City of North Vancouver is looking for a Director for Lonsdale Energy Corporation, an energy utility owned by CNV.
Lonsdale Energy Corporation (LEC) delivers domestic hot water and heat throughout the City, and reducing community GHG emissions from buildings is a primary objective.
LEC currently operates with a combination of natural gas, solar, geothermal and commercial heat recovery heat sources and has recently partnered with Metro Vancouver for another green heat source, the North Vancouver sewage treatment plant, which is currently under construction.
The director will be a ‘visionary leader’ with an entrepreneurial spirit, and will oversee all aspects of LEC’s operation.
“Reporting to an LEC Board, you will be responsible for the Vision, Business Plan, Operating Budget and Capital Budget of the utility. Business development and innovation will be important considerations to ensure that LEC achieves its long term vision while sustaining its economic health,” according to the job posting.
The director will oversee a team of six people responsible for the planning, design, construction, operation, maintenance and administration of LEC’s infrastructure.
The ability to work cooperatively with various municipal departments, the development industry, professionals and outside agencies is essential.
A degree in a related field or equivalent combination of education and related experience along with a minimum of 10 years’ demonstrated success leading effective teams and developing, implementing and managing infrastructure or industrial projects and programs preferably in the renewable energy sector is a requirement.
The last date to apply is January 9, 2020.