring of critical ongoing project information specific to budgets, timelines and production to determine if targets and goals are being met.
• Implement contract documents with the desired component of the work in land development.
• Review and make recommendations to existing and proposed designs.
• Analyze opportunities and review legal scenarios in regards to risk management.
• Ensure that all necessary permits and various licenses are secured.
• Plan and organize and oversee the initial mobilization and set up of the construction site.
• Perform periodic field inspections of projects both prior to, and during construction to determine compliance with approved plans and regulations at the request of inspectors.
• Visit the job site regularly to ensure high standards of workmanship and efficiency.
• Ensure the efficient use of labor, machines and materials used by the crew.
• Take an active role in the selection of high level staff, including monitoring performance, providing feedback and taking corrective action.
• Coordinate long range activities of project staff, construction trades and subcontractors, and use corrective actions to keep the project on time and on budget.
• Assist in the resolution of design issues, change requests, material defects and equipment problems.
• Monitor job progress and costs, and provide regular progress reporting to the President of Construction.
• Maintain effective labor relations through compliance with company policies, labor agreements, and resolution of employee grievances and fair treatment of employees.
• Review construction plans for compliance with all applicable codes, regulations and ordinances such as underground servicing, roads, grading, zoning and planned development.
• Prepare comprehensive reports upon completion of plan review to be submitted to the design professional citing deficiencies or code violations in the plans.
• Prepare and present complex technical reports and recommendations (written or oral); and perform necessary research or investigation.
• Mediate and resolve disputes and code issues.
• Meet with architects, engineers and others regarding proposed construction projects.
• Read, interpret, and understand construction drawings and specifications, the city codes and ordinances regarding building codes, permit issuance, and permit fees.
• Must track and review project proposals of change and change orders, request for payment and prevailing wage information.
• Oversee and coordinate equipment maintenance with shop staff
• Other duties as assigned.


Statement of Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• 5 years of experience at the Senior Management level
• A minimum of 10 years overall civil construction industry experience.
• University degree in Engineering or a related field.
• Ability to read blueprints, schematics, field drawings and plans.
• Knowledge of local, provincial and federal workplace compliance regulations, ordinances and legislation.
• Highly flexible, with solid interpersonal skills that allow one to work effectively in a diverse working environment.
• Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally at all times.

Physical/Sensory Effort/Work Environment
• Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines
• Sitting or Standing for long periods of time at workstation
• Ability to travel and spend time on construction job sites during various environmental conditions.
• Overtime will be required.


 





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Foreman




Superintendent








Condominium Property Management

We are expanding and are looking to add a new team player for a new role with a strong customer service approach to management with the ability to take on the day to day operations of several condominium corporations.

As the successful candidate, you will a keen interest in learning the condominium industry as well as some experience in an active role related to condominium management. You must lead by example in delivering superior customer service and you will have exceptional leadership, communication, problem solving, and organizational skills. A designation RCM or post-secondary education within property management would be considered an asset.

The candidate will be responsible to:

• Maintain corporation documents
• Attend site meetings as requested
• Ensure collection of fees
• Financial Management including Budgeting and forecasting
• Enforcing Corporation Declaration, By-laws and Rules
• Perform regular inspections
• Investigate building related maintenance concerns
• Advise the Board of Directors on preventative maintenance, contracts, staffing, expenditures etc.
• Prepares monthly operating reports and financial analysis
• Respond to owner inquiries
• Plan and implement maintenance requirements of common elements

We offer:

• Great Benefits – dental, medical, life insurance
• Educational assistance
• 3 weeks of vacation per annum
• Employer funded pension
• Professional development opportunities





Property Accountant

Job Title: Accountant
Reports to: Controller
Location: 225 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Work Description

Taggart Realty Management, a leader in full-service property management, is seeking an Accountant to join our team in downtown Ottawa. Reporting to the Controller, the successful candidate will be responsible for the full cycle accounting process for a number of properties, in addition to month end financial reporting and analysis. The accountant in the onset of the job will support a software conversion process and will require strong Microsoft excel skills to facilitate this transition. The performance of the duties must ensure a quality approach to all employees, customers, managers, suppliers and financial institutions. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Taggart Realty Management vision, mission, and must comply with all company policies and procedures. The Accountant in coordination with the Controller are responsible for testing new procedures, or improving current processes that in turn support the strategy and goals of Taggart Realty Management.

Job Description

•Carry out billing, collection and reporting activities according to specific deadlines
•Receive all incoming cheques, prepare deposit slips and delivery to local bank branch
•Maintain and reconcile accounts receivable customer files
•Total, batch, enter, verify and reconcile transactions such as accounts payable, cheques, invoices and cheque requisitions.
•Set up new contractors and suppliers in the accounting system
•Verify purchase orders, work with team to rectify issues
•Maintain and reconcile accounts payable supplier files
•Compile and analyze financial information to prepare financial statements including monthly and annual accounts
•Ensure accurate and timely month-end close and all reporting deadlines are met
•Ensure financial records are maintained in compliance with accepted policies and procedures
•Manage multiple projects concurrently
•Perform related clerical duties, such as word processing, maintaining filing and record systems, faxing and photocopying
•Performs other duties as required.

