Completion Engineer – AECON – Montreal Canada

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Le Groupe Aecon Inc. est la plus importante société canadienne de construction et d’aménagement en infrastructure cotée en bourse. Aecon et ses filiales offrent leurs services à des clients des secteurs public et privé partout au Canada et parfois à l’international. La société Aecon est fière d’être considérée comme l’un des meilleurs employeurs au Canada.

Aecon Group Inc. is Canada’s largest, publicly traded construction and infrastructure development company. Aecon and its subsidiaries provide services to private and public sector clients throughout Canada and on a selected basis internationally. Aecon is pleased to be recognized as one of the Best Employers in Canada.
Divisional Overview
Aecon Infrastructures réunit une technologie à la fine pointe, les plus récentes avancées en matière de procédés ainsi qu’une équipe expérimentée et dévouée à l’accomplissement de nos tâches, de la construction routière à la construction d’établissements institutionnels et commerciaux. Nous misons sur l’innovation, c’est pourquoi nous repensons constamment notre façon de faire les choses afin de répondre aux exigences des marchés actuels et d’anticiper celles des marchés émergents.

Notre division Aecon Construction et matériaux construit des infrastructures de voirie complexes, des terrains d’aviation, des ensembles résidentiels, des développements commerciaux, des sites d’enfouissement, des ponts ainsi que d’autres types d’infrastructures majeures.

Our Aecon Construction and Materials division builds complex highway infrastructure, airfields projects, residential and commercial developments, landfills, bridges and other major types of infrastructure projects.

Division Infrastructure
Business Unit Major Projects East
Location-East or West East
City Montreal
Province/State Quebec [QC]
City Montreal
Title Completion Engineer
Position Overview

Key Responsibilities
The Completion Engineer will be responsible for the execution of technical aspects of programming, scheduling and monitoring of completions, workover and abandonment activities. The focus is on safety, environmentally responsible procedures and cost effective.
• Designing and supervising the initial well completion
• Collaboration with the rest of the well delivery team departments, local authorities and regulators
• Making sure that the well delivery process is within the expected time and budget
• Well intervention, appraisal and testing
• Examining and making recommendations to solve well design problems, and to maximise daily output in a safe manner
• Modelling completion performance, then monitoring the actual result
• Designing and applying control applications
• Optimising workover plans and operations
• Complex well design and execution
• Designing and preparing for well bore clean ups
• Preparing cost estimates and risk assessments as part of the well delivery team
• Overseeing the physical aspects of the completions plan
• Participate and at times lead management of change (MOC) processes to ensure integrity of safety, environmental and cost objectives
• Setting up and early monitoring of flow control and other sensory equipment
• Participate in pre-planning initiatives (CWOP), project look backs and reviews targeting capital and project efficiency

Required Knowledge & Skills
• A Bachelor degree in engineering
• 7-10 years of experience in a completions engineering role
• Must have proven work experience within unconventional resources and have a thorough understanding of all aspects within managing an asset
• Candidates must be well versed in all aspects of completion and workover operations
• Strong working knowledge and proficiency in Accumap, GeoScout, WellView, Windows and MS Office
• Excellent analytical and communications skills
• Skilled at working in a highly collaborative manner with Operations Superintendents and Wellsite Foremen
• Exceptional organizational and time management skills with the ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects at once
• Ability to adapt to changing priorities
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment within cross functional teams and effectively engage others in support of projects and initiatives
• Bilingual (French & English)

Employment Status Permanent
Compensation & Benefits Overview
Aecon offre à ses employés l’occasion de participer à des projets d’envergure et de relever des défis au sein d’une entreprise qui propose des salaires et des avantages sociaux concurrentiels

Aecon offers the opportunity to work on challenging, high profile projects and provides competitive compensation and benefits.
Equity Statement
Aecon est un employeur souscrivant au principe de l’égalité d’accès à l’emploi.

Aecon is an equal opportunity employer.
Accessibility Sur demande et tout au long du processus d’embauche, Aecon accommodera les candidats qui doivent composer avec un handicap.

Aecon accommodates. Upon request, Aecon accommodates candidates with disabilities throughout the hiring process.

Financial Advisor – The Co-operators – Ontario Canada

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Financial Advisor
Location(s)  ON – Coldwater
Close Date    07/12/18
Language: This role operates in English.
 
Additional Information:
This is a 48 month contract position.
 
Our Distribution team aspires to be the leader in client engagement among Canadian Insurers. We strive to provide a seamless and personalized client experience. Our knowledgeable and trusted team is committed to delivering financial services solutions to meet our clients’ unique needs. As an exclusive Financial Advisor of The Co-operators you are an entrepreneurial-minded leader. You are a high achieving business builder who will manage your own insurance agency with the full support of an established company. As an independent contracted Financial Advisor of The Co-operators, you will build strong, visible ties to the community and will cultivate long-term relationships with your clients. Through use of our exclusive technology, tools and processes, you will help Canadians assess, define and implement solutions to meet their financial security needs.

