AIR INUIT CORPORATE PROFILE
Air Inuit has been providing essential scheduled, chartered, cargo and emergency air transport services to Nunavik and beyond- 24 hours a day, 365 days a year - for over 42 years. Collectively owned by the Inuit of Nunavik, through Makivik Corporation, the airline operates a fleet of 30 aircraft and employs approximately 1,000 employees in one of the world's most challenging flight environments.
Air Inuit Management and its team of dedicated employees are committed to pursuing their tradition of providing safe, punctual, and courteous air service for the growing number of people living and doing business in this enchanting region of Nunavik in Northern Québec.
Contributes to the IT efficiency of organizational activities by designing, managing, maintaining and developping data structures and database servers. Coordinates the operation, protection and control of the use of databases. Provides technical support to database users.
Is also responsible for achieving the expected results or the implementation of action plans related to the protection of computer data against any cyberthreat, via the monitoring of security events, the analysis of the vulnerability of information systems and the implementation of risk mitigation solutions.
Contributes also to the efficiency of business intelligence activities by exploiting and analyzing information from the data warehouse and multidimensional databases. Monitors performance indicators and advises stakeholders in the use and interpretation of data.
As a high-level professional, offers solutions for improving or optimizing processes, programs, and work methods.
Contributes to the resolution of complex problems, requiring a comprehensive and in-depth analysis and understanding of all variables. Collaborates with various internal and external stakeholders. Contributes to knowledge transfer through functional guidance and coaching of less experienced team employees.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Compensation and benefits are determined in accordance with corporate policy;
What we offer:
• An employee Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) - 5% employer contribution;
• A group insurance plan (life, medical, dental, short- and long-term disability);
• A 3-week vacation allowance (6%);
• Company profit-sharing;
• Telemedicine program for employee and family members;
• Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for employee and family members;
• A retirement allowance program;
• A program of flight privileges and discounted travel with several airlines around the world;
• Various innovative recognition programs
Referral program: This posting is eligible for the referral program for Air Inuit employees during the posting period indicated.
We thank all applicants for their interest in the position. We are proud of our culture, which encourages diversity. We believe in fair employment practices. As such, all qualified candidates are considered for employment. However, only those selected for the recruitment process will be contacted.
The use of the masculine gender has been adopted for ease of reading and is not intended to be discriminatory.
Air Inuit is committed to employment equity and invites applications from women, Aboriginal people, people with disabilities and members of visible minorities. If you have any questions about job accessibility at Air Inuit, please contact us at RH-HR@airinuit.com.