A respected Fortune 500 company, Canon manufactures and markets cutting edge digital imaging solutions, including cameras, camcorders, lenses, networked office imaging and medical imaging devices from coast-to-coast.
Founded in Tokyo in 1933, Canon introduced the first 35 mm focal-plane shutter camera manufactured in Japan in 1934. Over the next 60 years, Canon expanded around the globe. Canadian operations kicked off in 1973. Currently, Canon employs more than 166,000 people globally.
Canon Canada Inc. requires the skills of people from a wide variety of disciplines and offers entry-level opportunities in all areas of the business, from marketing and research analysis to finance and IT. If the entrepreneurial spirit is more to your liking, consider a career in sales where success is easily measured and rewarded through a competitive base salary, commission and car allowance.
Responding to the needs of customers, Canon Canada Inc has strategically located offices in every major economic hub in the country, usually at or near the heart of the urban action. Each office is ISO 14001 certified and is branded with the familiar and iconic Canon logo.
Canon offices are first-class and are equipped with all of the modern conveniences to ensure professional results from administration and sales staff. Sales reps aren't expected in the office more than two or three times a week, and, like any strong sales force, spend their days in the field, developing and maintaining relationships with new and existing clients within their home territory.
Upon receipt of your application, you will receive an automatic notification confirming the receipt of your application. Canon's HR team will want to talk to you. They'll schedule a telephone interview, have a conversation and if things look promising, they will invite you to a second interview with the hiring manager.
Canon is one of the world's most valuable and recognizable brands. In business for more than 70 years, Canon provides employees with a great career opportunity, from entry level to management and executive. Many Canon managers and directors started in entry-level roles and have been key contributors to Canon Canada's success for many years.
Canon's culture is driven by the company's Sanji Spirit ÔÇô a way of living and working which is comprised of three fundamental cores ÔÇô self-management; self-motivation and self-awareness. Employees are encouraged to act in a responsible and entrepreneurial fashion to contribute to the company's success. Additionally, Canon supports employees by recognizing their achievements with various reward programs.
In 1990, long before being green was considered cool, Canon launched the Clean Earth Campaign with the goal of diverting toner cartridges from Canadian landfill. The total number of cartridges diverted, since launching the program, would stretch from Toronto to Montreal, laid end to end. Canon is also the title sponsor of the Canon Envirothon ÔÇô North America's largest environmental competition for high school students ÔÇô and is the presenting sponsor of World Wildlife Fund Canada's School for a Living Planet program.