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JOB OPENINGS

Position: Director, Communications
Department: Legal & Corporate Affairs
Job Type: Full Time
Employment Type: Permanent
Location: Toronto

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Position Summary:

The Director, Communications leads, develops, and executes proactive and reactive communicationstrategies and initiatives to assist Northland in delivering an effective message to the targeted audience both internally and externally to the company. The role is accountable for Internal Communications, External Communications and Marketing and Brand Management to enhance Northland’s reputation with key stakeholders and supporting the execution of corporate business strategy. The Director, Communications reports directly to the Vice President & General Counsel, but will be required to interface closely with all department and project team members.

Key Accountabilities:
Internal Communications
  • Develop and maintain programs that communicate NPI’s business strategy, progress, priorities and change initiatives to all staff throughout the organisation (corporate head office, project offices, facilities) to generate awareness and engagement;
  • Manage and write internal corporate communication materials including: newsletters; annual reports; announcements; executive notes etc.;
  • Review and revise communication in support of dissemination of information by internal clients to other internal stakeholders such as IT, Operations, Human Resources;
  • Work with multidisciplinary teams to plan and implement programs and initiatives such as Investor Day, Breakfast with the CEO, Townhalls, etc.;
  • Supervise the communication tools such as the weekly newsletters, monthly reports, presentations, Northland videos and online content;
  • Support and contribute to the content required for internal employee leader communications, speeches, presentations, and town halls.;
External Communications
  • Develop and implement a company-wide communications strategy to complement and enhance the effectiveness of the corporate business strategy;
  • For each jurisdiction, coordinate with Managing Directors and their teams on the creation and management of region specific communications programs;
  • Media Relations – manage and lead media relations on behalf of Northland Power;
  • Serve as principal media liaison and prepare key messages;
  • Assist Investor Relations with, quarterly reports, conference calls and presentations;
  • Assist Government Relations by providing proactive, strategic, government and communityrelations support for projects in development, construction, and operations;
Marketing and Brand Management
  • Develop and maintain Northland’s social media presence and strategy;
  • Lead Northland’s corporate social responsibility initiatives including executive and internal presentations, sustainability reporting and stakeholder relations.
  • Develop communication strategy that aligns with NPI’s strategic vision, objectives and priorities;
  • Provide strategic and proactive communications counsel to senior management on issues of reputational opportunity or risk;
  • Identify potential sensitive issues and provide strategic communications advice in accordance with NPI priorities;
  • Support Project teams at head office and the regions in the development, execution, and continuous improvement of project communication and stakeholder engagement plans;
  • Support Northland investment projects in communications, community sponsorship initiatives and in corporate donations
  • Manage the communications budget;
  • Ensure a clear, consistent message across all media platforms;
  • Track and measure the effectiveness of all communication initiatives.
  • Lead and manage the production of creative brand advertising, including corporate sponsorships and advertisements.
Education & Experience:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in communications, Media or English preferred;
  • PR Certification/Designation considered an asset;
  • Experience in a publicly traded company an asset;
  • Relevant experience as a communications leader with exposure to multinational organizations;
  • Ability to liaise/manage communications programs in international locations;
  • Proven experience coaching to senior executives on media engagement and interview tactics;
  • Superior presentation and communication skills, both verbal and written;
  • Dexterity to manage multiple, rapidly shifting priorities;
  • Ability to maintain a strategic focus but be tactical and hands-on at the same time;
  • Experience developing and implementing strategic corporate communications plans coordinated across multiple internal and external audiences;
  • Seasoned media spokesperson and public representative;
  • Established in media presence with contacts across the industry.

Applicants are asked to send both cover letter and resume to careers@northlandpower.com.

Disclaimer

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the jobs as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

Northland Power is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to creating a fair, inclusive and accessible environment. As part of our commitment we work to ensure our application process is accessible to all candidates. If you require special assistance or accommodation during the hiring process, please notify a member of the HR Department.

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Position: Corporate Analyst
Department: Accounting
Job Type: Full Time
Employment Type: Permanent
Start Date: Immediate
Location: Toronto
Closing Date: February 14th, 2019

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Position Summary:

Our accounting group, a certified CPA Pre-Approved Program Route (“PPR”) office, is looking for a business-minded, self-driven CPA candidate with excellent organizational and communication skills to join the team. We offer favourable compensation and benefits with excellent opportunities to develop your career.

The accounting group oversees internal and external financial reporting and plays an instrumental role in providing stakeholders such as senior management, operations teams, lenders and shareholders with accurate and timely information on the company’s financial and operational results on a monthly basis, as well as annual audited financial statements.

As mandated by the CPA Competency map, you will broaden your technical and business knowledge under Northland’s pre-approved program, which will provide exposure not only to external financial statements and management reporting, but technical accounting, hedging, risk management, budgeting, long-term planning, and strategy, amongst other opportunities over the course of the required 30-month practical experience.

You will play a key role to support the accounting, financial analysis and preparation of the Company’s quarterly Management’s Discussion and Analysis and Financial Statements along with other responsibilities. This position will report to the Manager of Financial Reporting and will work closely with senior management on financial reporting and other accounting matters. You will enhance your skills in problem-solving, decision-making, self-improvement and teamwork, amongst others.

By the end of the 30-month Program, you will be responsible for:

External Reporting (Financial Reporting competency)

  • Prepare sections and supporting work papers for Northland’s consolidated Management’s Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) and Financial Statements on a quarterly and annual basis
  • Conduct research on new and amended IFRS accounting policies and assess the impact to the financial statements and MD&A
  • Support the analysis of accounting treatment for new IFRS standards and/or complex transactions (e.g. acquisitions, disposals, new contracts)
  • Liaise with external auditors for quarterly reviews and annual audits
  • Importantly, apply your judgment to proactively contribute to process improvements

Energy Trading & Marketing (Financial Reporting and Management Accounting competency)

  • Support the Finance Manager for Energy Marketing in performing accounting functions, such as trade confirmations and trade settlements, as well as reporting on the performance of the Energy Marketing group

Internal Audit (Audit and Assurance competency)

  • Assist in the evaluation and documentation of business processes, risks and control activities
  • Evaluate accounting, financial, and other operating controls, and promoting effective internal controls over financial reporting and disclosures

Special Projects:

  • Once settled into the role, maintain a ‘continuous improvement’ mindset by challenging the status quo with the goal of improving current business processes and workflows
  • Your goal is to continually optimize your work, reduce effort required to create capacity in order to continue add value to the team in new ways.

