quarta-feira, 26 de janeiro de 2011

Environmental Engineer

Provide support on the generation of the sustainability report at a corporate level. Also to handle the data management, such as the environmental monitoring.

· Compile and verify data on indicators to be used on the sustainability report.
· Analyze data to determine trends.
· Put together the information on a GRI guidelines format.
· Work together with site personnel to gather the required information.

· University degree in environmental engineering or related field.
· 3 to 5 years experience
· Fully bilingual in Portuguese/Spanish and English.
· Analytical ability.
· Working knowledge of environmental databases (EQWIN) and geographic information systems (ArcGis).
· Good communication skills, oral and written.
· Some travel to international locations required (15-20%).

to apply: HR@auraminerals.com

Superintendent —Transportation-Chemical & Inbound

Rio Tinto is a leading international mining group headquartered in the UK, combining Rio Tinto plc, a London and NYSE listed company, and Rio Tinto Limited, which is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. Rio Tinto's business is finding, mining, and processing mineral resources. Major products are aluminum, copper, diamonds, energy (coal and uranium), gold, industrial minerals (borax, titanium dioxide, salt, talc) and iron ore. Activities span the world but are strongly represented in Australia and North America with significant businesses in South America, Asia, Europe and southern Africa. For more information, please visit www.riotinto.com.

Rio Tinto Procurement is a dynamic and professional procurement organization; set up to meet the needs of Rio Tinto's business units. We source and enter into contractual relationships over a large range of goods and services, specializing in mining-specific categories. We source electronically as much as possible via auction and RFx, and transact using the Quadrem electronic marketplace.


Rio Tinto Procurement's primary purpose is to deliver value by providing safe, efficient and effective procurement and in-bound supply chain services to the Rio Tinto Group businesses and functional operations. Value is achieved through the establishment or improvement of competitive supply markets for the purchase of goods and services. Value is enabled by highly capable people applying uniform processes and e-technologies resulting in continuous supply chain improvement, enhanced corporate social responsibility and measurable savings for Rio Tinto.
The Primary Purpose of Operations is to focus on end to end supply chain improvements and process co-ordination between three core areas that make up Operations:
Source: RTP develops and executes sourcing strategies for goods and services and manages supplier relationships on behalf
of, and in consultation with, business unit customers.
Buy: RTP maintains vendor and materials data, creates purchase orders for goods, services and repairable items, expedites
deliveries where required and seeks to achieve high levels of automation through this process.
Deliver: RTP manages the inbound freight, warehousing and inventory management processes on behalf of Rio Tinto business units and optimises the associated logistics processes.
Overlaid on RTP's service lines is its Service Delivery model, which serves to provide the necessary cohesion to effectively and efficiently deliver RTP's full range of inbound supply chain services in line with Business Unit client needs and expectations.

Primary Purpose

This role is responsible for the analysis, negotiation and control of the inland freight cost, public warehousing and coordination of land transportation of all inbound and outbound chemicals, carbon products and rod aluminum and the freight payment process.

Responsible for the management and leadership of employees which includes the performance assessment, development, succession planning, motivating, coaching and training of these employees.
Responsible for providing a positive, safe and ethical working environment and learning culture for employees.
Ensure all Rio Tinto Procurement, Rio Tinto Group and applicable site policies are followed.
Establish positive working relationships and proactively ensure the effective delivery of all agreed to services to internal and external customers.
Establish good working relationships with transportation carriers such as railway, trucking firms, warehouses, transportation departments and industry related associations.
Provide expertise in matters of rail and highway pricing, service and reporting of loss or damage by business units. Develop and implement methods to minimize transportation costs while securing service levels that meet customer expectations.
Ensure that suppliers are in compliance with U.S. and Canadian government regulations and Rio Tinto standards.
Secure and manage fleets of railway assigned specialized cars to ensure timely movement of supplies and products.
Develop and maintain transportation cost reporting system for increased management control and provides data to key stakeholders as needed.
Promote and keep abreast of regulatory transportation reform and changes in technology to protect company interests.
Problem Solving
Proactively works on problems of a complex scope where evaluation of contributing factors requires the analysis of situations or data and an in-depth knowledge and evaluation of various known and unknown factors
Seeks out all resources when selecting methods and techniques for obtaining problem resolutions.
Acts independently and proactively to determine and administer methods and procedures for problem resolution
Internal / External Impacts

This position has a direct impact to RTP and to the external business unit and products groups they support through the quality and accuracy of the work performed. This role has the authority to negotiate general modal transportation requirement contracts up to $60 million, specific routing requirement contracts up to $5 million and an individual approval level of $50,000.
Education & Qualifications

