Posting End Date:April 22, 2022
Employee Type:Regular-Full time
Union/Non:This is a non-union position
We have an exciting opportunity for an Advisor Capital Development to join our team!
This role is accountable for the overall planning, development, and delivery of projects for the capital portfolio. Projects would include multiyear 3R (reinforcements, relocations, replacements) projects, large diameter pipeline projects, large dollar projects, Leave to Construct (LTC) projects, station projects, and Business Development ventures such as CNG, RNG and hydrogen initiatives.
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Note: No specific GDS office location is required. Most existing GDS office locations in Ontario would be suitable to select as a base.
What You Will Do
Provide project management expertise and support on sophisticated planning projects from initiation through to completion. Project management responsibilities include design, crafting cost estimates and ongoing financial tracking for budget accuracy, procurement, Planning and Engineering services contractor selection, tendering, construction support and field change support.
Build and maintain positive relationships with key internal and external partners and resolving issues and challenges on a project level independently.
Ensure effective project development and project controls activities for the projects assigned including: Project Charters, Coordination meetings and Constructability Reviews, Project Compliance Records, Project Management Plan and Subsections, Project Schedules, Cost estimates and Control budgets, Feasibility Studies, Service Procurement Contracts, OTC Communications, Cost Tracker/Forecasting/Weekly updates, Benchmarking and Project Closeout activities.
Manage the timely delivery of project plans to the EGI project execution group that has overall accountability for construction, understanding the critical importance of timeliness for project delivery, specifically the implications of late project delivery.
Support the project execution groups during the construction and start-up phase for additional approvals required and internal/external communications as required. Conduct contingency plans and create work permits as required.
Determine cost sharing mechanisms and understand and apply Franchise Agreements, Public Service Works on Highways Act, etc.
Required to attend Public Utility Coordinating Committee meetings in order to negotiate with utility and municipal managers and staff to settle conflicts, co-ordinate joint projects, minimized overall costs while maximizing cost sharing and maintain a mutually efficient environment to operate within the municipality.
Represent EGI and the Capital Development and Delivery Department at other stakeholder meetings, such as other utilities or agencies to negotiate the Company’s position on various planning issues or projects such as relocations.
Who You Are
You will have the following:
Related university degree and 4+ years’ of planning and/or operations and/or engineering experience OR 6+ years of previous field operations experience. An equivalent mix of formal education and experience may be considered.
P.Eng or Certified Engineering Technician/Technologist or equivalent, and GPI certification is an asset.
Project management certificate/experience and detailed understanding of utility designs and planning procedures and policies.
Excellent organizational, analytical, communication and negotiation skills while demonstrating effective working relationships with peers and internal/external partners.
Results oriented while maintaining a balance between competing priorities.
Proficiency in various computer software programs including MS Office Suite, Micro station and/or AutoCAD.
Detailed knowledge of Planning, Design & Records, Operation & Maintenance, and Construction policies and procedures. Solid understanding of Maximo, e-GIS, and records is considered an asset.
This role requires some travelling (10-15%). A valid G License and maintenance of a responsible driver’s record is required.
Enbridge provides competitive workplace programs that differentiate us and offer flexibility to our team members. Enbridge’s FlexWork (Hybrid Work Model) offers eligible employees the opportunity to work variable daily schedules with a flexible start and end time, to opt for a compressed workweek schedule, and the option to work from home on Wednesdays and Fridays. Role requirements determine your eligibility for each option or combination of options.
Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccine or Testing
COVID-19 Measures: Throughout the pandemic, Enbridge has had to make important decisions that impact our team members, and we have done so by keeping the safety of our workforce our first priority. All employees must comply with the Company’s COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Policy which requires employees to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or undergo COVID-19 testing per Company direction.
Diversity and inclusion are important to us. Enbridge is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We are committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, without regard to age, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, veteran status, Indigenous/Native American status, or disability. Applicants with disabilities can request accessible formats, communication supports, or other accessibility assistance by contacting email@example.com.
Information For Applicants:
- Applications can be submitted via our online recruiting system only.
- We appreciate your interest in working with us; however, only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
- Final candidates for this position may be required to undergo a security screening, including a criminal records check.
To learn more about us, visit www.enbridge.com