Education & Experience:

  • PPR Program Requirements:
    • Completed a business undergrad degree with a high GPA
    • Currently actively pursuing CPA designation
    • Preference to candidates who have written the Common Final Exam (CFE)
  • Well-rounded individual and a motivated self-starter;
  • Enthusiastic and positive attitude, able to take challenges in stride, and take the initiative to learn and try new things;
  • Able to clearly articulate, write well, and get along with others;
  • Analytical and inquisitive and not shy to ask questions;
  • Organized, great at managing your time and prioritizing responsibilities;
  • Advanced knowledge of MS-Excel (macros, VBA);
  • Strong general computer competency.

To apply for this position, please forward your resume and transcript (unofficial) to careers@Northlandpower.com. Please reference the “Corporate Analyst” title in your email. When submitting your application, please include both a cover letter and resume.

Disclaimer

This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the jobs as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

Northland Power is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to creating a fair, inclusive and accessible environment. As part of our commitment we work to ensure our application process is accessible to all candidates. If you require special assistance or accommodation during the hiring process, please notify a member of the HR Department.

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Location: Hamburg
Employment Type: Permanent
Position: Junior Project Assistant
Job Type: Full time
Department: Management

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Northland Power Europe (NPE) GmbH, a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position Junior Project Assistant (m/f) for the offshore windfarm project “Deutsche Bucht”. The project office is in Hamburg.

Deutsche Bucht is a 252 MW offshore wind farm located in the German North Sea. Deutsche Bucht is expected to reach project completion by the end of 2019.

NPE GmbH is a newly founded 100% subsidiary of Northland Power Inc (“Northland” or NPI) and acts as a European head office for NPI and provides services mainly to NPI’s European offshore projects.

NPI is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America.

Our facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. The Company defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

Position Summary:

The Junior Project Assistant reports to our Senior Assistant and will have a close collaboration with her. The Junior Project Assistant is responsible for supporting the clerical duties and overall office administration. Responsibilities include:

  • Provide administrative support to staff including Project Manager, Site Manager, and Site Representatives;
  • Receiving and screening visitors and telephone calls, providing information regarding project functions;
  • Designing, organizing and maintaining forms, records, reports, files, and logs to support technical work processes;
  • Coordinate meetings, draft and type meeting agenda, minutes, reports, and participate in team meetings;
  • Organizing of business travels for the team;
  • File and handle invoices, Purchase Orders, packing slips and other documents as required;
  • Perform purchasing duties for equipment, materials, supplies, and services;
  • File and scan various project documents;
  • Administrative support for daily reports, weekly reports, monthly reports, and environmental reports;
  • Inspect, match, and forward invoices to accounts payable after appropriate approvals;
  • Work closely with the project team members and effectively bridge communications with internal and external stakeholders;
  • Draft, format and generate a variety of correspondence;
  • Support in organizing team or other events
  • Other administrative work as required.

Education & Experience:

  • Minimum of 2 years relevant experience in the administrative role;
  • Fluent in English and German;
  • Articulate with strong verbal communication skills in English;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office;
  • Demonstrated excellent organizational and planning skills and ability to handle multiple priorities at once;
  • Strong minute/note taking, transcribing and writing skills;
  • Utmost integrity with confidential material.

The qualification and further education of our employees is an essential part of our corporate philosophy. In addition to other attractive conditions, we are happy to support our employees in their personal development.

If you believe the role is perfect for you, but you do not fit the profile 100%, we are very much looking forward to your application.

For more information please contact:

Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Hamburg
Germany

Email: andrea.glueckstadt@Northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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Standort: Norddeich
Position: Kontrollraumtechniker (m/f)
Abteilung: Service & Maintenance
Rahmenbedingung: Vollzeit und unbefristet

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Die Northland Power Europe GmbH, ein Tochterunternehmen der Northland Power Inc., Kanada, sucht derzeit eine/n motivierte/n Mitarbeiter/in, der/die die Position des Kontrollraumtechnikers (m/w) übernehmen möchte.

Die NPE GmbH ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft von Northland Power Inc. ("Northland" oder NPI) und fungiert als europäische Hauptniederlassung für NPI und erbringt Dienstleistungen für NPI-Auslandsprojekte.

NPI ist ein unabhängiger internationaler Energieproduzent, der sich der Entwicklung, dem Bau, dem Besitz und dem Betrieb von sauberen und umweltfreundlichen Energieprojekten in Nordamerika, Europa, Taiwan und Lateinamerika widmet.

Unsere Anlagen produzieren Strom aus sauber verbrennendem Erdgas und erneuerbaren Ressourcen wie Wind, Sonne und Biomasse. Nachhaltigkeit und das Streben nach "intelligenter Energie" sind die Treiber von Northland. Das Unternehmen definiert "intelligente Energie" als die Fähigkeit, gegenwärtige Bedürfnisse zu erfüllen, ohne das zukünftige Potenzial zu kompromittieren. Northland hat sich verpflichtet, die Unternehmenskultur der Gesundheit und Sicherheit, des Engagements der Gemeinschaft und des Umweltschutzes beizubehalten.

