• Director Shared Services
    • Kitchener, Hybrid
    • N2G4B1
    • Full-time
    • Our client is revolutionizing the way the world interacts with their products. As one of the few stocking distributors of over 65,000 unique SKUs, they hold a highly competitive position in their marketplace.

      We are seeking a highly experienced Director of Shared Services who will report to the President and bring best practices and innovation to key areas of Finance, IT, and Facilities.

      Responsibilities:

      Finance & Accounting

      • Oversee all financial activities including analyzing financial reports and projections to provide insight and perspective to the President.

      Information Systems and Services

      • Take overall responsibility for internal IT support and external IT vendor relationship management.
      • Plan, design, and architect systems to manage a wide range of organizational data.
      • Develop capabilities to take big data and convert it into valued business analytics and implement industry best practices related to data management, security, and governance.
      • Contribute to the growth strategy and the development of a digital marketplace.

      Physical Infrastructure Management

      • Lead initiatives in physical and cloud technical infrastructure.
      • Oversee the Facilities Team and manage both warehouse operations facilities safety and security.

      Leadership Accountabilities

      • Facilitate employee development, contribute to talent pool plans, and advise the President.
      • Understand the capabilities and effectiveness of your team and participate fully on the Leadership team.

      Experience:

      • Working knowledge of finance, principles of accounting, and all applicable laws and regulations.
      • Working knowledge of data governance and master data management best practices.
      • Working knowledge of network infrastructure, systems, and security, including standard applications and unique line-of-business critical applications.
      • Working knowledge of facilities and physical infrastructure is a plus (ability to learn).
      • Ability to communicate and work collegially across the organization and lead cross-functional initiatives with a proven ability to conduct needs assessment and needs analysis within and/or outside the business.

      Poly and our clients are committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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