Resource Manager, Ottawa, Trm Technologies Inc.

Published 2022-08-09
Expires 2022-09-09
ID #1120027113
Resource Manager, Ottawa, Trm Technologies Inc.
Canada, Ontario, Ottawa,
Published August 9, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Resource manager

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TRM Technologies Inc. is an IT and Management Consultancy providing Systems Integration Service offering effective solutions and services to our clients and have been in business thirty years. See www.trm.ca for more information. TRM continues to grow. We are currently seeking two Resource Managers to support our recruitment efforts. THIs role requires you to act on behalf of the consultants we engage. By working with talented capable consultants Resource Manager's will see further opportunities arise for repeat business.

Ideal (but not essential) candidates that have prior IT Services industry knowledge is an asset. We focus on market verticals such as IT Security, IT Systems development, Project Management, Risk Management, Social Engendering and Security Awareness Training and and Infrastructure support.

Communication and writing skills are a key asset.

Compensation based on experience. Commission plan provided.
For those candidates that are interested please forward your curriculum vitae to Norman Carr President of TRM Technologies Inc. at [email protected]

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