Help Wanted: Calling all C-level executives

Recruiter Job Success has issued an open call for C-level executives, including CIOs and directors of IT, to apply for jobs in Ontario, including Toronto’s Bay Street area and other parts of the GTA, on this week.

Five years of experience were listed, but no technical skills are required, other than “proven productive experience.” The firm promises salaries in the range of $75,000 to $200,000 annually. One warning: the posting indicated, “Depending on the outcome of your interview with our Career Director, financial investment requirements may result for further professional services.”
An experienced project manager is required by NRX Global Inc., based in Toronto, which develops Asset Information Management software for industries such as oil and gas, mining and utilities. The company needs someone with five years’ experience and the PMI or PRINCE II Certification, as well as knowledge and working experience with SAPs EAM solution and technology. Other nice-to-have skills include master data management (MDM), SAP NetWeaver, Ventyx Asset Suite and IBM Maximo. NRX would prefer an MBA graduate and will pay $100,000.

A U.K.-based placement firm called Hudson has issued an “urgent” call for an SAP BO integration specialist for a five-month contract based on Canada. The job will pay between US$70 – US$90 per hour plus expenses” for those with experience in data migration and specifically Business Objects Data Integrator.

Mississauga, Ont.-based consulting firm NCI is looking for an IT security consultant who will work with its public and private sector clients on assessing their vulnerabilities and recommending solutions. The company seeks someone with five years’ experience and advanced knowledge IP routing and firewalls. Other beneficial knowledge and skills include content filtering, as is experience working for a value-added reseller (VAR) or integrator. The salary will be based on experience.

Barry McKay Consulting, an IT services firm based in Winnipeg, is on the lookout for a network administrator. The successful candidate, who will have three to five years’ experience, will provide problem-solving services to network users, implement data, software and hardware security procedures and implement network traffic and security monitoring software, according to the posting. A variety of technical skills are required, and the salary is negotiable. The employee must be bondable.

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