Statement of Qualifications
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
•Post-secondary degree in accounting
•a minimum of 5 years’ experience in financial accounting
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite- Advanced level Excel skills are required for this role.
•Demonstrated initiative, detail oriented with a strong work ethic
•Excellent communication and organizational skills
•Ability to multi-task while meeting time sensitive deadlines
•Experience with Property accounting systems is an asset.

Physical/Sensory Effort/Work Environment
•Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines
•Sitting or Standing for long periods of time at workstation
•Overtime may be required





Property Accountant

Job Title: Accountant
Reports to: Controller
Location: 225 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Work Description

Taggart Realty Management, a leader in full-service property management, is seeking an Accountant to join our team in downtown Ottawa. Reporting to the Controller, the successful candidate will be responsible for the full cycle accounting process for a number of properties, in addition to month end financial reporting and analysis.  The performance of the duties must ensure a quality approach to all employees, customers, managers, suppliers and financial institutions. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Taggart Realty Management vision, mission, and must comply with all company policies and procedures. The Accountant in coordination with the Controller are responsible for designing new procedures, or improving current processes that in turn support the strategy and goals of Taggart Realty Management.

Job Description
•Carry out billing, collection and reporting activities according to specific deadlines
•Receive all incoming cheques, prepare deposit slips and delivery to local bank branch
•Maintain and reconcile accounts receivable customer files
•Total, batch, enter, verify and reconcile transactions such as accounts payable, cheques, invoices and cheque requisitions.
•Set up new contractors and suppliers in the accounting system
•Verify purchase orders, work with team to rectify issues
•Maintain and reconcile accounts payable supplier files
•Compile and analyze financial information to prepare financial statements including monthly and annual accounts
•Ensure accurate and timely month end close and all reporting deadlines are met
•Ensure financial records are maintained in compliance with accepted policies and procedures
•Manage multiple projects concurrently
•Perform related clerical duties, such as word processing, maintaining filing and record systems, faxing and photocopying
•Performs other duties as required.

Statement of Qualifications
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

•Post-secondary degree in accounting
•3-5 years’ experience in financial accounting
•Demonstrated initiative, detail oriented with a strong work ethic
•Excellent communication and organizational skills
•Ability to multi-task while meeting time sensitive deadlines
•Proficient in Microsoft Office suite
•Experience with property management accounting systems

Physical/Sensory Effort/Work Environment
•Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines
•Sitting or Standing for long periods of time at workstation
•Overtime may be required





Superintendent

Building Superintendent
Taggart Realty Management – Ottawa, ON

As the Superintendent, you will be responsible for cleaning the common areas of the property (i.e. hallways, stairs, elevators, laundry rooms, some exterior work), minor electrical and plumbing and misc. maintenance repairs, preparing apartments for new residents, showing apartments and taking application for prospective residents.


2 bedroom apartment is provided with all utilities, cable, parking and laundry included.
There is a shared on call rotation for evenings and weekends. Excellent benefits, pension plan and compensation package.


Criminal reference check, own vehicle and valid driver’s licence required as well as a minimum 3-5 years related experience.


Please submit your resumes and a cover letter.
 









Carpenter- Home Finishing Carpentry

Work Description

The Carpenter is responsible for the overall delivery of repair work inside Tamarack home building projects. The performance of the duties must ensure a quality approach to all employees, customers, tenants, managers and suppliers. All responsibilities must be performed in a manner consistent with the Tamarack vision, mission, and must comply with all company policies and procedures. The Carpenter in coordination with the site superintendent is responsible for designing and carrying out policies and procedures that support the strategy and goals of home buildings by Tamarack Developments. 

Major Responsibilities:
Carpenter

• Perform repairs to the internal and external structure while ensuring the buildings are safe.
• Install structures and fixtures, such as windows, frames, floorings, and trim, or hardware, using carpenter's hand and power tools.
• Installation of dry-wall, and repairs of drywall after home completion should there be a deficiency.
• Fill cracks and other defects in plaster or plasterboard and sand patch, using patching plaster, trowel, and sanding tool.
• Sanding surfaces, taping and preparing the home before the trades coming in for installation
• Repair any issues after the trades have been in the homes.
• When the trade comes back to repair something meet them on site and oversee their work. While also bringing it to the attention of the finishing foreman/ Site Superintendent.
• Sanding and pulling nails from the floor, preparing surfaces for the installation of flooring.
• Build required items such as stairs and cabinets or specialty furniture as requested.
• Prepare and install Cosmetic wood working repairs and replacements.
• Operate and maintain carpentry tools and equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
• Work with finishing foreman and superintendent to order supplies as they are required during the building phases.
• Remove damaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, using hand tools.
• Arrange for subcontractors to deal with special areas such as heating and electrical wiring work.
• Prepare houses for customer move in; ensuring they are ready for delivery.
• Occasionally fixing home issues after homeowner move in as per the site inspectors and service tech’s reports.