High School Diploma or equivalent education/experience required
10 years experience in various supply chain, transportation and/or logistics positions
Bachelors Degree or equivalent education/experience in logistics, supply chain or related discipline is highly preferred
Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation certification (CITT) highly preferred
Experience in mining, aluminum smelting, oil and gas, or heavy industry preferred

Knowledge and understanding of procurement and supply chain best practices required
Knowledge of contract law preferred

Skills/Abilities/Technical Competencies:
Fluency in English is required depending on assigned business unit(s) and/or base work location
Fluency in Spanish, French, and/or Portuguese is preferred depending on assigned business unit(s) and/or base work location
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Computer literate and proficiency with common word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and database software
Ability to proactively engage, communicate with and influence internal (at all levels within the organization) and external stakeholders
Ability to influence others through negotiation
Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines in a potentially high stress environment
Ability to exemplify and promote a culture of ethics, safety and compliance
Ability to work effectively and productively in a matrix organization with minimal supervision

Relevant experience

The following leadership competencies are applicable at this role level:

External Engagement - basic application of understanding and building relationships with external parties that strengthen and sustain Rio Tinto's competitive advantage such as building a positive reputation through dealing openly fairly and consistently with external parties.
Managing Change - basic application of initiating and implementing change with commitment and drive such as constructively challenging the status quo to improve performance or maintaining focus and seeing change through to completion.
Commercial Focus - basic application of applying commercial rigor and discipline to all business decisions and customer relationships such as understanding the core value of the business and the key influences that drive value improvement.
Business Focused Collaboration - basic application of leveraging the broader organization for value creation through sharing knowledge, experience, resources and skills such as sharing and seeking out knowledge, best practice and resources across the Group and the Business Unit.
Operational Delivery - comprehensive application by consistently taking actions that optimize short and long term operational performance such as focusing on operational efficiency and effectiveness to optimize performance.
Leading People - comprehensive application by consistently motivating and developing people to deliver superior results such as creating a climate in which individuals and teams develop their potential and contribute their best and managing accountabilities and providing timely and constructive performance feedback to all direct reports.
Leading Self - comprehensive application by consistently taking responsibility and accountability for own behavior, performance and development such as taking ownership for own performance and decisions and their impact on the business.
Living the Values - comprehensive application by consistently aligning behaviors, decisions and action s with the values and principles in "The Way We Work" and related Group guidelines and standards such as ensuring compliance with all applicable policies, regulations, standards and governance requirements.
Please refer to the Rio Tinto Leadership Competencies for a complete list of competencies and supporting behaviors.

To apply: https://riotinto.taleo.net/careersection/4/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=391801&src=JB-12482

Director - National Retail LATAM

Research In Motion Limited® (RIM)® is a world leader in the mobile communications market and has a history of developing breakthrough wireless solutions. RIM's portfolio of award-winning products, services and embedded technologies is used by thousands of organizations around the world and includes the BlackBerry® wireless platform, the RIM Wireless Handheld™ product line, software development tools and software/hardware licensing agreements. RIM is seeking driven individuals who can take our wireless data products to the next level in the global wireless market. Are you ready to make a difference in the world of mobile communications with RIM?


The successful candidate will be a leader within a dynamic global sales team responsible for selling BlackBerry products through named retail accounts.


The successful candidate's responsibilities will include:
Hire, train, plan for and motivate a growing team of experienced sales people
Use your detailed understanding of the scope and mechanics of all mobile device sales channels in your market to ensure your team exceeds sales targets
Use your existing relationships and experience with major retailers in Latin America to support your team and accelerate the business.
10-15 years relevant line of business sales experience
Fluent in English, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese
Channel sales experience
Excellent problem solver, quick thinker and resourceful
Excellent presentation skills
Proven ability to hire top-flight sales people
Proven ability to effectively manage and coach field sales teams with diverse backgrounds and experience levels
Proven ability to build and execute effective, tactical sales plans on a quarterly basis
Proven ability to maintain a high level of motivation within your sales team
Experience with retail accounts preferred
If you're driven to take wireless technologies to the next level, it's time you join the team at RIM. We offer a challenging environment that fosters creativity and rewards excellence. Employees also have use of our award winning BlackBerry!

