With opportunities to work on a wide spectrum of conventional and renewable energy projects in North America, as a Non-Technical Risk Specialist, you will be accountable for key aspects of project development and front-end planning related to the effective management of NTR issues. Significant learning agility and big picture thinking, along with excellent project management and organizational skills, will be essential characteristics for you to succeed in this fast-paced, mission critical environment.
- Provide input and professional assessments to business development activities including serving on “due diligence” team for potential acquisition opportunities.
- Provide initial screening input to Unclassified proposals when formation of development team is not feasible, based on experience and/or consultation with key disciplines.
- Assess industry/competitor lessons-learned, new policies and social trends affecting regulatory permitting, to ensure strategic plans are attuned to changes and remain proactive. Identify opportunities to optimize Enbridge’s competitive edge, project development and execution.
- Project-manage early execution activities for the non-technical support functions in the project development phase through to the Final Investment Decision (FID) and – for more complex projects – also through project execution.
- Develop and maintain strong working relationships with the functional group leaders and subject matter experts across the Company, to optimize timely input and collaborative planning.
- Facilitate development of working teams comprised of non-technical subject matter experts to provide competitive, risk-assessed deliverables in the screening and planning phase of projects.
- Identify opportunities and mitigate non-technical risks affecting project success (on time and on budget delivery), related to Indigenous / public engagement, government, regulatory permitting, land / siting and environmental protection.
- Leverage/maintain knowledge network to ensure an understanding of, and opportunity to positively influence, trends related to energy infrastructure policies on siting and development.
- Present non-technical risk including schedule information for senior management review of new business proposals; support well informed executive decision making.
- Manage development of templates and other best-in-class tools that facilitate effective and timely project screening, assessment of risks and completion of other deliverables through all stages of Project Development.
- 7+ years of progressive energy industry experience, including 5 years’ experience leading area(s) of project-related planning/execution in environment, land, regulatory or stakeholder engagement functions.
- Business degree or comparable bachelor’s degree related to functions within Projects’ Non-Technical Risk scope.
- Working knowledge of general regulatory, permitting, and stakeholder consultation requirements of projects, including federal, provincial and state requirements within the U.S. and Canada with the ability to tap technical expertise in each area while maintaining a bigger picture or integrated view.
- Attributes include ability to manage competing priorities, strategic and integrative thinking and understanding of Enbridge business environment in its Liquids, Gas and Power energy portfolios.
- Superior project management, communication, strategic planning, and organizational skills.
- Interpersonal skills that facilitate a collaborative, results-driven working group of experts that do not directly report to incumbent. Ability to network across all business units and various departments within Enbridge.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Houston, TX, USA
Application Deadline: N/A