Dies sind Ihre Aufgaben:
  • Fernüberwachung und die Koordinierung von Vorgängen in Offshore Windparks
  • Elektrische Betriebsführung inkl. der Planung und Durchführung von Schalthandlungen
  • Erfassung und Auswertung von Anlagenbetriebsdaten
  • Klärung von Fehlermeldungen und Anlagenstörungen (1st Level Support), sowie Einleitung notwendiger Maßnahmen zur Fehlerbehebung und Entstörung
  • Unterstützung des Instandhaltungsmanagements
  • Ansprechpartner für eigenes Personal und Fremdfirmen im Windpark, für den Netzbetreiber, sowie für zuständige Behörden
Folgende Qualifikationen bringen Sie mit:
  • Abgeschlossene Ausbildung im elektrotechnischen Bereich
  • Weiterbildung als Techniker oder Meister wünschenswert
  • Berufserfahrung in der Betriebsführung elektrischer Anlagen und der Netzführung erforderlich
  • Vorhandene Schaltberechtigung für Hoch- und Mittelspannung wünschenswert
  • Hohes Verantwortungsbewusstsein und Teamfähigkeit
  • Eignung, ausdauernd hochkonzentriert zu arbeiten und Stresssituation zu bewältigen
  • Bereitschaft für Schichtarbeit, auch am Wochenende
  • Gute Englischkenntnisse

Die Qualifizierung und Weiterbildung unserer Mitarbeiter ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil unserer Unternehmensphilosophie. Daher unterstützen wir – neben weiteren Attraktiven Konditionen – unsere Mitarbeiter gern in ihrer persönlichen Weiterentwicklung.

Wenn die Aufgaben Ihr Interesse geweckt haben, freuen wir uns auf Ihre Bewerbung.

Ihre Bewerbung senden Sie bitte an:

Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Hamburg
Germany

Email: andrea.glueckstadt@northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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Standort: Norddeich
Position: Offshoretechniker (m/w)
Abteilung: O&M Management
Rahmenbedingung: Vollzeit und unbefristet

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Die Northland Power Europe GmbH, ein Tochterunternehmen der Northland Power Inc., Kanada, sucht derzeit eine/n motivierte/n Mitarbeiter/in, der/die die Position des Offshoretechnikers (m/w) übernehmen möchte.

Die NPE GmbH ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft von Northland Power Inc. ("Northland" oder NPI) und fungiert als europäische Hauptniederlassung für NPI und erbringt Dienstleistungen für NPI-Auslandsprojekte.

NPI ist ein unabhängiger internationaler Energieproduzent, der sich der Entwicklung, dem Bau, dem Besitz und dem Betrieb von sauberen und umweltfreundlichen Energieprojekten in Nordamerika, Europa, Taiwan und Lateinamerika widmet.

Unsere Anlagen produzieren Strom aus sauber verbrennendem Erdgas und erneuerbaren Ressourcen wie Wind, Sonne und Biomasse. Nachhaltigkeit und das Streben nach "intelligenter Energie" sind die Treiber von Northland. Das Unternehmen definiert "intelligente Energie" als die Fähigkeit, gegenwärtige Bedürfnisse zu erfüllen, ohne das zukünftige Potenzial zu kompromittieren. Northland hat sich verpflichtet, die Unternehmenskultur der Gesundheit und Sicherheit, des Engagements der Gemeinschaft und des Umweltschutzes beizubehalten.

Kurze Beschreibung der Position:

Als Offshoretechniker (m/w) sind Sie im Team für den reibungslosen Betrieb der Offshorewindparks, die Northland in der deutschen See verantwortet, zuständig. Sie berichten an den „Meister Instandhaltung“. Hauptsächlich ist ein Einsatz in dem Windpark “Deutsche Bucht“ geplant. Hierfür ist eine Unterbringung auf einem Wartungsschiff in einem branchenüblichen Schichtsystem (14 Tage Offshore/14 Tage frei) vorgesehen. Sofern es mit dem Schichtplan vereinbar ist, unterstützen Sie Einsätze in dem küstennahen Windpark Nordsee One, die in einem alternativen Schichtsystem mit täglichen Ausfahrten durchgeführt werden. Eine Weiterentwicklung zur Übernahme der Rolle und Verantwortlichkeiten eines Site Manager für den Windpark Deutsche Bucht ist vorgesehen.

Dies sind Ihre Aufgaben im Detail:
  • Überwachung der Vertragspartner bei der Ausführung von Instandhaltungsmaßnahmen der Offshore Umspann-Plattform, der Windenergieanlagen-Fundamente und der Seekabel (Balance of Plant – BoP), sowie der Windenergieanlagen
  • Unterstützung bei der Ressourcenplanung, Arbeitsvorbereitung und Dokumentation der Instandhaltungsarbeiten
  • Durchführung von ausgewählten Instandhaltungsmaßnahmen für die Offshore Umspann-Plattform und die Windenergieanlagen-Fundamente
  • Unterstützung bei der Fehlerklärung, sowie der Initiierung, Steuerung und Überwachung des Entstörungsprozesses unter Zuhilfenahme von internen und externen Servicedienstleistern
  • Durchführung von elektrischen Schalthandlungen
  • Unterstützung der kontinuierlichen Weiterentwicklung von Prozessen zur Sicherstellung und Optimierung von Anlagensicherheit und Verfügbarkeit der BoP-Komponenten
  • Technisches Berichtswesen für BoP-Komponenten
Folgende Qualifikationen bringen Sie mit:
  • Abgeschlossene Ausbildung im elektrotechnischen Bereich (oder vergleichbare Qualifikation)
  • Weiterbildung als Techniker oder Meister wünschenswert
  • Erfahrungen im Betrieb und der Instandhaltung von elektrischen Systemen (u.a. Trafo, Wandler, Leistungsschalter, GIS, Trenner, Kurzschluss- und Erdungseinrichtungen, Schutztechnik), sowie Kenntnisse im Bereich von kraftwerkstechnischen Nebensystemen
  • Einschlägige Erfahrungen im Bereich der Instandhaltung von Kraftwerksanlagen, idealerweise im Bereich der Offshore-Windenergie
  • Bereitschaft und Eignung für Offshore-Einsätze
  • Bereitschaft für ein flexiblen Einsatz in mehreren Windparks
  • Sicherer Umgang mit MS Office und bevorzugt Erfahrungen im Umgang mit ERP Systemen
  • Gute Englischkenntnisse
  • Teamfähig und belastbar
  • Problemlösungsorientiert
  • eine selbständige und zuverlässige Arbeitsweise
  • ein freundliches Auftreten und Engagement

Die Qualifizierung und Weiterbildung unserer Mitarbeiter ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil unserer Unternehmensphilosophie. Daher unterstützen wir – neben weiteren Attraktiven Konditionen – unsere Mitarbeiter gern in ihrer persönlichen Weiterentwicklung.

