District Manager role in our Fort St. John, BC Office
Choosing ClearStream means seizing the opportunity.
During a time when most are waiting for something to happen, we have been making moves to ensure we will have an exceptional year;
2020 will see incredible growth.
With growth comes challenge; it's how we roll!
A winning team is no accident. Surround yourself with innovative thinkers and go getters who see possibilities and abundance.
The focus of this position is the safety and profitability of Fort St. John district operations and to develop a team who collaborates to meet client commitments while pursuing growth opportunities in Northeastern BC area.
Our operation includes several service lines. You will build relationships and partner with our hard-working team and key stakeholders.
This role will challenge you to bring your strong talents to our awesome team in Fort St. John, be a part of our growth and join us!
Lead and foster a positive safety culture via the delivery of ClearStream’s Safety Management System, policies, programs and initiatives.
Display passion and personal investment in Safety performance throughout the district.
Provide input for the development of project work and planning. Provide recommendations including the execution of field work and project schedules.
Engage clients and internal support functions (HSE, Recruitment, Project Controls, Quality, Finance, Supply Chain, IT).
Execute field activities in conformance with client requirements (drawings, specifications, schedules, cost estimates, procedures, quality requirements and safety standards) and ClearStream's operational procedures / manuals.
Ensure that field activities in the assigned territory meet or exceed safety, quality, schedule and cost through the efficient use of resources including manpower, materials, tools, and equipment.
Ensure that daily and weekly short-range planning is maintained down to the foreman level.
Monitor productivity and cost; implement appropriate action as required.
Monitor and control change / scope; ensure change orders are approved prior to the performance of work.
Ensure and / or perform on-site management, supervision and coordination of all subcontracted work.
Ensure compliance with internal and external legal, regulatory and contractual obligations.
Lead and foster an aligned corporate culture ensuring operational supervision is engaged with ClearStream’s core values, policies and processes.
Oversee on-site management, supervision and coordination of all subcontracted work.
Analyze manpower in order to assist with recruitment, training and retention of staff.
Pursue opportunities in the assigned territory for business growth and expansion through networking and local community involvement.
Support and actively participate in the Strategic Account Management plan.
Develop local business plans and implement annual operational strategies in the context of overall ClearStream's business strategy.
Participate in developing annual goals of revenue and profitability for the District; develop short- and long-term forecasts;
accountable for the overall financial performance of the District including budget development, forecasting, monitoring, variance analysis and reporting on financial targets.
Who You Are
Minimum 5 years’ oil & gas and / or industrial / pipeline contracting service experience in a supervisory / manager role.
Experience includes managing demand maintenance model, construction, fabrication, plant shutdowns, labour supply. Demonstrated experience and successful management of multiple projects with budgets of $5 - $20 million, utilizing upwards of 200 craft personnel and multiple contractors.
Technical expertise in the mechanical / piping sector including shutdown / turnaround execution, long term maintenance programs, operations coordination, equipment management, cost estimating and bid development.
Experience and ability to read and interpret Requests for Proposals including technical mechanical / piping drawings and utilize MS office software and estimating, scheduling and / or project management programs.
Highly effective at translating business priorities into operating realities with a proven ability to work at all levels (with customers and internally) to execute operating plans safely, within budget, with quality and schedule requirements.
A very effective, people-oriented leader with a reputation for quickly building credibility and successfully attracting, mentoring, motivating and respecting employees.
Lead by example by building and maintaining positive working relationships with customers and internally resulting in continuous improvement and operational excellence.
Brings an entrepreneurial spirit and a proven record of developing and managing new business opportunities through an established network of relationships in the industrial sector.
Excellent personal and professional ability to prepare, present, participate in and facilitate group meetings and business presentations.
Experience analyzing project / operational financial data and implementing performance action plans to improve operational results.
Strong knowledge of short and long-term budgeting, forecasting and project management.
Professional Engineer with preference for mechanical, or; Journeyman Mechanical Trades Certification, or other post-secondary business degree(s).
Minimum of 5 years Oil & Gas, industrial, or pipeline experience in a supervisory / manager role.
Superior presentation and communication skills, both written and verbal.
Profiency in MS Office suite of products.
Ability to influence, build relationships and rapport and help us grow our business.
The Cultural Fit
The ability to see patterns where others may see complexity; rely on facts and evaluate where potential obstacles may appear.
Once a decision is made, the only action is moving forward & make things happen.
Influence is an art form, minding the success of all parties and developing genuine relationships are a clear measure of success.
Knowledge of living and working in small to mid-sized communities, representing the company and being recognized as an active community member.
At ClearStream, we workday-in and day-out we help our customers bring resources to our world. With a legacy of excellence and experience stretching back more than 50 years.
Working with us means one key thing no matter what you do. You see every day and every project as chance to push your field forward.
In every location and every office, we build teams where everyone is an asset. Our people and processes are the pillars of our company.
Safety is intertwined into our culture where everyone strives to achieve a zero-injury workforce and flawless execution on schedule and within budget.
ClearStream is the clear choice. Together we tackle every challenge head on, because we work to a common goal.
What We Offer
Full Insurance and Benefits
Health Care Spending Acccount
We welcome all qualified applicants; our diversity reflects the industries and communities we work within.
The above listing is meant to capture the objectives of success and level of complexity of the role.
Assessments will be part of our hiring process.