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Bring New Energy to Your Career
If the idea of playing a leading role in sustainable development, renewable energy and environmental responsibility is important to you, Yukon Energy is a place where you can make a significant impact. Plan the future of energy of Canada’s North surrounded by magnificent and pristine nature where you can explore, hike, fish or hunt; sit back and relax with music and theatre groups from around the world; enjoy your favourite sport in world class facilities; or meet friends and enjoy locally roasted coffee in one of the many great cafes. There truly is something for everyone in the Yukon. Bring your energy north and be part of our team as the next…
Director, Resource Planning & Regulatory Affairs
Reporting to the President & CEO and as a member of the Senior Management Team, you will have a major impact on how Yukon Energy generates energy in the Yukon. Leading and coordinating the planning, feasibility analysis, engineering and permitting of new generation and transmission projects, you will also play a key role in the projects’ financial modeling, Public and First Nations consultation and environmental compliance.
Who are you? You have a relevant university degree (in engineering or science), with 8-10 years of direct business development and management experience in identifying and executing creative, innovative business opportunities, preferably in the Energy sector. Your background demonstrates your comprehensive understanding of utilities and the energy project approval process, as well as your experience working with First Nations. An excellent communicator, negotatiating and relationship building come naturally to you. You thrive in a fast-paced and constantly evolving environment.
Who are we? A publicly owned utility with a talented workforce of about 90, Yukon Energy is the main generator of electricity in the Yukon. It has the capacity to generate 132 megawatts in facilities throughout the territory and is in the unique position of being isolated from southern grids. With a strong commitment to safety and environmental responsibility, Yukon Energy believes in reliable and cost-effective energy services for all its customers.
Life in the Yukon offers great work-life balance, as well as a vibrant and diverse community to both get involved in and raise a family in.
For further information about this position, please visit www.watsoninc.ca. To express your interest in this position, please email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com by 05 December 2014.