Administrative Assistant
Lowe's Canada
Etobicoke, ON
Meet Lowe’s Canada, a team of more than 28,000 associates who demonstrate their commitment every day by constantly seeking to satisfy their customers and by putting their heart into making a difference in the communities we serve.
Our home improvement family operates or services more than 600 corporate and affiliated dealer stores. With a distinctive product and service offering and complementary store formats ranging from neighbourhood hardware stores to big box stores, our Lowe’s, RONA, Reno-Depot, Dick’s Lumber and Ace banners are always looking for dedicated associates to help meet the needs of all DIYers and contractors.
So, join a Canadian leader headquartered in Boucherville, Quebec, be part of something bigger as we expand our horizon and discover a world of opportunities!


  • Support the Vice President of Operations (Ontario) in the day-to-day management of his agenda; meetings, follow-up and planning of activities;
  • Ensure the rigorous maintenance of travel planning, the reporting of expenses and sorting and prioritizing e-mails;
  • Coordinate and prepare meeting invites;
  • Attend meetings, draft reports and synthesize various documents and reports;
  • Communicate on a regular basis with clients of the organization;
  • Perform all regular administrative tasks; classifications, copies, mail and other related tasks;
### Exigences du poste


The ideal candidate is known for his communication skills, his rigor and his high sense of organization.


  • Have at least 5 years of experience in a similar position (experience within Lowe’s or Rona will be an asset)
  • Provide a good service and the ability to work in teams with multiple managers;
  • Use judgment, initiative, autonomy and discretion;
  • Ability to work under pressure;
  • Very good knowledge of computing, especially Microsoft Office and ability to learn new ones.
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### Conditions diverses

This is a part time position (with a minimum of 24 hours a week).