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Canmore Operations Manager, Canmore, Epcor

Published 2022-09-29
Expires 2022-10-29
ID #1191577476
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Canmore Operations Manager, Canmore, Epcor
Canada, Alberta, Canmore,
Published September 29, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Canmore operations manager


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Water Canada has an excellent opportunity for a permanent, full-time leader with exceptional client management, contract management and business development skills to join the Water Services operations group as the Canmore Operations Manager.

As the Canmore Operations Manager, you are accountable for EPCOR’s water and wastewater operations in the Town of Canmore. You are a strong leader with exceptional client management, contract management and business development skills. You have a keen business sense, combined with the ability to understand engineering and regulatory information and convey technical information to non-technical people. Possessing well-developed communication skills, including verbal and written, and having the ability to present information to groups are essential to your success in the role. Key responsibilities include providing leadership and direction to the Operation and Maintenance teams while also driving business development activities in the Region with assistance from the support of business development professionals within the company. Ideally, the successful candidate will reside in the Bow Valley area. However, travel concessions can be discussed/negotiated to ensure that you are residing in the Bow Valley, at a minimum, during the workweek.

This opportunity is accepting applications from both EPCOR Employees and external applicants.

What you’d be responsible for

Reporting to the Regional Operations Senior Manager, the Canmore Operations Manager will be the primary EPCOR contact for the Town of Canmore - where EPCOR has provided Water and Waste water Operations for over 22 years. The successful candidate will possess a high performance, high discipline, safe, environmentally responsible, accountable, focused, innovative, achievement-oriented and easy-to-do-business-with manner of working. Other key accountabilities of the role include, but are not limited to:

Leading a team of highly competent, engaged operations and maintenance employees that focus on safety and supporting their productivity and growth.
Client management including adherence to/and execution of the existing O&M contract as well as deliverables that include performance reporting, client meetings and achieving financial targets.
Ensuring the Town facilities perform to EPCOR’s standards and those identified in the Approval to Operate as issued by Alberta Environment & Parks to meet regulatory and contract obligations.
Providing direction, technical and operational input for EPCOR Alberta business development initiatives in the Bow Valley Region. Participation in Business Development pursuits is required including developing leads.
Commercial negotiations including MOUs, contract renewals, and new contracts.

What’s required to be successful

Completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering or related discipline from a recognized post-secondary institute.
8 years (or more) of field experience in client management with in an operations, consulting or business management background.
A solid industry background that includes technical knowledge of the water and wastewater business and/or industrial water processes.
Experience with an operating facility is preferred.
Experience in the preparation of proposals, business plans, and contracts is an asset.
Occasional travel will be required.
Possession of a valid Alberta Class 5 Motor Vehicle Operator's License with 6 or fewer demerits. Ability to qualify for and maintain a valid EPCOR driver's permit.
A 5 year Commercial Drivers Abstract will be required at the time of hire.

As a top candidate, you are an effective people leader with strong business development skills and the ability to prioritize competing interests effectively. You are an accomplished client manager and relationship builder. In addition, you are an exceptional communicator and efficiently deal with issues as they occur while leading your engaged team members in working towards a shared vision. 

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