Wenn die Aufgaben Ihr Interesse geweckt haben, freuen wir uns auf Ihre Bewerbung.

Ihre Bewerbung senden Sie bitte an:

Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
Northland Power Europe GmbH
Hamburg
Germany

Email: andrea.glueckstadt@northlandpower.com

Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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Standort: Norddeich
Position: Commercial Site Support/Zollverantwortlicher (m/w)
Abteilung: O&M Management
Rahmenbedingung: Vollzeit und unbefristet

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Die Northland Power Europe GmbH, ein Tochterunternehmen der Northland Power Inc., Kanada, sucht derzeit eine/n motivierte/n Mitarbeiter/in, der/die die Position des Commercial Site Support /Zollverantwortlichen (m/w) übernehmen möchte.

Die NPE GmbH ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft von Northland Power Inc. ("Northland" oder NPI) und fungiert als europäische Hauptniederlassung für NPI und erbringt Dienstleistungen für NPI-Auslandsprojekte.

NPI ist ein unabhängiger internationaler Energieproduzent, der sich der Entwicklung, dem Bau, dem Besitz und dem Betrieb von sauberen und umweltfreundlichen Energieprojekten in Nordamerika, Europa, Taiwan und Lateinamerika widmet.

Unsere Anlagen produzieren Strom aus sauber verbrennendem Erdgas und erneuerbaren Ressourcen wie Wind, Sonne und Biomasse. Nachhaltigkeit und das Streben nach "intelligenter Energie" sind die Treiber von Northland. Das Unternehmen definiert "intelligente Energie" als die Fähigkeit, gegenwärtige Bedürfnisse zu erfüllen, ohne das zukünftige Potenzial zu kompromittieren. Northland hat sich verpflichtet, die Unternehmenskultur der Gesundheit und Sicherheit, des Engagements der Gemeinschaft und des Umweltschutzes beizubehalten.

Kurze Beschreibung der Position:

Als Commercial Site Support/Zollverantwortlicher (m/w) sind Sie der erste Ansprechpartner, wenn es um Zollfragen und Einkaufstätigkeiten geht. Sie berichten an den „Site Manager Operations“ und unterstützen ihn und sein Team bei administrativen Aufgaben.

Dies sind Ihre Aufgaben im Detail:
  • Sicherstellung einer professionellen und strukturierten operativen Zollabwicklung
  • Eigenverantwortliche Betreuung aller zollrelevanten Themen (Klassifizierung von Gütern, Exportkontrolle)
  • Hauptansprechpartner der Zollbehörden (Beantragung und Verwaltung von Bewilligungen, Betreuung bei Zollprüfungen)
  • Ansprechpartner zur Beratung von Anfragen interner und externer Schnittstellen zu fachspezifischen Zollthemen
  • Durchführung von Einkaufs- und Rechnungsprüfungstätigkeiten in Norddeich
  • Verantwortung eines adäquaten kaufmännischen Lagermanagements vor Ort
  • Kommerzielle Unterstützung des Operation & Maintenance Teams in Norddeich sowie des Finanzbereichs in Hamburg durch die Ausführung der genannten kaufmännischen und administrativen Aufgaben
Folgende Qualifikationen bringen Sie mit:
  • Abgeschlossene kaufmännische Ausbildung mit mindestens 5 Jahren Berufserfahrung
  • Mindestens 3 jährige praktische Erfahrung im Bereich Zoll
  • Tiefgehendes Fachwissen im nationalen und internationalen Zollrecht
  • Erfahrungen im Bereich des kaufmännischen Lagermanagements
  • Sehr gute Kenntnisse der MS-Office-Programme, gerne Erfahrung mit einem ERP-Systems
  • Strukturierte und eigenverantwortliche Arbeitsweise
  • Hohes Verantwortungsbewusstsein und Durchsetzungsfähigkeit
  • Einsatzbereitschaft und Flexibilität
  • Problemlösungsorientierung
  • Gute Englischkenntnisse
  • Die Qualifizierung und Weiterbildung unserer Mitarbeiter ist ein wesentlicher Bestandteil unserer Unternehmensphilosophie. Daher unterstützen wir – neben weiteren Attraktiven Konditionen – unsere Mitarbeiter gern in ihrer persönlichen Weiterentwicklung.

    Wenn die Aufgaben Ihr Interesse geweckt haben, freuen wir uns auf Ihre Bewerbung.

    Ihre Bewerbung senden Sie bitte an:

    Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
    Northland Power Europe GmbH
    Hamburg
    Germany

    Email: andrea.glueckstadt@northlandpower.com

    Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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    Location: Hamburg and Oststeinbek
    Position: Quality Manager (m/f)
    Job Type: Full Time
    Department: Asset Management
    Employment Type: Permanent
    Work Hours: 40
    People Manager: No
    Work Environment: Office
    Employer: Northland Power Europe GmbH

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    Northland Power Europe GmbH, a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position Quality Manager (m/f) to support our Asset Management activities at Northland Power Europe GmbH.

    NPE GmbH is a newly founded 100% subsidiary of Northland Power Inc (“Northland” or NPI) and acts as a European head office for NPI and provides services mainly to NPI’s European offshore projects.

    NPI is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America.