• Maintain records, document actions and submit written progress reports
• Perform other related duties, including minor duties of other trades where certification is not required, and the work does not exceed own limitations.

Statement of Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

• Certificate of apprentice, carpenter.
• Minimum of 3 years’ experience as an interior finishing carpenter.
• Physically fitness and manual dexterity are required.
• Quality orientation and attention to detail.
• Knowledge and use of Imperial and Metric measurements
• Strong mathematical reasoning.
• Ability to use heavy machinery- power tools.
 





Sales Assistant ( Part-Time and Full-Time positions)

Major Responsibilities:
Sales Assistant

  • Welcome and Greet clients act as the first point of contact to all clients.
  • Properly introduce yourself and sales representative to the client.
  • With the direction of the sales representative prepare marketing /promotional materials
  • Promote special programs or on-going offers.
  • Answer incoming calls in a professional manner that is consistent with the Tamarack guidelines and policies.
  • Answer sales questions to the best of your ability if the sales representative is unavailable. Redirect what you do not know to sales representative.
  • Schedule appointment with the sales representative for home walk thru’s or design consults.
  • Schedule and liaise with the Tamarack Design Centre.
  • Assist in administrative duties, data entry and the preparation of sales contracts and purchaser files.
  • Update and maintain the traffic circulation reports.
  • Identify with the sales representative with targeted leads to begin the sales process.
  • Maintain client data base.
  • Emphasize product/service features and benefits, quote prices, discuss credit terms, and prepare sales order forms and/or reports.
  • Remain current with subdivision developments and amenities.
  • Contribute to an award winning and innovative organization, recognized as a leader in the industry.

Statement of Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Strong customer service skills.
  • Experience in the home building industry is an asset.
  • Bilingual in French and English is an asset.
  • A team player with excellent communication skills.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft office including word, excel and outlook is an asset.

Physical/Sensory Effort/Work Environment

  • Providing service to several people or departments, working under many simultaneous deadlines.
  • Sitting or Standing for long periods of time at workstation.
  • Retail hours are a requirement, working evenings and weekends.




Sales Representative

Major Responsibilities:

Sales Representative

  • Welcoming and being available for guests
  • Determining the customer’s requirements in order to help them find the right product.
  • Establishment of ongoing rapport with existing and potential customers.
  • Follow up on correspondence from guests, realtors and potential buyers.
  • Present models and floor plans.
  • Manage difficult sales situations, and overcome buyer’s objections.
  • Document all potential, current and future transactions.
  • Track progress on options, upgrades and construction.
  • Continue to learn and maintain product awareness.
  • Familiarize self with design options that are available on the various products and financial options for each.
  • Respond to customer requests for information
  • Maintenance of all lot files/sales files
  • Monitor model to ensure cleanliness, supplies and repairs are well maintained.
  • Ensure models are ready for presentation.
  • Ensure sales office is well maintained, cleaned, organized and stocked with the appropriate supplies.
  • Update inventory files and communicate with the purchasing team to ensure availability on upgrades.
  • Promote the brand and continue to prospect, and find referrals at all times.
  • Other relevant duties may be assigned as required.

Statement of Qualifications:

  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Experience working in related real estate industry.
  • Experience in town home sales is required.
  • Bilingual in French and English is a strong asset.
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written) enjoys interacting with people.
  • Proficient in Microsoft office & various computer programs.
  • Motivated self-starter, eager to take initiative and able to drive a process to completion.
  • General understanding of new construction components and assembly.
  • Strong knowledge of closing process for the condo building industry.
  • Integrity, vision, and enthusiasm are essential for this role

Work Environment:

  • Open availability for weekend work as well as holidays. Various hours and shifts are required.

 

Physical/Sensory Effort:

  • Standing for long periods of time
  • Stimulating work environment where multi-tasking is required.

 

All applications can be directed to the Human Resources Manager, at vbellemare@taggart.ca





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02.20.2015

Tamarack Homes won the Energy Star award for New Homes Builder of the Year, in the mid-volume category, at the EnerQuality Awards in Toronto.

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leaf Going Green

04.02.2015

We are excited to announce that our solar rooftop project is now operational.

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01.15.2015

Tamarack Homes is relocating 81 trees from a future roadway to our Millstone Park in Cardinal Creek Village.

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