WSP – Project Manager (Calgary, AB)

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Overview of

the Opportunity

WSP is seeking a project

manager to join our Power group, located at our Calgary office. Reporting to

the Project Management Lead, this position will be responsible for managing

projects in solar, wind, hydro, energy storage, and other renewable energy

technologies.

Why WSP?

A Canadian

success story – a company that grew from humble roots in Quebec to a global,

multinational powerhouse with over 48,000 employees worldwide;

Enhance the

world around you – from the environment to the highways, to the buildings and

the terrain, WSP is the fabric of Canada;

Outstanding

career opportunities – we’re growing and pushing ourselves every day to be

greater than we were yesterday, for our employees, future employees, and our

fellow Canadians, we’re open to your ideas and trying new things;

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Canadian Wind Energy Blog

CanWEA is the voice of Canada's wind energy industry, actively promoting the responsible and sustainable growth of wind energy on behalf of its more than 450 members. A national non-profit association, CanWEA serves as Canada's leading source of credible information about wind energy and its social, economic and environmental benefits. Established in 1984, CanWEA represents the wind energy community — organizations and individuals who are directly involved in the development and application of wind energy technology, products and services.

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