    Our facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. The Company defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

    Position Summary:

    The Quality Manager supports the organisation by providing the formal framework to set up and improve processes for NPI´s European offshore windfarms. S/he particularly helps procurement, contract management and asset management to define processes. As part of the Asset Management team, the function drives continuous improvement for the assets in operation.

    This position reports to the Senior Commercial Asset Manager.

    General Activities:
    • In the long-term, develop, implement and manage a Quality Management System for NPE,
    • Perform internal and external quality audits
    • Contribute to the continuous improvement of NPE and managed assets
    • Provide input to the operations risk register
    • Support the Contract and Procurement Manager with tender processes (e.g. process description, auditing of bidder)
    • Support supplier evaluation and carry out supplier audits
    • Promote a quality culture within NPE
    Education & Experience:
    • Minimum of 2 years of work experience in quality or process management
    • Professional Designation: Bachelor or Master of Engineering, Bachelor or Master of Science, Bachelor or Master of Arts
    • Qualifications and working experience of ISO 9000 or ISO 55000
    • Fluent in English and German (company language is English, mastering written English is a must)
    • Process thinking
    • High quality and safety awareness
    • Good communications skills
    • Extensive knowledge of common office software, ability to quickly learn and use specialized software applications
    • Problem solving skills
    • Commercial awareness
    • Ability to motivate others
    • Team working skills

    The qualification and further education of our employees is an essential part of our corporate philosophy. In addition to other attractive conditions, we are happy to support our employees in their personal development

    If you believe the role is perfect for you, but you do not fit the profile 100%, we are very much looking forward to your application.

    For more information please contact:

    Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
    Northland Power Europe GmbH
    Hamburg
    Germany

    Email: andrea.glueckstadt@northlandpower.com

    Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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    Standort: Oststeinbek
    Position: IT Engineer (m/f)
    Abteilung: IT & OT Managament
    Rahmenbedingung: Vollzeit und unbefristet

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    Die Northland Power Europe GmbH, ein Tochterunternehmen der Northland Power Inc., Kanada, sucht derzeit motivierte Mitarbeiter, die die Position des Information Technology Engineers (m/w) bei der Northland Power Europe GmbH übernehmen möchten.

    Die NPE GmbH ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft von Northland Power Inc. ("Northland" oder NPI) und fungiert als europäische Hauptniederlassung für NPI und erbringt Dienstleistungen für NPI-Auslandsprojekte.

    NPI ist ein unabhängiger internationaler Energieproduzent, der sich der Entwicklung, dem Bau, dem Besitz und dem Betrieb von sauberen und umweltfreundlichen Energieprojekten in Nordamerika, Europa, Taiwan und Lateinamerika widmet.

    Unsere Anlagen produzieren Strom aus sauber verbrennendem Erdgas und erneuerbaren Ressourcen wie Wind, Sonne und Biomasse. Nachhaltigkeit und das Streben nach "intelligenter Energie" sind die Treiber von Northland. Das Unternehmen definiert "intelligente Energie" als die Fähigkeit, gegenwärtige Bedürfnisse zu erfüllen, ohne das zukünftige Potenzial zu kompromittieren. Northland hat sich verpflichtet, die Unternehmenskultur der Gesundheit und Sicherheit, des Engagements der Gemeinschaft und des Umweltschutzes beizubehalten.

    Dies sind Ihre Aufgaben:
    • User Support
    • Überwachung und Sicherstellung des laufenden Betriebs der virtualisierten Microsoft Hyper-V basierten IT Infrastruktur des Unternehmens
    • Wartung und eigenständige System Analyse und Beseitigung von Störungen
    • Dokumentation und Changelog des Systems
    • Dokumentation und Nachverfolgung von Störungen und deren Beseitigung (lessons learned)
    • Eigenständige Bearbeitung von Projekten
    • Betreuung von branchenspezifischen Hard- und Softwarelösungen
    • Unterstützung des SCADA/OT Bereichs
    Folgende Qualifikationen bringen Sie mit:
    • Sicherer Umgang mit Microsoft Server inklusive Active Directory und IPv4
    • Kenntnisse im OSPF Routing und im Umgang von Geräten der Hersteller HPE, Cisco und Watchguard vorteilhaft
    • Logisches Systemverständnis im Zusammenwirken von unterschiedlichen Systemen
    • Bereitschaft für ggf. notwendig werdende Offshore Einsatze und Rufbereitschaft
    • Gute Englischkenntnisse
    • eine selbständige und zuverlässige Arbeitsweise
    • ein freundliches Auftreten und Engagement

    Wenn Sie glauben, dass die Rolle perfekt für Sie ist, aber Sie nicht 100% in das Profil passen, freuen wir uns immer noch auf Ihre Bewerbung.

    Ihre Bewerbung senden Sie bitte an:

    Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
    Northland Power Europe GmbH
    Hamburg
    Germany

    Email: andrea.glueckstadt@northlandpower.com

    Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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    Standort: Oststeinbek
    Position: SCADA / OT Engineer (m/f)
    Abteilung: IT & OT Managament
    Rahmenbedingung: Vollzeit und unbefristet

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    Die Northland Power Europe GmbH, ein Tochterunternehmen der Northland Power Inc., Kanada, sucht derzeit motivierte Mitarbeiter, die die Position des SCADA /Operations Technology Engineers (m/w) bei der Northland Power Europe GmbH übernehmen möchten.

    Die NPE GmbH ist eine hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft von Northland Power Inc. ("Northland" oder NPI) und fungiert als europäische Hauptniederlassung für NPI und erbringt Dienstleistungen für NPI-Auslandsprojekte.

    
NPI ist ein unabhängiger internationaler Energieproduzent, der sich der Entwicklung, dem Bau, dem Besitz und dem Betrieb von sauberen und umweltfreundlichen Energieprojekten in Nordamerika, Europa, Taiwan und Lateinamerika widmet.