What you’re responsible for:
Prospecting new clients to openly discuss risk management and financial goals and conducting reviews with clients to empower them to make informed decisions.
 
Cultivating strong community relationships to enhance agency visibility and maximize new business opportunities to contribute to sales and growth goals.
 
Developing and executing business, operational and marketing plans and supporting sustainability strategies to help Canadian communities become more resilient.

Recruiting and selecting talent, coaching and mentoring employees, and managing your team’s performance to facilitate their development and achieve agency goals.

Ensuring maintenance of required licences, compliance of ethical behaviour and conformity with corporate policies, industry standards and legal regulations.

What to expect:
You will be away from the office on a regular basis meeting with clients and/or members of the community in their environment.

You are required have your own vehicle, valid driver’s license and insurance.

You may provide support to clients who are experiencing a personal or financial loss. A high degree of confidentiality and discretion is required.

You will be subject to a Criminal Record and Consumer History background check as a condition of employment, in the event you are the successful candidate.

To be successful:
You remain focused and optimistic in the pursuit of a goal, despite barriers, until the objective is achieved and allocate time and resources to effectively manage the sales portfolio.

You successfully build plans focused on expanding market penetration and apply an innovative mindset to improve operational efficiencies, with a client centric lens.

You have strong communication skills to influence or persuade others to adopt a specific course of action and can effectively facilitate mutually beneficial solutions.

You facilitate the adoption of change and create a high-performance culture through alignment of your team’s work with organizational goals.

You use critical thinking to guide decision making and apply a strategic mindset to adjust business plans based on shifting priorities.

To join our team:
You have 3-5 years of management experience in the insurance industry or related business experience.

You have post-secondary education in a related field.

You hold a Life licence and a General Insurance licence, with a Mutual Funds licence as an asset.

You have completed or working toward one of the following professional designations: CFP, CLU, CHFC or accredited Financial Planning Designation.

Financial Advisor – The Co-operators – Ontario

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the co-operators logo canadaFinancial Advisor
Location(s)    ON – Coldwater
Close Date    07/12/18
Language: This role operates in English.
 
Additional Information:
This is a 48 month contract position.

Our Distribution team aspires to be the leader in client engagement among Canadian Insurers. We strive to provide a seamless and personalized client experience. Our knowledgeable and trusted team is committed to delivering financial services solutions to meet our clients’ unique needs. As an exclusive Financial Advisor of The Co-operators you are an entrepreneurial-minded leader. You are a high achieving business builder who will manage your own insurance agency with the full support of an established company. As an independent contracted Financial Advisor of The Co-operators, you will build strong, visible ties to the community and will cultivate long-term relationships with your clients. Through use of our exclusive technology, tools and processes, you will help Canadians assess, define and implement solutions to meet their financial security needs.
 
What you’re responsible for:
Prospecting new clients to openly discuss risk management and financial goals and conducting reviews with clients to empower them to make informed decisions.
 
Cultivating strong community relationships to enhance agency visibility and maximize new business opportunities to contribute to sales and growth goals.
 
Developing and executing business, operational and marketing plans and supporting sustainability strategies to help Canadian communities become more resilient.

Recruiting and selecting talent, coaching and mentoring employees, and managing your team’s performance to facilitate their development and achieve agency goals.

Ensuring maintenance of required licences, compliance of ethical behaviour and conformity with corporate policies, industry standards and legal regulations.

What to expect:
You will be away from the office on a regular basis meeting with clients and/or members of the community in their environment.

You are required have your own vehicle, valid driver’s license and insurance.

You may provide support to clients who are experiencing a personal or financial loss. A high degree of confidentiality and discretion is required.

You will be subject to a Criminal Record and Consumer History background check as a condition of employment, in the event you are the successful candidate.

To be successful:
You remain focused and optimistic in the pursuit of a goal, despite barriers, until the objective is achieved and allocate time and resources to effectively manage the sales portfolio.

You successfully build plans focused on expanding market penetration and apply an innovative mindset to improve operational efficiencies, with a client-centric lens.

You have strong communication skills to influence or persuade others to adopt a specific course of action and can effectively facilitate mutually beneficial solutions.

You facilitate the adoption of change and create a high-performance culture through alignment of your team’s work with organizational goals.

You use critical thinking to guide decision making and apply a strategic mindset to adjust business plans based on shifting priorities.

To join our team:
You have 3-5 years of management experience in the insurance industry or related business experience.

You have post-secondary education in a related field.

You hold a Life licence and a General Insurance licence, with a Mutual Funds licence as an asset.

You have completed or working toward one of the following professional designations: CFP, CLU, CHFC or accredited Financial Planning Designation.