Lorraine is a rich off-island suburb of Montreal, situated on the north bank of the Rivière des Mille-Îles in the Thérèse-De Blainville Regional County Municipality in southwest Quebec. There are no factories and just a small commercial district (one medical centre, one shopping centre, a golf course, a gym, a store, and an arena); almost all of the houses are detached. In addition, a significant portion of the town’s land has been set aside as a wild forest, with several bikes and ski trails running through it.
Uptown and Downtown are the two areas that make up the city. The Quebec freeway A-640 separates these two places, which are only linked by the main street overpass. The town was established on February 4, 1960, and is named after the same-named French region.
Lorraine is a modern, youthful town that was founded in 1960. Its residents appreciate the tranquilly, high quality of life, and proximity to major urban and tourist destinations. Lorraine is Canada’s only town where the bulk of public utilities (electricity, internet, and cable) are provided underground. Many exhibits are held at La Maison Garth, a heritage site. Cyclists and pedestrians alike will enjoy a ride along the Route Verte, which runs alongside Rivière des Mille Îles.
The Louis-Saint-Laurent Center is a centre for musical discoveries and a variety of events. The Fleurons du Québec’s horticultural beautification programme for municipalities gave this town a 3 Fleuron ranking.
Lorraine’s active population was 1.0 million in 2016, accounting for 3.4 percent of the French active population. Unemployment rates were similar to those in France, with overall unemployment at 11.8 percent (French average: 10.1 percent) and youth unemployment at 24.9 percent (French average: 24.7 percent) (Eurostat, 2017). Due to the importance of cross-border jobs, Lorraine has retained an unemployment rate close to the French average despite continuing deindustrialization.
Metallurgy and related operations, despite a sharp decline, remain the Lorraine region’s main industry. Textiles, chemical industries, and plastics/rubber are among the other heavy industrial sectors. Power generation and distribution are examples of high-value industries (notably with the Cattenom nuclear plant). Two of the region’s fastest-growing industries are water supply and distribution, as well as waste management.
1. Digital Designer
The Digital Designer will create world-class user interfaces and stunning visuals that help and strengthen our vision for outstanding user experiences. You’ll relish the task of transforming complex data into stunning graphic design, converting wireframes into elegant, engaging interfaces, and building satisfying experiences for both internal and external stakeholders. Working on a cross-functional team of designers, developers, and strategists, you’ll be involved in the end-to-end design process and tasked with designing the visual user experience.
2. Talent Care Advisor (TCA)
For all parties interested in interviewing candidates, the TCA handles the interview scheduling process. The TCA has the authority to expand offers for specific positions and to handle any pre-employment check variation resolution that may be needed. The TCA is in charge of keeping all relevant stakeholders informed about the candidate’s status and the results of the offer/pre-employment tests and onboarding process.
3. Marketing Coordinator
As a marketing coordinator, you’ll be expected to develop promotional plans, research customer behaviour, and analyse sales data. In addition, you will be expected to write papers and present ideas to executives and customers. Your commitment will assist us in increasing revenue and improving customer loyalty.
4. Digital Marketing Specialist
The Digital Marketing Specialist’s job is to plan, develop, and implement marketing campaigns that will help the business expand and grow its services and products. Presentations, newsletters, event support materials, research papers, and brochures are all examples of communications that need to be created, managed, and designed.
In other words, digital marketing specialists develop and publish written and visual content to help marketing efforts, refine their marketing funnels to increase success, and communicate their findings to organisation leaders.
5. Project Coordinator
A project manager will be in charge of the project’s schedule, budget, and risks and concerns. They are in charge of making sure the project is well-organized and runs smoothly. Working with various departments within the organisation to ensure that everybody is on the same page is one example.
Project coordinators must be able to work in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment. There is always something that needs attention, and there are usually many things, so the ideal project coordinator must be at ease in a high-stress setting.