For the position of Data control clerk, BC Hydro, situated in Abbotsford, British Columbia, is accepting applications from qualified individuals. BC Hydro is a provincial Crown business that is owned by both the British Columbian government and populace. Our goal is to deliver dependable, cost-effective, and clean electricity to our consumers in a safe manner. We provide possibilities for career advancement, training, and a good work-life balance. We are honoured to be recognised as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers as well as one of British Columbia’s Top Employers. We have a reputation for giving consumers the kind of satisfaction they need so they won’t need to use any other businesses after using our services. Candidates that are chosen for the position will need to get to work as soon as possible.
|Employer Name:||BC Hydro|
|Job Role:||Data control clerk|
|Career Level:||Mid Career|
|Job Type:||Full Time-Part Time|
|Min. Education:||High School / Secondary/Graduation|
|Job Category:||Canada Government Jobs / Agriculture Jobs / Construction Jobs|
|Nationality:||All Nationality Can Apply|
|Min. Experience:||1-2 Years|
|Job Location:||Abbotsford, BC|
|Salary:||$2,081.41 to $2,493.19 bi-weekly for 37.5 hours per week|
|Benefits:||Will be discussed in the interview|
English language proficiency is a requirement for candidates. Standard educational requirements include a college degree, the CEGEP, or comparable work experience, computer science, business administration, and management, among others.
- Candidates must have experience ranging from two to three years.
- The candidate’s duties should include entering data in the required format, confirming its accuracy and completeness, and classifying, labelling, and storing diskettes, discs, and tapes of data.
- They should also be able to transfer data between programmes and store, update, and maintain databases.
How to Apply
You can now apply (along with your résumé) using the information below if the position is a good fit for you and the basic prerequisites are met.