    Unsere Anlagen produzieren Strom aus sauber verbrennendem Erdgas und erneuerbaren Ressourcen wie Wind, Sonne und Biomasse. Nachhaltigkeit und das Streben nach "intelligenter Energie" sind die Treiber von Northland. Das Unternehmen definiert "intelligente Energie" als die Fähigkeit, gegenwärtige Bedürfnisse zu erfüllen, ohne das zukünftige Potenzial zu kompromittieren. Northland hat sich verpflichtet, die Unternehmenskultur der Gesundheit und Sicherheit, des Engagements der Gemeinschaft und des Umweltschutzes beizubehalten.

    Dies sind Ihre Aufgaben:
    • Überwachung der IP basierten SCADA/OT Infrastruktur der Offshore Windparks
    • Eigenständige Analyse und Beseitigung von Störungen
    • Dokumentation und Changelog der Infrastruktur
    • Remote Unterstützung von Monteuren vor Ort
    • Dokumentation und Nachverfolgung von Störungen und deren Beseitigung (lessons learned)
    • Eigenständige Bearbeitung von Projekten
    • Betreuung von branchenspezifischen Hard- und Softwarelösungen
    • Unterstützung des IT Bereichs
    Folgende Qualifikationen bringen Sie mit:
    • IPv4 Wissen insbesondere von Routing und Switching
    • Kenntnisse im Umgang von Geräten der Hersteller HPE, Cisco und Watchguard vorteilhaft
    • Sicherer Umgang mit den gängigen IP Analysetools      
    • Erfahrung im Umgang und in der Fehlersuche von IP basierten Systemen
    • Logisches Systemverständnis im Zusammenwirken von unterschiedlichen Systemen
    • Bereitschaft für ggf. notwendig werdende Offshore Einsatze und Rufbereitschaft
    • Gute Englischkenntnisse
    • eine selbständige und zuverlässige Arbeitsweise
    • ein freundliches Auftreten und Engagement

    Wenn Sie glauben, dass die Rolle perfekt für Sie ist, aber Sie nicht 100% in das Profil passen, freuen wir uns immer noch auf Ihre Bewerbung.

    Ihre Bewerbung senden Sie bitte an:

    Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
    Northland Power Europe GmbH
    Hamburg
    Germany

    Email: andrea.glueckstadt@northlandpower.com

    Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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    Location: Hamburg/Oststeinbek
    Position: IT/OT Business Partner (m/f)
    Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
    Department: IT & OT Management

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    Northland Power Europe GmbH, a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a highly motivated and professional individual to fill the position as IT/OT Business Partner to support our IT/OT activities at Northland Power Europe GmbH.

    NPE GmbH is a 100% subsidiary of Northland Power Inc (“Northland” or NPI) and acts as a European head office for NPI and provides services to NPI’s overseas projects.

    NPI is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America.

    Our facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. The Company defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

    Position Summary:

    The IT/OT Business Partner acts as a Supporting Role (Right Hand) for the IT/OT Manager with specific deliverables and accountabilities and is part of the IT/OT Global/Regional Management Team.

    Key Accountabilities:
    • Gather business requirements and develop business cases for new projects and initiatives
    • Develop and implement a project portfolio management along with a resource plan
    • Responsible for socializing IT/OT Solutions with the Business
    • Responsible for gathering Business Requirements based on new project activity and change requests
    • Responsible to manage the IT/OT resource plan
    • Responsible for managing pipeline (service requests, change requests, projects) while adhering to change management protocol
    • Ensure necessary communications to the business and management teams
    • Responsible for assigning tasks and assisting in managing team’s workload
    • Work with IT/OT in ensuring SLAs are met and necessary compliances with Northland Entities and Vendors
    • Work closely with IT/OT Manager to ensure appropriate resources are assigned for operational support and solution/project delivery
    • Gathers are technical/training documentation necessary in support of the business and IT/OT
    • Ensures compliance and adherence of Northland policies and procedures
    • Maintain vendor relationships based on scope of responsibilities
    • Responsible for delivering/communicating the IT/OT budget in conjunction with IT/OT Manager
    • Ensures strong team dynamics with focus on Customer Service
    Education & Experience:
    • IT Technical Background – 10 years of Leadership/Management experience – 10 years of IT Experience
    • Strong communicator/ability to present to upper management
    • Strong emphasis on customer service/relationship management
    • Strong Project Management and organizational skills
    • Experience in our industry would be an asset
    • Ability to support/coach IT/OT Team members based on demands
    • Ability to systematically analyse complex problems, draw relevant conclusions and implement appropriate solutions
    • Strong organizational and planning skills
    • Strong verbal and written skills and ability to convey complex information in a way that others can readily follow
    • Advanced Proficiency in MS Office
    • Good knowledge in English and German

    If you believe the role is perfect for you, but you do not fit the profile 100%, we are very much looking forward to your application.

    For more information please contact:

    Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
    Northland Power Europe GmbH
    Hamburg
    Germany

    Email: andrea.glueckstadt@Northlandpower.com

    Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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    Location: Thorold, Ontario
    Position: Plant Engineer
    Job Type: Full Time
    Work Hours: Salary Position - Days
    Employment Type: Permanent
    Work Environment: Facility
    Closing Date: February 7th, 2019

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    Position Summary:

    The Plant Engineer reports to the Plant Manager and coordinates with all plant personnel to resolve problems and provide technical support. The Plant Engineer will implement innovative engineering solutions for operations and maintenance issues; support capital project design, planning, and execution; and optimize maintenance practices to ensure safe, reliable operations and lowest total life cycle costs in accordance with industry accepted engineering practices, governing regulations, and facility or company procedures. Assignments will involve external contact with engineering firms, sales and service personnel, and vendors to discuss new implementation or modifications to existing equipment.

