A 3-minute walking distance from Namur metro station
dormakaba has been ranked in the top 100 global tech leaders by Thomas Reuters!
The dormakaba Group is one of the top three companies in the global market for access and security solutions. The company is a single source provider of products, solutions, and services related to doors and secure access to buildings and rooms. Everything we do is geared toward developing access and service solutions that not only make buildings safer and smarter but also provide constant reassurance.
No matter where you are if you need reliable and innovative access and security solutions, we will provide you high-quality service – in hotels, shops, sports facilities, airports, hospitals, at home or in the office. Around the globe.
With over 16,000 employees worldwide (450 in Montreal), dormakaba is present in over 130 countries and has more than 150 years of experience. The dormakaba Group headquartered in Rümlang, Switzerland, is quoted on the Swiss stock exchange and generates annual revenues of over 3 billion Canadian dollars.
dormakaba offers you a career, not a job. Join dormakaba now and make a real difference in creating the next generation of products and services that will impact future generations. For more information, please visit www.dormakaba.com
Are you passionate about recruiting the best talent? A fast-growing company, dormakaba is seeking a bilingual and dynamic recruiter to support the HR team in staffing all open positions (both salaried and hourly).
Reporting directly to the Assistant Vice President, Human Resources, Canada, the recruiter will be responsible for all the recruitment steps from the posting to the interview for hourly salaried positions such as electronic assembler, operator, engineer, buyer, supervisor, quality technician, etc.
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We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. We subscribe to the principle of employment equity and encourage applications from the four designated groups identified in the Employment Equity Act.