Document & Library Coordinator

  • Thales Canada Inc.
  • Ottawa, ON, Canada
  • Feb 06, 2018
Full time Data & Analytics Information Technology

Job Description

Established in 1972, Thales Canada is a leading electronic solutions provider for the Transportation, Defence & Security, and Aerospace sectors. Thales Canada employs staff across main sites located in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.


Thales is known for its People1st philosophy and provides a competitive salary and benefits package.  Join a dynamic and fast paced organization which is growing as a result of exciting new domestic and international projects. 


Currently, we are ramping up our efforts for our AJISS program, Canada’s largest in-service support program working in partnership with the Canadian Armed Forces, specifically the Royal Canadian Navy.


The AOPS (Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship) JSS (Joint Support Ship) IService Support program will allow Thales to leverage its Canadian expertise in project management, systems engineering and integrated logistics support to lead the development of a new Canadian supply chain that will offer comprehensive in-service support for all systems and equipment of these fleets over their operational lifetime, ensuring they are mission-ready, on time, every time, from coast to coast to coast.


To support our development, we are seeking a Document and Library Coordinator to join our Ottawa team on a full time basis. The Document and Library Coordinator is accountable for providing document and library services for engineering and related discipline project activities.


Main Responsibilities

  • Retaining, maintaining and providing access to stored data;
  • Providing controlled and formally distributed data to internal and external customers;
  • Archiving data as necessary; and
  • Performing CM tasks and activities as required.

Essential Skills and Qualifications

  • Comfortable with IT tools;
  • 5 years’ experience as a document librarian or within a data management role.

All applicants must be able to obtain a Canadian NATO Secret clearance and meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the Canadian Controlled Goods Registration Program and ITAR.