    Key Accountabilities:
    • Administers and monitors the plant performance monitoring system. Prepares reports and generates trends and data as required;
    • Analyzes equipment failures, incidents, accidents, and unusual events, and provides analyses, root cause analysis, recommendations, recommended recovery plans, reports, and appropriate follow up of cost effective solutions to prevent reoccurrences;
    • Leads and coordinates projects aimed at improving the efficiency, reliability, and safety of facility operations;
    • Participates in the administrative maintenance of plant operating manuals, technical references, prints, diagrams, and preventive/predictive maintenance records and ensures that vendor maintenance reports and repair records are properly filed and kept up-to-date;
    • Participates in Environmental Health & Safety aspects of the overall plant by establishing and maintaining a high level of professional, personnel, and equipment safety and environmental consciousness and compliance of standards and practices;
    • Contributes to the culture of continuous improvement and suggest better ways of doing things to improve controls, drive efficiencies and add value. Will implement a Management of Change “MOC” process for the site and maintain the associated ongoing administration of the MOC program;
    • Assists in developing the annual budget and in identifying and implementing plant and/or profitability improvement projects. Provides technical support in bid preparation specifications, evaluation of bid proposals, and monitoring contractor work to assure contract compliance. Manages capital improvement projects to ensure budgetary guidelines and contractual guarantees are met;
    • Able to respond quickly to plant conditions or requirements which may involve extended and/or abnormal work hours;
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Plant Manager. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the jobs as described herein are not exclusive and are subject to change.
    Qualifications:
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills;
    • Must possess a high level of attention to detail;
    • Demonstrated commitment to personal safety and safety of others;
    • Innovative, self-motivated, professional, and able to work and contribute in a fast-paced, multi- discipline team environment;
    • Ability to work independently to organize, plan, coordinate, and manage multiple projects simultaneously including providing daily field support;
    • Ability to embrace and lead change;
    • Demonstrated familiarity with project management principles and practices;
    • Demonstrated proficiency in the use of PC-based computer systems and software applications with an emphasis on Microsoft Project, Excel, Access and AutoCAD;
    • Willingness to quickly acquire a working knowledge of NERC, NPCC, and IESO standards.
    Education & Experience:
    • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or qualified as an EIT in the province of Ontario;
    • Professional Engineer designation recognized by PEO is an asset;
    • Progressive experience in power plant related design and maintenance activities is an asset;
    • Previous hands on experience at a combined cycle power plant is an asset;
    • Knowledge and experience working with SCADA/DCS and historian systems.
    This position requires candidates to:
    • Have and maintain a valid driver's license;
    • Maintain a residence within reasonable commute of the facility;
    • Have the ability to travel globally as may be required;
    • Provide a driver's abstract for review;
    • Successfully complete a pre-employment medical screening, including drug and alcohol testing;
    • Successfully complete a security clearance/criminal record check.

    When submitting your application, please include both a cover letter and resume.

    Disclaimer

    This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the jobs as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

    Northland Power is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to creating a fair, inclusive and accessible environment. As part of our commitment we work to ensure our application process is accessible to all candidates. If you require special assistance or accommodation during the hiring process, please notify a member of the HR Department.

    Interested applicants are asked to submit their cover letter & resume to:

    Human Resources Department
    Northland Power Inc.
    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada

    Email: careers@northlandpower.com

    Please include the name of the position in the subject line.

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    Location: Toronto, Ontario
    Position: Commercial Director
    Department: Operations
    Job Type: Full Time
    Employment Type: Permanent
    Work Environment: Office
    Closing Date: February 7th, 2019

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    Position Summary:

    The Commercial Director is responsible for identifying commercial opportunities for Northland to expand and extend existing business while also originating new business opportunities. He/she will seek relationships with commercial and industrial offtakers of power and other infrastructure projects to identify mutual beneficial projects that can be fed into the regional development pipelines by Northlands’ Development organization. Working closely with the rest of Operations, Government Relations and Legal, the Director will work to extend the contracted life of existing facilities in the Americas, with existing or newly identified offtakers and will work to find alternative revenue streams such as Commercial and Industrial Offtakes for an existing pipeline of Development projects. The role reports directly to the Chief Operations Officer and will interface closely with all facility, energy marketing, development, M&A and New Venture groups.

    Key Accountabilities:
    • Work closely with members of the operations team in originating, structuring and executing on commercial and strategic initiatives across Northland facilities;
    • Prepare materials for decision-makers, such as the Investment Committee and the Board of Directors, as applicable;
    • Identify, screen, and analyze potential leads and/or opportunities for new offtake and/or new markets;
    • Responsible for originating opportunities and managing submissions to RFPs/RFIs according to the business plan, as applicable for existing facilities;
    • Involved in developing budgets and projections for an opportunity’s financial and economic analysis;
    • Identify potential opportunities and establish relations with potential partners;
    • Work with diverse teams of internal & external resources in the evaluation of new strategies & opportunities.

    This position will be located in Toronto, is anticipated to involve significant travel, with a majority of the work focused in North America but a global mandate working with the global development offices.

    Education & Experience:
    • Minimum of 8-10 years of experience with power project offtake agreements
    • Project management skills, with an understanding of planning and scheduling, progress reporting, etc.;
    • Experience with report writing and preparing presentations; Exemplary integrity and teamwork; values the sharing of information and common goals;
    • Sense of urgency, self-motivated, pro-active, and a disciplined doer with high energy and stamina;
    • Results oriented with the ability to prioritize and deliver key initiatives;
    • Strong communication skills with ability to tailor approach depending on audience;
    • Open to a dynamic environment with changing priorities and goals;
    • Ability to work with a wide range of roles and personalities;
    • Willing to travel up to 50% of time;
    • Education: Undergraduate degree in either Engineering or Business preferred; graduate work in Business or Financial areas encouraged.

    When submitting your application, please include both a cover letter and resume.

    Disclaimer

    This document is a guide. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the jobs as described herein are not inclusive and are subject to change.

    Northland Power is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to creating a fair, inclusive and accessible environment. As part of our commitment we work to ensure our application process is accessible to all candidates. If you require special assistance or accommodation during the hiring process, please notify a member of the HR Department.

