Who knew that ENMAX had a $2.6B competitive, commercial business line, which includes renewables, competitive energy, EPCM and infrastructure services?
While we may know ENMAX best for generating, transmitting, distributing, and selling electrical, natural gas, and renewable energy as a public utility, out of their long history of serving Calgary and Alberta, ENMAX has developed and commercialized its exceptional expertise in engineering, procurement, construction and management.
ENMAX Power Services, a for-profit business unit, has already established its credentials and presence in a fast evolving marketplace.
As Vice President, Power Services, you will rally a 250 person team to think bigger in pursuit of growth, particularly through utility services, distributed energy, and telecom projects.
Set goals, priorities, and timelines. Develop and activate strategies focused on safety, people development, operational excellence, and customer service.
In this leadership role, you will also be the standard-bearer of a high performance culture characterized by entrepreneurial thinking, key performance metrics and career support.
Champion the safety culture, executing projects that lead to profitability through maintaining an incident free environment.
Support the growth of the business development function through strategic and thoughtful customer relationship management.
Match your aggressive revenue generation with strong processes, tools, and systems that will ensure excellent execution that delivers projects on time and on budget, while accelerating profitability for the business.
With 20 years of experience in construction, you have progressed in your career to senior management with P&L responsibility for a unionized power or telecom EPCM or major contractor.
A leader in planning, operations, and business development, you have implemented progressive health and safety programs and best project practices.
With ENMAX Power Services, you can guide the long term growth of a successful business with huge potential.
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