L’Île-Cadieux is a village and municipality in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Regional County Municipality of Quebec, Canada. It is located in the Montérégie region of the province. Cadieux Island, which projects into Lake of Two Mountains just north of Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac, is adjacent to it. According to the 2011 Census of Canada, the population was 105.
The island was formerly known as Vaudreuil Island, but in an anonymous document from the second half of the nineteenth century, it was renamed “Île à Cadieu.” This name may refer to one of two Cadieux brothers, Pierre and Hyacinthe, who owned land in the first concession along Vaudreuil’s Cove at the time. The municipality was created in 1922 when the Parish Municipality of Saint-Michel-de-Vaudreuil was split up.
1. Civil Engineering Project Manager
Civil project managers are in charge of overseeing the design of large construction projects such as commercial buildings, roads, and bridges. They are interested in pre-planning, budgeting, resource sharing, contract negotiation, and staff coordination, among other things. Civil project managers may be in charge of supervising construction site workers and subcontractors, as well as attending weekly project progress meetings and ensuring that building and safety codes are followed.
2. Tech Business Development
An individual who works in technology market development researches and reports on customer business drivers, buying preferences, and technological advancements. Create strategies for involving key decision-makers. This job includes a competitive base wage, a flexible bonus package, and comprehensive benefits.
3. IT Project Manager
IT project managers are responsible for the preparation, organisation, and integration of large-scale, cross-functional information technology projects. They coordinate the efforts of other IT experts and administrative staff to develop a new piece or system of software. IT project managers are responsible for planning, organising, allocating funds, budgeting, and executing their organisations’ IT goals.
4. Investment assistant
An investment assistant’s duties include assisting investment advisors in delivering superior customer service and responding to client inquiries in person, over the phone, and by email, as well as participating in activities related to investment advisers’ business growth. Execute unsolicited transaction orders, as well as the purchase and selling of stock, and make necessary adjustments to transactions. Follow all deposit, withdrawal, move, and currency exchange guidance on all investment accounts.
5. Registered Nurse
Have you ever thought of helping someone? This job opening could be just what you’re looking for. The registered nurse’s responsibilities include tracking a patient’s condition and assessing their needs in order to provide the best possible treatment and guidance. Observing, interpreting, and explaining patients’ symptoms to doctors. Establish individualised treatment plans for patients in collaboration with physicians and nurses. The median hourly wage in this city is $37.60.
6. Dental Assistant
The dental assistant is trained in both dental procedures and general office duties such as patient care, filing, and laboratory work. A dental assistant helps with a variety of tasks in the dental office, such as taking dental x-rays and caring for patients, as well as filing paperwork and scheduling appointments. Dental assistants work in a well-lit, sanitary environment. Dental assistants work in a variety of settings, including the following: Dental offices that are privately owned.
7. Accounting Assistant
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An accounting clerk’s job usually takes place in an office environment. He/she spends a significant amount of time in front of a screen. The majority of accounting clerks work a 40-hour workweek.
8. Customer Executive
As a customer service agent, you’ll welcome clients, assist them in finding items, understand what they’re looking for in a service, and possibly settle a complaint. You’ll need a high school diploma or equivalent, as well as a friendly, outgoing personality, to function as a customer service associate.
Customer support representatives operate in retail stores or call centres, for the most part. They frequently work at desks in stores and interact directly with customers. They usually work at computers in open-plan offices in call centres, where they connect with customers over the phone, through email, or via online chat.