    Interested applicants are asked to submit their cover letter & resume to:

    Human Resources Department
    Northland Power Inc.
    Toronto, Ontario
    Canada

    Email: careers@northlandpower.com

    Please include the name of the position in the subject line.

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    Location: Hamburg, Germany
    Position: Executive Management Assistant Construction (m/f)
    Department: Construction Management
    Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

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    Northland Power Europe GmbH, a Northland Power Inc. related company, is currently seeking a motivated and professional individual to fill the position of Executive Management Assistant Construction (m/f) to support the Top Management in Construction in Northland Power Europe GmbH.

    NPE GmbH is a 100% subsidiary of Northland Power Inc (“Northland” or NPI) and acts as a European head office for NPI and provides services to NPI’s overseas projects.

    NPI is an independent international power producer dedicated to the development, construction, owning and operation of clean and green power projects in North America, Europe, Taiwan and Latin America.

    Our facilities produce electricity from clean-burning natural gas and renewable resources such as wind, solar and biomass. Sustainability and the drive for ‘intelligent energy’ drives all efforts at Northland Power. The Company defines ‘intelligent energy’ as the ability to meet present needs without compromising future potential. Northland is committed to maintaining our culture of health and safety, community engagement and respect for the environment moving forward.

    Role description:

    The Executive Management Assistant Construction will support the management of the Northland Power Construction area on a global basis. Having office locations in Toronto, Hamburg and Taipei, this position may include working on hours outside the time zone of the place of work. The job will consist of some practical administrative tasks and a large portion of larger scope tasks requiring interaction with the greater Northland Power organization. The role will report to the Executive Vice President Construction but will have to work closely together with the Construction Management team.

    Tasks to be resolved:
    • Prepare travel expenses reports for the management team
    • Plan and book travels
    • Plan meetings and take minutes of meetings. There will be both internal meetings as well as external meetings with partners, contractors and external stakeholders
    • Plan and prepare larger workshops and events for potential partners and other stakeholders
    • Prepare management presentations, including gathering inputs from relevant internal and external stakeholders
    • Manage the department budget processes and other departmental processes to be developed
    • Be an active sparring partner to the management team in terms of constantly managing and improving the department processes
    • Liaise and create a network with other Northland Power assistants
    • Liaise and build rapport with other departments to support business processes (i.e. IT, HR, Finance, Communications, etc.)
    • Take the responsibility for larger business improving and strategic projects within the Construction department

    Some travel activity in the role should be expected and flexibility to work outside normal working hours is required. In the role you will be a key player in the day to day operation of the department and take great responsibility of the continued development of the department. You will be exposed to all parts of the Northland organization and will have to establish a global network. For the right candidate there will be great opportunity for a good career development within the company. The position will be based in Hamburg.

    Qualifications:

    As a preferred candidate you have worked in an international organization before and speak and write English on a business level. German language would be an advantage but is not a requirement. A thorough understanding of business development, as well as financial and strategic insight would be preferred. If you also have a certain level of technical understanding, it is an advantage. You must be a super user in the Microsoft Office package - especially Power Point and Excel. It is an advantage if you are familiar with Sharepoint Online and Workday (or similar financial management system).

    You should be an open-minded person thriving on working in a developing environment where change is the only constant. You should be self-driven and a good networker. You respect deadlines and are not afraid to speak up when needed. You can stand a challenge but are also not afraid of it. Having fun and working hard is part of our everyday life in an open and trusting work environment.

    For more information please contact:

    Andrea Glückstadt, Human Resources
    Northland Power Europe GmbH
    Hamburg
    Germany

    Email: andrea.glueckstadt@northlandpower.com
    Telephone: +49 40 4 66 66 62 79

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    WHAT NORTHLANDERS VALUE
    Since we started in 1987, Northland has focused on sustainability - the ability to build value today, while protecting the future. We work hard to be wise in our investments, safe and efficient in our operations, friendly to our environment and fair in all our dealings.

    Our values stem directly from Northland founder James (Jim) Temerty. Jim’s distinguished career as an entrepreneur and philanthropist reflects a history of successful business initiatives balanced with a keen focus on making a positive impact in support of numerous healthcare, educational and cultural initiatives. Northland started out as a small company built on family values and although today the Northland team is over 300 strong – and growing – our values have not changed.

    OUR VALUES
    • Safety—Ensuring the health and safety of our people, partners and stakeholders is our top priority
    • Honesty & IntegrityDoing the right thing for all of our collective stakeholders
    • RespectFor ourselves, our partners, our host communities – and the environment
    • CommitmentSeeing a project or challenge through to its successful conclusion
    • Having Fun Feeling passion and enthusiasm for our work drives our efforts
    • Pursuit of ExcellenceStriving to be the best in everything that we do
    • CollaborationListening, sharing and working cooperatively is key to our success
    • CreativityFinding innovative solutions that stimulate positive change and growth
    What is it like working at Northland? A retired Northlander shares his experience:

    People often think that there are trade-offs in business. Can a company be focused on improving the environmental prospects of the planet and be profitable? In a competitive “dog eat dog” world, can a company maintain its honesty and integrity while still “winning the business”? Can a company grow and keep its original values and spirit?

    My last seven years at Northland have shown me that when a company is made up of talented people, with strong principles and character, a great organization can achieve great success without making trade-offs. I’ve come to see and admire Northland as a unique and special company that has proven it can:

    • Be focused on environmental sustainability AND be a financial success story.
    • Be started on a foundation of integrity and honesty AND maintain those values as we’ve grown into a multi-billion-dollar enterprise.
    • Be highly intelligent, solution-driven AND be caring about each other as well as the communities where we operate and develop projects.
    • Be super diligent AND take risks (we just manage them very effectively).
    • Be award winning AND remain humble.
    • Be hard working AND still find time for fun.
    • Become a multinational company AND still feel like a family.

    Northland has had an amazing past AND faces a great future because it is an “and” company. For me personally, it has been a privilege to be part of the Northland team.

    John Wright,
    2015
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