© 2010 Research In Motion Limited. All Rights Reserved. The BlackBerry and RIM families of related marks, images and symbols are the exclusive properties of Research In Motion Limited. RIM, BlackBerry, "Always On, Always Connected" and the "envelope in motion" symbol are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may be pending or registered in other countries.
Job: Sales & Technical Sales Support
Primary Location: Canada-Ontario
Other Locations: United States-Florida-Miami, Colombia, Chile-Santiago, United States-Florida-Ft. Lauderdale, Mexico-Distrito Federal-Mexico City, Argentina-Buenos Aires, Brazil-Sao Paulo
Schedule: Full-time
Hire Type*: Experienced (Regular)
Travel: Yes, 50% of the time
Relocation*: Not Available

To apply: https://rim.taleo.net/careersection/americas/jobdetail.ftl?job=201364&src=JB-11120

Collections Specialist

Business Description

GE Capital in Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) is one of the region’s largest commercial lending organizations, providing a wide range of services including accounts receivable management, asset-based lending, leveraged finance, leasing and commercial loans to businesses in more than 10 countries. GE Capital is at the heart of European business, providing more than $80 billion to SMEs in 2009 so that they can successfully run and manage their operations every day.GE Capital has over 500,000 customers throughout EMEA. GE Capital in EMEA also includes the $8 billion commercial finance joint venture between GE and Mubadala Development Corporation, based in Abu Dhabi, which is exclusively focused on high-return investment opportunities throughout the region.About WCSWorking Capital Solutions is part of GE Capital EMEA and is a global provider of a factoring and receivables management with over $ 52B receivables purchased annually and $10B of assets managed in 2010. The business operates in 3 poles and has regional operations centers (COE‘s) to support the collections activities. WCS is headquartered in Norwalk, CT and Breda, the Netherlands.

Role Summary/Purpose

In your role as Collector, you will be responsible for Credit and Collections activities related to a portfolio of GE Energy account receivables within your assigned geographical zone: collection and account resolution with customers of delinquent accounts to provide payment arrangements, customer service, and assistance in resolving customer complaints and problem accounts.
Essential Responsibilities
·Review aging reports and initiate calls to customers to arrange for payment.·Initiate collection calls to major account customers, research and resolve past due issues on complex accounts. ·Forecast cash collections, evaluating and escalating issues to appropriate internal and external contacts. ·Evaluate if credit or debits need to be issued and rationalizes payment plans with customers. ·Perform routine accounting reconciliations, reduce account aging, and establish clear and concise communications with inquiry organization to resolve billing disputes.·Analyze receivables data for customers.·Daily interaction with outside customers, commercial sales organizations, internal management, and functional peers. ·Participate to presentations of account receivables information.·There may be an opportunity to take part in special projects, for those interested in personal / professional development opportunities·Accomplish all your responsibilities in line with GE's compliance and integrity requirements

Basic Requirements:·High School Diploma, or GED, ·2+ years of collections, customer service call center, financial services or outbound calling experience.·Demonstrated effective cash collection skills, with detail orientation·Proficient in Microsoft Suite to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook.·Excellent verbal and written communication skills.·Capable of resourceful problem solving, while remaining customer-focusedEligibility Requirements: ·You MUST submit your application for employment through COS (internal candidates) or GE Careers to be considered for this position.·Must be able to travel up to 5% of the time.·There might be a need to adjust work schedule (start and/or finish hours) to accommodate customer base across all the Americas.

Desired Characteristics
Desired Characteristics:·Bachelor’s Degree preferred.·Possesses conflict resolution and negotiation skills.·Ability to Multi-task·Ability to work under pressure in a dynamic environment·Ability to be pro-active and to think “out of the box”.·Excellent proven interpersonal and teamwork skills.·Cultural Awareness in an diverse and international environment·Proficiency in other languages than English (French, Spanish, Portuguese, etc) is a plus

To apply: https://xjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?jobId=871275&PartnerId=54&SiteId=5346&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&codes=WB2345

Liaison Officers- Portuguese and Vietnamese

Liaison Officers - Vietnamese and Portuguese
Established in 1979, Columbia International College is the largest private boarding high school for international students in Canada. With strong emphasis on high academic standards, leadership and discipline, 100% of Columbia's Pre-U graduates have been accepted into universities in Canada and the USA.
We have an immediate opening for both a Portuguese and Vietnamese speaking Liaison Officer. These positions include assisting in the coordination of marketing activities in foreign countries, assisting in the delivery of special programs and summer camp activities for international youth. The candidate will liaise with parents and students by email and telephone. Some translation work is involved. The candidate will also assist in establishing and implementing a strategic marketing plan in target countries and the Portuguese/Vietnamese communities in Canada.
The candidate must:
· Be personable
· Have a high energy level with a strong work ethic
· Have excellent presentation and public speaking skills
· Be proficient in English
· Be fluent in Portuguese (for Portuguese Liaison) or Vietnamese (for Vietnamese Liaison)
· Be proficient in Microsoft Office Portuguese or Vietnamese in addition to the English version
· Have a valid drivers' license
· Travel extensively to either South America or Vietnam, as well as other parts of the world
Interested applicants should email or fax resumes by February 7th, 2011 to:
Human Resources Columbia International College
1003 Main St. WestHamilton, OntarioL8S 4P3
Fax: 905-52-9332
Email: hr.assistant@cic-totalcare.com